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  1. #1
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    Just more tool pics

    Here is some of my tools
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    Nice,
    Two leak detectors?


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    I see you like flukes..... and diapers lol


    My son is 5 weeks old so I know what it's like now

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    Thats so funny I didn't even notice that, I guess with two babies there is always a diaper laying around.

    And about the two leak detectors I actually have three a yj accuprobe and two inficon d-tek selects. One of them was damaged by moisture getting into the pump and the good folks at Inficon sent me a brand new one They have EXCELLENT customer service!!! Then I started playing with the old one blew it out with some nitrogen and bought a new IR cell and it works like new

    Its always nice to have a back up leak detector. Both the YJ and INFICON work great. The nice thing about the JY is it takes AA batteries.
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    I was gonna ask how often that diaper and doll come in handy
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    Your meters are all nice and clean...are they new?
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    The megger is (1587) but the rest aren't. My Dad always said if you take good care of your tools, your tools will take good care of you. My fluke 179 is about 4 years old and it still has the plastic over the lcd. Also I always put everything back where it goes when im done with it, after a while you can just look at you bag and know if any tool is missing right away.
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    I don't like your Klein cutters, needle nose, linesmen pliers or crimpers.

    I prefer the older kind from Klein, the ones that have dipped handles.

    I believe what you have are the Klein Journeymen style. The pressed on rubber grips split. And yes I understand that they are not rated for live work. It ends up being a safety issue.

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    my wife would kick my ass if I dumped my tools out in her living room but mine are dirty and used.nice tools there fella!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rotaryfrk View Post
    I don't like your Klein cutters, needle nose, linesmen pliers or crimpers.

    I prefer the older kind from Klein, the ones that have dipped handles.

    I believe what you have are the Klein Journeymen style. The pressed on rubber grips split. And yes I understand that they are not rated for live work. It ends up being a safety issue.
    Well i don't like your tools either!! I have the older kind too, I just have a sickness I have been dealing with for some time now. Its called a tool addiction so just leave me alone...lol
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