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What are some tools/ shop equipment that you have discovered that you now refuse to live without.

Mine is this hose clamp removal tool- I can't believe that I used to use a channel lock for this?...
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That is definitely a good one, and would be on my list as well. I would also include an air hammer on that list. And when it comes to UCA's on our cars, I would never do it again without an 18mm gear wrench.

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Ditto on the 18mm gear wrench, and the hose clamp removal tool for the bottom radiator hose. And although possible, I don't ever want to again adjust my headlamps without the Lisle 4mm long handle ratchet.

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Hmmmm
Electronic torx bits with the darned part in the middle still there.
Jeweler's screwdrivers
Electric drill (plug in) with lots of amps!
A magnet pick up thingy

But I'd have to say a good flashlight/shop light. Nothing's as annoying as when you can get light on a part you're trying to work on!

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Shop press, drill press, vise, bench grinder. All of those have saved me money upon initial purchase and have paid for themselves multiple times over by now. I wish I had a good welder.

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A good, low profile, high lift hydraulic jack and jack stands.

I LOVE being able to both slide my jack under the car effortlessly AND being able to jack up either the left or the right side completely and get stands under it with the jack on the frame rail without having to move the jack.

Ratcheting box wrenches are also a godsend.
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I would say a Scan Tool is a vital tool to have!!
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I would say a Scan Tool is a vital tool to have!!
I agree, but I prefer an Xcal2, personally.

That said, you can't really work on these cars without an obdII reader; you'd be guessing, or paying someone else to fix it for you. (Who will use a code scanner to see what's wrong, lol.)

My Boss bought a Scantool that hooks to his phone by bluetooth, and will show you whatever you want; if I ever get a smartphone, I'll buy that asap.


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I would practically kill for a heated garage with a lift...

That said I love my air tools. Must be a northerner thing.
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I would practically kill for a heated garage with a lift...

That said I love my air tools. Must be a northerner thing.
I need a better compressor and some good air tools. I had to get my motor mounts apart because I found one of mine (driver's side) was broken when I pulled the engine. My impact wrench wouldn't even try to get it off, so I took it to my alignment guy and he had it off in seconds.

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My garage wasn't a real garage until I had a lift and a compressor.
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My garage wasn't a real garage until I had a lift and a compressor.
Do you have a 2 post or 4 post lift? I think if I bought one today I would go with a 4.

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I would practically kill for a heated garage with a lift...

That said I love my air tools. Must be a northerner thing.
Yah. I'm waiting for summer so I can upgrade back to a shade tree mechanic

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What are some tools/ shop equipment that you have discovered that you now refuse to live without.

Mine is this hose clamp removal tool- I can't believe that I used to use a channel lock for this?...
Those hose clamp tools are a godsend, but I'd also have to nominate ball joint splitters (fork type or the lever type), trolley jack, extra long breaker bars. I guess it depends what was the most recent job you've done where something saved the day.

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The tool I can't live without, for me at least, is electricity. My house is an older house and I only have two outlets in my garage and said two outlets in my garage have shared power with my 3 bedrooms. This being the case, whenever I use my air compressor, I have to make sure that there is nothing plugged in / in use in the bedrooms or else the breaker trips. I would LOVE to have a 220v outlet, more outlets, and dedicated breaker for my garage.

After that, my list of tools would definitely change, LOL.

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The tool I can't live without, for me at least, is electricity. My house is an older house and I only have two outlets in my garage and said two outlets in my garage have shared power with my 3 bedrooms. This being the case, whenever I use my air compressor, I have to make sure that there is nothing plugged in / in use in the bedrooms or else the breaker trips. I would LOVE to have a 220v outlet, more outlets, and dedicated breaker for my garage.

After that, my list of tools would definitely change, LOL.
I have this same issue; my garage has no power, as of yet.

I have a huge pile of stuff to put a 200A service in the garage, but I'm going to have to deal with utility stuff.

My 120V compressor is nice, but it won't last.


My favorite tool of all is being ambidextrous.

Some things are right-handed, some are left-handed; being able to do both rules.

