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Discussion: Use for Broken Bats

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July 23, 2014
Men's 50
73 posts
Use for Broken Bats
I was changing my Serpentine Belt on my F-150 and as always you need a cheater bar, to slip over your socket wrench for leverage on the Tensioner Pulley. As usual the pipe I use every three years was missing. So I looked over in the corner, at 6-7 senior bats that were cracked on the barrel, and wondered,, sure enough ,sawed at about 20" from the knob, the U-2 made the most perfect cheater bar I've ever had, grip on the handle and knob for leverage. Anyone else found a use for old cracked bats?
July 23, 2014
Men's 50
20 posts
I don't have a use for them but my wife does - she uses them as examples why I am not allowed to have any other hobbies !!!
July 23, 2014
Men's 65
3146 posts
I've cut off the last 4 or 5 inches of a broken bat and use that part for a pencil holder.
July 23, 2014
Men's 70
659 posts
My wife makes lamps out of my broken bats.
July 23, 2014
hemi racer
Men's 65
237 posts
I would NEVER tell my wife a $200 might brake!!
July 27, 2014
222 posts
The 1st U-2 I bought was 300.00.I made a lamp when it got broken.My wife tells visitors look at the 300.00 lamp.
July 28, 2014
Men's 50
73 posts
That's hilarious JR !!
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