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#14517 - 09/23/02 04:00 PM More Tool Belts
fibes Offline
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Registered: 09/18/02
Posts: 5
A short time ago I asked a question regarding tool belts. Thanks for all the responses. While doing some research, I came across three brands that I would like to know more about. They are, Occidental, Boulder Bags, and Ulimate. Ultimate can be seen at If anyone knows anything about these bags, please let me know. I appreciate all responses. And if anyone knows how these compare to Diamondback, let me know. Thanks.

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#14518 - 09/23/02 05:16 PM Re: More Tool Belts
sparky Offline

Registered: 10/18/00
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mine's grown, i'm gonna haveta get a backpack, or suspenders....

#14519 - 09/23/02 06:12 PM Re: More Tool Belts
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Registered: 11/17/00
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Loc: West Virginia
I highly recommend suspenders...

Actually, I quit wearing my belt... Sure makes my chiropractor happy! I only wear a small carpenter's belt for rough-in.

My tool belt used to weigh in at about 18 or 19 lbs! $900 and one hernaited disc later, and no more!


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