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Old 11-19-2019, 02:31 PM   #253
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Heavy, padded, leather faced, woven gloves? To change pads? If so then... well... OK.



Well, I actually have never changed just pads, now that I think about it. Usually includes rotors, or I need the brake off to get at something else like wheel studs. Yes on thick gloves for rusty rotors.
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Apparently the whole concept of the right tool for the job doesn't apply to gloves. As long as you have some on that make you look like a pro all is good no matter how much they interfere with the task.
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Well, I actually have never changed just pads, now that I think about it. Usually includes rotors, or I need the brake off to get at something else like wheel studs. Yes on thick gloves for rusty rotors.
The point was that the gloves he used are not suitable for the task of CHANGING PADS not that people should not use gloves. I thought I had clarified that point but I guess not.


Screw it, I am going to go fill my washer fluid up


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The point was that the gloves he used are not suitable for the task of CHANGING PADS not that people should not use gloves. I thought I had clarified that point but I guess not.


Screw it, I am going to go fill my washer fluid up


Will you be wearing gloves when filling washer bottle?
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As pictured.
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Just got me thinking about the headlights washer.. does it work at the same time as the windscreen washer? I ask as I have never seen washer residue on the front bumper of the car.. but the headlights are always clean...
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And I thought it was a library photo. Impressive protection!! I presume that the safety data sheet for the washer fluid specifies such protection.
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And I thought it was a library photo. Impressive protection!! I presume that the safety data sheet for the washer fluid specifies such protection.
No it says you don't need it but if I am going to wear gloves I am gonna look good doing it!
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No it says you don't need it but if I am going to wear gloves I am gonna look good doing it!
Yep, I think you will look great.. I like the yellow sections... Very coming.. shame the yellow bits weren't orange.. just don't go splashing washer fluid on your trousers.. gloves and wet patches on trousers not a good look..
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Yep, I think you will look great.. I like the yellow sections... Very coming.. shame the yellow bits weren't orange.. just don't go splashing washer fluid on your trousers.. gloves and wet patches on trousers not a good look..
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Okaaaay... I'm sensing that you may have a mild but strange fetish to dress up when tinkering with your Lava..
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