Thread: Favorite Tool?

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    Nothing beats a Haligan Tool......but one thing, like George said, dry socks!!

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    Gotta go with the pickhead!
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    I have to go with the Irons. If the Irons are gone or assigned I take a hook and a can.

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    Our department just got a thermal imaging camera, its pretty sweet.

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    To me, it depends on the situation. Just like the saying, "don't take a knife to a gun fight". The haligan is a good choice for the right application.

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    My tool of choice....the ADZE. Great tool, not many depts even know about it. Good all purpose tool, infact your local demo companies are using them everyday.

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    I've got a 2' ceiling hook, I don't pull many ceilings, but it sure is great for walls.

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