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  1. Thread: New here

    by Eddie1KRR
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    Hahahahaha! Needed that laugh after today. ...

    Hahahahaha!
    Needed that laugh after today.

    Welcome to the site and best of luck Paul!
  2. Impact and a driver with hammer function. I use...

    Impact and a driver with hammer function. I use both drills daily in installs and the hammer function probably once a week for disconnects and strapping 3/4" pvc etc.
    Iv'e only been using an impact...
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    At times I wondered if they were worth the price...

    At times I wondered if they were worth the price too. I have 4 main bags, only one is a Veto so far (about to get a second veto) and so far, no how many modifications I do to the cheaper bags to make...
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    I hate to hear this stuff lately about Fluke's...

    I hate to hear this stuff lately about Fluke's customer service cuz I really do like the product....At least the old stuff. Still carry my old 1995 ish fluke 23 as my everyday meter.
    I did try to...
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    You'll love them! Coming up on a year here with...

    You'll love them!
    Coming up on a year here with mine in service and I could not be happier! I had one small issue where my apprentice didn't realize they were 1/4 turn knobs and cranked on it last...
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    Parts and tools, I try to carry a lot of ...More...

    Parts and tools, I try to carry a lot of ...More than most since mine is a service and install truck too. I can't tell all of what you have there, but what I do see is full rolls of liquid tite and...
  7. Thread: tool bag

    by Eddie1KRR
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    I prefer an open top bag over one with zippers....

    I prefer an open top bag over one with zippers. It's a nice easy grab all the time to get stuff and shove it back in it's place. Even when the bag is packed in the van and I just want a couple things...
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    No medicated drops, just re-wetting drops for...

    No medicated drops, just re-wetting drops for about a month. Like said above by others, I don't think I near needed them that long, but I did what they told me just in case.
    I was better than 20/20...
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    I had it done about 7 years ago, best money I...

    I had it done about 7 years ago, best money I ever spent!
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    373941373951 I would kinda figure out what...

    373941373951

    I would kinda figure out what your end goal for the car is, and look around and see if you can find one done already. for example, if you are looking to build a 1/4 mile car, you can...
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    +1 Great post. I was fortunate to be trained...

    +1 Great post.
    I was fortunate to be trained under a guy once I got in the field (on the service side) that really enforced this kind of thinking and it was awesome. I learned a TON on P.M. calls...
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    Thanks for the great review! After reading it,...

    Thanks for the great review!
    After reading it, I finally ordered a set and they are on their way. I Can't wait to check them out!
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    I've used quite a few...Not for our trade, but...

    I've used quite a few...Not for our trade, but for shade in the pits at the racetrack when I was doing superbike trackdays.

    They are nice to have I imagine for our work too. My experience with...
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    Here is my basic set up (The Veto is ever...

    Here is my basic set up
    (The Veto is ever evolving since it is a new bag to me still after a couple months and is currently about 32 lbs) I set up the Veto here going into heating season, so a lot...
  15. Happy New Year guys and gals!

    Happy New Year guys and gals!
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    Aurghhhhh, I hate going back in the house to...

    Aurghhhhh,
    I hate going back in the house to give the awkward explanation of why they have no heat, and will be cold showers for a couple days.

    What sucks worse is I usually loose them as clients...
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    A little something I caught earlier this week....

    A little something I caught earlier this week. Prevention of incidents like these could start as easily as this.
    http://anarchistsoccermom.********.com/2012/12/thinking-unthinkable.html

    In real...
  18. Missed this thread somehow when first posted...

    Missed this thread somehow when first posted up...
    I had a duct install in a nasty shallow crawl on friday all day where the old set up was using the crawl as the return plenum, then a couple no...
  19. Thread: New member.

    by Eddie1KRR
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    Welcome! Sounds like you are learning from a...

    Welcome!
    Sounds like you are learning from a real knowledgeable guy. I would definitely learn all you can from him. That kind of diversity will teach you a lot of controls and electric understanding...
  20. Man, I have tried that trick a whole lot of times...

    Man, I have tried that trick a whole lot of times now, for me at least, it almost never works. I think I have got about a 10% success ratio with it at very best.
    I always have to leave an open...
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    I hate to see a fresh set of snips get destroyed...

    I hate to see a fresh set of snips get destroyed that way by a lazy installer or a new guy who didn't know any better. On the bright side, when it does happen, you have a new set of 'beater snips'...
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    +1 for Midwest. They were even better when they...

    +1 for Midwest.
    They were even better when they were sold under the Craftsman name and had the lifetime warranty :D
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    Those do look pretty slick and wouldn't take up...

    Those do look pretty slick and wouldn't take up much room in the bag out of the case. I carry some now, but they don't adapt easily to my drill...I think I'm going to give these a try thanks!
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    Happy Thanksgiving guys!

    Happy Thanksgiving guys!
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    LOL! They added more scrap value to the pile...

    LOL!
    They added more scrap value to the pile there with the chain...It looks heavy.
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