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    Impact nut driver

    Does anyone know where to buy the impact drill bit that is both a 1/4" and 5/16"? It changes size just by pulling the head forward a bit?

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    Do you know the brand name.
    Contractor locator map

    How-to-apply-for-Professional

    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Bit Driver/Slide Driver

    Never had one

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    slide driver is the brand and I did find them on airstarsolutions website, but it seems sketchy.
    I have found it under part number sdbd-1 and bd-021.

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    by comparison airstarsolutions was so much cheaper I risked it. I will repost and let you know how it works out!

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    Sensible Products had the slidedriver but I didn't see the bit driver. It's probably theirs too. There is a dealer locator at their web site.

    http://www.sensibleproducts.com/hactools.html

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    Sorry not a locator. It's a phone number

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    I called them, apparently sensible products used to have the patent but the inventory took it back and now he has a ton of them but can not sell them. He said as far as he knows the inventory has not found a manufacturer for the tool so you have to buy them from someone who was not tied to the original patent and has stock. Amazon has them but $45ea. I took the risk airsolutions website. Should arrive in 5 days I let you all know how it goes.

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    They have those at my local supply house (DASCO) I didn't buy one though because I didn't know how well it would hold up


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    Milwaukee back pack bag or klein? I know veto pro pac is the best but looking to stay around $100. anybody have one or the other with some advice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacjimmy1 View Post
    Milwaukee back pack bag or klein? I know veto pro pac is the best but looking to stay around $100. anybody have one or the other with some advice?
    I have a Klein backpack and love it! I can go into an attic or a basement with everything I need. It seems to be made very well. I have had mine over a year now and it has held up very well for me.


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