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    that extra long whip, crooked disconnect, and...

    that extra long whip, crooked disconnect, and janky linset is pretty painful to look at lol
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    Ok ill pass, good luck.

    Ok ill pass, good luck.
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    80 for just the manometer?

    80 for just the manometer?
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    2 hoses, and the attachments for checking static...

    2 hoses, and the attachments for checking static pressures and gas valve and line pressures? If that's an option I'll take one
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    Do they come with the attachments/hoses?

    Do they come with the attachments/hoses?
  6. I would much rather just use a conventional set...

    I would much rather just use a conventional set up with zones. Price would be much cheaper. arguably would last longer. less potential for leaks. more aesthetic IMO. And once you go the mini...
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    I love the m12 fuel impact. All the other...

    I love the m12 fuel impact. All the other installers use 20v dewalt and try to give me shit for it....until they ask to borrow it in tight spaces lol. a 3 ah battery usually lasts me all week
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    I use the same size, I just start the inside...

    I use the same size, I just start the inside layer on the pipe so the other two layers slide on easy. throw away the inside layer, slides over 90's easily enough.
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    that was mainly to just show how off centered the...

    that was mainly to just show how off centered the coil is.
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    Start up was also never done on either furnace or...

    Start up was also never done on either furnace or AC. Being an FNG, I'm pretty sure once I get an appropriate sized furnace/blower, unfudge the coil, and do a proper start up, a lot of my problems...
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    Sadly, this is mine.....

    Only been in this job 6 months or so but starting to work on troubleshooting why my system sucks so bad: 80k btu c width furnace with a 5 ton blower. 3 ton condenser with a b width coil which is...
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    I imagine it's because it's super easy and way...

    I imagine it's because it's super easy and way more faster than wrapping duct.
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    great, thank you very much!

    great, thank you very much!
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    Trane model number

    We never deal in trane, but I'm just trying to figure out this furnace: 80k btu with a 5 ton blower right?

    uh1c080a9601a
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    pre employment testing and testing upon any...

    pre employment testing and testing upon any accidents. A good practice IMO
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    you've said your thoughts.....time to move on bud

    you've said your thoughts.....time to move on bud
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    A normal dude who works in hvac who's telling you...

    A normal dude who works in hvac who's telling you why you aren't getting the response/praise you seem to think you should be.
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    Yeah, telling people how long you've had a job,...

    Yeah, telling people how long you've had a job, telling them to fukk off, and go pound sand is hardly constructive criticism. If you get this upset over a filter, I'd hate to be around you when...
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    I can't speak for his job or his company...

    I can't speak for his job or his company practices, I'm just explaining why this happens. there really is no reason to get upset about it.

    we could all write a book on jobs that get sold using...
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    a little extreme but I know what you're saying. ...

    a little extreme but I know what you're saying. to be fair it's no different than anything else, homeowner will hardly ever opt for the more expensive option no matter how blue in the face you get...
  21. Thread: M12 Hackzall

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    That's the main reason I'd want it: for cutting...

    That's the main reason I'd want it: for cutting out framing and subfloor in between stud spaces the small footprint would be super nice but I may be hoping for too much.
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    we do new construction as well, does it hold up...

    we do new construction as well, does it hold up to cutting through studs and subfloor and whatnot for all the heat runs and returns?
  23. Thread: M12 Hackzall

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    appreciate the replies fellas, going to go the...

    appreciate the replies fellas, going to go the safe route with the m18 fuel (brushless) version
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    Thanks for the replies, that's what I was...

    Thanks for the replies, that's what I was expecting to hear....just not what I was hoping to hear ha. I never thought about vibration since it's so light, that would get old fast
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    M12 Hackzall

    Has anyone used the Milwaukee 12 volt reciprocating saw for roughing in boots and returns? If so how does it do? (I would be using the larger batteries).

    We're given a corded Sawzall but I'm a...
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    that cedar box is really sharp.

    that cedar box is really sharp.
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    Nice looking install, I'm jealous of all the room...

    Nice looking install, I'm jealous of all the room to work around!
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