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Old 03-06-2012, 08:50 AM   #1
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any one else think the oxy tool bags are to heavy wore them for the past year and went back to my old clc suede bags im sure suspenders would help but there so uncomfortable just was lookin if anyone else had the same problem with theirs
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any one else think the oxy tool bags are to heavy wore them for the past year and went back to my old clc suede bags im sure suspenders would help but there so uncomfortable just was lookin if anyone else had the same problem with theirs

Are you interested in selling them? I have DeWalt now, but depending on what you have, I may be interested in buying if you don't use.

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Yeah would definatly want to sell them OR TRADE

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Yeah would definatly want to sell them OR TRADE
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any one else think the oxy tool bags are to heavy wore them for the past year and went back to my old clc suede bags im sure suspenders would help but there so uncomfortable just was lookin if anyone else had the same problem with theirs
I tried suspenders a few times. They sucked. Or maybe I wasn't fat enough to use them correctly.
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I love my Oxy's, even if they can be hard on my hips since I am a smaller guy. I don't mind wearing the suspenders with mine either, I just have a second set of their Oxy Lights (the green fabric ones) for when I am in a finished home. I just use the leather ones for decks and siding basically.

When I got my first set I was sore for a long time, since they were so big I felt like I should try and fill them and carry everything I could need, not a good idea! Now I have learned not to fill them up and my waist is much happier! (But I do feel like a Budweiser clydsdale with the darn suspenders with all the chome and leather!)

(if you guys above dont work out a deal on your bags let me know, I need to retire my leather set, send me a PM. I will go ahead and put myself second in line)
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Get the suspenders with the retro beltless kit slip your bags (must have at least a 3in loop in them) on. I have the Oxy light suspenders on my retro beltless for finish and light duty...nice set up. I also have the big beltless setup for the heavy duty. These bags are still heavy but last forever

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