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#34549 - 02/14/04 07:26 PM Texas Snowman
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Here is a picture:


This was submitted by Waymag of Texas.
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#34550 - 02/14/04 07:58 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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His right hand looks a lot like a Klein 98002BT!

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#34551 - 02/14/04 08:25 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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the right hand is 11/32 and left hand is 3/16 nut driver. Never use them hence they were hee at the house ha ha ha ha ha.

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#34552 - 02/14/04 08:58 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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We were just chatting don't you know...

Back in South Africa 'klein' means small. And I though TX'ns had BIG hands

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#34553 - 02/14/04 10:17 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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But this Texan DOES have big hands. LOL!!!!

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#34554 - 02/15/04 07:55 AM Re: Texas Snowman
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The red devils used as eyes is a nice touch. What'd you use for the schnozzola?

Any idea what would be good to use as "coat buttons"? I'm thinking these black snap-in grommet-type clamps used for NM cable....

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#34555 - 02/15/04 01:19 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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for other uses of Klien tools click here and
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#34556 - 02/15/04 01:51 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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Very nice!
The mouth is a locknut, and the nose looks like a wirenut (?)

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#34557 - 02/15/04 02:38 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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I use my 11/32 a lot (fluorescent lamp ballast mtg. nuts). By the way, I thought it didn't snow in Texas. Nice job on the snow man though.
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#34558 - 02/15/04 03:54 PM Re: Texas Snowman
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The nose is a 3/8 drill bit i shoved in. It does not snow here very ofter so everyone was out playing in it.

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