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  1. #14
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    Snap on...anything wears out on it and I get a new one.Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1350013425.530357.jpg
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    Prefer bahco for their insulate terminal block screwdrivers.

  2. #15
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    Wiha and Klein, 1000 Volt insulated.

    CT

  3. #16
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    klein is the way to go

  4. #17
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    Wiha

  5. #18
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    Name:  Hit this button than go wheree the pic is in your files.PNG
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    Quote Originally Posted by socotech View Post
    I use Wiha extra heavy duty screwdrivers. Sorry I don't know how to post pictures.
    Hit the button in pic when u hit reply than go to folder where your picture is and hit to add file. If u don't have picture than copy and past where the picture is on the internet. Go to address bar start from right side hold down left mouse key and drag to the Http or www it should be hilighted than hit right side key of mouse and select copy than u can upload threw URL if u than right click again but this time hit pasteName:  Hit this button than go wheree the pic is in your files.PNG
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  6. #19
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    I think Im going to buy a couple of wiha screwdrivers.

    I lost my old craftsman precision screwdriver....3/32 inch blade and th closest thing I can find to it ....I liked its longer length..... is a wiha.

    I went to this website....

    http://www.micro-tools.com/store/sea...spx?openid=590

    and found a couple Im going to buy and try.....and while looking around I saw a couple of larger "normal" wiha screwdrivers I also might buy.....something like a 1/4 inch and a 3/16th.......... or whatever their metric counterparts are

    Not those black wihas with the metal exposed on the end either...... I need these for electrical work.......lol
    "I believe this is a sovereign state of Nevada, I abide by all of Nevada state laws. But I don't recognize the United States government as even existing."

    Cliven Bundy.... Patriot ???

  7. #20
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    I bought a set of Klein journyman drivers, the handles feel good in the hand and they hold up well.

  8. #21
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    I like my stanley/proto set from grainger... Works for me just fine

  9. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by kls-ccc View Post
    I bought a set of Klein journyman drivers, the handles feel good in the hand and they hold up well.
    I like those too, are the tips strong or soft ???

  10. #23
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    Klein is swell, just don't ever let DGT spray hit the handles.

  11. #24
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    I recently bought the Klein ratcheting type. Maybe it's a 10 in 1 i forget. When i get used to it if i do ill rate it. It's ok. I'm generally a regular old 6 in 1 kind of guy. Fits easy in the back pocket for service calls

    Sent from my HTC Sensation 4G using Tapatalk 2

  12. #25
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    I swear by the RE Michel 6 in 1 with the red plastic/black rubber handle. 4 bucks, works great. I've lost half a dozen of them, never broken one. I just buy another every once in awhile.

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