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    How to store your dog food

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ID:	475314pack rats how in the world they got n this cyl this is a top of the line ranger in 2002 this rig has 140 hrs on it
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    Wow. Is that really dog food. What in the hell? Lol

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    Alpo!
    1990 Shadow bass boat w/ 2.4 200 Merc. Totally resto'd boat and love it!

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ID:	475324This was on the floor after the mechanic dug it it out of the cyl its a Yamaha don't remember the hp hasn't been out of the garage in years
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    Yup, I’ve seen that happen to 2 stroke snowmobile engines but that’s the first time I’ve seen it in an OB.....
    i was given a couch once that we found about 10lbs of kibble in one of the arms when we went to move it.....needles to say, it never made it in the house....

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    I think I may have posted this before but I have a 4 stroke 25 Merc that must have stopped with an exhaust valve open. Cylinder was full of those Asian beetles and they cylinder walls were ruined. Even after boring to the max there was still a bunch of deterioration from the beetles.

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    Absolutely amazing!! Had I not seen it with my eyes, I would have never believed you.....thinking you were messing with me. Worst I ever saw was squirrels hiding dog food in the air cleaner of my uncles car. How do they get up into the motors?

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    Man just thinkin bout how that little bastard got in between the piston and head is crazy. Had to b thru exhaust port sum how. Lol. 1st for everything

    Was the compression out the roof lmao?

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    One of them was running laps on the flywheel till it opened the port

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    Or threaded out the plug

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    Just goes to show that we constantly underestimate nature in every way. RR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merc 2.5 View Post

    Was the compression out the roof lmao?
    The dog food sure was!!!!

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    But did the dog like it?

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    I usually use solder to check my squish, but I guess dog food works too!
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