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I used regular rivets the first time I replaced them for the same reason. I had no idea what size etc. I needed. I quickly found out that the regular rivets from the hardware store leak......badly. I ended up order closed ended rivets in the same size as the ones I used the first time....sure i end...
Ahhh...you know you're gonna love her a lot. You might have to tear a corner off your Man Card though due to the lack of leverage your "final word" had. :LOL2: Looks like Zorba is doing well again. That's great! Congrats on the addition. If your man card has any edges left you arent really married!
I just had to replace a bout 25 rivets in the bottom of my hull. I used closed ended pop rivets. They work better than the ones you will find at home depot because they wont let water leak through the rivets. I installed mine with some 5200 sealant around each rivet before I popped it....worked gre...
just wondering what carpet to use in my boat. im taking a jon boat and converting it to a bass boat so i want a strong reliable and comfortable carpet. there are so many to choose from just want opinions and what ones are best i like the soft thick carpet for comfort but i want it to last a long ti...
- 20 May 2011, 21:53
- Forum: Fishing Reports
- Topic: Carters Lake - My first Striper trip
- Replies: 9
- Views: 346
Who did you go with on Carters? Nice fish though, if you really want to catch some big stripers go out with Jeff Balir on Lanier. He always catches big fish.
Awesome. Probably get a little better performance if you notch it back a spot or two to get it up a little higher. But if your happy with then thats all that matters.Howard wrote:Well, problem solved. Did a test run tonight and I'm a happy tin man