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    Looking for a left handed magnet fishing magnet

    Do you know where I can buy a left handed magnet?

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    BILL

    Jul 2015
    s.tier NY
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    I have a couple , how much money do you have ? I also have left handed metal detectors if your interested.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3cylbill View Post
    I have a couple , how much money do you have ? I also have left handed metal detectors if your interested.....
    Are they hard to find or something?
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    DetectorRob left handed magnets are rarer the hens teeth....
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    I'll sleep when I'm dead

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    Order one from Australia. Their right-handed magnets are left-handed in the northern hemisphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsorgnzd View Post
    Order one from Australia. Their right-handed magnets are left-handed in the northern hemisphere.
    Good point, they also race turning right not left....
    I'll sleep when I'm dead

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    Just buy a regular right handed one and then stand on the other side of it when you throw it out

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    Aug 2013
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    As much as the left handed magnets are.. its the left handed cord you attach it to that'll really cost you.
    It's worth it though.. if you've ever thrown out a right handed cord with your left hand you know what I mean..

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    Blue Springs, MO
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    On a side note it is important to have the proper equipment.

    Being right handed I have tried using a left handed magnet. Kept having to throw back all the left handed treasure it pulled up..

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    I knew this would be a hoot lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by insontis View Post
    On a side note it is important to have the proper equipment.

    Being right handed I have tried using a left handed magnet. Kept having to throw back all the left handed treasure it pulled up..
    All the left handed stuff I pull up I just make a pile and sell it as scrap metal. Be careful it takes a left handed trash bag to put it in trough. I also noticed that the pick up truck has the steering wheel on the other side also.

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    PADI Divemaster #181371

    Feb 2019
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    They're right next to the blinker fluid over in automotive.
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    I found a magnet that some one had LEFT.... HANDED it over to some one else. Sorry,
    I should have saved it for ya.

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    ROFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by djqix View Post
    They're right next to the blinker fluid over in automotive.
    Yup, right next to the muffler bearings on aisle 3..

 

 
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