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"Tips for chocking a door: with a wood chock, insert it at the very top of the door,…"

Chuck Fager replied Dec 27, 2009 to Techniques (A.K.A.- Tricks)

2 Dec 27, 2009
Reply by Chuck Fager

"Our officer (shift Lt.) rides the engine and usually gets off the rig with the TIC a…"

Chuck Fager replied Nov 1, 2009 to Preferred tool for officer of 4 person crew

14 Nov 3, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

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Chuck Fager replied Oct 31, 2009 to Rex Tool!

4 Oct 31, 2009
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Chuck Fager replied Oct 31, 2009 to Rex Tool!

4 Oct 31, 2009
Reply by Chuck Fager

"Thanks Mike, I'm familiar with the A Tool...That's what we currently have on our rig…"

Chuck Fager replied Oct 31, 2009 to Rex Tool!

4 Oct 31, 2009
Reply by Chuck Fager

"I used to carry everything in my pant and coat pockets as well...! Subsequently, I h…"

Chuck Fager replied Jun 3, 2009 to Thoughts on Your Side Pockets

9 Jul 30, 2009
Reply by Michael Bricault (ret)

"hahaha, spoken like a true engine guy! lol"

Chuck Fager replied Oct 29, 2008 to What's in your pocket???

20 Oct 30, 2008
Reply by Chris Sterricker

"As I stated the Halligan is a multipurpose tool, not an all in one tool. I personall…"

Chuck Fager replied Oct 29, 2008 to Useless Tools

14 Nov 27, 2009
Reply by Jacob Smith

"What about the Stanley Fire Service FUBAR? Seems like the TNT, Kelly tool, and a hyd…"

Chuck Fager replied Oct 23, 2008 to Useless Tools

14 Nov 27, 2009
Reply by Jacob Smith

"Recently after a 3rd alarm and 2nd alarm back to back, I have decided to downsize wh…"

Chuck Fager replied Oct 3, 2008 to What's in your pocket???

20 Oct 30, 2008
Reply by Chris Sterricker

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