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    I normally just use the Dewalt cordless lights,...

    I normally just use the Dewalt cordless lights, since I already have the batteries for my other cordless tools.
    Their 18V fluorescent work light is my current favorite, but I do also have the...
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    I have a Holepro kit with carbide cutters. Not...

    I have a Holepro kit with carbide cutters. Not sure of the model, but I think it is good for holes up to 9 inches. I usually just poke a wire insulation hanger down from the attic where the center of...
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    Robo, it looks like Thermal Engineering made...

    Robo, it looks like Thermal Engineering made them. Model HS-1, discontinued, but you can still download a copy of the user manual from this link if needed....
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    That ratchet drive attachment on the CPS looks...

    That ratchet drive attachment on the CPS looks like a great idea. More than a couple of times I've wished I had 6-foot arms like an orangutan for flaring anything over 3/8" tubing with my YJ. It...
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    I've been using the YJ 60295 eccentric flare tool...

    I've been using the YJ 60295 eccentric flare tool for a while now and really like it. I also have a couple of different size YJ flare/swage block kits if needed, but don't normally use them all that...
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    I don't currently own either of those tools, but...

    I don't currently own either of those tools, but I believe that the Ridgid 377 is a 37-degree flare used on things like brake lines, so is that the right one? I think their 458 is the 45-degree for...
  7. Yes, Grainger. The Proto J9866 looks very...

    Yes, Grainger. The Proto J9866 looks very similar. I may just have to pick one of those up for myself.
    http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/PROTO-Double-End-Screw-Starter-4R113?Pid=search
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    I read something on another site about this one...

    I read something on another site about this one being a possible match for that model, so not guaranteed....
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    Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but...

    Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but I have a set of these long Fluke probe tips that I use for things like testing Molex connectors.

    http://www.tequipment.net/Fluke8845A-EFPT.html
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    You could probably use any tool box with...

    You could probably use any tool box with dimensions of at least 21 X 6 X 4" or maybe something like a sawzall case. I have a storage case from an old Bosch 11224 rotary hammer that fits it perfectly...
  11. Thread: Draft simulator

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    I don't own one yet, but I saw that in another...

    I don't own one yet, but I saw that in another post here last year and thought it looked interesting. I just couldnít seem to justify the $200.00 price tag it carried at the time. I think now though...
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    Another thing about the Tech 60 is that I don't...

    Another thing about the Tech 60 is that I don't think the older version 24-7232 has the IR printer capability that the newer version 24-8217 does, even though they look basically the same.
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    Nope, neither one of them does draft. If you...

    Nope, neither one of them does draft. If you don't already have the instruction manuals or spec sheets, you can download them here to see what each can and can't do.

    Pro 110:...
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    I started using those Crescent Auto/Ford style...

    I started using those Crescent Auto/Ford style adjustable wrenches again over the last few years. What's funny is that I had two of them for many years that I almost never used, so sold them on ebay....
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    I think the 110 may be a better unit, but since...

    I think the 110 may be a better unit, but since it's been discontinued, I don't know how long repair parts will be available from Bacharach if it needs to be fixed some time down the road. I have the...
  16. Thread: Flaring tool.

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    I've never felt I needed a storage case for it,...

    I've never felt I needed a storage case for it, but I have the YJ 60295 ratcheting eccentric flaring tool that does 3/16" to 3/4". It works great and looks almost identical to the Ridgid, but the YJ...
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    Yeah, it looks like on your Ridgid that arrow by...

    Yeah, it looks like on your Ridgid that arrow by the 30-degree mark would indicate the back of your second 90-degree bend on a back to back bend. My Ideal benders use a star-point instead, but it’s...
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    With something small like a pilot screw cover,...

    With something small like a pilot screw cover, I'm wondering if maybe you could use an adjustable watch case opener wrench for it.
    ...
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    I donít have that 16-gallon, but I bought a...

    I donít have that 16-gallon, but I bought a Ridgid 14-gallon vac last year for use around the shop. Itís a great vac and IĎm pretty happy with it overall. If you decide to get one, I would also...
  20. Thread: UV Light

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    Don’t tell anyone here, :beat:but I have the...

    Don’t tell anyone here, :beat:but I have the Tracerline Optimax rechargeable blue LED flashlight. It’s pretty bright and they claim it’s comparable to a 150W UV lamp, but I can’t confirm that since I...
  21. Thread: impact driver

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    You can get one of these 3/8-inch chuck adapters...

    You can get one of these 3/8-inch chuck adapters for your impact, if you want to go that route. I have one for my Dewalt and it works okay with spade bits for drilling 2X and HSS drill bits for sheet...
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    Thanks, thatís good info. I had been looking over...

    Thanks, thatís good info. I had been looking over those Klein pouches online, but wasnít sure if they would fit the puller. Now that I know, Iíll be ordering one of those today. :cheers:
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    Storage Pouch for Ultimate Puller

    Any ideas where I can find something like a vinyl or canvas pouch big enough to fit my Ultimate puller?
    Iím tired of always having to hunt around for those damn blade hooks when I need them, so...
  24. Thread: Hole Hawg?

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    Iíve had my older 8-Amp Dewalt DW124 joist and...

    Iíve had my older 8-Amp Dewalt DW124 joist and stud drill for probably about 12-years now and still really like it. The newer model supposedly has an 11-Amp motor, but I havenít had an opportunity to...
  25. Thread: camera scope

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    No, I just have the SeeSnake Micro.

    No, I just have the SeeSnake Micro.
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