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    Fluke 324.....

    Not gonna post a pic or anything..... bought one last week when I thought I had lost my little 323.... went with the 324 this time because of the capacitance feature..... and the light....

    Found my 323 by the way..... but I was wanting another small clamp meter.

    This one came with a case..... the cheap leads from fluke...... and a temp thing....type k..... integrated into a dual banana connector....... guess they want the folks who use the temp feature to be forced to buy a new assembly every time...... those b*stards...... Im tossing it into a drawer....lol

    Anyway... didnt have much to do so I thought Id post this...

    Left my crimpers on a roof last week..... hopefully I left them in the unit and not on top of it.....

    I have a pair of thomas and betts linemans pliers with a built in crimper but they sort of suck as crimpers.... cant afford to go out and buy another t@b crimper.... but I might get a klein.... or maybe even some no nome brand..... or just get two stones and lay the connection out on one stone and bash it flat with the other one.....
    She's a meth cookin mama in love with a pill crunching man....

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    324 is my regular service meter.. I think its great for the money... got it a couple years ago $135 at URI. I'd recommend it to anyone.

    I have the klien crimper too, from hd. Meh, Its a crimper.

    Just watch your fingers with the stones

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    Years ago i had a vs commodore 3.8 litre utility, with a fibreglass canopy with ladder racks on top.

    One day after work i put a 1/4 - 3/8 drive socket on the roof between the fibreglass canopy and the ladder racks whilst i was loading all my gear, but i forgot to put the socket set away.

    As i was turning through a heavily congested intersection, i notice their was a UFO screaming past my drivers side window, at first i assumed someone had thrown something at my service vehicle but once i notice it was raining sockets everywhere i realised what had happened, i pretty much had two options, stop traffic and pick up a hundred sockets or put the pedal to the metal.

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    So what did you do red?

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