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Outside of checking fluids there isn't much you can do on your car with your bare hands. Whether it's a simple task like checking tire pressure or polishing a fender, or a more intricate job like checking ring end gap or installing a ball joint, for any auto service you need an interface between your hands and the work called a tool. A tool can be something as simple as the rag used to remove the wax from that fender to larger, more complex pieces of equipment like compressors, generators, power tools and diagnostic testers. But the one thing all tools & equipment have in common is that just about all of them are available right here.

From hand tools to shop supplies, auto detailing products to battery chargers, we have everything you need to maintain and repair your car or truck. There are other online vendors where you can get parts and accessories for your vehicle, but when you deal with them you have to go elsewhere for the prerequisite tools to complete the job. But not here. We want to be your one-stop destination for all your auto repair, maintenance, performance, and customizing needs. When you shop with us you not only get top brand parts and accessories at the best prices, but you can also get the tools and supplies required to install them.

Check out our selection of automotive tools. More and more repair and maintenance jobs these days demand special tools. A simple procedure like disconnecting a fuel line or removing a fan that formerly could be accomplished with a hand tool now often requires a special disconnect tool or wrench. Tools like these may not be in your tool box, but instead of trying to improvise something or hunt down a tool truck, you can get the right tool for the job as well the replacement part with just one phone call. No matter what part of your car or system you're servicing, engine, cooling system, brakes, suspension, electrical system or heating and air conditioning, we have the tools and tool sets.

Along with the tools and parts, the other elements of the repair process are the supplies and consumables that are a part of just about every kind of automotive service. Many repair jobs involve cleaners to remove grease and gunk, adhesives and sealants to prevent leaks, and lubricants to prevent seizing and allow parts to move freely. Car detailing needs include car wash, polishes, car wax, glass cleaners and tire dressings, and pads and towels. While some supplies are used up in just a few jobs, others have a longer but nonetheless limited useful lifespan and these include drills, sanding discs, saw blades, and grinding bits. And every garage should also have a supply of essentials like electrical tape, wire ties, and wire terminals. All of these supplies are just a phone call away.

While some tools may be necessities, others can make the work go easier and faster. Sure, you can get a tire off with a breaker bar and a socket, but put an air-powered impact wrench on that socket and the tire will be off in no time. We have cutting tools, grinders, ratchets and many other air tools that will help make your time in the shop more productive. And while corded tools can certainly get the job done, today's cordless tools have the power you need and allow you to work untethered.

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  • July 12, 2016
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    Modern cars and trucks are constantly evolving, mostly due to advancements in electronics. This allows vehicle systems previously controlled by mechanical hardware to...
  • July 08, 2016
    Are Superchips Really Super?
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    One consequence of the trend toward larger diameter wheels is that previously hidden mechanical components are now clearly visible. We are referring, of course, to...
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    If you've ever visited an automotive dealership service department, you may have been told that your vehicle needs a brake fluid flush. Or you might have received a...
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Low Side Refrigerant Charger Works Great
This product is high quality and works great. Going to buy another for my second gauge manifold.
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