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  1. Goodman 75k 90+ gas furnace with 2.5t ac, 3 years...

    Goodman 75k 90+ gas furnace with 2.5t ac, 3 years old. Great unit. Uses NO gas, In fact don't even have the gas line connected. I use a waterstove connected to a coil in the ductwork. Heats great!...
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    solar heat

    Skippedover is right in the point that a forced air system will zap the heat quickly from a solar storage tank. In most cases, the storage will only last for 2-3 hours in cold weather. If you want to...
  3. A nip-it sealing fitting and a pair of leather...

    A nip-it sealing fitting and a pair of leather drivers gloves($5 at most supply houses) work well for me
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    First time I have seen that....interesting. ...

    First time I have seen that....interesting. Could be a good tool. When I saw the post, I thought it may have been similar to the Ridgid Rapidgrip...
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    Most of the companies I have worked for had the...

    Most of the companies I have worked for had the policy of "Here is a list of tools that you need to buy." One of them had the $50/month,$600/year tool replacement program. I liked that setup.
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    Wonder if Fluke could team up with Compaq?...

    Wonder if Fluke could team up with Compaq? Company I used to work for had me on a rooftop going through the program on a new controller we had installed. I saw a storm coming, packed up everything...
  7. Thread: tool

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    Ductboard makes a neat looking job if you use it...

    Ductboard makes a neat looking job if you use it to insulate around sheet metal duct. That is the only thing I would use it for.
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    The 3 tools I carry with me at all times: 1. My...

    The 3 tools I carry with me at all times:
    1. My Leatherman tool
    2. A 2AA Mini Maglite upgraded to LED
    3. A 6" Crescent brand adjustable wrench

    Never know when you might need them!
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    I have an Imperial set like rimek has a link to...

    I have an Imperial set like rimek has a link to on his post. It is a little expensive, but well worth it. I would also recommend the Imperial tubing cutter that goes with the set. It does have to be...
  10. Thread: Gps?

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    Got a Garmin c330 for Christmas. I really like...

    Got a Garmin c330 for Christmas. I really like it, but not all of the address locations are accurate. Just a couple of weeks ago, I went to a service call 1-1/2 hours away from our shop. I followed...
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    I have a Craftsman 1/2" drive clicker. It works...

    I have a Craftsman 1/2" drive clicker. It works ok in most positions, but sometimes it does fail. I tried to get them to replace it and they told me it was over a year old, therefore, it was out of...
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    My personal drill is a Dewalt 14.4 that I have...

    My personal drill is a Dewalt 14.4 that I have had for about 5 years. I have had to replace the chuck on it once and the batteries have been replaced once. It is coming to the end of it's useful life...
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    I didn't know there was any brand of threaders...

    I didn't know there was any brand of threaders other than Ridgid. It's all I will use
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    I have a Lockformer with Pipe lock on the other...

    I have a Lockformer with Pipe lock on the other side. To radius, you will need to pittsburgh the heel or throat and use a (ahh shoot got brainlock) 1/4" turning tool (? help?) on the radiused edges.
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    yep. The Craftsman 19.2v set like the picture. I...

    yep. The Craftsman 19.2v set like the picture. I use the drill almost daily and use the saws about once or twice every 2 weeks.
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    I have a Fluke 73 with an amp clamp, but I use a...

    I have a Fluke 73 with an amp clamp, but I use a Fluke 16 most of the time
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    I agree that it is a good thing to know, but as...

    I agree that it is a good thing to know, but as long as I have access to a pittsburgh machine, That's the way to go!
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    I have one. It is handy a lot of times, but I...

    I have one. It is handy a lot of times, but I have seen certain times when it would not turn enough to tighten the locknut. I also wonder if it has "stretched" out of its original shape . Sometimes I...
  19. Thread: megohmeter

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    Fluke 16

    I have a Fluke 16. I really like it . It is a good size and will do everything I need, except for amp clamp.
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    My boss provided me with this set. The drill is...

    My boss provided me with this set. The drill is very good, the light is fantastic, the circular saw and the sawzall are ok, but they eat up battery life pretty quick. I have also had to dispose of...
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    Sorry for the confusion. I meant I would not run...

    Sorry for the confusion. I meant I would not run them all into 1 pipe. I have also ran as many as 4 through a roof at once
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    That will depend on the manufacturer. I...

    That will depend on the manufacturer. I personally would not do that. Every brand I have used so far has required seperate vents for each unit
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    Looks like he needs an indirect boiler connected...

    Looks like he needs an indirect boiler connected to it also.:)
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    Like these other folks said, check the manuals...

    Like these other folks said, check the manuals first and foremost. On the 90+ furnaces, most of them are able to be vented with PVC pipe. BE SURE to check the lengths of pipe the manufacturer says...
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    I'm working on the posts. will be there soon. ...

    I'm working on the posts. will be there soon. Thanx
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