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Old 01-08-2010, 11:56 AM   #1
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Thanks for the input I got here on CT, I ordered new pro knee pads.

About 15 years ago, my wife had a botched knee surgery & has to wear & very high dollar brace. She can't kneel on the floor because the brace mars the floor if she puts here weight there & if she shifts her weight to her knee cap, she can't stand it. Even though they are too long, she put these new pads on last night & crawled around on the floor. Now I'm gonna have to spend another $250 & I'm not whining one bit about it either. Thanks guys.
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:01 PM   #2
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Thanks for the input I got here on CT, I ordered new pro knee pads.

About 15 years ago, my wife had a botched knee surgery & has to wear & very high dollar brace. She can't kneel on the floor because the brace mars the floor if she puts here weight there & if she shifts her weight to her knee cap, she can't stand it. Even though they are too long, she put these new pads on last night & crawled around on the floor. Now I'm gonna have to spend another $250 & I'm not whining one bit about it either. Thanks guys.
I think you should get her a bottle of champagne and a couple roses too...

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she put these new pads on last night & crawled around on the floor.
oh, behave!!!!!


Glad they are gonna work for you!
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My pro knees were one of the best things I've ever spent money on. When we're doing long day flooring they save my knees and back. Good Buy
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Good buy, your knees will thank-you!
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