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  1. Thread: Does Klein make

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    I use the supply house ones. The best one I got...

    I use the supply house ones. The best one I got for free was from Tekmar. They never twist or bend. You get them when you buy one of their controllers.

    I own a 12 piece set of screwdrivers made...
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    I have a mastercool set. It worked well for...

    I have a mastercool set. It worked well for several years until I let a coworker borrow it.

    I would get the yellow jacket because it has the reverse bender option. The one from Northen Tools...
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    Hey Joe, I had the same problem last week. I...

    Hey Joe, I had the same problem last week. I ended up cutting all the wires off. Stripped them and soldered them back on. I had get my dad to help me hold the wires while soldering. I would reccomend...
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    Caleb E, I also have the same problem. What I did...

    Caleb E, I also have the same problem. What I did was hook the MB clip to the d-ring on flap side. I also used a caribiner on the top of MB bag and hook to the Tech LC handle for a secondary safety....
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    Thanks Brent for another fantastic review. They...

    Thanks Brent for another fantastic review. They are very detailed and in depth. I'm curious off all the digital gauges which one you like the best?
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    Thanks for the review Brent. Seems like the SMAN...

    Thanks for the review Brent. Seems like the SMAN 4 has some nice upgrades. I will stick to my AK 900 until something better comes out.
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    I have those gauges in my truck still. Of all the...

    I have those gauges in my truck still. Of all the analog gauges I've used, I like them the best. I would suggest getting boot gauges. They make another series 41 manifold with brass gauges but they...
  8. Thread: Backpack

    by Twigga
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    I have a veto tech lc and its probably around...

    I have a veto tech lc and its probably around 30lbs. I use a hand cart from Costco. It's cheap and works great. Best thing about it is its foldable. Space is a premium for me cause I work out of a...
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    I have had my X3 set for about 3 years. I have...

    I have had my X3 set for about 3 years. I have had no issues with warranty claims. The big thing is you need to register everything right away. Including when you get replacement tools. I have...
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    Veto LC or Tech LC

    I am looking at getting a veto but not sure which one. I would love to hear your thoughts.
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    The only bad experience is when you realize you...

    The only bad experience is when you realize you wasted your money buying another brand and now u have a giant paper weight sitting in your truck.
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    Ridgid Pipe Wrenches

    I wondering where's the cheapest place online to get them. I am after 14" and 24" aluminum. Also a 14" spud.

    Thanks in advance
  13. Thread: fluke 116

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    I also have the fluke 116/322 hvac combo. It's...

    I also have the fluke 116/322 hvac combo. It's good for everything I do. The only problem I have had with the 116 when I leave out too long in the rain and it stops working. It's not waterproof. I...
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    I have always used a micron gauge and tried to...

    I have always used a micron gauge and tried to get as low as possible. I usually get below 500microns. I was told if it holds under 1000microns after 10mins you have no leaks but have a bit of...
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    I used a YJ for awhile until the seal blew and it...

    I used a YJ for awhile until the seal blew and it kept getting harder to get the schraeders to hold. Then I tried the Appion one and its superior to the YJ. Its beefier and the only one that's vacuum...
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    I've had both the tom tom and garmin. Garmin is...

    I've had both the tom tom and garmin. Garmin is more accurate and faster than the tom tom. The only thing I like about the tom tom is that its easier to use and its easier to avoid streets that you...
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    thanks for your replies. i have never heard of...

    thanks for your replies. i have never heard of the bluvac but i will check it out.
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    need help on evacuation equiptment

    I search and read most of the threads about micron gauges here. The two that seem to be recommended the most are the Thermal 14571 and the YJ 69075. My local supplier has both that are warranty...
  19. Thread: service wrench

    by Twigga
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    You can try getting a 1/4" ratchet and use a hex...

    You can try getting a 1/4" ratchet and use a hex key adapter socket. I have a craftsman one. Its better to get individual sockets that have the hex key built into them.
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    thanks again guys for your input! It worked, took...

    thanks again guys for your input! It worked, took alot longer than usual. Then again my meter has never been this soaked, I think I poured out 2 tablespoons of water.
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    Fluke Error Message

    my fluke 116 got soaked. i took it apart and dried it out. after i put it back together and started it up. i now get the message "F11 Err" I googled the error message and it says its an internal...
  22. Thread: Multi

    by Twigga
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    i have owned both. I prefer the Lenox over the...

    i have owned both. I prefer the Lenox over the Klein because the bits seem stronger. Especially the no. 2 phillips and slotted. The new Klein 11-1 has the cool schraeder remover and schraeder thread...
  23. Thread: Nut Drivers

    by Twigga
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    Kent that is very true I wish they had magnetic...

    Kent that is very true I wish they had magnetic nut driver that had a bigger hole for through bolts. But I think the magnet needs to be that size to hold bolts and screws with all the metal shavings...
  24. Thread: Lenox Tools

    by Twigga
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    thanks for the feed back guys. I was thinking of...

    thanks for the feed back guys. I was thinking of getting 1/8" to 1 1/8" or 1/8" to 1 3/4"
    not sure which one would suit me better. What size does yours go up to?
  25. Thread: new combo kit

    by Twigga
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    I own a Ridgid R963 kit. Its okay but good enough...

    I own a Ridgid R963 kit. Its okay but good enough for what I do. I use to be an installer in residential but am now commercial service tech. I find the batteries don't nearly last as long as the and...
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