i love gearwrench's but i find the shorter ones much more useful, esp. on blower change outs
Originally Posted by TXSuperman
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
Things in my pockets all the time, working or not:
Minni Mag light
Mini craftsman adjustable 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
my lousville slugger and my sledge hammer.
Powered Screw Driver
Ratchet refer wrench
and of course the...
Company Work Van
Thankful everyday for the Company provided work van.
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.
Last edited by ptemko; 12-14-2007 at 07:05 PM.
Testo 330-1 Combustion analyzer.
In the winter anyhow.
Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.