For removing and fitting upholstery, clips, trims, mouldings and wheel hubs. Do not confuse these with those 3" long soft plastic 'tools' you see around. These are large and made of glass reinforced resin so very strong yet unlikely to mark surrounding surfaces. Great for popping off in..
TTACT (Tag Today, Avoid Cursing Tomorrow) Tags are another product exclusive to C&B. They allow you to label the wiring loom, cables and brake pipes of your vehicle on disassembly so that it connects back together at the end of the rebuild quickly and without expensive errors.
Used to fix panels and access hatches to car bodywork using self tappingfasteners. Drill both panels with a clearance hole for the screw, push the clip over the edge of the panel and then screw the panels together. The clip takes up any tolerance in the exact position of the clearance hole. Used in ..
Wet and Dry is used for bodywork refinishing on vehicles to get a really fine surface prior to painting. You normally remove old paint or shape filler with the coarsest grade (120) then work your way down the grades to the finest (1200 grit), each removing the cut marks of the previous grade. If you..
A specially formulated lube bar for use with 240 or finer ‘Wet & Dry’ when used wet. Keep in your water bucket and rub your abrasive across it each time you rinse. It reduces scratches significantly, lubricates the cutting and therefore speeds the sanding process and extends the life..
In place of your MG radio blanking plate (or radio) fit this neat 2mm steel gauge holder. Accepts 3 standard 52mm gauges for monitoring vital functions. Easily fit yourself using the included Stainless Steel socket headed bolts and looks the business!
Easily adapted for other vehic..
Once you have punched a hole in your bodywork, you can make the panel stifferr than it was before and a heck of a lot more attractive, by using a dimple die of the correct size. The bend reinforces the panel and by using a punch and the die several times across a pnael you can both lighten and stren..
Don't cut holes in your bodywork with holesaws or step drills, use one of these. Why hack when you can punch? The neatest, most professional holes in flat sheet material you can make.
To use: Drill a pilot hole for the central bolt. Assemble the punch on both sides of the sheet then tighten t..