Monthly Archives: April 2010

Season Opener—Montrose Adobes

Fun day today. The weather has at last cooperated, giving us all a taste of spring. I celebrated by taking the dirt bike to an area just north of Montrose, Colorado, known locally as the “adobes.” The soil in this … Continue reading

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The MFJ-993B IntelliTuner

I recently received a query asking about the Palstar AT2K tuner. I answered and then thought the answer might be helpful to others also: The Palstar tuner looks like a high-end, high-power manual antenna tuner. Probably a good product, though … Continue reading

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Where to get that fancy sprocket you need

I wanted a 14-tooth front sprocket for my XT-250 instead of the stock 15-tooth sprocket, which is just a tad too tall for such a small engine. I searched everywhere and finally found a place that will sell you just … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for the New Season!

Here it is April already. We had a bit of snow a couple days ago. I’m ready for Spring! So, under clear skies and bright sunlight, with temps in the high 50s, I said “enough is enough” and went to … Continue reading

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Fixing iTunes Double Entries

Boy did I mess up! I put iTunes on a new laptop. As it turns out, I simply pointed it at copies of the music on a backup drive, since the “master” is my desktop machine. All worked well—iTunes played … Continue reading

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