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  1. #105
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    Mid-Michigan
    Posts
    42
    I do commercial and industrial, I have a small bag, 6in1, 4in1 nutdriver, my Fluke, 6in crescent, needlnose, a med. sized set of dogs and a rope. I can do almost anything with that.

    What amazes me is how many little things...and some big things that accumulate at the bottom of my bag...tape wirenuts stakeons pneumatic brass screws self tappers... I think that stuff weighs more than my tools.

    My most used tool is my Fluke. Wouldnt be alive today without it.

  2. #106
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    Location
    Kyle, Tx
    Posts
    536
    Very helpful and less than 10 bucks!


  3. #107
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Location
    SE PA
    Posts
    3

    Pocket Socket???

    Quote Originally Posted by FLASH7 View Post
    Come on guys.. The best tool to have in a pinch is the "Pocket Socket" available at Mc-Carr.
    Could not find this at McMaster-Carr. Can you give a name/number?

  4. #108
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Clermont, Florida
    Posts
    140
    The thing that I didnt know I needed until I had it was my pipe clamp for my Fluke. I will probably never tape a temp probe onto a refrigerant line again.

  5. #109
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Milwaukee WI
    Posts
    700
    Quote Originally Posted by wspascoe View Post
    The thing that I didnt know I needed until I had it was my pipe clamp for my Fluke. I will probably never tape a temp probe onto a refrigerant line again.
    I agree, I got one of these this summer and don't know how I got by with out it before now.

    Great tool, a must have in my opinion.
    I hope life isn’t a big joke, because I don’t get it.

    What I don't Know Far out weighs what I do.

    VETO PRO PAC, The Official Tool Bag of HVAC-Talk.com

  6. #110
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    Las Vegas, NV
    Posts
    224
    Spare van key...

    Barrie

  7. #111
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    Greenville,North Carolina
    Posts
    1,902
    Pocket PT charts,free at the local supply houses
    Look to the past to learn;look forward to live.

    Coach Dean E. Smith

  8. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by barriehie View Post
    Spare van key...

    Barrie

    I totally agree, I keep a spare in my wallet and one on the inside of the frame where no one can find it.

  9. #113
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    arkansas
    Posts
    78
    pt chart
    4 inch adjustable wrench
    4 inch NEBC led flashlight

  10. #114
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Location
    ontario, Canada
    Posts
    189
    I can fix just about anything with my 1/4 and 5/8 nut drivers
    lol
    ohhh and my 6 in 1 hammer also

  11. #115
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Milwaukee WI
    Posts
    700
    Quote Originally Posted by barriehie View Post
    Spare van key...

    Barrie
    Little known secret is almost any chevy Van is keyed the same or at least close. I have been in that situation before and a guy with a van that was 2 years newer than mine got it opened with his key.

    not all of them work, but it can get you out of a jam.
    I hope life isn’t a big joke, because I don’t get it.

    What I don't Know Far out weighs what I do.

    VETO PRO PAC, The Official Tool Bag of HVAC-Talk.com

  12. #116

    best tool ever

    Th4e absolutebest tool investment I have everhad the fortune to purchase is myMakita 18 volt impact driver...you klnow the black and white one with the quick connect...lightweight...light when u pull the rigger and sves unbelievable amount of wear and tear on my wristand finges by not having to use nutdrivers and screwdrivers ...

  13. #117
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Posts
    15
    Klien 10 in 1 screw driver and pocket meter

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