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Paul

Gonna drown some minnows tonight. Any one been since storm?

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I am going to head out after work tonight to make sure my boat works ok. I haven'y got my boat wet yet this spring. Anyone been out latley and had any luck since the storms on Sat, Sunday. I may try Little C or head towards the spring hole on the Vergas road.

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Paul

Boy Kinda a dead sea last night. About 7 boats in the bay and no one catching anything but bullheads and sunnys. Did nail one really nice smallie though. 2-3 lbs easy which was a blast on a ultralight rod and 4 lb test.

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Dahitman44

Pauly --

Going to try it tonight -- will leave a report.

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Cicada

Got out this afternoon to try out the new (to me) boat. Caught some crappies and bluegills in six feet of water on a quiver jig and minnow. An old problem came up again today. Last fall my rear driver's side wheel would heat up and it smelled like burning rubber. I thought it was my emergency brake 'cause it seemed ot happen after I had used it. Replaced the brakes and thought it was taken care of. Any clues on what this might be? I have a two wheel drive Ford Ranger.

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Paul

I had this type of problem on my old chevy. The problem was in the e-brake cable adn the brake tensioner(SP). When you go backwards in reverse it actually adjust your brakes on some models of vehicles. WHat you could try and to is acutually temporariy unhook the e-brake cable to that wheel, it is a cable with a little ball at the end that you can pull out of the locking mechanisim. try this and see if this helps. I had to eventually replace the whole cble.It wasn't to spendy because it was on the slave side. From your ebrake lever the line goes back directly to one tire, then in the middle a slave will hook up. Good Luck. Hope this helps you.

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Cicada

Thanks Paul. We got under the truck this morning and the rubber on the e-brake cabel was worn to the metal case. had to lean into it to get the cable to move. Replaced it and hopefully, problem solved. Thanks again.

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Paul

No problem, let me know if that takes care of the problem. Glad I could help.

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