Here are some of my newest acquisitions. ( in last 6 months )
Y'all have to realize the prices shown are through amazon.ca and reflect the Canadian peso and the fact that we get ripped on a lot of automotive parts and accessories as well as tools.
The battery tester works awesome. Much better than a load tester and simple volt meter. It will tell you what the CCA's are left in your battery and if it should be replaced. I have a load tester and the battery in the T&C van passed the load test. It showed the proper voltage, however was only holding a "surface charge" and 15 minutes with the door open and the interior lights on and it was a no start. Tested it with this thing once it arrived and found out it only had 350 CCA's left and it was supposed to have 750.
I have since used it on the Impala and my Nissan Diesel truck. I thought the impala sounded a bit "labored" when cranking one cold morning in the garage and tested it. Gave a yellow light to recharge and test again. I did and again yellow light and 550CCA's. I bought a new battery for it as well.
I got the radiator pressure testing thing and it works as advertised. Very handy for finding those pesky water pump mechanical seal leaks that don't readily show themselves. ( again I wish I could buy at US prices )
These pliers are friggen awesome. I actually got them from Princess Auto
(much like harbor freight) for less than they are shown on the amazon ad.
I just did a job on the T&C van heating system where I had a gazillion of those damned clamps to take off in tight spaces. I had them all off in 10 minutes. Great idea and work awesome
Used this in conjunction with my AirLift (as mentioned on page 1 of this topic ). Again I purchased this from Princess Auto for 22.00 I think. Worked really well for me to monitor when the thermostat was opening and letting the smaller bubbles out etc.
If you search them on Amazon.com or in harbor freight or wherever Y'all get your tools etc you will see the price difference. I can certainly order from some of these places but have to add near 30% on the $$ and pay for shipping where you do not have to and even if they will ship for "Free" to Canada those rotten bastards at UPS will charge you brokerage and customs fees before they take it off the truck. Usually these fees exceed the price of what it is you bought.
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New tools that all work great.