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What cha think guys.....a kuzzi to keep your beer cold or you sling warm, lol

Would actually work pretty good as a lightweight sling carrier, jus by adding a belt loop strap stitched on.

This is a Birch ply frame I'm working on using the "Bow" template from the templates section.
I am thinking of adding some small palm swells on each side.

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Very clever - however (hey that rhymes!)

Did you take the time to read the fine print on the inside of the Kaiser Permanente koozie? To wit:

WARNING - This insulated beverage holder is meant for non-alcoholic beverages only. Kaiser Permanente does not condone the use of alcoholic beverages, which the Surgeon General determined may be addictive and/or contribute to numerous diseases, including kidney failure, neuralgia, and episodic miasims. By accepting and/or using this insulated beverage holder, you expressly agree to indemnify, protect, and otherwise hold harmless Kaiser Permanente, its affiliates, assigns, and successors in interest. Any modification of this insulated beverage holder is strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted as a violation of 15CFR2809.437 and all related statutes, procedural rules and administrative regulations. Any modification of this insulated beverage holder the results in use as or in conjunction with any weapon, as defined by 23CFR23764.845, will be referred for prosecution. By accepting this insulated beverage holder, you agree to waive your rights to a jury trial and submit all disputes to binding arbitration through JAMS/End Dispute. All such arbitrations will be heard in Alameda County, CA. Please review these terms carefully before any use of this insulated beverage container.
 

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Yup you have the disease too.. awesome idea!! That's what we need up here to keep our frames warm :) cool little flip as well.
Thanks Shane, we actually get our ABB drives in and they are mounted on either Birch ply or multiplex pallets, which get tossed by my elect. lab guys, and "somehow " always wind up in the back of my F150....it's the weirdest thing, lol

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