7 Car Mechanic Tools You Should Have #2
In This Video, We Provide a List of the Best Car Mechanic Tools In 2019
Subscribe Now! ➡ goo.gl/CLX5uj

⬇️ Car Repair Tools Links ⬇️

#7.Cordless Impact Wrench ➡ amzn.to/2tq5lss
#6.Magna-Stick ➡ amzn.to/2G3FFEN
#5.Autel MaxiCheck ➡ amzn.to/2G4b5dZ
#4.2 Ton Foor Jack ➡ www.snapon.com
#3.U-Joint Puller ➡ amzn.to/2G1njnH
#2.Brake Pad Gauge ➡ amzn.to/2FkuJ4f
#1.Equilizer Raptor ➡ amzn.to/2tsw9Zg




⬇️ FOLLOW ME ⬇️

Google Plus:plus.google.com/+ZipHD/
Twitter: twitter.com/ziphd

Comments

    • oShane Kasper
      oShane Kasper

      That 1500.00 floor jack comes with a "positive lock nut retention system "...two things: they call that a plain old lock nut at your local hardware store, cost? Maybe a buck. And when was the last time you said to your buddy "ya know I just can't seem to keep the wheels on my floor jack"?

      about 9 months ago
    • YungBetoe392
      YungBetoe392

      This list is wack

      about 9 months ago
    • Phil C
      Phil C

      Snap-on = $$$$$$

      about 10 months ago
    • Evgeny Filimonov
      Evgeny Filimonov In reply to Phil C

      $nap-oh

      about 10 months ago
    • Sergeant. Kim
      Sergeant. Kim

      And it’s not 120ft tq it’s 80ft tq

      about 10 months ago
    • Eugene Curtis
      Eugene Curtis In reply to Sergeant. Kim

      What do you mean,Canada not part of North America.On what map are the two Countries,not on the same continent?

      about 10 months ago
    • Sergeant. Kim
      Sergeant. Kim

      The 3/8s snap on cordless impact I bought it at a snap on dealer and got it for $350 with 2 batteries and battery charger

      about 10 months ago
    • SAMWELI KIHONGOLE
      SAMWELI KIHONGOLE

      Very interesting videos

      about 11 months ago
    • Eagle Warrior
      Eagle Warrior

      That U-Joint Puller was made in Canada! Canada is not part of North America!

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike sch76
      Mike sch76 In reply to Eagle Warrior

      Eagle Warrior the queen is simply seen as the head of state. Canada is its own country and they don't have an actual monarchy. Where is your education from?

      about 10 months ago
    • Eagle Warrior
      Eagle Warrior In reply to Eagle Warrior

      ​@Mike sch76 Canada has a queen. Doesn't sound independent to me.

      about 10 months ago
    • Mike sch76
      Mike sch76 In reply to Eagle Warrior

      In what world is Canada not a part of North America? Seriously, did you eat lead paint chips as a kid?

      about 10 months ago
    • Eagle Warrior
      Eagle Warrior In reply to Eagle Warrior

      We got so many things that improve the quality of life now. That paying a little just to have a better quality of life worth it. But the people that run away with it make doing whatever you want practically impossible.

      about 1 year ago
    • Johnny Cash
      Johnny Cash In reply to Eagle Warrior

      @Eagle Warrior trust me Im with ya I live in New Hampshire our state saying is live free or die so I'm more "free" cause I live in the mountains in the woods but I still go to work a pay property tax ect no matter what so thats why I think nobody is ever truly free unless you completely off grid in the middle of nowhere.

      about 1 year ago
    • autosmog80
      autosmog80

      snap on cordless gun's suckkk. Go for for Milwaukee, it's stronger, cheaper, and come with 5yrs warranty.

      about 1 year ago
    • workingAmerican
      workingAmerican In reply to autosmog80

      No true this snap in gun has some balls own a Milwaukee 3/8 gun and ratchet so I know the snap on is stronger but I'll live with my Milwaukee at the price it get the job done 9/10

      about 10 months ago
    • MegaMarclar
      MegaMarclar In reply to autosmog80

      autosmog80 I agree. I bought 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 dewalt impact and drill And Milwaukee 1/4 and 3/8 m12 ratchets for the same price as 1 snap on.

      about 1 year ago
    • anthony rosales
      anthony rosales

      Snap on judt sued harbor freight cause they make the same exact jack...snap on lost..lol
      You can get it for like 60 bucks now...

      about 1 year ago
    • Forged Steel Wrench
      Forged Steel Wrench In reply to anthony rosales

