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    for you guys that have veto bags why did you choose the lc over the xl. Is it mainly the weight. Is there enough room in the lc.

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    More then enough room in the LC for service. The XL is big. PITA to get through roof hatches etc. Also with the XL you can fit way more then you need. Then you'll be at the chiropractor twice a week.

    I also have the OTXL and I leave it in the van unless I'm pulling the cart out for an install. Its nice for that because you can load it up. However, if your on the move I think its too big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac17011 View Post
    for you guys that have veto bags why did you choose the lc over the xl. Is it mainly the weight. Is there enough room in the lc.
    The XL for me is too big to carry around on the job. My LC get a bit heavy after a while but still works for me. The LC holds all that I need, I would like the LC-Tech but can not justify the cost for the new bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascone10 View Post
    If you don't mind before you load this one up could you weigh them for me? If the difference is enough and the pics of the guys that bought them are nice I may spring for one.. I know they are supposed to be lighter Im not sure it's enough to make a difference..
    7 lbs 3.4 oz
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    Loaded up

    Loaded up with all of the same tools and materials as my LC. Weight 38 lbs. 2.8 oz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Loaded up with all of the same tools and materials as my LC. Weight 38 lbs. 2.8 oz.
    Thanks. You got all the tool from your LC in there ? After you work with it a while let us know if you like it enough for the $150 it costs over what you already were working with. I got my XL a few years ago for $125. It's a little worn but still works fine. The XL is getting a little heavy going up ladders or maybe I'm just older and tireder. Probably both. Thanks for any reply.

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    Does Ace Tools have the meter bag as well??

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    Youtube has videos of Roger Brouard demonsrating the three new bags, the Tech LC, the MB,
    and the TP3. Search veto tech lc and they will come up.
    I am expecting mine any day now...I got a bad case of the hardly waits!

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    Bought the tech-lc and meter bag. They are by far the best tools bags i have ever owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcx516 View Post
    Bought the tech-lc and meter bag. They are by far the best tools bags i have ever owned.
    Cool , how bout some pics with them loaded up.

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    Mine is on it's way. Cant wait.
    Local 449?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Loaded up with all of the same tools and materials as my LC. Weight 38 lbs. 2.8 oz.
    Thanks for posting qwerty. I have to weigh mine. I forgot

    That looks a little more cramped then my LC.. Maybe because you have more tools? What do you think of it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by targetman View Post
    Mine is on it's way. Cant wait.
    I had my girlfriend order me the TP3 last week. WHat a mistake. She is making me wait until christmas..
    Gotta have the right tool for the job!

    Where is all the stuff MADE IN THE USA?

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