Fluke 116 meter,pocket screwdriver,Manifold set & A pt chart.
Stanley 6-in-1...I can't go anywhere without it.
ssoooo, what does cat fried rice taste like ???..............Chick uh CAT?!
been working in maint for a couple years-pocket led flashlight and gerber diesel multitool (not allowed to have anything in shirt pockets) a lot of secondary tools-6 way screwdriver, pocket screwdriver, 6 IN crescent, small pliers, small irwin slip joint pliers
Veto Pro Pac LT-XL
Klein 11-in-1 screwdriver
my maglite lets me see things
my meter (fieldpiece sc77) tells me things I can not see
My Fieldpiece HS-36 with remote Amp clamp and my Fluke 52 connected to 2 80-Pk pipe clamp thermometers.
There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!
Yeah..,a six-in-one and a swaging tool for copper.Oh and a sharp kitchen knife to cut flex.Never thought of a chopstick but thats a good idea!
My Klein 98002BT. Don't know what I would do with out it.
If people only focused on the important things in life there would be a shortage of fishing poles.
Cool!!!I want one!!
Originally Posted by forcryinoutloud
Anything is possible with God
Fortunately I keep my feathers numbered for just such an emergency
- F. Leghorn
Ain't I a stinker
- B. Bunny
\m/ (>.<) \m/ ROCK HARD!!
im going to have to say my Irwin 10 in 1 and my Fluke 321 clamp meter
My FieldPiece SC77 meter
My pocket Cresent Wrench
My little 1/4 and 5/16 ratcheting wrenches for tight spots.
Even though I have a pretty well stocked service truck and tool bag,I find myself carrying the following most of the time in a small bucket.
Fluke 902...Klein 10-1...Pocket Socket...Small cresent...Yellow Jacket manifold.
This is usually all I need to find a problem.....Repairing them is a whole different deal.
Have Gauge$ Will Travel
Originally Posted by Chuck65
now go back to the truck for your channel locks