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Old 12-23-2004, 03:56 PM
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Originally Posted by DDA52
The proper procedure as to female removal/non-removal would depend on how much fun or PAIN you want to experience.

PAIN is not a good thing!Fun would be better...............
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Old 01-02-2005, 12:12 PM
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when i used to work with glass ( building ambulance tops, and wheelchair van conversions) i found that cheap nylon track pants, and a wind breaker would work good to keep you resin/dust free. if you were doing alot of cutting or grinding, the hooded ones were the best, and a roll of 2" masking tape would seal your arms, and the buttons.....

man i don't miss that job one bit. i like workin with the glass, but the side affects were a killer....
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Old 01-02-2005, 10:17 PM
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i actually like the fiberglass work ,everyone thinks it is some kind of magic to repair and paint fiberglass ,so i price it where i can make some good money
one day we will fight a war on foriegn soil to protect our food supply,due to the loss of american farmers.....all IH tractors f20 ,h , 504 , 886 ,& 5088 .truck mechanic ,painter and farmer . part time semi-pro beer drinker
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