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Ok the baby wipe pack was actually out there as part of a project. Lol. A lady was having my wife make her a fancy case/wrap/thingy for the wipe package to go in.
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Ok the baby wipe pack was actually out there as part of a project. Lol. A lady was having my wife make her a fancy case/wrap/thingy for the wipe package to go in.
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Uhhh...

...you do realize that the Huggies containers get smaller as sheets are removed? When they get low enough, that "lid assembly" may not be reaching the hole in the "case."
 

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Uhhh...

...you do realize that the Huggies containers get smaller as sheets are removed? When they get low enough, that "lid assembly" may not be reaching the hole in the "case."
That’s why this wipe purse ain’t for the hard huggies case. These are in a soft package. I zoomed and screenshotted ya a closer look.
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That’s why this wipe purse ain’t for the hard huggies case. These are in a soft package. I zoomed and screenshotted ya a closer look.
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Well, I did look back at the case you made, and now I see the zipper, which indicates that the case isn't a hard case. Sorry about that.
 

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Any of you guys do welded wire frames? I am wanting to make a LED lighted wreath for next Christmas to hang on my garage. I found a good frame to start with, but they do not have a "bow" and I can not find one that does. The lighting part I got, getting the bow part I have not figured out. This is the wreath frame, I would have just posted a pic but could not get one.

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Then of course when I had the oil changed the guys were recommending a rear brake job . . . I'll change the oil in my truck, but I'm not a fan of crawling under the Highlander.

I think the rear brake issue is solved. We tow a big RV all over the place and when not towing that, it’s a trailer with a load on it.
The tow package uses the rear brakes to compensate for trailer sway like when meeting a semi on a 2 lane road on a windy day with the rear brakes.
Truck also has limited slip rear wheels that the brakes also are used to control which wheel gets a little drag on it to get traction to the other wheel.
 

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Great thread. Man Ive got to get a lift. I almost bought one a few months back but I need to do some research on them before I drop that kind of money. I know nothing about them.

I don’t know what the website is but one can buy a used Walmart or other big store lift when they have determined they are at their “end of life” for safety reasons as determined by OSHA or their insurance company, don’t know which, but a little internet research might get one in your ballpark.
 

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I don’t know what the website is but one can buy a used Walmart or other big store lift when they have determined they are at their “end of life” for safety reasons as determined by OSHA or their insurance company, don’t know which, but a little internet research might get one in your ballpark.

Good to know. Thank you.
 
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