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..
Installs seals without causing damage!
Steel thrust washer stops seals from being driven too far. Tough alloy handle with knurled grip.
Includes 35 - 85mm diameters and 3 hooded drivers for seals with dust shields.
Ideal for removing old gaskets. Metal construction. Sharp enough to hack away at even gummed on gaskets but not so hard you risk serious damage to the surface unless you’re a total klutz. Sliding handle protects the blade (and you) when not in use.
The old fashioned way for diagnosing engine mechanical problems but easily the best if your car doesn't have a computer port(!) We had a TR7 with a knocking noise and pinned it down to the small end of one of the conrods with one of these. Saved a lot of time not taking the whole thing apart. Co..
For aligning clutch plate on most classic (and modern!) cars and light commercial vehicles. Proper metal job. Adapter fits through clutch plate and into pilot bushing or bearing. Electroplated for corrosion resistance. Includes centring shaft with clutch plate adaptor, 2 x pilot bearing adaptors (15..
Economical Petrol Engine Compression Tester.
Testing the cylinder compression on your engine is one of the best ways to test an engine's internal health, which is otherwise hard to establish. It can help identify rough running issues caused by worn/damaged valve gear or piston rings on indivi..
Piston ring pliers with nickel-plated carbon steel for corrosion resistance and comfortable vinyl-dipped handles.
Sprung mechanism for control.
Installs and removes piston rings up to 6.4mm (1/4") without twisting.
These little Dollies are just great. They're tough and cheap and really useful. Approx 1" (2.5cm) thick ply and 500mm x 300mm overall, they'll carry 150kgs each which covers most 4 cylinder engines. We join two or more together (see photo) to carry our engines which makes them really ea..