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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhunter97 View Post
    Mainly service I bet with that veto? What does one of those weigh roughly when all loaded up?

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    Yes, I mainly do service on commercial refrigeration and light commercial hvac. Very few installs. It weighs about 35lbs.

  2. #15
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    Feb 2004
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    British Columbia, Canada
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhunter97 View Post
    Huh I do love the heavy duty leather pouch. Thought about a one of those "veta pro" bags or whatever but they seem pricey.

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    My LC is going to turn 7 years old in a few months. $150/7 = $21.50/year or $0.40/week which equals 6 cents a day!
    Tough, reasonable and perfect.

  3. #16
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    Jan 2013
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    The Cheese State
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    Well when you look at it like that it only makes sense

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  4. #17
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    Jul 2012
    Location
    Near Chicago Il.
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    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 of the refer stuff is tucked away in pockets, I suspect come summer, I'll be hating that and re-vamp the bag again a bit lol.

    The Veto is my service bag, and residential furnace A/C replacement bag. I like an open top bag for service, so this one suits me better than the Tech LC.

    The orange bag holds my 2 drills, and one handed saw, charger, and everything related like blades, drill bits, extension 1/4" 5/16" and self feed bits up to 2 1/8" After that, it's off to the truck.

    The red bag, holds my sheet metal pouch and everything else metal working related (folding bars, dividers, seamers, duct clamps, chalk line etc.) along with a few other things that are beginning to make that bag heavier than I would like.
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  5. #18
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    Feb 2006
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    USA
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    I have a few toolboxes on my truck where I store various things I don't use frequently. One for meters, manometer, etc . . One with soldering and brazing stuff. One with certain hand tools I use on occasion. I keep the veto at the door. I'm debating on getting rid of the veto or getting a smaller pouch type bag for service/repair with tools I use more frequently for that time of year.

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  6. #19
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    Jul 2012
    Location
    Cincinnati ohio
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    Here's my tech LC
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  7. #20
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    XL

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