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 11-27-2006, 17:16 Post: 137376
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 Green Plug

I have a G3130 it has a green plug with Yellow and Green wire going to it. Can anyone tell me what this plug is for, I am thinging about hooking 2 work lights to it.
Plug is at right rear of seat coming out of wiring harness.
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 11-27-2006, 17:57 Post: 137380
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I do believe that the plug is for what you need it for.






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 11-27-2006, 20:41 Post: 137385
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All right, those antlers didn't come from PA!?






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 11-28-2006, 08:54 Post: 137397
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I think Art's right, I think all the deer in PA get run over on the Interstate before they get anywhere near that size or age.

Wink yeah right

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 11-28-2006, 15:43 Post: 137406
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MURF,

thats the way we hunt them in GA.






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 11-29-2006, 03:24 Post: 137436
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Yes that is a PA (Adams County) deer. The new regulations of at least three points on one antler they put in place a few years ago has really let the deer mature and create some monsters as pictured.






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 11-30-2006, 01:27 Post: 137458
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Some unfortunate gent took a 14 pointer with his GMC down the road from us this past weekend. Dead deer and one upside down truck.






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 11-30-2006, 04:11 Post: 137459
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When you hunt with a truck make sure you have a BARBED Bale Spear mounted on the front. That way they do not slide back off when you brake.Smile

Least ways the how the Rednecks here do it! Meat preservation is important...

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 11-30-2006, 06:17 Post: 137460
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Deer season opens this coming weekend in Iowa. Come to Iowa, bring a big truck, I'm not a deer hunter so I don't know what the limits are, but far as I'm concerned they should double the limits. There are just about as many if not more in places of dead deer on the road as racoons anymore. We live about a mile from a river with timber coming halfway to the house so a garden is out of the question anymore, they even eat the Mrs. flowers right under the picture window. Frank.






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 11-30-2006, 06:43 Post: 137461
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Thats a good idea! I didn't realize PA had done that. For the folks that come to central NY from the other areas a good brown cow will do without the rack. Seen it at the butcher shop! To many people shoot the spike horn not giving them a chance to build a good rack. In our area deer season is nearly all year long for some.






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