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11-01-2003 05:28 PM
71 c-10 hey man as a student in my high schools auto tech program we get 50% off all snap on tools, wich is prety cool, if i figure out how it all works i might be able to help ya out.. e-mail me if u want biketopia.bmx@verizon.net
11-01-2003 06:56 AM
Kevin45 Here is a few
here
and here
try here
and this one


Kevin
10-31-2003 10:43 PM
MI2600 http://www.mytoolstore.com/
http://www.goodson.com/
10-31-2003 09:55 PM
Novaman78 i don't know if you have checked out sears yet but here is a link to there tool section. Good luck http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/verti...&vertical=TOOL
10-31-2003 09:46 PM
crshrmn3
tool suppliers

What are some good sites that sells specialized automotive tools?

I remember seeing some links to some pretty good sites, but since re-doing my computer, I lost all of those links that I had saved in my favorites menu.

I have been looking for a place to order the special spanner socket to adjust the upper ball joint on a 4x4 front axle. I found it on the Snap-On website. The socket price was $19, which I thought was a bit high for a socket, but the $9 shipping was a little excessive in my mind for a single 1/2 drive socket. I have checked a few parts stores around here, but none of them that I have been to thus far carry that socket, and half the parts store clerks that I have talked to don't even know what I am talking about.

Any links to tool suppliers would be appreciated.

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