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 Posted: Tue Nov 16th, 2021 02:20 pm
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Roger Borg
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I took a screenshot of this a while ago, but now that I finally have a reason to ask, wondering what these are called and where to source them.
Have a kid and the house a donut want to fry him. Removable rubber insulators would give me some relief until I can take them off in a few years and return to original form.
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 Posted: Tue Nov 16th, 2021 02:22 pm
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Whoops, meant to read DON'T WANT TO FRY HIM.But a fried donut sure would be nice...

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 Posted: Tue Nov 16th, 2021 05:23 pm
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Those were used on many lantern batteries. If you're lucky, they will be the right thread.

Or try an electronics supply house.

~Sparky~

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 Posted: Thu Nov 18th, 2021 10:52 pm
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Darryl Hudson also sells them.

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