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  1. #144
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    my klein stripper/crimper sees probably the most use other then the usual 6 in 1, voltmeter etc.

  2. #145
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    For Trane RTU....a quarter

  3. #146
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    Pepper Spray

  4. #147
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    What we have here? A bunch of kids with 20-20 vision?
    My most valuable tool are my bi-focals! And of course the LED flashlight comes a close 2nd.

  5. #148
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXSuperman View Post
    Can't live without my ratchet wrenches
    Amen to that brother!

  6. #149
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capz View Post
    What we have here? A bunch of kids with 20-20 vision?
    My most valuable tool are my bi-focals! And of course the LED flashlight comes a close 2nd.
    I'm with you Capz, if I dont have my readers I cant freekin see to do anything! If it aint lite up nice and bright comes in second also.
    Some Talk, Some Do
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  7. #150
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    1- my hands
    2- light and my eyes
    without them I can't do or see $hit
    It's hard to stop a Trane. but I have made one helluva living keeping them going.

  8. #151
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    fieldpiece sc77, use it on every call, has never let me down in 3 years

  9. #152
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    Smart phone.

  10. #153
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    Quote Originally Posted by amickracing View Post
    Oh! I for see a new screwdriver in my future! that 3/8 option would be way handy.
    I have about three of the klines in my truck. All of them missing bits. The bits are way to small. If they come out they always roll under something you cant move or fish them out from under. Then I bought an Irwin. Love the 3/8 and the bits don't fall out so easy.

  11. #154
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    The best tool that I have has a few years of age on it, I use everyday (contrary to popular belief). Is that thing between my ears.

  12. #155
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    Sounds dumb, but my mini maglite. Its on hand before I even bring out the tools.

  13. #156
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    Hex bit ratchet. Handy to undo screws with less than 1" clearance.

    Battery screwdriver. When there's 20 screws to undo... Also you may need one hand to be holding something while screwing/unscrewing. So much easier with a battery powered screwdriver, fits in your pocket unlike a battery drill/driver.

    Torches, best is a headlamp LED torch on your head, both hands free.

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