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  1. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascone10 View Post
    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?
    More room then the LC. Way more room for my meters and parts case.
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    My XL is about 43lbs but I haul it up on a rope, no problems getting it on the roof.
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    I'm currently using a CLC backpack and hate it. I'm tired of opening pouches. Do they make the new Tech an open top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascone10 View Post
    I had my girlfriend order me the TP3 last week. WHat a mistake. She is making me wait until christmas..
    That's just wrong. Let me help you out.



    Buy her some tickets to a play or some girly thing, that is playing now, not after Christmas, pull the old switcheroo and you're golden!
    She'll have to give you your Tool Pouch or she gets no tickets.

    If you're smart, do it in such a way that you give up your ticket so she can go with one of her female friends so you get out of having to see the play too!

    Then if done correctly, you have the night off to do whatever you want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber View Post
    Cool , how bout some pics with them loaded up.




    loaded up it weighs about 40lbs

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    40#....Even though i want one, being able to have this weight in the bag is probably the main reason I WON'T get one. my pouch weighs in around the 12-15# and I get tired of lugging it around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuchulain View Post
    40#....Even though i want one, being able to have this weight in the bag is probably the main reason I WON'T get one. my pouch weighs in around the 12-15# and I get tired of lugging it around.
    Eh, i got used to the weight pretty quickly. I have a torn ligament in my right shoulder and i can put the weight on it and it doest hurt that much.

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    Here is my new MB it comes in at 9# that will be nice

    This bag is very well made and what we would expect from Veto but I think it is on the edge of being too small to handle a Fluke 902 and a small impact. I am hoping it will work out.


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    I will add this bag on a clip if I think I will need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thethomas4 View Post
    Here is my new MB it comes in at 9# that will be nice

    This bag is very well made and what we would expect from Veto but I think it is on the edge of being too small to handle a Fluke 902 and a small impact. I am hoping it will work out.


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    I will add this bag on a clip if I think I will need it.

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    Those gauges are bad ass, how did you do that

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    I'm sitting here looking at the new MB thinking it would work really well with a Fluke 52 some probes and a couple of clamps or a fluke 87 and some specialty probes. This could get really expensive

    I wonder if Santa subscribes to this thread?

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    im sitting here looking at my tech lc thinking i should buy some new screwdrivers to put in it

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    Just picked up my Tech LC, and love it! Had the LC before this and sold it due to storage issues. Been using the tech all week and will never turn back. Had to eliminate some tools, but added tools that I was scared to put in the open top CLC. I love it!
    Just need to find a good deal on the TP3, and/or MB. Any suggestions? Supply house I purchased from didn't have the tp3 and mb in their system.
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