Chris Ringold, shop foreman
Flint Bottom Auto Sales
Mac Mentor – Generic OBD II and Repair Trac are invaluable.
ALLDATA – If Repair Trac doesn’t cover it, ALLDATA does.
MechanixWear Fast Fit Gloves – Great protection and workability!
Chilton Labor Guide and CD-ROM – Fast and effective for all estimates.
Mini Maglite – Always in my pocket when I need it – along with my freebie screwdriver.
C.W. Auto & Truck Repair Inc.
OTC Ball Joint/U-Joint Press – One-man operation; easily removes pressed joints; and it beats pounding them out.
Auto-Darkening Helmet #67 – Best mask I have ever bought. No more welding flash!
MotorVac Smoke Machine – Great for those EVAP P codes that you can never find.
Ferret Light – I got real tired of buying drop cords, but with Ferret’s I haven’t bought another.
Tracerline – Great, inexpensive light for those tough leaks.
AJ’s Automotive and Sport Vehicles
Sun 500 Diagnostic Analyzer – Used for all types of diagnosis.
Snap-on Sim-U-Tec Electronic Breakout Box – For tough fixes.
Snap-on Vantage – Great all-around diagnostic tool with great data.
Shop-Key – For all information needed for repairs and estimates to customers.
Snap-on Ratchet Wrenches – For those tight spots of bolt and nut removal.
Mark Allison, owner
Stinger rechargeable flashlight – The best light I’ve owned. I use it all day long, every day!
Snap-on MT2500 scanner – Another tool I use on a daily basis.
Central Tools Brake Force Digital Caliper – Very quick for measuring brake rotors, and switches to metric or standard in a flash.
Raytek Raynger ST Infrared Thermometer – Great for checking catalytic converters.
Blue Point MT586BK Digital Multimeter – I use it for everything electrical.
Tampa Corvette Service, Inc.
Craftsman 10 mm socket 1/4″ drive
Vetronix Tech2 Scan Tool
Doctor’s forceps (10″ and 24″) – swap meet variety
My 30-year-old Rockwell 1/2″ air impact wrench
My stubby Gearwrench set (SAE)