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    i was just wondering is any one has used the fubar tool , the lincoln tool, or the vulacan, and a promaxx married set. also if anyone has seen it used. the lincoln tool and vulcan tool were on a kentland website. that i saw. i was just wodnering if anyone has used them or know anyone that has. i am lookign at to try and put them on our truck. but i want to know if it is worth it.

    the lincoln and vulcan tool can be found on the kentland websit which is www.kentland33.com you can also find out more info bout the tools there. you just have to click on the tools link on the page then click on the tool name.

    the fubar tool can be found at http://www.stanleytools.com/default....3B+Utility+Bar. the fubar tool i am aslo looking at to buy my father. he is an oficer on a paid department. but i dont know if its worth it. i know there is another thread on it. but i am asking for perosnal experinces. i want to get him soemthing thta is good and very useful. if there are any other that are better plase let me know. he is on a very busy truck, so i wnat soemhtign that has alot of strength and he can use. the only thin he bring in is a camera. so i was just looking for soemthing small for him.

    the promax married can be found at http://www.firehooksunlimited.net/promaxx.html i i will attch 3 pictures. i am sory i dont ahve a picture of the fubar took. but it is on the link for stanely tools. the first picture will be the vulcan hok. the second picture will be the lincoln bar and the third will be the promax.

    all of your feed back will be greatly appricated. i posted another thread. but i think somethgin might have went wrogn . it is also idetical to thsi. i posted it a hr ago. so i appolgize now for the other posting. if you ccan post allyou feed bak here


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    Quote Originally Posted by ladder201 View Post
    i was just wondering is any one has used the fubar tool , the lincoln tool, or the vulacan, and a promaxx married set. also if anyone has seen it used. the lincoln tool and vulcan tool were on a kentland website. that i saw. i was just wodnering if anyone has used them or know anyone that has. i am lookign at to try and put them on our truck. but i want to know if it is worth it.

    the lincoln and vulcan tool can be found on the kentland websit which is www.kentland33.com you can also find out more info bout the tools there. you just have to click on the tools link on the page then click on the tool name.

    the fubar tool can be found at http://www.stanleytools.com/default....3B+Utility+Bar. the fubar tool i am aslo looking at to buy my father. he is an oficer on a paid department. but i dont know if its worth it. i know there is another thread on it. but i am asking for perosnal experinces. i want to get him soemthing thta is good and very useful. if there are any other that are better plase let me know. he is on a very busy truck, so i wnat soemhtign that has alot of strength and he can use. the only thin he bring in is a camera. so i was just looking for soemthing small for him.

    the promax married can be found at http://www.firehooksunlimited.net/promaxx.html i i will attch 3 pictures. i am sory i dont ahve a picture of the fubar took. but it is on the link for stanely tools. the first picture will be the vulcan hok. the second picture will be the lincoln bar and the third will be the promax.

    all of your feed back will be greatly appricated. i posted another thread. but i think somethgin might have went wrogn . it is also idetical to thsi. i posted it a hr ago. so i appolgize now for the other posting. if you ccan post allyou feed bak here

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