Routine Service

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SilverFox
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Re: Routine Service

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Kept trying to turn my head side ways. 8-)
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Re: Routine Service

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Thanks for fixing the pic Phil. Knew I'd read about how to do that. Somewhere.... I do better with wrenches than devices that are likely smarter than me. :roll:
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SilverFox
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Re: Routine Service

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I copy/save the pic to a special folder on my desktop, then open in MS Paint, change orientation, save, then go back to the post, delete the pic and add the modified one. How to do it with a phone or tablet/iPad is beyond me, I'm still using one of these. :biggrin:
'09 20' ProV
'09 150hp Merc Optimax
'09 8hp Merc 4-stroke
Mercmonitor
Raymarine DS600X
Raymarine a78 MFD
Raymarine CPT-100 DownVision
Raymarine CPT-200 SideVision
Baystar Hydraulic Steering
Trollmaster ProII
Traxstech System
NOCO Gen3 on-board charger
Motorguide 75# Thrust Wireless Bow Mount



Spangle, WA

"Yesterday is the past; tomorrow the future. Today is a gift. That is why it is called the present."
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