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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69Stang View Post
    Nice looking bag, how sturdy does it feel?
    I've had this same bag now for only 30+ DAYS NOW AND so far so good I only wish it had the full plastic bottom as veto.
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    I have that clc bag for the past 2.5 years, on my second one, the first one there is a bit of metal sewed in near the zipper and it jabbed through the frabic it would jab me in the back, called up clc they asked me what happened asked for my address in 3 days they had me a new one. I asked if they wanted me to send it back they said no, so I still have the bad one in the garage to hold some misc back up stuff.

    I like the bag but its bloody huge, I dont even have it fully packed and it tops out in weight, I can throw a motor in the middle of it and haul everything up the roof in one bag which is nice, but for diagnostic or pm its a bit to much if you have to carry it around all day.

    They have a smaller version of that bag I think that might be just right in size, I go between the clc bag and a electrician bag + small side bag depending on how I'm feeling for the day and how much I want to carry.

    I'll post a pic of it geared when I am organizing the truck tommorow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69Stang View Post
    Nice looking bag, how sturdy does it feel?
    its pretty rugged. the bottom is hard plastic and the sides are "soft" but they are pretty hard. it has a big open area in the middle and then 2 zip up compartments on the sides that have about 30 pockets each. you could easily fit a drill,saw,hammers,pipe wrench in the middle part alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GetYourShineBox View Post
    its pretty rugged. the bottom is hard plastic and the sides are "soft" but they are pretty hard. it has a big open area in the middle and then 2 zip up compartments on the sides that have about 30 pockets each. you could easily fit a drill,saw,hammers,pipe wrench in the middle part alone.
    If your carrying all that stuff then pretty soon your gonna need a helper to carry it for you.big2
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    Veto sells zipper and button lube for $9.99 a tube--somebody's getting rich.

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    You brought a 2009 thread back to life. I hope you understand the responsibility you now hold :-)

    I use a backpack... I will get the type and provide a mini review later.

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    Veto XLC with a smaller clip on tool pouch for the tools I use 80% of the time.

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    I have a tool pouch for my most used tools. Everything else I lug around in 5gal buckets, way cheaper than most tool bags. Just wonder if I look unprofessional?

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    It's funny how I read through this thread thinking "why are these links not working" only to find out it's about 7 years old. lol

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    Veto MCT, perfect size for service. Mine weighs about 18lbs with meter, m12 driver hanging on side, hand tools in one side and iConnect/probes in other side (no manifold gauge to carry either). I rarely have to go back to the truck to do anything other than get parts.

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    X2 on the Veto MCT - whats real nice is its a hair taller then the Tech LC - so I can fit all my pliers up right in a pocket.
    Meter, temp gear (or digital manometer) pending season, and drill on one side, hand tools on the other.


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    Quote Originally Posted by heatingman View Post
    X2 on the Veto MCT - whats real nice is its a hair taller then the Tech LC - so I can fit all my pliers up right in a pocket.
    I have the Tech LC and the crappy pockets are one of my biggest complaints nothing seems to fit right and everything just all falls onto the bottom I have no idea what tech they spoke to when they were designing it but that guy needs a punch right in his bag.

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