As a bonus, when working on a computer, I can use either hand as a mouse hand, no prob.
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I think the best thing I ever invested in was the Makita LION LXT set: in particular the impact gun, angle grinder, and drill are all heavily used. I no longer have to wait for power.
Other little tools are obvious: compression tester for compression and vacuum testing, you need the etorx to drop the subframe or the bigger Torx to pull things like the tensioner but I only learned the value of some of them after people showed me how much easier they make life for you.
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- Good headlamp: discussed here. best work light for cramped areas?

- Detachable zipties: this might be more useful in a racecar than a show car but did you know they make zipties you can detach without any tools? I didn't until a buddy who works at 3M showed up with a few packets for me for my first race. I now keep them in stock and buy more when. Example
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- 9mil nitrile gloves: another item I keep regularly stocked up on from HF. Perhaps I'm a pansy here but I don't like getting covered in grime. I use them until they tear and get another pair. This isn't a condom here so I don't see the value in thin or powered ver.

- Coveralls: I often don't have much time to work on the car (30 min here, 1 hr there) so being able to go from under the car to presentable in a short amount of time is useful. I've torn the knees out of a bunch of them (to the point where even using old jeans as patches wasn't sufficient) but the last pair I've bought seems to have lasted far longer than the previous sets. I think I looked for the thickest weight possible since I never found full coveralls with double knees. It also helps that it hardly ever gets hot enough to sweat in my garage in SF. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005SW3Q7E

- 40 or 60pc Tap and Die set from HF: working on an older car means dealing with crudded up bolts/holes. This $40 set has been invaluable for the # of bolts/holes I've been able to clean up before reassembly. Since I bought this set 3-4 years ago, the only addition I had to make was a set of NPT taps/dies (<$8 from HF) so I could install a plug in my GT40/Explorer lower intakes EGR piping.

- Offset Hose removal tool: makes removing rubber hoses without cutting them even if they've been attached to a metal pipe for a long time a TON easier.

- Shop vac: don't just get the cheapest 5 gal one from HF; spend a few more bucks and get the one with a higher HP rating and it will still give an acceptable amount of suckage for a longer period before you have to clean the filters. I didn't learn how awesome this was until after I bought one and was given the opportunity to upgrade to a friend's unit (sold mine on Craiglist for a few bucks).

- Crows Feet sockets: Sometimes you get in a random spot where you can't quite tighten a given bolt (key example: bolt ut that holds the distributor down is hard to reach with a socket or even a wrench on a 5.0).

- 6pt sockets (deep and shallow) in addition to 12pt sockets: after completing a set and buying all the missing sizes in a given set of 12pt sockets, I found the next good investment of money is buying a 6pt set. Why? No more rounding bolts. I reach for the 6pt set whenever it's convenient and for the tbird, I found I mostly use the 3/8" tools vs 1/2" and 1/4" drive.








I don't have the room for a monster compressor and considering my garage is also my basement (living on a hill), running a compressor would be too disruptive for my toddler sleeping (when it was just my wife I didn't worry about it so much).

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I have this same issue; my garage has no power, as of yet.

I have a huge pile of stuff to put a 200A service in the garage, but I'm going to have to deal with utility stuff.

My 120V compressor is nice, but it won't last.


My favorite tool of all is being ambidextrous.

Some things are right-handed, some are left-handed; being able to do both rules.

As a bonus, when working on a computer, I can use either hand as a mouse hand, no prob.
Year before last my garage suddenly lost power. Dug up the line to find out it was indoor romex buried about 3" deep around my driveway, and it broke where it goes into the house because they poured a concrete step over it, and when the ground froze, thawed, froze, thawed it broke the romex. So a lot of digging and some underground PCV later, I have a properly buried outdoor rated power line on it's own circuit breaker run out to the garage.

Really not that hard to do, just make sure you're in conduit, and at least a foot deep underground. Keep it in conduit using elbows, etc until it gets into the garage and your house.

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My garage is a driveway and I don't have the lift so my air tools might be the most help like not having the hit the ground to remove lug nuts every time or....

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Do you have a 2 post or 4 post lift? I think if I bought one today I would go with a 4.
4 post.



Accessories include a pair of hydraulic sliding jacks, led light strips and a 110 volt winch that bolts to the front which is handy for winching disabled vehicles up onto the lift.
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Having the spanner wrench for the Super Coupe is a MUST have. Gotta get an 18mm box wrench for the LX when it comes time to UCAs for sure.
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