TEDDY REAKA, mechanic
Snap-on 1/2” Drive Air Impact Wrench A lot of power.
OTC Genysis Scan Tool Makes diagnostics simple.
Snap-on Flank Drive Wrenches A lot of grabbing power.
Snap-on 2-lb. Dead Blow Hammer The ultimate take off tool.
Craftsman 1/2” Drive Torque Wrench Very accurate.
My five favorite tools are:
Test light, it’s the most overlooked tool and the easiest to use.
DVOM, if used correctly can get you out of trouble before you misdiagnose electrical problems.
Flashlight, I don’t know how techs, can do without it. It brings the phrase “working in the dark” to the true meaning!
Stethescope, you can pinpoint a noise in very tight areas.
And lastly, common sense. Engines are still basic, they need air, fuel and spark to run. I can’t tell you how the realitively low cost of these tools can save you, when used correctly.
Almeida’s Classic Cars
Gibbs Spray Solvent To loosen rusty nuts and bolts. The nozzle regulates!
Flex-Hone For breaking glaze on piston cylinders.
Sun Volts/Amps Tester
Mityvac Hand-Held Vaccuum Pump For testing components.
Chicago Pneumatic 3/8” Drive Air Wrench
WILLIAM VOLKMANN, owner/operator
Snap-on Ratchet Screwdriver (SSDMR4B)
Craftsman Professional Multimeter and miniscope Durable, tough and very user friendly.
TrueCraft G981B Koken 3/4” Drive x 1-1/16” Double-Backed Ratchet Has an interchangable handle.
Matco 1/2” Drive Torque Wrench
Plews Grease Gun