      @oShane Kasper In the very early 90s it was pretty easy to tell that a tool bought from Checkers or PepBoys would not match the SnapOn or Matco tools......those days are long gone and it seems that Snap On still has the thinking that Taiwan tools are night n day from them, they are not. They match the durability, functionality, reliability as well. Damn AutoZone has hand tools and so does NAPA very well made it has newer techs wondering why they spent soo much of their money on Snap On for the hand tools. The warranty at PepBoys, Orielly, AutoZone replace the entire tool no questions asked as where snap on will repair only broken parts and some assholes will not cover normal wear n tear.....somehow im still supposed to be happy buying from a fellow Murican a overpriced product made here that broke..f*** 👎. Its like you said, prices need to match the rest.

      about 9 months ago
    • oShane Kasper
      oShane Kasper In reply to anthony rosales

      @Forged Steel Wrench exactly and I think they have effectively priced themselves out of the market. Others brand have brought their quality up. Another problem is that the dealers know less and less about their tools and the buisness of a mechanic in general. The guy on our route is super nice but does not know very much.

      about 9 months ago
    • oShane Kasper
      oShane Kasper In reply to anthony rosales

      Last SNAP ON floor jack I bought lasted about 2 years.

      about 9 months ago
    • Forged Steel Wrench
      Forged Steel Wrench In reply to anthony rosales

      Sad part is that Snap On thinks they are leaders in the tool industry.....thoae days are over for them. Kids born 2014 n up will probably not know what snap on did. I dont think they will be around much longer.

      about 10 months ago
    • JoeOfCourse
      JoeOfCourse

      Anyone else notice the c tool says made in Canada on it but the narrator proudly says made in the USA.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike sch76
      Mike sch76 In reply to JoeOfCourse

      JoeOfCourse, he said it's made in North America, not the United States.

      about 10 months ago
    • Michael G
      Michael G

      Snap on guns 4 and some change. Not 8 something and i can say it will go over 120 ft lbs. ive removed bots that were torqued to 180ft lbs with it. Work at a simi truck repair facility and its my daily go to gun. And the u joint puller is a pos. We’ve broken them quite a few times. They strip out way to easy.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike sch76
      Mike sch76 In reply to Michael G

      Michael G lol. I have both Milwaukee and snap on impacts and if you think the snap on is a better product, you're either a liar or getting a kickback from your tool truck. I wouldn't buy the snap on again even if they cut the price to less than what Milwaukee costs. Less than half the money and it is hands down superior to snap on in every way.

      about 10 months ago
    • Daniel Tezaguic
      Daniel Tezaguic In reply to Michael G

      Yeah my coworkers was like 500

      about 10 months ago
    • Matthew Full
      Matthew Full

      830$ for a .Cordless Impact Wrench thats not even remotely worth it

      about 1 year ago
    • RedWhiteAndBlueVideo
      RedWhiteAndBlueVideo In reply to Matthew Full

      MrDejast
      I’m not sure how old you are but Yes, Craftsman tools were American Made. There overseas Brand was called Companion years Ago. All My Craftsman tools are Made in USA.
      As soon as Craftsman moved production to China, I stopped buying them. Years ago I went to my Sears store and the sales clerk was showing me the American Made ratchets and there Chinese Replacements. The new replacements sounded horrible.
      Do some searching on the internet if you think Craftsman were not made in USA lol

      about 9 months ago
    • MrDejast
      MrDejast In reply to Matthew Full

      @RedWhiteAndBlueVideo Craftsman tools we're not American made.

      about 9 months ago
    • gavin frost
      gavin frost In reply to Matthew Full

      Matthew Full just buy a Milwaukee fuel series batteries are better than snap on as well

      about 10 months ago
    • RedWhiteAndBlueVideo
      RedWhiteAndBlueVideo In reply to Matthew Full

      Tony Ibarra
      Not sure what a perfecinal mechanic is but I do know that most Snap-On tools aren’t even made here anymore, as I live next to the World Headquarters.
      Sears was 1 mile from me and another mile closer than Snap-On. So I always got by using American Made Craftsman, and other American Made tools. Most Snap-On tools are overpriced. My Dad recently picked up a 13mm med. socket $20 for 1. Lol

      about 10 months ago
    • Tony Ibarra
      Tony Ibarra In reply to Matthew Full

      I have behalf any problem whit any off my tools there are only 2 tools I will not recommend and that's just me and for what I use them the frist one is the air drill and the 2 is the battery hack saw but everything else I love it's been good to me

      about 10 months ago
    • _ -T4LHA- _
      _ -T4LHA- _

      Op machines :O

      about 1 year ago