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Originally Posted by Debx36 View Post
I'm probably just gonna grab the basics. Hammer, screwdriver set, needle nose and flat nose pliers and a multi tool. I'll also have a small to medium sized wrecking bar as well and call it a day
My truck is metric. I keep a ratchet drive kit and metric open/ boxed straight wrenches, needle nose and a vice grip. Leatherman multi with the bit drives.
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400-500lbs worth of tools is nice have however you be lucky to carry the basics at around 15-20lbs

which will be closer to 30-40 lbs when split over 2 people..

I'm not talking 1/2 ton to 2 ton worth of tools as that is only applicable if you have a motor vehicle to carry them...
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HVAC by trade My work truck has all the tools to install a heat pump system in the average house, it also carries plumbing/electrical tools and I drive it most of the time.
My edc bag has a pair of Kimpex 10" dykes, 1.5'' adjustable wrench, Kimpex slip joint pliers, and a multi bit screw driver. Oh and flashlight that can detect electricity
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