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  1. #1
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    New tools yee ha

    I liked this one so much I had to bring it into the off ice to show it off (pic on next post)

  2. #2
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    The built in wirecutters let me cast off two other wirecutters in my tool bag. Downside= $35

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  3. #3
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    Got tired of dull drill bits so now I carry these Titanium nitride bits in the old $10 black oxide case in my tool bag.

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    Check out these wirenuts - from puny thermostat wires to three number twelves all in one wirenut. Don't need to worry about orange, yellow and red so much anymore but still need a few of each. Anything that let's me carry less in Van or tool bag gets my attention.

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  5. #5
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    I have the strippers... nice tool!

    I buy drill bits at Harbor Freight... as my helpers force them too much and break them.

    On the wire nuts...
    I would not use a 'big' wirenut for thermostat wires...
    However if it is rated for 14/12/10 wire... (up to 2x #10)... then that would work for me.

    Still like the blue and orange for Tstat wires
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  6. #6
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    Those strippers look good. Who makes them? Thanks, John

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinnerjohn View Post
    Those strippers look good. Who makes them? Thanks, John
    I think they are Kleins...
    Which is part of the price issue...
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