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    After killing my back snow blowing for 3 hours I found a "deal" on a agco allis ( simplicity sunstar 20 ) for 500$ Put about a 120 bucks in ignition parts and my brother did the valves. Engine is now great all steering bushings replaced steam cleaned it and now ready for mother nature. So far the test run was fun and only took 30 minutes to move snow Time to get back to audio bench..
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    A great play choice David. "Passage" and "Past Light" was one the first CD's I bought.
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    And CarverSite wives everywhere react... I don't know how I missed this post!... Haha. True! My girlfriend just rolls her eyes and asks me not to tell her how much things cost. She knows I'm going to get something regardless. All she says is "It's your money".
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    I think you're OK for the night Jack, there isn't any WX coming in until Tuesday night/Wed. I'm not sure what the status of the evacuation is but I'm thinking they are going to hold residents out until after the next storm system and following runoff.
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    California DWR was sued over that 5H177Y emergency spillway design 12 years ago! Three environmental groups — the Friends of the River, the Sierra Club and the South Yuba Citizens League — filed a motion with the federal government on Oct. 17, 2005, as part of Oroville Dam’s relicensing process, urging federal officials to require that the dam’s emergency spillway be armored with concrete, rather than remain as an earthen hillside. The groups filed the motion with FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. They said that the dam, built and owned by the state of California, and finished in 1968, did not meet modern safety standards because in the event of extreme rain and flooding, fast-rising water would overwhelm the main concrete spillway, then flow down the emergency spillway, and that could cause heavy erosion that would create flooding for communities downstream, but also could cause a failure, known as “loss of crest control.”
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    And CarverSite wives everywhere react...
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    THIS may help. Send Retriever a PM and see if he can assist. Thanks LT! I seem to remember seeing this thread a while back, before I was a member here and before I even bought the TX-11a. It was back when I was researching tuners still. I'll send Retriever a message soon and see what he has to say. I need to get a move on selling some gear first though. Things are starting to pile up and need to make room for more Carver gear... Oh crap, did I just say that?!
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