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    I'm new at this can you tell me what a refridgeration wrench looks like and where I might buy one

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    Here you go........

    Click Here

    [Edited by freezone on 05-17-2004 at 11:37 PM]

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    no

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    Re: Here you go........

    Originally posted by freezone
    Click Here
    That's better



    [Edited by infwsdm on 05-17-2004 at 11:51 PM]

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    Re: Re: Here you go........

    Originally posted by infwsdm
    That's better


    I fixed it! Quit being so impatient!

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    a refrigeration wrench well thats a flat ratching wrench with square openings in 4 sizes to fit the valve stem on a service valve the smallest will fit the valve on a B sized acetylene tank 3/16 & 1/4 on one end and 1/2 & 9/16 on the other end or 3/16 and 5/16 on one end and 1/4 and 3/8 on the other end the opening is square or 4 sided
    buy em at a refrigeration parts supplier
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    Re: Re: Re: Here you go........

    Originally posted by freezone
    Originally posted by infwsdm
    That's better


    I fixed it! Quit being so impatient!
    oops, sorry

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    Re: Re: Here you go........

    Originally posted by infwsdm
    Originally posted by freezone
    Click Here
    That's better



    [Edited by infwsdm on 05-17-2004 at 11:51 PM]
    There, I fixed it too!!

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    Irongrill, Just bit in to a Mario Manzanilla olive and it had a seed but i dont think you care and i'm hurt. I'm really hurt

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    Irongrill ... I can tell a whole lot about you just by your question.

    First of all, your NOT from the South!

    It dont mean I know WHERE your from ... but I jus know you aint from around here!
    Cus if you was ... you woulda replied something like this: "Oh, you mean y'all have a special tool jus for that... we use vice-grips ourselves!"

    Somebody told you about their being such a tool. And you trusted them. And you asked a question.
    That's kinda special and unique. Men dont ask directions and about tools, we dont usually ask what their for. We just want them for the sake of having them. The more the merrier.

    So your probably in school. This also tells me your not from the South. Down here, folks usually jus do whatever their Daddy's did for a living.
    I can prove it.

    Since your in school, your thinking about your future. This is good.
    Since you chose HVAC/R ... it tells me you spoke with someone whose never done Market Refrigeration before.
    So either they arent gona be teaching you that facet of the industry ... or they'll pray you never go that far just to make a buck!


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    Heck .. jus go look at the picture on "I should have kept my mouth shut!" thread.
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    R-12 must be a yankee .............just playin'

    I'm not from south but we kind of act like it around here.

    At least we agree that there is no such thing as too many tools.
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