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Properly secured 10mm

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jon f mn

01-14-2021 07:00:33




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Lol




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Davidj

01-15-2021 08:52:08




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
I can identify with this guy.... usually 8mm, 10mm, 5/16 and 1/2. buy multiples of those.....

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Determined

01-15-2021 05:51:23




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

I can remember being young and broke when metric fasteners started to become common place and having to take a file to a wrench to make it into a metric size or squashing a socket down in a vice to do the same.



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Tony in SD

01-14-2021 17:09:17




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
My first thought securing a 10mm



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Pete in Holland MI

01-14-2021 15:37:13




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Son loves to work on old Volkswagons. For Christmas, among other things, I bought him five 10mm sockets and combination wrenches. Loved it !



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svcummins

01-14-2021 15:14:56




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
I made fun of the people who lose 10 mm because who on crap that uses 10mm that much anyway ? Never been able to hold onto a 10mm since 😐



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tractormanNC

01-14-2021 14:18:02




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
And nothing else will work for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7/16 is too big and 3/8 won't go on.



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rrman61

01-14-2021 12:59:29




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
When I read the title I thought he might have meant a pistol,I prefer a 45 myself.only way it could be funnier is if it would have taken two people to unlock their individual locks simultaneously for the final step.very funny nonetheless



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

01-14-2021 12:03:34




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
I enjoyed it trying to guess when he would get to the socket, but what bothered me was the necessity of a key to get OUT of the house. Needing to exit in a hurry because of a fire etc. that may cause a problem.



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Two Dogs

01-14-2021 12:54:46




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to john *.?-!.* cub owner, 01-14-2021 12:03:34  
Maybe needing a key to exit was because of the girl (or boy) in the basement. TDF



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CH(Upstate,NY)

01-14-2021 11:50:39




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
And I thought it was only 1/2 and 9/16th.



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paul

01-14-2021 16:13:56




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to CH(Upstate,NY), 01-14-2021 11:50:39  
Yea I donít know anything about a 10mm, but the 1/2 and 9/16 are what I would relate it to. Funny.

Paul



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Absent Minded Farmer

01-14-2021 10:51:28




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
I can always find my 10mm socket. It's the snuffer in my ashtray. Nobody is going to touch that one. Lol!

Mike



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Farmer Rock

01-14-2021 10:34:00




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
So that's what I did with it!


Rock



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Hobo,NC

01-14-2021 09:19:23




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Its rare I misplace a tool, radiator caps are #1 on my list of things I forgot where I put it... Its the first thing I remove and the last thing I install...



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Fawteen

01-14-2021 08:47:50




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Yup, giggled all the way through it!



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DeltaSteve

01-14-2021 08:37:40




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
My 10mm are 'multiplying'. Last time I looked there were five 10 mm wrenches and 3 sockets in my metric drawer.However,I can only remember buying the one(it's still there).Where did they all come from???



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Kansasredneck

01-15-2021 12:44:30




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to DeltaSteve, 01-14-2021 08:37:40  
Please return them to SV at once.



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Mike(NEOhio)

01-14-2021 08:29:50




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Laughed all the way through it. I have three and still can't find one when I need it.



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Southern Ray

01-14-2021 08:04:45




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
so you go through all that when you need to use it? or is this your spare? grins



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Dieseltech

01-14-2021 08:02:46




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
I've had that problem with 10 MM tools missing, so I bought extra of sockets and wrenches. Haven't lost one yet!



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Steve@Advance

01-14-2021 07:58:10




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
I thought it was going to end with a Harbor Freight catalog with the socket circled!



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Adrian Billheimer

01-14-2021 07:45:27




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Uh... honey, where's the car keys? :>)



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rvirgil_KS

01-14-2021 08:58:06




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to Adrian Billheimer, 01-14-2021 07:45:27  
uh oh.....I left them on the pickup seat......and accidentally bumped the electric door lock button...



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Jd man wis

01-14-2021 07:12:29




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to jon f mn, 01-14-2021 07:00:33  
Now that's a good one. I use to have to lock up my snap on box because the night shift guys there was alway someone in there an tools missing an no one knew anything. Then the shop Forman on nights told me that I can do that incase they might need a tool. I told him to f off witch got me in the office because you can't talk to him that way. I told them iv got 20 years here an worked hard to have what I have and if there's going to be a problem I'll just load them up an take them home. The problem was slove but I had to be nice lol.

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37 chief

01-14-2021 08:22:11




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 Re: Properly secured 10mm in reply to Jd man wis, 01-14-2021 07:12:29  
Seams 10 mm is very popular with engineers. I had the same problem with a 2nd shift guy messing with my tool box. It was always locked, but they would try to make it inaccessible for me in the morning. One time I charged up a large capacitor, and with a thin copper wire I carefully insulated it behind the grab handle. That night the same guy grabbed the handle and got quite a shock. The third shift person told me in the morning, Randy burned his hand. He didn't. In the Navy I painted all my tools red. It was easy to get my tools back. Oh the memories. Stan

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