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Got this Freebie 11-30 with a "Bad Transmission". Those Critters sure do like Snowblowers.
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do mothballs really work?

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do mothballs really work?

They never did for me.
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that will buff right out.... Got a dust buster handy?

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Jack what is your preferred clean out method????
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OT---- But I use bait blocks around my toys..... Blocks available at TSC or a like place in some areas... 12" piece of 1 1/2 ABS, with a 5/8" washer glued to one end, ABS cap on the other end. Fill the pipe with 6-8 blocks and check them once a month. Chippies can't get in to steal all your bait, but the little grey guys can. Works for me....If I want to set them out in the weather, I push the whole contraption inside a larger pipe, out of the weather......
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Jack what is your preferred clean out method????
Depends What the material is. I take out what I can with hands and needlenose Pliers, sometimes I'll put a torch in there to burn what's left. On a Good Note, the 11 hp briggs fired right up after a carb clean and fuel drain.
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