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    Well ch4man I guess your right. Maybe nobody uses a daignostoc bag. I was just thinking it would be easy to use something small. Figure out what's going on and then Ho get the big guns. I was looking at a clc electricians pouch it has a shoulder strap an I would care my meter,refer wrench, needle nose, dikes, and wrench, 6 and 1 maybe a few more things. But definitely this thread is much better if people post some pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalieri85 View Post
    Well ch4man I guess your right. Maybe nobody uses a daignostoc bag. I was just thinking it would be easy to use something small. Figure out what's going on and then Ho get the big guns. I was looking at a clc electricians pouch it has a shoulder strap an I would care my meter,refer wrench, needle nose, dikes, and wrench, 6 and 1 maybe a few more things. But definitely this thread is much better if people post some pics
    Check out post #26.


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    Thanx ac 5096 for the pics gives me an idea maybe that will get the ball rolling

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    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread....clc%2C+painted

    here is the thread I referenced.

    It has pictures.
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    I just use my tech LC for everything most of the time. I will just take the 11 in 1 and a meter for something easy though.


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    In 30yrs I for the life of me cannot find the magic combination of diagnostic bag or total loaded bag so I just use a small husky open top with hard carry handle on a fold out 2 wheeler (houses I do are half a da** block long etc) then leave the wheeler near the door outside. If i need the total loaded bag I go back with the wheeler and bring it back and so on and so on. Guys at the shop laugh at me and say "come on old man" but then a few weeks later they are copy catting my short cuts that fit there own situation!

    This also includes many diagnostic short cuts that are not in a book, just you learn how to narrow down to the real problem.

    I don't think at 56 and used up there is an answer to this!

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