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The addition of the sharpie is what sets it off from others but it's gotta be hard to pull the trigger like that.
 

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Permanent trigger lock or dry erase?
 
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Doing a little work on the sled today. Got my parts list together of what I'll need. Actually a much smaller list than I thought, which is always a good thing lol.
 

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Doing a little work on the SeaDoo today. Took it out of the water this morning for the season, and cleaning it up and replacing the carbon seal and winterizing it before I put it in the barn for the winter....not in bad shape for 19 years old!!!
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I'll join in this thread. My toys are not all that high end. But in no specific order they are...
1957 Ford 640
2000 Honda recon
2021 hustler raptor
2000 Lowe 170 bass boat
Ascend 12T kayak
Sig P365xl 9mm
.223 wylde
.450 bushmaster
.300blk
And last but not least a 2007 38ft montego bay that we currently call "home" while we build our house.
I realize most of these are considered tools but they're toys to me as well..






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I do not own, or have in my possession any of the above mentioned firearms. These were all lost due to an accident in the above mentioned kayak...


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Got the sled all but wrapped up.

Installed a 3" bar riser, new water pump belt, exhaust mid pipe gasket, and fixed the pull cord.

So much nicer to start now that I don't need to do the ratchet strap/rope routine lol. Still rather pleased with how it starts, especially for an 800. Obviously is fairly stiff to pull, but it fires up first or second pull, every time.
 

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I‘ll join this one too!
Not much happened with the two Builds I have on here but I did a lot of things to different Toys I have or my Girl has.

I recently aquired an Unimog, which is a Dream coming true for me. Always had a lot of Unimog Toys when I was little, then lost interest a bit but always loved them when I saw one in the wilds.. never thought I would have one and never thought it would be this soon.
Was debating with my girl and my dad about the right Vehicle for Farm Work and so on.. then looked and then I bought one.

Did a few things to it.. new Paint, new LED Lights all around, new sound system with selfmade door panels and so on.. now I‘m waiting for snow





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And again more things happened to the Unimog.

Added the original Door and Fender Decals and cleaned it.
About to wax it for winter and add the Snow Plow to it next week




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