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Unice 4 month s ago
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I'm no fisherman but those look more like ampules containing some pure metal element used in chemistry.
       
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Nell 4 month s ago
I am a fisherman and those are definitely noise makers for plastic worm lures. Get them at any well stocked big-box sports store.
       
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Valentina 4 month s ago
I enjoy these type posts.
       
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Tricia 4 month s ago
#14 isn't it a jack fruit?
       
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“Several rolls of this were donated to a thrift store. It doesn’t have any adhesive and is kinda waxy feeling.”

A: “They are thorn guard strips, meant to be mounted inside bicycle tires, between the inside of the tire casing and the innertube. In theory, they help prevent tube punctures, and they do an OK job of it.”

 

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