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Let’s take a look back at a post from a year ago. When I first bought my tools, at the start of my first semester of automotive school, I got a whole bunch of Snap-On stuff. I didn’t know that … Continue reading
One of the reasons I keep my toolbox organized is so I can easily tell if I’m missing a tool. I’ve only lost three tools, but they weren’t anything too important, and two I got for free so it was … Continue reading
For a mechanic, time is money. The more we get done, the more money we make. So it’s often worth spending some money on tools that help us get jobs done faster.
There are always times when that one bolt you need to turn is in a really inconvenient place, and it leads you to come up with combinations of tools you wouldn’t usually.
Before I got my job at the Toyota dealership, I ordered tools and had them shipped to me, because I couldn’t just get them from the salesman that comes the shop by every week. Now I understand that you can … Continue reading
It’s interesting to look back at older pictures of my toolbox. Over the two and a half years I’ve been buying tools, I’ve gotten a lot.