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Old 10-15-2012, 10:44 AM   #54196
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went through Pea Ridge yesterday, lots of trees down, twister must have gone through there
Mother Nature takes a dump at Urine Hill. Brown logs everywhere.

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Old 10-15-2012, 11:04 AM   #54197
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Carbs

Hey Matt,

What's your carb cleaning schedule look like this week?

I put gas in the old Swisher trim and mow wheeled weed eater this weekend and fired it right up.
Started trimming some hill side to make sure it worked before I let someone borrow it to mow their property.
Well a couple minutes in it sputters and dies. I get it level and started again then it dies again.

So I pulled the tank swished the new gas around some and drained it. Blew out the fuel line. Pulled the carb and bowl off of it.Freed up the float and dumped some chunks out of the bowl. Had put it back together and was just trying to start it when someone infromed me they were just going to buy a new lighter version from the HomeDepot.

I forgot to even look at the brand when she got it but later learned the Ryobi wheeled weedeater is no different then the vac/blower of theirs I bought a few years back. Started fine first time out. Every restart after the short run time with a very small tank was harder and harder to accomplish. So it went back after three tanks of fuel yesterday afternoon. So now I am back to trying to get the Swisher with the 6.5 Briggs and Stratton to run well so she can use it.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:05 AM   #54198
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ugghhh, in the process of migrating from Regular HD's to an SSD on my desktop PC. A bit of the PITA since you can't just copy over. Have to monkey with the damn partitioning.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:07 AM   #54199
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LOL, I always get Prairie Grove and Pea Ridge mixed up.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:10 AM   #54200
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Gyah, yes, I saw your missed call about 8 hours later I think this weekend Kris.

bring it by today if you can?

Im busy tuesday and Wed, but open today or Thursday?




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Hey Matt,

What's your carb cleaning schedule look like this week?

I put gas in the old Swisher trim and mow wheeled weed eater this weekend and fired it right up.
Started trimming some hill side to make sure it worked before I let someone borrow it to mow their property.
Well a couple minutes in it sputters and dies. I get it level and started again then it dies again.

So I pulled the tank swished the new gas around some and drained it. Blew out the fuel line. Pulled the carb and bowl off of it.Freed up the float and dumped some chunks out of the bowl. Had put it back together and was just trying to start it when someone infromed me they were just going to buy a new lighter version from the HomeDepot.

I forgot to even look at the brand when she got it but later learned the Ryobi wheeled weedeater is no different then the vac/blower of theirs I bought a few years back. Started fine first time out. Every restart after the short run time with a very small tank was harder and harder to accomplish. So it went back after three tanks of fuel yesterday afternoon. So now I am back to trying to get the Swisher with the 6.5 Briggs and Stratton to run well so she can use it.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:45 AM   #54201
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Hey Doc, I typed this up for Arkwizard, so I decided to go ahead an share it with you.



the easiest, and likely best brisket youve ever cooked....

I usually have the shop just cut me just the flat part, it should have some fat, but not more than 1/4" thick on it, trim off any more than that.

rub it all over with 1/2 cup of vodka, and garlic salt.

put it on a hot grill, brown it on one side, flip it, brown the other side.
maybe 5-8 minutes per side, you want to put some grill marks on it, and sear it well.

remove from grill

Put it in a sealable container, or a heavy duty zip lock bag, then into the refrigerator overnight

The next morning, remove from fridge, and slice it how you want it, and redistribute the juices in it, there should be quite a bit more juice than when you stuck it in the fridge, if not add a bit of quality H20
Put it in a tightly covered baking dish (use foil if needed to seal)
Bake in oven at 325 for 2.5 hours, then at 275 for another hour.

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The original recipe calls for 3 tablespoons of liquid smoke in with the Vodka, I use a charcoal grill with some hardwood to sear it instead ( I hate liquid smoke)

Original cooking time was 350 for 3 hours, then 275 until serving time, when I have used those times and temps, its nearly dry, so I have been reducing it.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:39 PM   #54202
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Whats that noise?..... It's the brisket purists amassing their recipes!
Hopefully there will be more recipes forthcoming.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:56 PM   #54203
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Kinda sounds like a "Chili with beans vs No beans" thread. BTW...w/beans...just sayin
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:56 PM   #54204
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tnx Matt..got it! One of the secrets I was told for brisket was a whole head of cabbage...trim the fat of course, but use a few of those trimins for flavor, feed to the dog when done.

on another note, NO PINCHED TUBES!

chuckles and I mounted his new rear tire today..it went unbelievably smooth and quick today, and not one pinched tube was made
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:30 PM   #54205
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Hey Albie!

Will your magic tire machine handle 15" car tires?

also, Joe and Doc,

I was initially planning to use that brisket recipe and use the smoker instead of the oven to see how that does, but its so damn easy, I simply havent been motivated enough to bother. Seriously, I scoffed at the oven usage too, but its easily some of the best brisket ive had, and its so damn easy.

I have 4 steel rims 15" from a boat trailer with rotted tires on them, and I need to remove the old tires, and then remount some 15" take offs that I had laying around.

is it a pain in the ass albie?

Ill call around and ask some shops what they charge, just thinking about it actually hurts my elbow.
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:37 PM   #54206
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Shouldn't be a problem, I've changed my enclosed trailer tires on it.

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Hey Albie!

Will your magic tire machine handle 15" car tires?

also, Joe and Doc,

I was initially planning to use that brisket recipe and use the smoker instead of the oven to see how that does, but its so damn easy, I simply havent been motivated enough to bother. Seriously, I scoffed at the oven usage too, but its easily some of the best brisket ive had, and its so damn easy.

I have 4 steel rims 15" from a boat trailer with rotted tires on them, and I need to remove the old tires, and then remount some 15" take offs that I had laying around.

is it a pain in the ass albie?

Ill call around and ask some shops what they charge, just thinking about it actually hurts my elbow.
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:39 PM   #54207
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Pretty cool little trailer, but hella expensive for what it us.

http://www.sylvansport.com/
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:47 PM   #54208
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hell, I just called around, Tire tracks does it for $15.57 and disposes of the old tire even!

by the time I drag the trailer to your house, and drink enough beer to learn how to use the machine, I will have spent more than the $63.. haha


that little trailer is cool, there is a thread here , I think in shiney things that has cool trailers and that was one of the neater designs.




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Shouldn't be a problem, I've changed my enclosed trailer tires on it.
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:50 PM   #54209
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Pretty cool little trailer, but hella expensive for what it us.

http://www.sylvansport.com/
how do you know its expensive? I looked at the web site, didn't see a price listed
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:51 PM   #54210
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