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    Maybe I should just paint the bottom with like 25 layers of mastic
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayMan7 View Post
    Maybe I should just paint the bottom with like 25 layers of mastic
    Fibered for extra strength.

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    Klein makes a little bucket bag I really liked and used as my service bag for years. The only down side was not having a means to close the top.

    This is essentially it, but it used to have a shoulder strap.

    I eventually wore it out, and now I use it as my soldering materials kit.




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    Hmmm that does look pretty nice. Although it looks like its bigger. As far as storage I did like the tech mc and everything about it was perfect but it was just a little too big.
    "I think Quantum tunneling would work great... "

    "Call a technician for God's sake. Or we'll see you on the news or the Dark Side of the Moon."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayMan7 View Post
    Hmmm that does look pretty nice. Although it looks like its bigger. As far as storage I did like the tech mc and everything about it was perfect but it was just a little too big.
    It is bigger then the little bag you have. Its close in size to the mc bag, but its lighter.

    Im not saying to jump and buy it, but it was a good diagnostic bag.

    The one I had did not have a ton of pockets on the inside, so it was good for putting the meters and drill into the bag, and then a few tools on the outside pockets. Ill see it they still have the one Im talking about.


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    This one is pretty much it.


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    I've been using this one for a couple of years now.
    Other than busting a shoulder strap adjusting clip because it got stuck on a ladder it's been rock solid
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    And you NEVER put the torches away before pressure testing.

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    When I did residential with the crawl space A lot I used my sons old plastic sleigh , loaded tools first and also used the cardboard on the bottom duct taped to the front, when the cardboard wore out I replaced it with more..
    It worked great for AH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unlimited1 View Post
    When I did residential with the crawl space A lot I used my sons old plastic sleigh , loaded tools first and also used the cardboard on the bottom duct taped to the front, when the cardboard wore out I replaced it with more..
    It worked great for AH
    A guy at my old company did that. He was an installer and really liked using it in attics as well. Its a good idea for sure!
    "I think Quantum tunneling would work great... "

    "Call a technician for God's sake. Or we'll see you on the news or the Dark Side of the Moon."

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