I Wish The Maker Dude Was Around

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  1. Waldo
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    DFC2BCAB-A654-404B-89AF-E32F42F7DD30.jpeg My hose strap is on its last leg. I wonder if Greenie has a box of these laying around. Love these fooking things.

    Golden Boy
  2. Lee Stockwell
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    My brother's upholstery shop make these for me from time to time. Ask around locally.
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    I think I got mine from TCS
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    its called a super strap. interlink and hydroforce both sell them.
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    You need a garage organizing system while you have your purse out
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    He and Damon should get together
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    Huh? What did I miss? I like straps. Is someone giving away straps?
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    I just remove the old hook and loop and sew on new hook n loop. don't use the stick on kind. The glue isn't strong enough.

    Or use wire brush to remove lint from hook and run a lighter to singe/melt the loop just a little. Eventually it will need to be replaced.
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