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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by When'sPayday? View Post
    I love this screwdriver.
    They also make a HVAC version. Instead of a #3 robertson bit they have a schreider(sp) remover.
    Also the shaft can be used as 1/4" and 5/16" nutdrivers.
    Not a fan of the stubby version.
    I haven't seen that one, but it sure sounds like a great acc'y. Put that (core remover) in the driver and you could be the first one out of the parking lot every time

    I have a stubby that stays in the truck until I need it.
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  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruntly View Post
    I haven't seen that one, but it sure sounds like a great acc'y. Put that (core remover) in the driver and you could be the first one out of the parking lot every time

    I have a stubby that stays in the truck until I need it.
    Actually I do have a multi stubby tool and it stays in the truck also, my bad.

  3. #29
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    I always carry a magnetic screwdriver with changeable bits. Saves lots of time when starting screws back into their holes. I have the Klein 11 in 1 and never use it.

  4. #30
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    Used the multi drivers when I was a newbie. Didn't know any better.

  5. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Stamas View Post
    Used the multi drivers when I was a newbie. Didn't know any better.
    And now????????????
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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  6. #32
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    Carry a 40# tool bag with every screwdriver known to man.

  7. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stamas View Post
    Carry a 40# tool bag with every screwdriver known to man.
    I used to carry a 40# tool bag with every screwdriver known to man. Didn't know any better.
    Is this a Fabreze moment? C.Y.D. I'm voting white elephant. 2.
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  8. #34
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    I carry all the screw drivers I need in my tool bag (3 flat heads, 2 philips, 1/4 and 5/6 long handled magnetic nut drivers, and 1/4 through 9/16 regular nut drivers) as well as a Klein 11-in-1. This way if I have to run up to the roof of a restaurant while downstairs working I can just take my 11-in-1 instead of the whole dame tool bag.

  9. #35
    Multi-tools are for HO and DIY'ers.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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  10. #36
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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by Diceman View Post
    Multi-tools are for HO and DIY'ers.
    Oh my, some opinionated persons huh?

    Well, I don't know how much time some of you have spend on a commercial roofs but in some cases a walk back to the truck can cost 20 minutes. I normally have a Gerber, a pair WR-5 ViceGrips and a small flash lite. All items have saved me daily. Normally I'll go check a unit prior to hauling 40 pounds of tools to it. I do own two homes and a 34' boat so yep I guess I qualify as a HO and DIY? I guess that's true too, 'cause if it's broke I can fix it!

    Diceman I do understand your opinion but at 53 years of age I've learned to work Smarter not harder. If one of my multipurpose pocket tools saves me time and gets me out of a jam, I'm happy.

    I almost forgot. I keep several 4 in 1 screwdrivers around. Where they've saved me before the using the shaft as a nut driver. I think I have one Stainless Steel that came from West Marine.

  11. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diceman View Post
    Multi-tools are for HO and DIY'ers.
    Once again I agree with Dice.I think I need to see a doctor or something.
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  12. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diceman View Post
    Multi-tools are for HO and DIY'ers.
    I can't survive without my multi-tool.

    I carry an SOG. Expensive, but worth it.

    The difference between me and a HO or DIYer is that I know when to get the right wrench and I HAVE the right wrench for the job.

  13. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    I can't survive without my multi-tool.

    I carry an SOG. Expensive, but worth it.

    The difference between me and a HO or DIYer is that I know when to get the right wrench and I HAVE the right wrench for the job.
    jp which SOG do you have? I got the Kilowatt.


    I just placed a new SOG in my bag this week. While we're getting poked about multipurpose (and being HO's and DIY) I haven't used the new SOG yet but look forward to!


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