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    Veto Backpack

    Veto is working on a backpack . Anybody have info on that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I also Agree with a [B
    Veto Pro Pac [/B]tool bag. I have a install bag (large), service bag(smaller), and a bag for measurement tools, temp, meters, amp probes and all other expensive electronic test instruments. They are a great company to deal with. I am rough on my tools an this bag has been the only one that could handle my punishment. You want to protect all your expensive tools and have them neat and easily accountable. I was involved with the testing and development of the HVAC specific bag. I wish all companies that make HVAC related products would work with people that actually work in the field when they are in development of products.
    http://professional-power-tool-guide...lc-sneak-peek/

    About to order my one....

    http://www.newtechindustries.com/pro...-Tool-Bag.html

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    ive had my hvac lc bag for a couple of months and im really liking it. the only bad thing about it is that im finding a way to put more then i need into my tool bag and at the end of the day im always trying to downsize it because it can get too heavy then i realize. not really a bad thing just a bad habbit i guess. and i do have my tp3 bag also. i used it a few times and it works wonders. its soo convient. i just realize now that i did not get a tape thingy with mines. i keep my tape inside which is kinda annoying.

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    Yes it is true. It was in their last newsletter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Yes it is true. It was in their last newsletter.


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    No pics yet.


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    Been thinking about getting the lc guess I'll wait and see what this is.

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    Sicofthis is right. I want to see this.

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    To carry a refrigerant jug up a ladder take a look at the Juglugger.

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