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Old 07-14-2014, 06:29 PM   #41
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I thought I was losing my mind. Posts 22-30 had some repeats going on.

It all makes sense, I guess, on what the OP did with the keys. There are not enough people in the world that have soft hearts like that.

I keep telling myself that I'll be old one day. I hope somebody has patience with me when I get(more) confused about things.

Hope things work out.

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I have a door key hid in a magnetic box somewhere on my TT frame.
Not telling where. Hope I remember where I put it.
As this is my first time posting on this forum I might be having some initial problems navigating and may have repeated myself...or maybe my mind really is on the down slope and I'm forgetting what I said? Oh well. Thanks to all for the lively conversation. Did not know I was going to generate so many responses. I feel like I just met a whole bunch of new friends!
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Old 07-14-2014, 06:49 PM   #42
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I just spent three weeks trying to find my house keys. Finally took spares to Lowes and replaced my YMCA at $3 per family member... and they immediately showed up on a shelf where I put them while working on a project. *sigh*

Napercussion you will find this a helpful place. Hope we can help more.
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Old 07-14-2014, 06:50 PM   #43
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YMCA tags that was. Blame the tablet.
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Old 07-15-2014, 08:42 AM   #44
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I appreciate your compassion today more than I would have 10 years ago. At the age of 67, I'm frustrated that I can't remember WHERE I PUT MY ________________! Today I'm on the look-out for an LED flashlight and a family heirloom adjustable wrench! Now where did I put them?
DW found the flashlight this morning - in a bag of stuff she removed from our old trailer just before our trailer trade! Whooda thunk?

Now... whirrrzzz that wrench?
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Old 07-15-2014, 09:40 AM   #45
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DW found the flashlight this morning - in a bag of stuff she removed from our old trailer just before our trailer trade! Whooda thunk?

Now... whirrrzzz that wrench?
That's where I'm afraid my keys are...in a bag of stuff she threw away!
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After reading this thread and checking my keys I discovered I was down to my last Kubota tractor key. I called the dealer to get another and found out that each tractor model has the same key. Therefore the key that fits mine also fits every other Kubota that is the same model number as mine. Or to put it another way I could just carry my key with me and when I see another tractor like mine just drive off with it. So much for keys and security. I thought I was safe all these years.
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Old 07-16-2014, 02:32 PM   #47
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Today I'm on the look-out for an LED flashlight and a family heirloom adjustable wrench! Now where did I put them?

DW found the flashlight yesterday. Today I found the wayward wrench!!! Yahoo... I'm on a roll!

Er, uh... the wrench was where I put it and where I'd already looked. I need more assistance!


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Old 07-16-2014, 02:40 PM   #48
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DW found the flashlight yesterday. Today I found the wayward wrench!!! Yahoo... I'm on a roll!

Er, uh... the wrench was where I put it and where I'd already looked. I need more assistance!


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Well ya know how the old saying goes: it's always in the last place you look....


unless you're the type that keeps lookin' after ya find it.

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After reading this thread and checking my keys I discovered I was down to my last Kubota tractor key. I called the dealer to get another and found out that each tractor model has the same key. Therefore the key that fits mine also fits every other Kubota that is the same model number as mine. Or to put it another way I could just carry my key with me and when I see another tractor like mine just drive off with it. So much for keys and security. I thought I was safe all these years.
I knew lawnmower keys were about like that, as you can pick them up at big box stores like Lowes.

Boat keys are like RV's too. I needed a spare for my Yamaha outboard, and easily just ordered it off the internet, pre-made. Just needed the 3 digit code.
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Old 07-16-2014, 09:24 PM   #50
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Well ya know how the old saying goes: it's always in the last place you look....


unless you're the type that keeps lookin' after ya find it.

Nope... I stopped lookin' and started wrenchin;!
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