This was my oil burner kit I put together, it would get me through most situations, but sill needed to go back to the truck at times. I got tired of working with the supplied tools on my new job and took this kit in and put it on my cart. I got to work this morning, took my mask off and opened the box to get my needle nose, and I smelled oil LOL so I brought them home tonight, going to take some stuff out, and clean everything before I take it back to work.I’m gonna say I’m a little lower in the chain of command to actually think I can open a bag of chips with my preferred method. But when my superior officer hits the sack I sometimes finish the bag. Actually all the time.
you really need a tool tote. Lite and useful tools that you would normally use. I run service calls all the time and a meter and a couple of hand tools can get the job done for the most part.
I work on my tan.Yea I work on AC all summer long and then in the fall it’s gas and oil heating.
It looks like a small aluminum pipe wrench and remember he said he has a cart to carry it onI see a pipe wrench on the bottom and that would have to go.
Yep... Brass knuckles. I "used" to have one. They were rough cast made. "If" i still had them, in possession would have been for 28+ yrs now.. They weren't new i first received them.. Old school stuff..