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I don't know about the rest of you, but my better half always reminds me to take off my rings when I am working on the stang. Well last night I forgot, bent it up and had a tough time getting it off. Then I took my flair tool and got looking (less oil, grease and road grime) like new. Thank goodness for good tools.

Thanks.

Rusty

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Good advice, especially when working with electrical equipment or machine tools...

That's the only time I take my wedding band off and Renee is happy that I do....she wants that finger to stay on my hand for a long time *G*...

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My father - in - law ran a gas station several years ago and in changing a battery, almost lost a finger. The wrench contacted one post and the ring touched the other. When he grabbed the ring, he pulled most of the skin off the finger too. When I got married, I had worked for him about 6 months. My wife put my ring back in the box right after the honeymoon for that reason.
 

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When I was in the Navy, I forgot to take off my ring while working on a search radar waveguide and got across two high voltage terminals. Knocked me right back into a steel guard rail that kept me from dropping off the platform to the steel deck 15 feet below. Have never forgotten since. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif

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