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Discussion in 'General Automotive Topics (non 6th Gen Mustang)' started by rubyinla, Sep 17, 2018.

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    Probably more info than you wanted to know, but... :)

    My feeling is the amount of noise varies by user. One of the reasons, as I understand it, is from damage done to microscopic hairs inside your ears.
    https://www.mayoclinic.org/-/media/.../08/26/10/31/ds00365_im00193_ww5r606t_jpg.jpg

    Check out this graphs on this page: http://www.helpcharts.com/decibel-range-chart-info.html They give guidelines on how much noise you can stand and the duration. One chart is labeled: "Always wear hearing protection for anything over 85 dB!"

    All I can tell you is wear ear plugs or ear defenders when u'r using the leaf blowers, power tools, buffers and such.
    https://www.harborfreight.com/industrial-ear-muffs-43768.html

    Good luck!
     
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    Thanks for the informative response! I'll probably go pick up a pair of muffs this weekend. I've been a little careless with my hearing and need to be more careful. Especially concerts and loud cars.
     
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