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what gloves do you guys suggest for working with carbs,,and gasoline?
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Latex/nitrile seem to do the job and maintain dexterity.

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I go to walmart, buy a set of the 2.00 stretchy gloves then put a pair of latex over. So my fingers don't get cold.

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Are you going to inside and warm or outside and freezing your TUKUS off. because when you get gas on cold hands it only makes it worse. those microflex black dragon gloves work good.

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Thanks everyone,,and inside. My TUKUS is to **** old to be out in the cold lol
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I picked a box of the blue stretchy gloves from our local CT and they seem to work. Unfortunately, my poor old crippled up hands don't allow me to do much fiddling outside in the winter and those little gloves won't work. Maybe I can buy a pair of those bulky snowmobile mitts to adjust carburetors? Nah, I don't think so.
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Second the nitrile glove suggestion. Carb work requires dexterity. Try to bring the carb inside so cold fingers aren't an issue.

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