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Old 04-12-2017, 11:49 AM   #65703
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I had nothing to do with any hail storm or falling deer stand.
Thatdon't matter. When you visit Tim you have to keep a close eye on those infamous jumping trees. They get Tim all the time and he lives with them. They are real sneaky.
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Old 04-12-2017, 12:40 PM   #65704
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Ed, have you considered Krylon Double coat paint on your plexiglass? Top coat with polyurethane and you can clean bugs with anything, well most anything. Cheap fix and if you don't like it, you haven't lost anything.
Did not consider paint, but it's too late as the plexiglass is in a dumpsters 60 miles East.

The plexiglass was showing its age, scratched yellowed etc, it had to go. Once removed we have a bunch of holes from the attachment in the fiberglass front cap.

Two options, body work to repair or a bra to cover the front. We chose the bra as tying up our home in a body shop at this point is not an option, but thanks for the suggestions.
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" Once removed we have a bunch of holes from the attachment in the fiberglass front cap."

Ed, why don't you just fill the holes with rivets - then your Eagle will look like Dwayne's Eagle.
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Old 04-12-2017, 01:55 PM   #65706
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" Once removed we have a bunch of holes from the attachment in the fiberglass front cap."

Ed, why don't you just fill the holes with rivets - then your Eagle will look like Dwayne's Eagle.
I say cover them with sea shells from the sea shore!
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I say cover them with sea shells from the sea shore!
Or vynal flowers and it could look like a hippie mobile.
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I say cover them with sea shells from the sea shore!
Jackie LOL that one... I am really impressed you didn't recommend Duck tape.
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I thought duck tape was only good for catching ducks?
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Ed you have to admit we mutants are a helpful bunch!

You know I think Jackie is a real looker, just hadn't noticed she would need a bra from the Tent and Awning store!

Let's hope for a good fit!
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Just in case anyone cares, here is a new stretch of tight barb wire.

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Notice how the cows are in the pasture, not in neighboring yards!

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Notice how the cows are in the pasture, not in neighboring yards!


Jackie liked your picture of your finger.
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Just for Tim.

Just in case Tim had no idea of the Joke I was alluding to on TOT I figured I would post it for everyone and then link to it here.

enjoy

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Jackie liked your picture of your finger.
Would you believe a dark cloud? A space ship?
Or maybe I was shading my camera!
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Just in case Tim had no idea of the Joke I was alluding to on TOT I figured I would post it for everyone and then link to it here.

enjoy

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I don't get it, maybe you should explain.
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