Home Made Socket Rails-Custom
Me rambling on and on about the custom socket rails I built for my tool
Posted in response to gravydogg1's question.
Matco Tools' Advisor Line (Matco Items MD60, MD70, MD80, MD1072)
To learn more about these tools, follow the links:
Introducing Matco Tools Enhanced Scan Advisor, MD1072
The Matco MD1072 Enhanced ScanAdvisor is loaded with more functions than
any competitor at up to half the price. Matco's MD1072 offers broad
vehicle coverage, from chassis, body and power train to SRS (safety
restraint system) and ABS (anti-lock brake system) coverage. Plus, the
MD1072 translates terminology used in original equipment manufacturer tools
into language that everyone understands. What does that mean? It's car
talk, simplified for the right fix, the first time.
Fixing Modern Cars Using High Level Scan Computers
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 44 years, shows how a high level scan
computer is often needed in a modern car to find the source of problems.
With the computerization of newer cars, you just have to fight fire with
fire and use another computer to help fix them.
my toolbox tour
video response to Garrett Jdbe. tour of my box. also, it's a KRL 722 not a
these are the tools i keep in the box. i have others scattered around on
the bench and in the box inside.
the contents are ever-changing. i will post an update in the spring after
the garage is cleaned out.
Mechanic toolbox and service cart
I'm currently a full time student and part time mechanic at a dealership,
I'm trying to get as much tools as possible, because right now I can get
them for 50-60% off from either Snap On or Matco. My routine is to clean up
my tools after the end of the day and try to organize them so i can get to
them as fast and efficient as possible. I'm also keeping all the boxes for
future purposes because I've seen people just throw them away n wanting the
box a year or 1 month later.