The 10 tools you NEED when starting as a PLUMBER! | GOT2LEARN

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In this video, i’ll be going thru the 10 most important tools you’ll need as an apprentice plumber. A lot of beginners ask me: What tools should I get for my first day on the job? Well, here it is!

#1- Channel Lock 8″ Adjustable Pliers:
#2- Stanley 8″ Adjustable Wrench:
#3- Stanley 8M/26ft Tape Measure:
#4- Stanely 9″ Torpedo Level:
#5- OLFA Utility Knife:
#6- Chalk Pencil w/ Holder:
#7- Stanley 16oz Hammer:
#8- Picquik 8 in 1 Multibit Screwdriver:
#9- Ridgid Small Pipe Cutter:
– Ridgid Big Pipe Cutter:
#10- Ridgid 14″ Aluminum Pipe Wrench:
#11- Tool Pouch:

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𝐌iᎥK乇 ×͜× says:

Yeah firts time work yeah! 🤑

FaucetMeaning says:

Thanks for informative video

Advanced Plumbing says:

This video ids very helpful for plumbing and plumbers, thank you so much.

Prophet J.D. says:

0:57 Projection? xD

Tomas F. Ramirez H. says:

Hello from México tour videos are son great


douglass usa best pliers ive ever used


Thanks very much for the clarity.

You are the best. I love how clear u set it out

C Paul says:

Stay away from trades, go to college and get laid.

rudedogii says:

When I started plumbing in 1985 all you needed was a pair of work boots, tape measure, and channel locks because most of the time was spent working a shovel digging trenches!

Lucky Monkey16 says:

Cool thanks man

Harris Water Main & Sewer Contractors says:

GREAT video!

Gilberto Nino says:

In the video it sounded like you said 8 oz hammer. It's a 16oz hammer, right?

Daniel Velez Diaz says:

I still use a plumb,a mason line,basic set of chisels,hacksaw,handsaw,.It all depends your specific job.I know plumbers,who are salesmen for big companies,so this differ vastly.

Juan Sebastián Fernández says:

Thank you for the video.
I'm confused because you say "A Stanley 8oz hammer" but the link on the description is a 20z hammer.

Robert Allen says:

How can I contact you ?

Pwede na pala Lumabas says:

I don’t need tools, I was inspired by a plumber called johny sins

Leonardo Aguilar says:

Algún latino

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