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  • #16
    Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

    Here goes
    Small drain bag ( drains up to 2")

    10 inch pipe wrench
    12 inch pipe wrench
    9 1/2 inch channellocks
    12 inch channellocks
    10 inch vise grips
    7 inch vise grips
    8 inch adjustable wrench
    12 inch adjustable wrench
    4 in 1 screwdriver
    #1 phillips
    #2 phillips
    Cheap long reach needle nose pliers
    mini hack saw
    flash light ( led tripod type)
    small pry bar
    7/16 nut driver
    5/16 nut driver
    rector seal
    teflon tape
    ruber gloves
    leather gloves
    a few rags
    a few plastic grocery sacks
    small can of wd 40

    Large Drains and sewers
    Cordless work light
    dead blow hammer
    regular hammer
    16 inch channellocks
    12 inch channellocks
    12 inch Channellocks grip lock
    10 in channellocks
    10 inch vise grips
    15 inch adjustable
    12 in adjustable
    14 inch pipe wrench
    18 inch pipe wrench
    razor knife
    medium sized prybar
    cold chisel set
    recp saw blade holder
    5 pair rubber gloves
    2 pair leather gloves
    rector seal
    teflon tape
    can of liquid wrench
    shop rags
    can of lysol
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    • #17
      Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

      Originally posted by PlumbingHelp.ca View Post
      LOL.....45 and business cards
      Well they need to know who you are and you mean business all at different times.

      PR department and collections department

      G3

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      • #18
        Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

        Originally posted by JCsPlumbing View Post
        RIDGID? ARE YOU LISTENING?

        A good, metallic, fitting level would be pretty handy.

        J.C.
        jc i have 2 ridgid 9'' torpedo levels with glow in the dark markers around the vials. it has 3 magnets that will properly hold it upside down.

        i won them at the roundup on the 3 power threader /oiler race the day before the games.

        bill, their just about done re plastering and painting the walls

        rick.
        phoebe it is

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        • #19
          Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

          Ok guys this is just some of the stuff i carry commercial plumbing is all i do.


          Pipe Wrenches (1) 10 (2)14 (2)18 (2) 24End wrenches one 10 18 24
          Chain wrenches
          Spud wrench offset
          lever tubing bender 3/8 & 1/2
          bolt cutters 14''
          Channellocks 440 430 420
          Screwdrivers
          Hammers ball pein 16 oz 24 oz double face 3lbs 12lbs 20'' handle
          Deep well Sockets
          Mini HackSaw
          Adjustable Wrenches
          Flashlight
          Basin Wrench
          Internal Nipple Wrenches
          Cold chisel
          Cape chisel
          Masonry Chisel
          Needle Nose Pliers
          Kleins
          Side cutters
          Half & round files
          Hand Torches
          B-tank
          Tubing Cutters 151 152 153 101
          Tape Measures 25' & folding rules inside read
          Allen Wrenches
          Utility Knives
          sink rim screwdrivers
          Oil feter wrench
          Tin Snips
          Angle grinder metal cuting wheels wire & cup wheels
          Sawzall
          Band saw
          Hammer drill
          Extension Cords
          Trouble lights
          IRONS 2 packing 2 caulking 1 ceiling 1 offset 1 inside
          Ladle' lead pot' rune rope
          Last edited by where am i; 11-25-2009, 02:26 PM.

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          • #20
            Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

            Originally posted by where am i View Post
            IRONS 2 packing 2 caulking 1 ceiling 1 offset 1 inside
            Ladle' lead pot' rune rope

            I wonder how many know what these are let alone how to use them.

            G3

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            • #21
              Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

              Originally posted by G3sprinklers View Post
              I wonder how many know what these are let alone how to use them.

              G3
              I did forget to mention I have caulking irons, joint runner, lead pot, and a furnace on my truck as well.
              Ron Hasil Lic #058-160417
              A-Archer Sewer & Plumbing specializing in:
              Tankless Water Heaters | Drain and Sewer Cleaning
              Sump and Ejector Pumps | Backflow RPZ Testing

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              • #22
                Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                I keep the typical stuff on the van but I always try to have a 6-1 screw driver and a small set of channel locks in my front pocket. I don't feel like a plumber without them. I like having a flashlight handy also. Yes I'm happy to see you and that is a screw driver in my pocket

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                • #23
                  Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by G3sprinklers
                  I wonder how many know what these are let alone how to use them.

                  G3


                  I agree, As far as tools i think all of the previous posters have covered all of the bases for me.

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                  • #24
                    Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                    Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
                    jc i have 2 ridgid 9'' torpedo levels with glow in the dark markers around the vials. it has 3 magnets that will properly hold it upside down.

                    i won them at the roundup on the 3 power threader /oiler race the day before the games.

                    bill, their just about done re plastering and painting the walls

                    rick.
                    Why would they do that? when I get back there I'm just going to mark my territory again

                    I use my fitting level a lot when doing heat work. I agree, the plastic ones are crap and break when I smack them with a wrench.

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                    • #25
                      Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                      The problem I had with the plastic ones were they cross threaded too easy, and then would not thread at all.

                      Do you have one made out of some type of metal?

                      G3

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                      • #26
                        Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                        Originally posted by G3sprinklers View Post
                        The problem I had with the plastic ones were they cross threaded too easy, and then would not thread at all.

                        Do you have one made out of some type of metal?

                        G3
                        Could be wrong, but I don't think Rick and PC are thinking about the same thing we are. We all probably have some sort of magnetic level to lay across fittings or on pipe.

                        G3 and I are talking about a level that has threads on the end to screw into fittings. At least that's what I am talking about.

                        J.C.

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                        • #27
                          Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                          Here is one I found laying around in the basement.

                          It is made by spot rite

                          When sammy screws first came out they gave these away if you collected the points cards that were in the boxes and sent them in.

                          G3
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                          • #28
                            Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                            G3,
                            check this link out.


                            http://www.pipefitter.com/index.html


                            the tools here are sweet.


                            Bogart

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                            • #29
                              Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                              Originally posted by g3sprinklers View Post
                              i wonder how many know what these are let alone how to use them.

                              G3
                              +1

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                              • #30
                                Re: Your Toolbox - essentials

                                found them on sammy screw page

                                http://www.sammysuperscrew.com/pdf/TIME%20SAVERS.pdf

                                G3

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