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60% off ToolPRO Speciality Tools @ Supercheap Auto

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Hi Fellows,
speciality tools on sale 60% off, few were in my my wishlist and will be picking later in the morning once the store opens, i am sure you will find something interesting @ 60% off.

Few interesting items

ToolPRO Sump Plug Removal - 3 / 8 Inch Drive, 17 Piece

https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/toolpro-toolpro-sump-plu...

ToolPRO Guard Mask - 92 X 63cm

https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/toolpro-toolpro-guard-ma...

ToolPRO Compression Tester Kit - 8 Piece

https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/toolpro-toolpro-compress...

and the list goes on

enjoy

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  • +1 vote

    Why wait until store opens, order on line then pick up when it opens. Saves wasted trip if they are sold out.

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      That’s what OP is doing

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        Yea on re reading, that could also be the case, thanks 😀

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    Thanks, got brake spreader - they have two types

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    Thanks OP. Picked up a few items on my wish list but always seemed a bit too expensive to bite (sump removal set and lock wire pliers).

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      I needed the sump tools last week. Ended up grinding down a 3/8 adaptor to 8mm square

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        Renault life?

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          Sigh… Oui 😂

  • +1 vote
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      Game over they'll have lines out the door.

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      Haha, just keep in mind this is single ply!

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        Otherwise it's be $19.99 haha

  • +1 vote

    Damn, I am looking to purchase a ToolPro breaker bar to loosen those damn wheel nuts, not on special :(

  • +2 votes

    OMG, I don't know wth any of them are used for, panicking, what to buy !?

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      you then need to buy all

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        that's the OzBargain way!

  • +11 votes

    If you're overwhelmed. A lot of the stuff listed are tools for pretty advanced mechanic work like engine/gearbox internal servicing. Which if you were doing, you wouldn't be buying this brand..

    But for everyday mechanics, there's some decent stuff there at a decent price.

    Single Caliper Piston Spreader
    Good to help open single piston calipers (in most street cars) to get new brake pads into the caliper

    Dual Caliper Piston Spreader
    Good for replacing brake pads in dual piston calipers (usually in bigger brakes like WRX's and performance cars)

    Mechanics Stethoscope
    A must have, really useful to find the source of knocks, vibrations and squeaks.

    Magnetic Pick Up Tool
    Self explanatory, but dropping bolts and nuts down the side of the engine is annoying, these help.

    Door Trim Removal Set
    Helps to remove plastic trims without scratching them around stereos, doors and everywhere else that's plastic in the car. Which is everywhere these days.

    Door Trim Removal Tool - Perfect for those hundreds of plastic clips that hold most of the interior and bumpers together. Using a screw driver usually breaks the clips. Using your fingers usually breaks your nails.

    • +6 votes

      Which if you were doing, you wouldn't be buying this brand..

      As someone who does a lot of this work, I beg to differ. I have a lot of Tool Pro tools in my toolbox because the quality is on par with most of the more expensive name brand stuff, but it's about 1/2 to 1/4 of the price.

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        Fair enough. There's nothing wrong with the brand. I mainly meant that professional mechanics would be using tools with lifetime warranties etc.

        • +4 votes

          I am a professional mechanic. And I can assure you, there are a lot of broken 1/2 drive Tool Pro breaker bars in the price of one Snap On version.

        • +2 votes

          Tools with lifetime warranty… like toolpro?

          Honestly, with the current state of most tool brands, toolpro is pretty much on par (I don't think their power tools are up to scratch vs. milwaukee, dewalt, makita, but they're not awful either)

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          Yep, Toolpro has lifetime warranty. Also, I've broken a hell of a lot of sockets that weren't ToolPro. I've used my ToolPro socket set on the end of my impact wrench a million and one times (I know I shouldn't) and never broken a socket.

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            @tastybaklava: I find that while blowing up standard sockets on impact wrenches can happen, the biggest advantage of dedicated impact sockets is they're stiffer (which makes impact devices work better), and less likely to round stubborn bolts.

            But hell, if it's a one off thing and the proper impact socket is going to be $$$, I'll abuse a regular socket without hesitation.

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              @SolidworksError: That's pretty much how it works for me. I do have impact sockets, but I have had many instances where I'm missing just that one size (which is different every time!), so I have to use my regular sockets.

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      Magnetic Pick Up Tool
      Self explanatory, but dropping bolts and nuts down the side of the engine is annoying, these help.

      SCA branded one is on sale too for 80c

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        Use stainless bolts and nuts for extra enjoyment :)

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  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Bought the sump plug removal kit and the O2 sensor removal kit.

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    Thanks OP would have missed it!

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    Thanks, now i can fix a car real real good.

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    Damn, paid $260 labour 2 months ago to have my inner/outer tie rods changed as didn’t have an inner tie rod tool.

    Should’ve waited and spent $40 here, and done them myself :/

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      It's never too late, get the tools now and there could be a use case down the road😉

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    Nice.

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    Well, I ordered 3 items online, none in stock. Now I have to go into the store to get a refund…

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      You can call Customer Service and they’ll refund you over the phone.

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        Thank you, will do!

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP, bought a few "nice to have" tools that I've generally gotten by without in the past.

    Brake spring pliers, drum brake adjustment tool, set of ball joint separators and compression tester - $77.95.

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      Nice, I think it's all about bringing your garageshop to next level, i also bought many similar items

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    For anyone thinking about changing wheel hub /bearings and its stuck good to wheel spline. This tool saved me.
    *Yes you can hammer the crap out of the old hub but that might damage the hub/carrier/

    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/toolpro-toolpro-gear-pul...

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    Been wanting a tap and die set for a while. Took a gamble and bought the 24 piece metric one. Anyone know if it is decent quality?

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      The hexagonal die is only good to chase the thread (re-servicing them). The round version is the one you use to cut the thread (tend to have a split) that ease the threat cutting.

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    Now I know there's only a cuppla hours left on this, but this is worth sharing. Myself and a mate went to the local store and had an argument with them. I know they are not on the website as 60% off, but because they were displayed in the same area as all the rest, where there are 60% off tickets, we ended up with

    Digital torque adaptor
    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/toolpro-toolpro-digital-...

    and the Helicoil copy kit
    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/toolpro-toolpro-thread-r...

    both at 60% off