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Old 06-11-2016, 09:06 PM   #3821
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That hilti you got there,is it something cordless?
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Old 06-11-2016, 09:43 PM   #3822
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That hilti you got there,is it something cordless?
Yes 18v impact and drill/hammer drill
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Old 06-11-2016, 09:58 PM   #3823
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Yes 18v impact and drill/hammer drill
How are they holding up compared to m18 fuel counterparts?if youre someone who had them both of course
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How are they holding up compared to m18 fuel counterparts?if youre someone who had them both of course
Not sure about the fuel being that they are only a couple of years old. My hilt is however were purchased in 2009 and still going strong.

The fuel drill is more compact than the hilt I
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…hilti.

The hilti triggers are much more smooth than the fuel.

And no light for the hilti drill (at least the one I have) but the impact has 4 led's and a nice hook.

Both sets perform very well.
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Been a long time lurker on this forum and I have noticed this has been idle for a few days. Here is my daily set for a bump to the front.
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Been a long time lurker on this forum and I have noticed this has been idle for a few days. Here is my daily set for a bump to the front.
Decent set up, you do a lot of emt and commercial work?
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Mostly commercial with some industrial and cell work to mix it up once in a while. I have gotten tired of hauling a big bag around every day so downsized to the basics. If it does not fit. That tote then I don't need it. The more specific tools are in the truck if needed.
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I don't know what it is, but I love lookin in other people's tool bags. It's like some sort of fetish.

"Dude is that a knipex pliers wrench in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?"
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This thread, I tell ya, I started out not liking the Veto's, but it's gonna make me buy one, lol.

Out with the old...


...In with the new. We'll see how I like that. Got tired of the bucket organizer rubbing on things, and dumping wrenches from the outside. This is all the more used of the lesser used tools.


Main Pouch


Side Pouch


Materials Pouch


Some Power Tools


And the obligatory items that live on a Telecom guy's belt, complete with a homemade holster.


I can't be bothered to get the rest of my tools from the van, buttset, meters, testers, etc, but that about covers the basics.
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Ditto. When I finally saw them at a trade show, tried em....bought 2 on site.
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This thread, I tell ya, I started out not liking the Veto's, but it's gonna make me buy one, lol.
What are the white tubes that look like real thin walled pvc?
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I'm guessing plastic cups.

Saw what look like some Wera screwdrivers in there. I never thought I'd pay so much money for a screwdriver but those Germans know how to engineer. I've got the compact ratcheting one, and also the one that holds bits and extends. Wish they made one that did all three!
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I just remembered a coworker has a veto of sorts, and I know he likes it, I'll have to take a closer look.

The white tubes that look like real thin walled pvc, are, in fact, real thin walled pvc. Haha. The 2" is vacuum tube, and the 3" says pvc sewer on it. It was in my machine storage shed when we moved in to our current house. Some has holes in it. I think they were using it for garden water distribution.

I bought the Wera Canadian 6 pc set from Lee Valley Tools for just over $40+tax. This is after I bought a single small slotted and ph1 for control panels after my old ones were good and worn out. I really really like em, so we'll see how long they last, but not a bad price at all, and the fact that it's the only screwdriver set I've actually bought, lol. My old Craftsman set was a gift, and we're getting quite worn. I should take em in for replacement.

Darn this place and making me spend money (making my life easier at work in the process)
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I just remembered a coworker has a veto of sorts, and I know he likes it, I'll have to take a closer look.

The white tubes that look like real thin walled pvc, are, in fact, real thin walled pvc. Haha. The 2" is vacuum tube, and the 3" says pvc sewer on it. It was in my machine storage shed when we moved in to our current house. Some has holes in it. I think they were using it for garden water distribution.

I bought the Wera Canadian 6 pc set from Lee Valley Tools for just over $40+tax. This is after I bought a single small slotted and ph1 for control panels after my old ones were good and worn out. I really really like em, so we'll see how long they last, but not a bad price at all, and the fact that it's the only screwdriver set I've actually bought, lol. My old Craftsman set was a gift, and we're getting quite worn. I should take em in for replacement.

Darn this place and making me spend money (making my life easier at work in the process)
Thanks, they just looked thinner than pipe I've seen. Good use for them.
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Thanks, they just looked thinner than pipe I've seen. Good use for them.
Yup, its nice. Makes for good weight savings.
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This thread, I tell ya, I started out not liking the Veto's, but it's gonna make me buy one, lol.

Out with the old...


...In with the new. We'll see how I like that. Got tired of the bucket organizer rubbing on things, and dumping wrenches from the outside. This is all the more used of the lesser used tools.


Main Pouch


Side Pouch


Materials Pouch


Some Power Tools


And the obligatory items that live on a Telecom guy's belt, complete with a homemade holster.


I can't be bothered to get the rest of my tools from the van, buttset, meters, testers, etc, but that about covers the basics.
is that a pelican case that you're storing your chargers and batteries in??
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is that a pelican case that you're storing your chargers and batteries in??
Yup, it is, but it isn't. It's the same style, but not Pelican branded. Got em for under $20CAD at Princess Auto a while back. The other one, I'm using for a network mapper, multimeter, and related accessories.
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