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Matt Johnson

FL-8 for Sale...SOLD

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FL-8slt, 12 volt battery, charger, battery status indicator, pro-pack carry case, pro-pack soft case. Recently tuned and works/looks like new.

Asking Price: $200 obo.

If interested please e-mail me... info at mattjohnsonoutdoors.com

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send me some pics.. shannonboen at yahoo (Contact Us Please) com thanks

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How do you tune up a vexilar?

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Open up the unit and clean the brush's and the screen and maybe a little lube to make it run smoother and not quite as loud.

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Quote:

How do you tune up a vexilar?


Take it right to Vexilar in Bloomington

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Go to the Vex web site. They have a easy to follow instuction guide to clean the brushes and system. It does make a difference.

Also, if you have questions give them a call. It helped me.

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Where on the website does it tell you how to clean the brushes?

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Here ya go...

clean brush how to html at the vex site

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This should get you the information that you need.

Click on Get Help at the top of the page.

FAQ

Scroll down to to FL-8

How can I make my FL-8 brighter (Click here)

Iceseeker

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Is the FL-8 still for sale? I'm confused?

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it still is for sale, shoot matt johnson an e-mail

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the vex is sold

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Matt:

Just curios how old your FL8 was?

I got one and might look at upgrading. I think mine is around 8 years? Just wanted to get a guage for future pricing.

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