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Over a period of time, the gas lifters that hold up the hood or rear hatch on a vehicle can fail. This small, easy-to-use device solves this problem. Open the hood or rear hatch, attach the device to the metal rod on the gas cylinder, and secure. It will stay in place until you are finished with the job.
The problem with removing rivets from door glasses is the rivet stem. The rivet stem is made of steel and must be removed before you can drill out the aluminum. Our rivet head removal drill bit tackles the problem in another way: it drills the rivet head off and leaves the steel stem in place. When the rivet head is drilled away you can then push the remaining aluminum shank and the rivet stem out and the rivet is released. Our rivet removal drill bit is made of super hardened steel and has four sharp cutting flutes that will quickly and easily remove the rivet head.
A good set of hex keys is essential to any technician’s toolbox. We have such a wide range of foreign and American-made automobiles that you need a full set of standard and metric hex keys so you can work on any vehicle. You never have to worry about losing a hex key because our hex keys fold up into a compact storage handle that is easy to locate.
The inch-size hex keys have the following sizes:5/64", 3/32", 7/64", 1/8", 9/64", 5/32", 3/16", 7/32", 1/4"
A good set of hex keys is essential to any technician’s toolbox so you can work on any vehicle. We have such a wide range of foreign and American-made automobiles that you need a full set of standard and metric hex keys. You never have to worry about losing a hex key because our hex keys fold up into a compact storage handle that is easy to locate.
The metric hex keys have the following sizes:2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm
One of the things most technicians do not have is a good set of fingernails. For that reason, it is often difficult for us to get a hold on an item that fits tight against another item. Our hook and pick set comes in four different configurations to help you get under and pry up the smallest item. The straight pick also works great when you are trying to align small holes.
Also refered to as a spanner wrench, most retaining nuts can be removed with this tool. Due to its unique design, it can adjusted to fit a wide variety of retaining nuts. Its wide range of adjustments allows for removal of some three and four-hole foreign designed retaining nuts.
Made of hardened steel, this quality tool can last a lifetime.
Remove and replace “Swing Out” friction pins. Here is a problem that every auto glass technician has faced: how do you remove the friction pin from “swing out” windows without breaking the latch? The answer is Equalizer’s pin removal pliers. The jaws have five adjustable settings that will fit any swing out window. To remove the friction pin, open the jaws wide enough for the plier push pin to engage the friction pin. When reinstalling the retainer pin, swing the plier's push pin around until it is upside down and use the depression in the plier push pin to hold the friction pin in place. Start the friction pin and then use the plier pusher pin to push the friction pin into the latch.
Slide the tool left or right under the molding until it hooks a retaining clip. Rock the tool with a twist of the wrist to pull the clip out slightly. This releases the molding from the clip. Heat treated high carbon steel.