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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXSuperman View Post
    Can't live without my ratchet wrenches
    i love gearwrench's but i find the shorter ones much more useful, esp. on blower change outs

    for me - well i try to keep the most used tools on my, i have a 4 pocket klein tool pouch where i keep a klein 10in1, klein kurve wire strippers, klein 7" needle nose. and knipex alliagtor c-lock

    gotta love klein

  2. #15
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    Things in my pockets all the time, working or not:
    Minni Mag light
    Cell Phone
    Mini craftsman adjustable wrench
    Refrigeration wrench
    Boiler valve bleeder key
    Small single blade pocket knife
    pad of paper and a pen
    I r the king of the world!...or at least I get to stand on the roof and look down on the rest of yall

  3. #16
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    my lousville slugger and my sledge hammer.

  4. #17
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    Powered Screw Driver
    Ratchet refer wrench

    and of course the...
    Company Work Van

    Thankful everyday for the Company provided work van.
    Chad

  5. #18
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    Hangin out with you losers
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    The coupon for money off new equipment on the back of my bissiness card


    Lady; " Why does my furnace smell like its burning?"
    Scott ; " Hers a card call the number on the front and tell them you have a coupon for a new one , See you later!"
    I remember my first day,It was fun!

  6. #19
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    I went into the new LOWES here in Hamilton that just opened and took alook around and the one thing that I did buy was a IRWIN 9-1 screwdriver. I was looking for a screw driver that could do it all and made more room in my tool bag.

    http://www.irwin.com/irwin/resources...crewdriver.pdf

    Peter
    Last edited by ptemko; 12-14-2007 at 06:05 PM.

  7. #20
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    Testo 330-1 Combustion analyzer.



    In the winter anyhow.
    Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
    -Albert Einstein

  8. #21
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    My Brain is the tool I use the most, next comes my TlX pda, for all the things I can't remember. It also keeps track of my time/schedule, plays music/musicvideoes when I need a little cheering up. My favorite tool is my Fluke 87, I think its 16 years old, the only thing that doesn't work is the back light.

  9. #22
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    Can't beat the mini mag light I use that daily. leak soap! Every morning flashlight on my belt...1/4 and 5/16 chuck in pocket ....My most used tool that I have is my g.p.s. system . Hell I can't live without it now that I have it.

  10. #23
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    m-cooling, Have you tried the new minimags with the led? This is the one thats a little longer and is engineered by maglite. Throws out more focusable light than a 3 D cell mag light.

  11. #24
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    I have been using the 2AA cell led 3 watt mini mag lite. When the batteries are getting low the light starts acting up like having a hard time to get it to stay on. Just put in 2 more new batteries and good to go.

    Peter

  12. #25
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    I havent tried the led ones. I dropped my first one in the lake one night fishing off the boat. Been using this same one now for probably 4 yrs. Also , if a customer has a t-stat that takes batteries, I can pull the 2 aa 's out of my flashlight and be on my way.

  13. #26
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    why is the irwin tool better the a trusty Klein 10in1. the only thing you cant do with the Kline is tap on it with a hammer.

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    PHMTECK

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