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    Midwest for most work they are the best, but wiss...

    Midwest for most work they are the best, but wiss strait for cleats and heavier stuff they are cheaper to replace.
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    It depends on the brand of fittings you will use....

    It depends on the brand of fittings you will use. REHAU has there own expander and sleeve compression tool. Watts uses crimp rings or cinch clamps for thier pex depending on fittings. Uponor also...
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    I bought the Milwaukee 3 weeks ago and love it so...

    I bought the Milwaukee 3 weeks ago and love it so far. Very compact, fits in my Veto. If I need to replace stripped screws it can drill new screws without killing the battery. Remember it is only a...
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    I have a LC and when accessing roof via a ships...

    I have a LC and when accessing roof via a ships ladder I find the base too wide and sometimes catches the cage.
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    Is there a low pressure gas switch. You may be...

    Is there a low pressure gas switch. You may be having low pressure situation when you are not on site.
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    Put in a proper computer room unit and recommend...

    Put in a proper computer room unit and recommend a back up. Way less hassles when something breaks down and you know it will.
  7. Check the instruction manual for venting...

    Check the instruction manual for venting termination, most manufactures have different requirements.
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    My truck was busted into in my diveway, smashed...

    My truck was busted into in my diveway, smashed the rear window. They only took my sawzall and cordless drill, probably didn't know what the rest was.
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    Love my 902 but couldn't justify paying for the...

    Love my 902 but couldn't justify paying for the 52-2, bought a TPI for 1/3 of the price and it works great.
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    Purchased YJ Brute in summer love the 3/8 hose...

    Purchased YJ Brute in summer love the 3/8 hose for pulling a vaccum. Only buy YJ most suppliers have gaskets instock when you need them.
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    Anyone try the milwakee 12v?

    Anyone try the milwakee 12v?
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    I had one just the same, young couple buys house...

    I had one just the same, young couple buys house and was told there is no filter to change. 3 years later the motor dies on a very cold saturday night. Sorry about your luck pal.
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    MAPP for soldering 1" and pipe. Oxy/Acty for...

    MAPP for soldering 1" and pipe. Oxy/Acty for brazing refrig piping and larger pipe.
  14. Thread: Chainsaw

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    I used a Stihl MS 250 to clear a builing lot for...

    I used a Stihl MS 250 to clear a builing lot for a cabin, cut a ton of pine and maple. Always worked well.
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    That Irwin looks good I like the 3/8 nut driver...

    That Irwin looks good I like the 3/8 nut driver and the metal looks alot thicker than other brands.
  16. Thread: Manometers

    by slapdash
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    I had one of those dial gauges when I started out...

    I had one of those dial gauges when I started out until another mechanic showed how inaccurate it was. I use a oil filled U tube that is always accurate, and always ready to go (no filling with...
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    I have a both Fluke 902 and UEI 389. UEI was...

    I have a both Fluke 902 and UEI 389. UEI was giving erratic measurements at low microamps. I wanted a second meter and the Fluke 902 was on sale, but it does not read millivolts.
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