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trackertxw175

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  1. I'm guessing that the lake going up and down isn't going to help. It messes Cherokee up when it does it this time of year
  2. Looks that way to me also. According to the results, you have 5- #1 Boone, #2 Cherokee, #4 Ft Pat, #5 Douglas and the Black Friday TX. I count 5. Someone on the TX committee should adjust this.
  3. Me and maybe spinflip depending on how his dental work goes Friday
  4. Ft Pat never gets any love lol

     

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    2. Peck

      Peck

      Write in haha

    3. SteveHTN

      SteveHTN

      Glutton for punishment?

    4. Buckeye83

      Buckeye83

      No doubt Steve. That lake is tough as hell. 

  5. At safe light, which I don't even know what time that is lol. I'm usually at work before it gets light out.
  6. i'm going to go hydraulic, but probably get one already attached to a boat lol
  7. Congrats. That's on my to do list.
  8. Took him about two weeks to get the material and complete. He even marked where my screw holes were under the seats. Took me 4 1/2 hours to put both back in, 4 on passenger side and 30 minutes on driver side. The fresh padding made it hard for me to get the lag bolts started in on the passenger side. Driver side fell right in place. Probably would have been faster to get lined up if i had completely removed the seat back panel out of the boat but i was worried that i wouldn't be able to get the panel screws started in with the weight of both seat backs on it. I just took out the four top panel screws out and pulled it forward so that i could get my arm behind it to start lag bolts.
  9. It's Mike Wright @Wright's Upholstery, 865-806-5050
  10. So, after weather, fighting fish and falling on them and general wear and tear, time came to do something about seats in the boat. New ones $389-$499 depending on whether on sale and how high buckets. Decided to have mine reupholstered. I used to have upholstery work done from a widow up the road. She has gotten to where she doesn't have the strength to do anything major but recommended her brother. I took mine to him and just got them back. Decided to leave the red panel out and go with two-tone grey. Other than trying to get the lag bolts on backs lined up, went smooth. He used heavier vinyl and cost $300 for the pair. He's in Jefferson City and does cars, boats and headliners. Says he used to do boat carpet but can't kneel down very well anymore.
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