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learn from a pro and practice every day

Sport & Outdoor... | Answered 8 hours ago


Deddy456 was spot-on with dropping the poles from waist level. Worked for our Spalding that looked hopeless. Thanks!

Lifetime 3819... | Answered Yesterday


Dropping the stuck poles definitely WORKS! We had stuck basketball poles from a Spaulding 54 inch together wrongly. Dropped them on grass from shoulder height 4 times and they loosened enough to pull apart.

Lifetime 3819... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019


here are instructions to find and repair.

http://www.advancedinc.org/bed-info/air-beds/how-to-repair-air-bed-or-air-mattress-leaks/

Texsport Queen... | Answered on Apr 16, 2019


A good hardware store should have a screw that fits and someone willing to help. There is usually 1 in every town. The type of store that has things everywhere and has screws/washers/nails in bins. You could also call Omron and ask them what size in the screw their number is 800-634-4350 before heading to the store. They may even send you out one if you ask nicely.

Omron Sport &... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


7/12 as there is only two outcomes making a shot and not making a shot. So making a shot + not making a shot must equal 1.

Sport & Outdoor... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


There is a panel on the back which opens up to expose a 120 v house current charger. You must use an extension cord (not supplied) which will fit in the narrow channel. The supplied 12 volt car charger plugs in to the bottom of the handle. A red LED lights up when either charger is used. The manual suggests 24 hours of charging before use. My condolences.

Sport & Outdoor... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


SADLY NEVER SAW YOUR TENT SO CAN NOT SAY HOW YOU ERECT IT

Sport & Outdoor... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


If you need to get one, it is essential to understand how much money do hockey sticks cost.
Like all games equipment, hockey sticks get in a wide variety of values. And, with a kind of figures, there is a spectrum of character, too.

There are high-end, rare sticks and there are low-price, funds sticks. If you are fresh to the play, you don't want to separate hundreds on a high-end stick. If you are a veteran and you play regularly, then you away be ready to buy a bat that will do a long time.
Most hockey members comment that budget sticks do not have the pop that high-end sticks have, which is one of the reasons why these sticks are not beloved by veteran players.

But, they are durable, and they do not cost much, which is a big plus for someone who does not want to spend more than $80 on a hockey stick.
At different times there is not a magic time to buy a year and model on a significant discount.
https://busyplayinghockey.com/hockey-stick-cost

Sport & Outdoor... | Answered on Apr 09, 2019


Video instructions on the link.

On our Pyramid the instructions are sewn in below the side window.

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&ei=DNqrXIvmCMyIggeum4-IDQ&q=pyramid+tuscany+awning+instruction+sheet

Sport & Outdoor... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019

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