You can pick up a kit for installing your own brass grommets at Walmart, K-Mart, Shopco, various fleet stores and whatnot. Usually they contain a dozen or so grommets, the hole punch and the crimp die(s)... it will cost you less than the price of a box-o-beer. Most often I see them in the "camping" area, close to the tent stakes, water proofing and such. I've used 'em, they work, and they're easy to do. If you fold the "cut" edge under a couple of times so the grommets are installed through 2-3 layers the edge lasts longer and the holes are more durable....I realize that I'll lose the grommet holes on one side of the tarp...
By the time I'm done with them they are so nasty that the only thing left to do is throw them on the woodpile
They make a great fuel source as well
That would explain why Ross walks around with that #### eating grin.It's no secret that you use the dirty ones for washclothes.:hmm3grin2orange:
Yes, yes it does. This thread also needs more mention of Scotch, leather bound books, and my dog Baxter.This thread needs.....
But what about Stihl Ultra, and fuel stabilizer? Do you love them, or are they just yesterdays news?And moisture meters, and the Mingo, and the X27