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just bought a power probe II on ebay, has anyone discovered any good uses for the tool that might be differant then the instructions call for. thanks E d haven't got it but read the instruction sheet and it seem like a good tool.
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In January, in my Autoshop class teacher will teach us electrical, right now were are in Tires
Tires=round, hold air, provide friction surface for accelleration & decelleration, hold chassis off the ground(providing the springs work).
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Call tow truck--use back-up car


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I just bought a Matco Test light, for 12 bucks ( With discount)
To bad it is made in china, but it is better than my 5 buck ones I used to use.
Are their pliers made in Twain?
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