Type: Posts; User: Justhowe
I've been to several of his seminars. Awesome speaker! I'm a sheep dog.
General Dynamics XR-1. Use it daily. Awesome tough computer.
Streamlight SL-20x LED for me. It's pure awesome.
I have been using the last couple of weeks as a back up. It is nice, and its KLEIN! Not that I'm biased at all.........:grin2:
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Alcomech, nice attachments there. Thanks for posting them.
Thanks boys, that link helped a lot. I measured the loops and stack height and came up with 1/4 horse. It has eight poles and a stack of 1.6".
Does anyone know how o tell the size of a motor without any nomenclature? I could just take it in but wanted to know your thoughts. It's off an old condenser. I think it's probably a 1/4 horse.
I've used spade bits, hole saws and the ol' drill a bunch of holes method. I like the spade bits. When they get dull I just take them to the tool sharpener to fix them up. For holes in metal I use...
Nice work......I've had a few with similar leaks.
I have a Fluke pro3000. I don't use it often, but when I do it saves a lot of time.
I have Dewalts, Makitas, Craftsman and Milwaukee. I like the Makitas the best. They seem to feel for comfortable, have a longer battery life, and are perfect for me.
I liked the Craftsman's ones, when they we're all made in the USA. Can't go wrong with Klein though.
Ratchet wrenches and a small Craftsman 1/4 kit. The rest are in the truck. I use the ratchet wrenches most often.
I've always had good luck with Klein nut drivers. It's been almost ten years and their still holding up good.
I've had bad luck with these type of bags. Number one I always tend to overload it. I prefer a smaller bag for diagnostics. After finding the problem I go back to the truck and throw any additional...
I second that
Four generations in my family have worn Red Wing Boots. I love my 1907's!!!