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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Kiril, Jan 27, 2009.
That line locater is pretty cool. Does it work on non-metallic objects?
I walk up with these in hand
small flat screwdrive
large flat screw driver
phillips head screw driver
hex key for PGP adjustments
hex key for toro adjustment
paperclip size "poker" for clearing nozzles
punch for making a hole for emitters
and the Knipex pliers
And for the cold weather guys, a quick trigger torch is a must for repairing cracked copper and brass
You must have a very large carrying case.
I thought no chest pounding.
I don't have enough mileage on my RM remote to say it is my favorite yet. I do have extensive experience on the end of my trenching shovel and behind the mini skid. I spend a lot of time in dirt. I like my felcos for cutting out roots, clipping zip ties, wire, string, etc. My tools are very blue color. I want to get a 521 next.
Outside of irrigation/landscaping tools I would have to say my digital camera and notebook are my most used tools.
Kind of difficult to imagine not having a push-button torch....
For what, to light a doobie?
My auto mechanic was ranting and raving about his Knipex pliers last week and said that he couldn't understand how I could operate with just channel locks.
I had a hard time pronouncing half of Kiril's list.
For me, i have/need the basic hand tools, channel locks, and a locator.
What, you rub two sticks together?
I was eying up one of those Ditch Witch Zahns at our convention last month. I know there's a thread on them from a year or so back. Anyone tried one since?