Sounds like an incontinence device, but this clever little moulding clips on your oil can etcetera and means you can accurately pour without the need for a funnel. Useful to keep on your oil and coolant top up in the car as takes up next to no space (95 x 40 x 40mm), unlike a funnel! Use again and a..
No 'Man Cave' is complete without these solid steel vented, cross drilled, yellow passivated brake disc bookends! Heavy enough to hold your books up but light enough not to bring down your shelf. Non scratch rubber feet protect your surfaces. Be tidy but still butch!
Price is for a pair.
Easily remove and install those pesky brake drum spring washers with this handy tool. Two sizes cover most common drum brake spring washers. Simple push and twist action. Large cut-away allows visibility of the pin and washer. No longer will the sound of 'PING' be followed by the hunt f..
Useful tools for mechanics and engineers. Great for anything from removing crank seals to removing pesky plastic clips on trim parts. It's also handy for removing things like water pumps which may have a flat mating surface that needs to be prised from the block but have deli..
An assortment of different fill brushes
With durable plastic handles include
Includes 2 nylon brush for detailing dash and upholstery, 2 steel brush for removal of rust, 2 brass brush for cleaning
Ideal for cleaning metal before welding
175mm length, 13mm bristles size
Really handy for when you can't quite make the bottle spout fit right when filling rear diffs or gearboxes etc. Also great for removing fluids if you can't get the diff drain plug out or if you've overfilled.
Has a 500ml capacity and works like a large syringe.
So you've just upgraded to those massive 320mm discs with 6-pot CNC'd calipers, great but dont forget the connection between your foot and the back of all of those pistons. The brake fluid!
Much talk is made of which fluid to go for, whether its DOT 3/4 poly glycol based fluid&n..
Traditionally, oil was the go to for engine rebuilding. Camshafts, bearing and cranks were all doused in it to aid assembly and prevent metal to metal contact prior to oil flow and pressure coming on tap a few seconds after start up. Thing is, most classic owners don't rebuild the engine, put it..