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RE: Boliy Generator parts

Yah, I read elsewhere that the Boliy was an Yamaha clone, but I don't know which Yamaha matches my Boliy. I have a small engine shop down the road. I may just drive down there and see if they can help and maybe have a few parts in stock to compare it to. Looking online, I cannot find an exact match or one that gives me great hope it work on my generator.
esox07 10/11/21 09:25am Tech Issues
Boliy Generator parts

I have a Boliy Pro3600si generator and the starter recoil assembly is broken. I cannot find a parts source for these generators anywhere. Can anyone help me out?
esox07 10/09/21 07:17pm Tech Issues

No problem. I am members of several forums a you see a lot of people jump in with a problem looking for advice, but never come back and let any one know if or how it was ever resolved.
esox07 06/16/21 06:59pm Travel Trailers

Last two times in my camper over the last few days I have seen no ant activity. A few more dead ones here and there but nothing moving. Those Terro ant baits clearly worked on mine as there were several dead ones around mine and I saw a few in the process of dying. One was even inside the bait feeder dead. Thanks for everyone's help and advice. I feel the problem is fully resolved at this point.
esox07 06/15/21 02:49pm Travel Trailers

That is what I am thinking Kellem. I have the terro out and need to go check again later today. Toooo darn hot to go out until I need to.
esox07 06/09/21 03:44pm Travel Trailers

Well, I went in again today and notice two on the linoleum floor. Nothing but dead ones in the water tank storage area. I put 4 Terro baits out. They do have big enough openings for these ants. I hope they work. If not, I will have to try something else.
esox07 06/07/21 08:57pm Travel Trailers

OK, I couldn't find the edit button due to it being off the page due to the huge photo sizes. I think it is fixed now. Thanks.
esox07 06/07/21 11:53am Travel Trailers

Yah. sorry about the photos being so big. I don't know how to replace them now. I don't see an edit option.
esox07 06/07/21 11:13am Travel Trailers

If you got their DNA, can you come up with a Covid Vaccine for the little bastards.
esox07 06/07/21 10:37am Travel Trailers

Background info: 2011 K-Z Sportsmen CLassic 19BH trailer. I rented out my camper this past weekend to a couple with a young daughter. I went to pick up the camper and when I went to open the FW tank drain under the bunk bed, I see a bunch of insects scurrying around on top of the white water tank. My eyes were not adjusted from the sunny outside yet so I couldn't tell what they were, but first though some kind of roach. Anyway, I closed the lid and waited a bit for my eyes to adjust and opened it again and they turned out to be big black ants. Maybe a quarter inch long. There were dozens of them. I went outside and sure enough, there were a some on the ground below the water storage area. Now, I had never seen any of them at any point in the past in my camper. I had opened the tank cover to close the drain valve before the rental and did not see any and if they were there, I am sure I would have as many of them as there were. So, I assume the infiltrated the camper during the rental which was just two nights. When I got home, I broke out a can of insect killer spray and sprayed the snot out of the whole area under the bunk which houses the Hot water tank, fresh water tank water pump and 30 amp electrical cord. They immediately started scattering and dying. I am sure there were well over 100 I could see dead. There were a few I found outside the tank storage area and I killed them. That was yesterday. Today, I went back in to check and noticed a couple out in the open and under things like the waste basket. I checked all the cupboards and other storage areas and didn't see more than maybe one in any of them. I didn't see any live ones in the tank storage area. So, I am hoping I killed off the colony and the few I found today were just stragglers. I will keep checking periodically, but should I be worried? Should I bug bomb the camper? What would you suggest I do if I continue to see them? Here are some photos after I sprayed the water storage area. width=640 width=640
esox07 06/07/21 10:05am Travel Trailers
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