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About HorseHunter

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    Desert Hills, Az
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    Hunting anything with fur or feathers with my two boys, my Lab, my favorite brother, my Dad, and good friends. Fishing, Horses, Boating, building and fixing stuff are my other interests.

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  1. HorseHunter

    Insurance for low-mileage off-road jeep

    BTW, If anybody sees the 1979 maroon CJ-7 soft top Renegade, I sold in Scottsdale back in 1992, I'd like to have it back.
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    Insurance for low-mileage off-road jeep

    You will want liability insurance for sure (beyond the state mandate) because you will inevitably operate it on unpaved county roads (as stated above). If stopped (or god forbid are in an at fault accident) you will be asked for evidence of insurance. Check out Hagerty and/or Grundy (competitors in this niche insurance space) as they are the largest "collector car" insurance companies. Don't let "collector car" scare you as the premiums are relative to the value of the vehicle for physical damage coverage. They also assume that it's not a daily driver. There are benefits like having "agreed value". You can quote online or call them direct for help. If you have an independent insurance agent, they will likely represent one of those companies too. The above will likely be cheaper than adding to your existing personal auto policy, even with the multi car and low "short" mile discounts. You can get a quote from them to compare. Now what limits of liability to choose? Likely, you will want to match your other personal auto limits (especially if you have a personal umbrella policy because those have a minimum requirement of underlying liability e.g. 100/300 or 250/500 Bodily Injury (per person/per accident)) You will also want to call your "umbrella insurance carrier" and let them know about this vehicle and the carrier you have insuring it. This way that Umbrella liability will sit over your limits on the new rig too. As for physical damage to your jeep, I would also add Comprehensive coverage at a minimum incase it is stolen or catches fire, Collision would cover fixing your vehicle if you are at fault hitting another vehicle or a tree for example. If someone else hits you, their liability should respond unless they have no coverage then it's back to your Collision coverage. Of course you could choose to not insure for physical damage (of your Jeep) and save the $100-$300/ a year that it may cost, but I would get options there too. Pay per mile- This is a newer option since Insur-techs came on the scene but Metro Mile is the one I have heard of. I have no experience with them so do your due diligence and apply the same theory as above if you have an umbrella. PM me if you need more info, clarification on anything stated above, or need a referral to a competent professional, I know several. Hope that helps Have fun with the huntin' rig!
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    Apparent Scammer tbt250602

    and this
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    Apparent Scammer tbt250602

    I just googled the user name and found this posted 6/18/2022 Seems phishy to me...
  5. HorseHunter

    Why Wait….Deer Draw

    I like to ignore my statements and anxiously wait by the mailbox for the tag or return check, like our forefathers did.
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    Cowboy games

    Best line in the film. 7:30 "There, that'll hold em, nothing to it, as long as ............."
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    Arbys Wagyu buger sucks

    I had Von Hanson's rescue 80#s of ground elk that another outfit "butchered" (dual meaning there). Their Big Popa Brats, chorizo, Italian sausage, and assorted summer sausages are on point! They proved the old adage that cheap processing ain't good and good processing ain't cheap. Totally worth it though. It would be a tragedy if they ever went out of business. They are a gem!
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    Arbys Wagyu buger sucks

    GD deceptive marketing, their commercials make it look sooo good! Thanks for saving me from the first hand experience.
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    My F-250 V-10 is pretty green... Most people look at me funny when I say that until they realize I am talking about the paint color.
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    Wanted electrician/trailer mechanic

    Same thing happened in my home breaker panel. The GC did the wiring and had a buddy sign off on it. He did not know that the breakers have torque settings. Also, it is INCH Pounds, not foot pounds so your mechanic torque wrench (ft/lbs) will foul up the process. Found this on the WWW but verify with a real sparky here.
  11. https://huntercanine.com/rattlesnake-training-for-dogs/ H.C. does good work in the North Valley To level set your expectations, they take your dog on a long lead and expose to snake in a cage and use e-collar to reinforce that Rattlesnakes=Bad It is a fairly quick process. Way better than learning from an actual bite. Good Luck
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    Stanley this is off Twitter

    Sorry to hear, glad you and yours are staying safe.
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    Parking Outside

    I bought a cab cover for my crew cab pickup after I got it repainted and added a flatbed. Pro tip: I always wash my pickup before I use it so any dust doesn't scratch the paint when the cover is on. https://www.covercraft.com/us/en Covercraft is a good outfit with quality products.
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    Stanley this is off Twitter

    More info here: https://ein.az.gov/emergency-information/emergency-bulletin/pipeline-fire-burning-north-flagstaff https://www.abc15.com/news/wildfires/pipeline-fire-burning-north-of-flagstaff
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    Your Russian version is the most sought after for sure. Looks like someone cleaned the stock up too. That is a great look. GLWS