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go-devil

[′gō ‚dev·əl]
(engineering)
A device inserted in a pipe or hole for purposes such as cleaning or for detonating an explosive.
A sled for moving logs or cultivating.
A large rake for gathering hay.
A small railroad car used for transporting workers and materials.

go-devil

A device used to clean a pipeline by placing it at the pump end of the pipeline and forcing it through the pipe by water pressure.
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Behind living legend Warren Coco, Go-Devil has become one of the leading names in waterfowling.
The original Go-Devil is built to run in as little as 4 inches of water while maintaining a high load capacity.
Go-Devil Manufacturing Twin Surface-Drives are powered by 23 horsepower Vanguard engines.
Go-Devil is one of the few manufacturers that builds duck boats for traditional longtails and high-performance surface-drive mud motors.
Go-Devils also feature longitudinal ribs that provide maximum strength, and the SD models track better than most at low speeds.
Since 1977, Go-Devil has offered a wide array of boat and motor combinations to get hunters to places never seen by man.
Go-Devil founder Warren Coco once told me about the importance of carrying a propane torch in his duck-boat toolbox.
GO-DEVIL calls these bad boys "The Four-Wheel Drive" of marine engines.
Go-Devil's 16x44 Duck Hunting Boat, combined with a 23-horse longtail motor, is the favorite rig of Go-Devil owner and Louisiana waterfowler Warren Coco.
GO-DEVIL is best known for mud motors, but they also make the Floating Duck Blind.
GO-DEVIL SURFACE DRIVE BOATS are designed to be perfect companions to the company's Surface Drive Engines.
Look out for the Go-Devils, whose 2011 season ended with a one-point loss at Carlisle.