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    Last night my grill wasn't working like it should. Well the kid was at the house and we went to get get more propane. When it only took 1.8 gallons to fill it.I knew we had a problem. After acesssing the situation we hit the regulator with a hammer. Works great now....I almost burned the rest of my hair off lighting it tonight Thanks Kyle it's always a plus having you around

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket98 View Post
    Last night my grill wasn't working like it should. Well the kid was at the house and we went to get get more propane. When it only took 1.8 gallons to fill it.I knew we had a problem. After acesssing the situation we hit the regulator with a hammer. Works great now....I almost burned the rest of my hair off lighting it tonight Thanks Kyle it's always a plus having you around
    Hi Rocket, that was funny... I have a question, how does one post a photo (my boat) below our SN ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket98 View Post
    Last night my grill wasn't working like it should. Well the kid was at the house and we went to get get more propane. When it only took 1.8 gallons to fill it.I knew we had a problem. After acesssing the situation we hit the regulator with a hammer. Works great now....I almost burned the rest of my hair off lighting it tonight Thanks Kyle it's always a plus having you around
    You with the Hammers.lol.
    Takin it home

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    You with the Hammers.lol.
    I was thinking about your Bypass....Could have fixed it in one swing.... Carpenters only know one tool...

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    Yup. I'm sure that would loosen something up.

    I just want to clean up all that SS braided stuff. I'll prolly loose 20lbs by going to a single log. But that has to wait till like April.
    Takin it home

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    I wish I was smarter...but I'm not.... you have a great piece and it will come together. hang in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddysUltra26 View Post
    Hi Rocket, that was funny... I have a question, how does one post a photo (my boat) below our SN ?
    Being a junior member, you might need to wait until you have enough posts to allow you to configure more options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddysUltra26 View Post
    Hi Rocket, that was funny... I have a question, how does one post a photo (my boat) below our SN ?
    Go to the test section. They explain it pretty good.

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