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Topic: "You are not going to find anything here"

New Post by Daniel A. on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:29 am

Well done Brad :tu:

I had a new Coiltek that showed the same fault and sent it back for another one that has been working fine. :tu:

Topic: "You are not going to find anything here"

New Post by K1DDO1979 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:17 am

When I ask permissions I love hearing those magic words that I’ll never find anything here or there. It’s almost a guarantee I will and it will be good! HaHa

Topic: Digging The Nox

New Post by K1DDO1979 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:14 am

Cool largies and silva! :)

Topic: Digging The Nox

New Post by dirtraider on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:06 am

Ken(Toronto) wrote:
Geobound wrote:
dirtraider wrote:So Dave do I go for the Nox 800 or the MMK?? Santa is asking!



Sven is the guy to be talking to about the Makro products Dave, but the new Amphibio seems an interesting machine to add into the equation?

It seems like there is never a satisfactory machine........I've got the AT Pro and loved it, as well as the CTX. I'd be lying if I didn't say that I had interest in all three machines listed above, as well as the Deus and the Excal II.

The problem appears to be not enough hours in the day, and arms on the body to satisfy all those wishes?? :lmao:


Just like cars, the newer models will always be more technologically advanced and have more sex appeal than the older models; well, like everything else, even people. :lmao: That explains also why some guys have 17 machines!!!

Ken

Let's not forget, older models do it slower.

Topic: Digging The Nox

New Post by dirtraider on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:03 am

daverosy wrote:Hmmmm.

Firstly, Santa is good :tu:

Secondly, I know didley about Makro products.

Thirdley,,, I really like my 800. There seems to be way more 800's out there and a lot more feedback on them.

So, I guess you know my vote. :smile:

Santa expects good things in return, so it gets expensive fast :lmfao: I had kind of overlooked the Nox at first since I want a water machine that also does well on land. Seems like it is doing a fine all terrain job.

Topic: 2018 Season Summary - IV

New Post by dirtraider on Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:58 am

Geobound wrote:Absolutely nothing wrong with a season like that, especially considering the limited times you got you.

I haven't done my own personal year end wrap up, but I'm hoping it's half as good as yours! :yes:

I don't want to exaggerate but it did seem that by getting out in the mornings, the sciatica eased up for the rest of the day.

Looking forward to your wrap up! :tu:

Topic: 2018 Season Summary - IV

New Post by dirtraider on Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:55 am

Ken(Toronto) wrote:The fertilizer is really tough on the coppers, but the silvers cleaned up nicely!
You had a great year in silver, one more than me and much older. :tu:

HH

Ken


Thanks my friend. I actually found three silver in one hunt. My best silver day ever.