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If I were going on a long road trip in my Opel (which is a GM brand), I always take at least the following along: 2x Adjustable wrenches. One big and one small. Saves space and can fit any size nut. a set of allen keys. They're used to undo things like your seats, some engine components, etc. a set of torx keys. They're like allen keys but with star heads. ...


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Depends entirely on the vehicle and how you drive it. If the vehicle is reasonably recent, and not all beat up, and you don't beat it up, then the tool you may need MOST for emergency repairs is an eight-pound sledgehammer. For real. To take that danged tight-fitting wheel off the hub when you have a flat tire on the road. And a 4x4, of course, so you don't ...


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To directly answer your question: GM cars are primarily (if not entirely) Metric these days (probably since the mid-to-late 90's). The Korean/Japanese/European cars are all going to be Metric as well. You should be able to get a small ratchet set which contains both SAE and Metric sockets in it. If you are serious about outfitting your car, you'll also want ...


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Modern vehicles use a wide range of tools for service work. Most countries in the world use the metric system of measurement, including the USA in many cases, yet there remains a legacy of the old Imperial system still around. A set of wrenches in the boot will not even get close to what you may need. If you have a particular job in mind you could carry the ...



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