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  1. #27
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    My favorite tool(s) is a simple 6 in 1 screwdriver with a 5/16" and 1/4" built in nut driver and 6" crescent wrench. The wrench to access the system to install gauges.

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    Impact driver. Makes things faster

  3. #29
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    Impact driver, 6 and 1 and headlamp.

  4. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    My favorite tool is my brain. It's usually handy, runs on almost any fuel, and it makes my life much easier. My customer's lives too. I find my brain interesting - I enjoy the way it works and it often surprises me with what it an do. My second favorite tool is my hands. All other tools come in a far-down-the-list fourth or lower.

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    Agreed...with the proviso that early on, it got me into a lot of trouble..but not nearly as much as the trouble it got me out of.

    I have three favorite HVAC tools, aside from this site.

    For refrigeration circuit work, my AK-900's.

    For nut and screw work, my Bosch I-Driver.

    For electrical, my Fluke 116.
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    Milwaukee Light That can hook onto nearly any anything while working in ceilings.

  6. #32
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    Milwaukee Light...you drink that, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Milwaukee Light...you drink that, right?
    LOL.. yeah right, now if we were in Germany as technicians, you better believe they have a cooler up in the ceiling with them.. Reminds me of my time in germany, visited a german base and shared their range, they had cold ones in hand. craziest thing I ever seen.. On a gun range?. of course we weren't allowed..lol

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    It took me several seconds to realize that Milwaukee Light was a battery powered lamp....
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  9. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    It took me several seconds to realize that Milwaukee Light was a battery powered lamp....
    http://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee...1-20/204371247

    I used to have the M18, a little brighter, but the m12 stick light is bright enough, makes ceiling work alot easier, the metal thingie at the top opens slides up and down the back or can lock, great to hook off any pipes or wires

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    My Deposit slips when filled in are my favorite.

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    I am a student. The Fluke clamp amp meter has been my friend.

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    I can troubleshoot just about anything with a crescent wrench, 6 -in- 1 screw driver, and a multi meter. Those are my favorite tools.

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