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Gadove

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  • Birthday 05/05/1980

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    Corey
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    North Bergen,NJ
  • Occupation
    Welder

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  1. Nice Pics, CrisK!!!!
  2. Just my 2C I have been using a Lufkin 25 foot 3/4" tape for the last 30 years. The first thing I did was unwind a few time to take the pressure of the tape. The tape has always closed quickly but the last foot is without much power. I figure 30 years for a tape measure is a good deal. https://mechanicfaq.com/tape-measures-for-woodworkers/" . I have only had that one for 25 years. Did the same release of tension when I first got the tape. It is a cheap tape without a lock, black plastic case that has a hole broken in one of the corners. But the tape still works without and hangs and is easy enough to read. My wife decided I needed a new tape a few years ago. She got me a Craftsman 30 foot 1". The tape works okay. I don't care for the action, it is larger in the hand than I like but sometimes it's the tape I see in my shop when I want to measure something so I use it. I know some people will wrap tape at the tip so there is a "shock absorber" when the tape retracts.
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