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Old 12-21-2004, 08:09 PM   #11
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We use the same sort of fix at Wal-mart. We just call them patch/plug combos. They do work great (except when we run out of them and the boss doesn't order more!) But yeah, fix a flat is a pain. People tend to use it on the types of flats that it doesn't work on anyway (large hole, side wall puncture, etc..)
I have been in that out of patches spot before (luckily for me there is another Auto Center a halfhour drive from me so I can go steal some) but its uh ussually not the manager just not ordering them it usually the techs not telling me (the manager) that we are getting low....they tend to come in my office and say, hey bos were all outta patches....im like....well thanks a bunch fer friggin telling me that we were runnin low so i could order some more (then i get in my car and go pilfer some from the other store) DANG TECHS
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lol....yeah, you white shirts are something else
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