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..
“My goodness, where is that naughty grinder wrench” (or something like that) was often heard in our workshop when we needed to change a grinder wheel - that is until we got one of these. Cheaper than buying a new OEM wrench (by a long way…) its adjustable spacing from 15 to 52mm m..
Ideal for wheel and hub bearings up to 100mm ID. ABS plastic cones with threaded hollow steel central rod. Evenly injects fresh grease into open roller and tapered bearings. Quick and clean operation.
Yes you can pack them by hand which is messy and you can't be sure you pack them evenly, or ..
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..
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..
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.
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..
Wonder why your files seem to be blunt? They’re probably just clogged, the fine cutting surface of metal files easily choke up with particles, especially if you are filing soft non-ferrous metals as well as steel with the same file you naughty boy (we’ve all done it, who has two sets of ..