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  1. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrL_Brann View Post
    When I get a few minutes I will snap a pic of my Fluke collection and post it for ya.I have a few meters myself.
    Sweet cant wait to see, i am officially a tool junkie, or whore as some would say
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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  2. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    Just added another fluke product, i got the TL220 industrial test lead set. So nice, love the longer leads.
    i just bought that same test lead set on ebay for $38. i also go an extra set of cables, the ones that come in the set have 90's for all 4 connectors so i got a set that have 2- 90's and 2- straight connectors. i love fluke stuff


    this thread is absolutely like a tool whore anonymous club. its completely making me feel better since now i know im not the only one lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Profiler View Post
    i just bought that same test lead set on ebay for $38. i also go an extra set of cables, the ones that come in the set have 90's for all 4 connectors so i got a set that have 2- 90's and 2- straight connectors. i love fluke stuff
    Very nice, i actually like the leaads with all four 90's, imo it easier to hold onto the leads. I love fluke
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  4. #43
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    im currently after a 52-2. im kinda up in the air about the 80pk-8 clamp probe since fieldpiece makes the same exact on with a different name on it and its like $30 cheaper...and i already have one of em. the only thing that sucks about the fieldpiece one is it doesnt say fluke on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Profiler View Post
    im currently after a 52-2. im kinda up in the air about the 80pk-8 clamp probe since fieldpiece makes the same exact on with a different name on it and its like $30 cheaper...and i already have one of em. the only thing that sucks about the fieldpiece one is it doesnt say fluke on it.
    That would be a good buy, i love my 52-2. I already have one of the 80PK-8 clamps, now that i have the 52-2 i need another for temp diff lol. And as for it sayin fluke, get a sharpie lol
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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  6. #45
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    Love my 902 but couldn't justify paying for the 52-2, bought a TPI for 1/3 of the price and it works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    That would be a good buy, i love my 52-2. I already have one of the 80PK-8 clamps, now that i have the 52-2 i need another for temp diff lol. And as for it sayin fluke, get a sharpie lol
    hey bro what did you end up paying for the 52-2 if you don't mind me asking

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    Totally fluke. Even bought a Fluke Thermal imaging Camera. ($10K) We use it for looking for loose connection in a power panel and also for leaks in duct work and also refrigerant leaks. Works all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrL_Brann View Post
    When I get a few minutes I will snap a pic of my Fluke collection and post it for ya.I have a few meters myself.
    a few LMFAO

    dude you got flukes that have been dicontinued lol

    a few
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptemko View Post
    I am a Fluke acholic. Get yourself the magnet hanging strap for the Fluke 52-2 works great and frees up your hands. I use my 52 on ever job weather it be a furnace boiler or Ac or what ever two Fluke pipe clamps also and anything else that goes along with it. Next get a Fluke 116. Here is just some of my stuff.
    Why a 116 also? What are you using it for. Curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanVanKCMO View Post
    Why a 116 also? What are you using it for. Curious...
    The fluke 116 has a higher ohms range than the 902, for temp sensors and such. Also it can read frequency/Hrz, which is used for motors and VFD's in commercial. It aslo as milli volts, micro amps, and temperature. Clamp meters are nice, i have the 902, but a good quality DMM is a good thing to have.
    Ill will be purchasing one in the near future, i need it for the frequency option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdivell View Post
    hey bro what did you end up paying for the 52-2 if you don't mind me asking

    No prob, all said and done it was i believe $250, and $30 for a case, cheap a@# cant even give you a case , well worth it though. I got it from united refrigeration.
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  13. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanVanKCMO View Post
    Why a 116 also? What are you using it for. Curious...
    Well the 322 clamp and the 16 are retired to my small tool bag for quick fix and to take to family or friends to do small stuff. The 902 and the 116 are my main meters I use everyday along with the 52-2.

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