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Author Topic: Beer Can Spacers  (Read 5424 times)

Offline Merz

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Beer Can Spacers
« on: 09-08-2006 -- 14:53:43 »
5340-01-241-3205 is a suitable sub for those spacers in the back of beer cans that are always getting snapped off.  The old NSN just gives you a "No Information Available" screen.

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Re: Beer Can Spacers
« Reply #1 on: 09-08-2006 -- 16:59:20 »
Just to clarify...

You do mean the stray voltage detectors/preload armament ckt testers right?  Not the kind you enjoy after a hard days work.   :lol:

F-15 or F-16?  It's been a while...
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Re: Beer Can Spacers
« Reply #2 on: 09-08-2006 -- 17:19:39 »
Yes, please clarify.  Some of us drink beer from bottles, and are all confused...
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Re: Beer Can Spacers
« Reply #3 on: 09-11-2006 -- 10:57:22 »
This would be for the F-15 beer cans(Stray Voltage Detectors). Less filling, less taste, and best served at room temperature.

 

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