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Old 08-25-2009, 09:19 PM   #1
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Just For the Heck of It....

You know...for many years I have seen the following item which is pictured below, but I never know what it was for.

It is amazing what you can learn if you just take the time ...but I am now curious ...just how many of you know what it is??

Take a look....



Any guesses??
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Just thinking it might be a Tie Clasp for a mans Tie.


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Old 08-25-2009, 10:41 PM   #3
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I have no idea, could be a body piercing, but I have no idea. Drop us some hints MM!
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Old 08-25-2009, 11:33 PM   #5
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An Extension for a lit Match!
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Old 08-26-2009, 09:03 AM   #6
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MonacoMama,I am amazed you would remove a variable multiplex pin from a wobble shaft to take a picture of it. Are you aware if the wobble shaft is operated at minimum wobble rate that with out that variable multiplex pin that it could come lose and at maxim wobble rate would escape the gravitational pull of earth and could travel to orbital distance from earth and possibly collide with a satellite and the debris from the collision could effect all orbiting matter causing a domes day effect on a far distant planet in some unknown solar system?.
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Yep.....match extension.....definitely....
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It is a match holder for a Charbroil made propane grill. I'm not sure that anyone has ever used it but I had one on both my home grill and my Grill 2 Go in the MH.

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Use the link, pick model 461230404 and find part TT
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Bingo! I became curious when we got the new grill for the S/B location. I actually did search for it in the manual to see what it was used for. So... now you know what to do the next time your auto igniter won't work!

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I picked one up in a campsite a week ago and kept it ,but didn't know what it was. Now I know. Thanks Mama!

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.. now you know what to do the next time your auto igniter won't work!
Hmmmm, my auto igniter on my Charbroil quit several years ago. Probably makes better sense than what I do: Turn the gas on full, stand back & flick matches at it until it ignites.

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Well I'll be tarned! It's a match-lighting stick. Who'd a thunk.
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Well, I'll be durned. And to think I've been using a butane torch lighter for all these years. Is that why it goes WHUMP when it lights_?
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Its the proto type of the Aim N' Flame.

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