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  • Re: Tonneau covers

    hondabbq said:
    Have had Extang on a couple of different trucks , good covers and good service when you need it !
    I had it and loved it until I needed replacement foams for the perimeter. for 6 pieces they wanted $46 CAD. the pieces weren't even a foot long end to end.

    Wow, they sent me a tail gate strip free of charge ! Had to order a replacement tonneau after a hail storm , that wasn't cheap !
    My foam got stuck tot he side rails in melt/freeze conditions and I went to open the cover and they pulled right off. half on the rails and half still stuck to the cover. I should have looked but I didn't. I went 2 years with a bunch of them missing. Was still dry though except in a side rain. lol.
  • OT let's go to my place for a microwave!!!

  • Re: Difference between end grain and edge grain cutting boards? HELP!

    They only look prettier.

    I have never seen an end grain board in any commercial kitchen ive worked in, in 25+ years.  

    With proper care, a normal maple board will last a long time. I have never replaced mine and its going on 18 years at home.

    Buying a good quality board, and proper maintenance are they keys to longevity. The end grains look pretty and if you want to spend to have it look pretty on your counter all the power to ya. Im not knocking them at all, but if you look at it as a kitchen accessory for the look, its great.

    I opened up a kitchen 11 year ago, and we are still on the same boards we bought back then. Thats daily use, with all items being cut on them. Fruits, meats, veggies, everything. The use these would get in a household is negligible.

  • Re: why

    i don't buy it... but maybe that is because nobody in my part of the world owns an egg.  I wouldn't be able to find another person to split it with even if I advertised it on kijiji

    I feel your pain.

  • Re: I may have a coffee problem.

    500 said:
    Mom told me if I was going to learn to drink coffee then I should learn to drink it black.  Just another in a long list of sound advise.
    Same advice for chocolate.  If you say you're a chocolate lover, you need to eat dark, not milk.

    And never white. It isn't even real chocolate.
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