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NO, wouldn't do that...then you're dealing with a even larger change in temp and that will make the lower temp feel even colder...

I know, I work outside and once you get outside and get use to it, it isn't all that bad!
 

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Gas Man said:
NO, wouldn't do that...then you're dealing with a even larger change in temp and that will make the lower temp feel even colder...

I know, I work outside and once you get outside and get use to it, it isn't all that bad!
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, the wise one has spoken. All praise the outdoor working GAS MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Yeah, it doesn't seem like a good idea to me either. Like Matt said, you'd think it would eventually just dry it out, or break down the safety-ness of it. Such extreme temperatures like that aren't good for many materials. Don't think I'd chance it with the gear. :eek:
 

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I'm sorry, but iff anyone considers putting their gear in the oven to help keep them warm while riding, then it's just too damn cold to ride, or they need to buy different gear. :screwy:
 
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