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    a lot of really good ones listed, I found myself using a pick set to get a rubber piece off a cheap plug wire set out of the spark plug tube.
    and the 14mm combo wrench with a gear ratchet is nice.

    but this serpentine belt tool comes in handy.
    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/oe...FStk7AodghAAMA

    even though my Celica doesn't have a serpentine belt this helped me reach that bolt on the power steering pump belt.

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    the garage fridge.

    and ratcheting box wrenches. Those things are damn useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crymson View Post
    the garage fridge.

    and ratcheting box wrenches. Those things are damn useful.
    I keep meaning to get a set of those wrenches and never do... that and a cordless impact... really should have both by now!
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    I love my smaller cordless impact, that thing is awesome. It's only a small 18v Ryobi but it works enough for what I need it. I'll be upgrading it soon to a nice big one though with the rebuild. I can't remember who, but someone gave me a gift last year of a set of Metric & SAE ratcheting wrenches. On top of that I bought some crows feet & line wrenches (for brake lines, etc). Those alone have saved me countless hours of grief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crymson View Post
    the garage fridge.

    and ratcheting box wrenches. Those things are damn useful.
    when I did the timing belt the bolts on that front motor mount between the passenger fender would have never come out if I didn't have a ratcheting 14mm box end


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    got a 10kg sledgehammer with a short shaft. Damn usefull when working on cars that has been on salty roads.

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    You know it's true. My right hand guys are a ratcheting 10, 12, 14mm box wrench...except that darn 10mm is always playing hide and seek.

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    I'm half tempted to make wrist straps for all my 10mm stuff. Or tie them to balloons or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by underscore View Post
    I'm half tempted to make wrist straps for all my 10mm stuff. Or tie them to balloons or something.
    Literal LOL there. Exactly. It's hopeless

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