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Old 05-22-2018, 06:56 AM   #71
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Protect a tow, hands get dirty?

First, I have 40+ years as a mechanic type person who is used to getting his hands dirty. I don't wear gloves unless (a) it is very cold and I must work outside (b) to prevent blisters while using yard tools, etc. (c) dump station duties or handling chemicals.
However, I have started keeping a pair of gloves in the bag with the tow bar stuff and wear them during connecting, disconnecting. After everything is installed or removed, (including PAT) I throw the gloves back in the bag. Simple solution. YRMV
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Old 06-19-2018, 04:37 PM   #72
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I don't put it in a bag, I roll it up while attached to the rear of the MH and fasten the roll to the rear of MH with bungee cords. Takes me one minute if I am slow about it. Yes, hands get dirty.
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