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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching?
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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching? 4 Years, 1 Month ago  
I looked for a year and finally settle on this from the Outer Banks. Thought bite outta the board seemed right. It is solid rubber so it sticks to my pocket so it is not easily dropped out of the pocket onto the ground like the first one that I lost right after getting my bike.
 
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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching? 4 Years, 1 Month ago  
Sorry I screwed up the last post I am still new to this and trying to figure it out so any way here I my key fob.

Never mind I cant seem to get the pic size right to small enough to be accepted. It says I am still over the 54kb size . Sorry
 
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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching? 4 Years, 1 Month ago  
Best option is to get a photobucket account. They are free and all you do is click on the "IMG" code and it will copy it. Then simply paste the code in your post and it will pop right up.
 
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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching? 4 Years, 1 Month ago  
You know, you could just wrap the other keys in BACON. I hear it improves everything!
 
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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching? 4 Years, 1 Month ago  
Warden wrote:
You know, you could just wrap the other keys in BACON. I hear it improves everything!

Right on Warden!
 
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Re:What do you use to keep your keys from scratching? 4 Years, 1 Month ago  
Warden wrote:
You know, you could just wrap the other keys in BACON. I hear it improves everything!

Being a recovering Chef, Don't you think this was my first option? Got tired of having to run to the dentist every time I needed to use my keys!
 
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