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Tools used to repair motor vehicles. Avoid shopping questions.

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There should be a locking screw securing the bezel of the dial. If all you're trying to do is calibrate for zero, you should be able to close the jaws (don't force it), loosen the locking screw and r …
answered Jul 9 '13 by Bob Cross
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Yes, there are a variety of tools like what you describe that come under the heading of an automotive pulley holding tool. If you look through the result set of that search, you'll see that the Y … to a long breaker bar to immobilize the pulley and use your other tools to remove the securing nut. If you provide more information about your specific application, I could replace the Google link with something more specific. …
answered Jan 19 '13 by Bob Cross
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organized) selection of tools and make a good guess as to which tools you're definitely going to need. You usually won't get the inventory exactly right but you'll have reduced the wrong-tool-curse … -walk-back-to-other-bag frequency significantly. To address the outdoor point: Working outdoors, how can one keep tools clean of dirt and other debris that may not be exactly friendly to your …
answered Apr 2 '12 by Bob Cross
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Sadly, I have a lot of experience with this exactly situation. We're not quite as deep into the Salt Belt as PA but still.... Will be removing at least some heat shielding ... For this part of …
answered Dec 1 '13 by Bob Cross
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roll off the jack stand and, again, kill you dead. Basic tools: These are tools that you will appreciate having. Socket set: I have a nice socket set with a variety of sizes that I purchased from a …
answered Aug 1 '11 by Bob Cross
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I use two part spring compressors like you show here on a regular basis.* I think you'll be fine but there are some good things to watch out for. Watch out for the threads. If the compressing clam …
answered Sep 19 '16 by Bob Cross
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some rusty bolts. Throw it in the case, drive over, zip zip done, receive accolades. Try that with your air tools.... ;-) …
answered Feb 5 '15 by Bob Cross