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  1. Thread: Hammer drills

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    I've had a Bosch bulldog for like10 years. I dont...

    I've had a Bosch bulldog for like10 years. I dont use my cordless hammer drilllfor more than a couple small holes. More or bigger holes and out come the sds and spline drills
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    I have a b-tank turbo torch.been using it for 14...

    I have a b-tank turbo torch.been using it for 14 years no problem. Anything in a really tight spot or over 1 1/8 I use oxy setup
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    Thanks. I'm going to clean it and test it next...

    Thanks. I'm going to clean it and test it next weekend when im not on call
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    Nevermind. Bought a jb dv-200 this morning

    Nevermind. Bought a jb dv-200 this morning
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    Also thats b. S. They gave hime a used loaner bag...

    Also thats b. S. They gave hime a used loaner bag for a warranty replacement. By that logic we can replace condensers under warranty with used ones because hey, it works better than your old one.
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    No, i like not living in my van. I just don't...

    No, i like not living in my van. I just don't think veto tool bags are woth the extra $$$. They're nice bags, but overpriced. And if you think questioning the wife about her shoes is dangerous, then...
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    I don't understand the infatuation with veto...

    I don't understand the infatuation with veto bags. I get it that they're durable but I'm going on 4 years with my current bag. I think I paid $40 for it at the depot. So if I replaced it today, and...
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    New vacuum pump suggestions

    Hi guys I could use some suggestions. My secondhand Robinair vac pump isn't really doing the job anymore and i feel like its a good time to upgrade. Doing mostly resi and light commercial ac...
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    I use the wheels. After i fold up the legs and...

    I use the wheels. After i fold up the legs and secure them with a strap i attached to the back leg, i point the legs at the back bumper and stand it up. A 180 degree spin and the heavy end is on the...
  10. Thread: Ripped off

    by wsm0807
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    No but the maintenance staff has. Last guy was a...

    No but the maintenance staff has. Last guy was a retired electrician, good guy. The new guy is a pretty shady character.

    Sent from my SPH-L710
  11. Thread: Ripped off

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    Ripped off

    So I was working on a walk in cooler Tuesday evening at an assisted living facility. Got the antique working again, did my paperwork and headed home. Yesterday I go to grab my combination wrenches...
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    The "new" rigid 300 at our shop is 30years old....

    The "new" rigid 300 at our shop is 30years old. They last a lifetime

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  13. Thread: Soot vacs?

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    Sid Harvey makes a soot vac, nearly identical to...

    Sid Harvey makes a soot vac, nearly identical to a sootmaster but $150 cheaper

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    I have a little husky 1/4" ratchet set, goes up...

    I have a little husky 1/4" ratchet set, goes up to 1/2" and 13 mm. Its in a 4x6 case about 1.25 inches thick. Fits in my tool bag nicely. I use it all the time

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    A lennox hack saw and a sharpie can get you...

    A lennox hack saw and a sharpie can get you pretty far

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  16. Is this a trick question? Sent from my...

    Is this a trick question?

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    I want one. Bad. That thing is smarter than my...

    I want one. Bad. That thing is smarter than my helper

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    Personally I like the 4ft flexible gas connector....

    Personally I like the 4ft flexible gas connector. I mean, who has time to thread pipe nowadays?

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    I have the LTE. The regular bluevac was out of my...

    I have the LTE. The regular bluevac was out of my price range but the lte is a great micron gauge I use it 3-4 times a week never any problems.
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    he was referring to the return. a 5 ton drive has...

    he was referring to the return. a 5 ton drive has a two sided blower and you will be short on return air only going in one side. If you bring the return in thru the bottom or both sides you will get...
  21. Thread: Tools

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    a tape measure, a pocket note pad/ pen and...

    a tape measure, a pocket note pad/ pen and pencil, a pocket knife. These are like american express dont go to work without them
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    with the exception of ladders there is not one...

    with the exception of ladders there is not one single company tool on my truck and thats how I like it. These are MY tools that I bought to work in my chosen profession. Ive had my boss repair tools...
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    I put in a multi zone fujitsu today, I like them....

    I put in a multi zone fujitsu today, I like them. They blow cold ( & hot ) air and customers dont have to go into debt for them. The 5/16 service valves are a pain, but not a huge one.
  24. Sticky: my start

    I got into hvac indirectly. I started a plumbing apprenticeship right after high school. After 2 years plumbing was not challenging me too much anymore and I started learning heat service and...
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    I keep a 1/4", 5/16" & a 3/8" in my pocket all...

    I keep a 1/4", 5/16" & a 3/8" in my pocket all day i think they are 2 3/4" long. i have a 6" set in my tool kit but i dont use them much. I do service most days and find the med length ones the most...
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