So I got the tool list:
I'm kind of wondering what else is good to have for doing HVAC/Electrical work? Time saver type stuff.
Like having a trenching shovel for clean out work in landscaping.
My tuition is already paid for and I'm getting a $5.5K grant that I can use to get goodies with. Plus my GI Bill every month.
I've been looking at the Wiha, Fluke, and Bosch websites, since I know those are good tools. I've also cruised the Klein website.
These looked nifty:
What do you guys have that you can't live without? What do you have that's just taking up space and you never use? What don't you have that you wish you did?
I was looking at this combo kit. Do you think that's a good one?
Dude, if I had a thrid nut, I would have been in porn a long time ago.:laughing:
Greenlee handtools look similar to Klein yet perform alot worse, I bought a full set to replace me beat-ass Klein's and ended up handing em over to one of my guys after a month. Greenlee makes good commercial/industrial tools and I love their pipe level and drywall saw but the rest of the hand tools are a complete afterthought.As far as the electrical tools: Klein and Greenlee
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Your new best friend.By the way, what is an impact driver?