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no. actually, come august, you WOULD DIE down here :)
whatever is fastest and most accurate.
i prefer cooper-atkins
and my testo 905T2 is most awesome for quick surface temps
i also have a fieldpiece dual temp meter that uses more readily...
04-13-2013, 12:11 AM
you don't know of them, just because they don't know of it either.
you start handing out a printed test result of their system being low on charge, actual black and white data from their system...
and you'd have to pay shipping lol
bend over :eek:
i could not agree more!!!!
instead, lets open another area of the forum :D
it's time for drippies to unite :D :D
hvacrbusiness will send ya the sell sell sell stories about lobster that went from nothing to major bigtime ripping sheeple off and still doesn't know the difference between R22 and R717.
not worth the time nor money IMHO
ummm contracting business... the guys that provide this site for you... free, last time i checked :)
not only my employer, but my customers too.... well, most of them anyway :D :D
03-26-2013, 09:23 PM
those 570's will do you just fine :)
define suitable for everyday wear?
you rocking the oil spotted tear in the ass pants to church on sunday?
03-25-2013, 09:55 PM
you ain't kidding!!!
i left the auto indusrty, still have all 50k worth of my tools plus another 12k in tool boxes.
i entered the HVAC industry almost ten years ago and have been quite...
american made is going to be snap on, cornwell, and matco. possible S&K is still american made, judging by their prices, i sure hope they still are lol
am unaware of a 1/2" drive set that goes...
03-22-2013, 11:31 PM
dumb question, did you calibrate the probe to? input the numbers on the sensor? also, try cleaning it :)
that was a secret, now am gonne have to kill you ;) lol
i've also been known to use a conduit bender :)
just throwing that out there
can download pdf from y/j interweb page if you cannot locate the one that came with it :)
the sensor on that one is replaceable. not sure how much that is.
i would certainly read the owners manual and see what it says for cleaning and try that first.
maybe then contact Y/J....
hydraulic expander is the best tool i have!!!
for $329 and being in business for yourself, it pays for itself a helluva lot faster than you think! fittings aren't cheap. doubling the chances for...
03-20-2013, 10:09 PM
meh, the h3ll with'em
there's plenty of suppliers for the same tools out there. it's not like they've come up with must have new tool that nobody else offers :)
03-20-2013, 10:04 PM
yes, i use oil on a flare fitting.
but i was referring to the other things you had mentioned. and i grouped nylog into that category.
i'll have to do some personal testing to see that nylog...
03-19-2013, 11:00 PM
i'll never understand putting anything on a FLARE fitting....
maybe it's just me...
mastercool makes a decent one. i've used it and the Y/J, and they're identical IMHO But am partial to Y/J tools myself...
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