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Eeeek,

you like those?

I have always gotten mine from aerostich.com... The red tapered jobbies. Way comfortable and easy to put in...

Either way, those are CHEAP!
 
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I use the super-cheapies too - I pretty much throw them away after each use - a track session or a ride. Here is the same person I got mine from (off ebay - 2 years or so ago, box of 200):



ebay link
 
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I use these...they're no name brand, squishy foam and are mostly used in construction. They're approx 0.75 cents per pair and are washable/disposable.
 

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ccwilli3 said:
Eeeek,

you like those?

I have always gotten mine from aerostich.com... The red tapered jobbies. Way comfortable and easy to put in...

Either way, those are CHEAP!
$6 each? :eek:
 
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ccwilli3 said:
Eeeek,

you like those?

I have always gotten mine from aerostich.com... The red tapered jobbies. Way comfortable and easy to put in...

Either way, those are CHEAP!
For some reason, the larger yellow jobbies work better for me than the more slender, tapered variety.

Edit: If one of you jackballs tries to take that comment out of context and make some sort of dildo joke, I'm personally comin' to your state and kickin' yer ass.

:nopity:

Edit II: It is pretty facking sad that you people have made me think this way, always watching my back and assuming I'll be attacked out of the blue.
 
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phozed said:
I use the super-cheapies too - I pretty much throw them away after each use - a track session or a ride. Here is the same person I got mine from (off ebay - 2 years or so ago, box of 200):



ebay link
That's a superb deal! I'll be ordering up a box right about NOW!

Thanks! :cheers2:
 

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Just buy a carton of generic smokes and use the paper cutter at work to slice off the filters. Shop around and you can find the cigarettes for under 15 bucks . . .:idea:
 
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be careful when ordering with having tried the plugs prior. some of the cylinder shaped plugs, as opposed to the cone shaped ones, put WAY too much pressure on the inside of my ear canal. but that is just me. and it hurts :crying: YMMV
 
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Chain wrote:

" If one of you jackballs tries to take that comment out of context and make some sort of dildo joke, I'm personally comin' to your state and kickin' yer ass."



If it would get you out to Grattan in June.....
 
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Chain said:
For some reason, the larger yellow jobbies work better for me than the more slender, tapered variety.

Edit: If one of you jackballs tries to take that comment out of context and make some sort of dildo joke, I'm personally comin' to your state and kickin' yer ass.

Must... resist... temptation :rotfl: . Chain, you left that one so wide open that it wouldn't even be sporting...
 

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Chain said:
For some reason, the larger yellow jobbies work better for me than the more slender, tapered variety.

Edit: If one of you jackballs tries to take that comment out of context and make some sort of dildo joke, I'm personally comin' to your state and kickin' yer ass.

:nopity:

Edit II: It is pretty facking sad that you people have made me think this way, always watching my back and assuming I'll be attacked out of the blue.
All of you are a bunch of pansies!!


Chain, shopping for an RC already??!
 
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:rolleyes: Sigh, OK ND4, here goes...

Chain, I am sooo glad that you get a bigger thrill out of the larger (thicker) plungers, er, yellow jobbies than the more slender, tapered variety. BTW, your invitation to visit me in Tucson is officially cancelled!!! :gay:
 
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Aerostitch.Com sells sample earplug kits. #1200 is the part number for the reusable pack and #1100 is the number for the disposable. Worth a try if you are trying to find comfortable earplugs. Easiest way to find them on their website is to search for the part number.
 
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Bacchus said:
:rolleyes: Sigh, OK ND4, here goes...

Chain, I am sooo glad that you get a bigger thrill out of the larger (thicker) plungers, er, yellow jobbies than the more slender, tapered variety. BTW, your invitation to visit me in Tucson is officially cancelled!!! :gay:
You and Zoltan are both cold meat. :sniper:
 
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