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ToolPRO 12V Mechanics Power Tool Kit $99.99 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Supercheap Auto


Followed up with cska2005 SCA special deals, I picked up one of these kits to change my car oil and filter. They comes with a black bag for storage and seem to be quite solid and heavy. Not Milwaukee quality but they do the job well + 3 years warranty. Limitted stocks around Vic. Epping has quite a few left. Best to call the store before you rush over. Details copied from SCA website:

Compact 3/8" drive impact wrench with 80Nm max torque
Slim-profile 3/8" drive impact ratchet with 45Nm max torque
3/8" impact sockets in a range of convenient common sizes with a 3/8" -> 1/4" adapter
12V Li-ion powered, with 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries and fast charger
All ToolPRO power tools are covered by a 3 year limited 

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  • +1 vote

    Electric ratchets are amazing.

    Seems like a great deal.

    The impact wrench looks pretty useless though. A standard impact driver with appropriate adaptor would be better than this.

    • +1 vote

      Mainly bought this kit for the rachet. Saved me time while I was under the car removed plastic covers. 80Nm is not much but good for occasional screwing. Yolo

    • +7 votes

      Love the Milwaukee's kit but for my DIY car maintenance these tools are cheap enough for the job. Yolo.

      • +7 votes

        Haters gonna hate.

        Ignore the people who say "I paid way too much for my pro snap on or Milwaukee kit and it poos on your cheap xyz"..

        As a diy home mechanic you gotta start somewhere and the toolpro isn't a bad place to start.

        Personally I got an eBay electric ratchet for cheaper with 2 batteries, and ended up with 2 budget electric impact wrenches that haven't failed me yet.

        As good as snap on or Milwaukee? No.
        Do they work? Yes!

        I have the toolpro 18v brushless drill and that's great too.

        • +2 votes

          If you use these tools in trade, you really shouldn't be in trade haha

          • +1 vote

            @Spiderboy: The Skid Factory on youtube use these…. ¯_(ツ)_/¯ and they probably do more than anyone in this website.

  • +1 vote

    I picked up one of these kits to change my car oil and filter

    Why? The filter if screw type should be tightened by hand and using this to do up the sump plug will probably destroy your crush washer or at least risk destroying the thread.

    A $10 oil filter wrench and a $10 17mm wrench would suffice.

    In summary, please don't use these tools to change your oil.

    • +4 votes

      To remove the 50,000 undertray bolts I suspect? That is the most time consuming part sometimes…

      Though I guess my car has a little door/opening.. n not sure about other cars.

      The ratchet is a great tool nonetheless.


        Exactly as edrift stated. European cars have quite few bolts to remove. In order to remove one thing, I usually need to remove few other parts to get to it first. The time it took to undo these bolts is longer than changing the oil and filter themselves.


    impact wrench is perfect as i torque to 80Nm wow


    A noob question: I'm trying to find out how a "drive impact ratchet" works - couldn't find it in the linked SCA site. Is that a right-angle impact wrench?

  • +2 votes

    Insane good deal, I have these already though :)

    (These tools are used on The Skid Factory on youtube)

  • +4 votes

    Good deal. It's also on eBay for those not near an SCA store.


    Also if you're an eBay plus member you get a further $5 off and free shipping