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Old 10-01-2012, 08:16 PM   #1
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Default How should I adjust the tethers on my Neckgen/Defnder?

I read this, but it doesn't speak to adjusting the lateral tethers. I could not get the tethers set so I could still easily look at the mirrors and still have the lateral support tethers "engage" before my helmet hit the sides of the Defnder. I am confused.
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Also, does anyone have a Necksgen/Defnder and a cat who is not obsessed with chewing the green helmet hasp releases? The cats make me crazy when I have the helmet out. I'm sitting on the sofa trying to adjust this **** and the cats keep biting and chewing on them, lol.
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I've found airsoft guns do well for getting rid of annoying cats.

warning! lol Harsh bro... note to self, never make fun of hustlers pus

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My cat tries to nest inside my helmet when I'm taking the pads out to clean them. Rather irritating.
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I think the solution is to get a German Shepherd to keep the cats in line.
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Hustler, have you tried spraying the helmet with dog urine to keep the cats away?

You may need several applications for maximum effect.
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Hustler, have you tried spraying the helmet with dog urine to keep the cats away?

You may need several applications for maximum effect.
Thanks for the advice. Which breed is the most kinky?
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hustler it looks like our cats are twins (yes her arms are crossed)
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I have a black cat, tortie, and white/tabby polly.
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Don't lie. You don't have cats - they have you.
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I think the solution is to get a German Shepherd to keep the cats in line.
infraction coming your way...
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