These are my top 10 tools that help to save me time as a flat rate tech in the dealership! You guys let me know what you would change or your top ten in the comments below.
Wilton Hammer
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Inductive Heater
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Lisle Relay Test Kit
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Torque Sticks
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Lisle Parasitic Draw test leads
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Comments

    • BJB BJB
      BJB BJB

      That heat induction tool is amazing.

      about 1 month ago
    • behexen250
      behexen250 In reply to BJB BJB

      We have one in our shop. It works fine, but a torch still does a better job, and is faster.

      about 23 days ago
    • Michael Linner
      Michael Linner

      You forgot the club and fire, not to mention the bow and the wheel.

      about 1 month ago
    • bob kock
      bob kock

      Hate seeing those piercing leads. Get some backprobes! Great video though. My top tools gotta be my fluke 88, milwaukee m12 fuel 3/8th ratchet, my big ass matco prybar, my streamlight, and my sony bluetooth speaker 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • Harley Burns
      Harley Burns

      Shouldnt be piercing the wires....backproping with T-pin an u dont screw up customers wires

      about 1 month ago
    • Brayden Bramlett
      Brayden Bramlett

      I work on small engines (lawnmowers) and my best tools are a chain-fall and my Snap-On 14.4v 3/8 impact

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris Thatcher
      Chris Thatcher

      You lost me at the wire piercing probes. I end up fixing tons of wires people have used piercing tools on due to corrosion...

      about 1 month ago
    • beshj
      beshj

      Half those tools are unused!

      about 1 month ago
    • simon dubya
      simon dubya

      *THE POWER PROBE*

      about 1 month ago
    • William Tran
      William Tran

      I need that current draw tester asap

      about 1 month ago
    • Darren Lewis
      Darren Lewis

      I used to be a diesel mechanic but I tried to buy as few tools as possible. I felt like there was no reason to use my paycheck to buy a ton of tools to make someone else money. I got paid by the hour though. I always felt sorry for you flat rate guys.

      about 1 month ago
    • Michel Reineking
      Michel Reineking

      Sewing seem splitter for opening wiring harnesses.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ted Mattingly
      Ted Mattingly

      Take those wire piercing tools and throw them in the trash. I hate following after some dickhead that used them and cause more problems than they're worth.

      about 2 months ago
    • Rick Hastings
      Rick Hastings

      power probe

      about 2 months ago
    • Mochenmat
      Mochenmat

      Do you have "more than my heart" on your arm/sleeve? Rad!

      about 2 months ago
    • Rustbelt Mechanic
      Rustbelt Mechanic In reply to Mochenmat

      Yep coming from my German/Austrian heritage with a saying from my wife🤘🏻

      about 2 months ago
    • zoticus1
      zoticus1

      Mapp gas, swivel sockets in 3/8 ,pb blaster,1/4 air ratchet, 3/8 air ratchet, swivel impact extensions, impact swivels in 3/8 and 1/2, metabo grinder with cut off wheels.
      I don't know how anyone works without any of these things in a timely manner.

      about 2 months ago
    • Tojen 1981
      Tojen 1981

      A "wire piercer guy". Love it. These guys keep me fed fixing their hack work. Invest in some good connector backprobes and a circuit tester lead kit to do it properly.

      Torque sticks!? Guess he can sleep at night knowing that he could have ruined a $300-400 brake job on a customer's car just because he's too lazy to use a torque wrench. They don't really save time if you know your impact gun. Plus, they can be a safety hazard when they break.

      about 2 months ago
    • Gregory Fairchild
      Gregory Fairchild

      Electric ratchet by far no.1 must have 2 + batteries.
      Diablo Sawzalls metal blades..
      Headband flashlight...
      Under hood light.
      Remote/cable spring clamp tool.
      Magnetic trays.
      Wobbly extensions, 1" most.
      Test light with audible tone for fuse testing. Harbor Freight $4.
      $20 code reader for quick direction.
      Good extendable pen magnet.

      about 2 months ago
    • Gregory Fairchild
      Gregory Fairchild

      Headband flashlight from Wal-Mart...the Ozark Trail 200 lumen...batteries last all day, super bright, hands free

      about 2 months ago
    • Alex Guzman
      Alex Guzman

      Your a stupid ass

      about 2 months ago
    • Rustbelt Mechanic
      Rustbelt Mechanic In reply to Alex Guzman

      Boy someone is extra salty today 😂

      about 2 months ago
    • Drunk Chamaeleon
      Drunk Chamaeleon

      This guy eats, sleeps, drinks, shits, and pisses, snap-on tools. Should only buy Snap-on tools you use everyday

      about 2 months ago
    • Robin Banks
      Robin Banks

      What's the intro song??

      about 2 months ago
    • Rustbelt Mechanic
      Rustbelt Mechanic In reply to Robin Banks

      At that time it was a free song offered on the LumaFusion app

      about 2 months ago
    • Jason Helmandollar
      Jason Helmandollar

      Probably one of the greatest tools I’ve ever bought and I use it daily is the power probe.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jason Helmandollar
      Jason Helmandollar In reply to Jason Helmandollar

      Rustbelt Mechanic looking forward to it. New to your channel and what drew me in was where you work. I’m from that town but now live near Cincinnati. Looking forward to binge watching your videos.

      about 3 months ago
    • Rustbelt Mechanic
      Rustbelt Mechanic In reply to Jason Helmandollar

      A review/comparison soon to come 😉😉

      about 3 months ago
    • BEARDED YAKIN
      BEARDED YAKIN

      Great video my brother.

      about 3 months ago
    • jawojnicki
      jawojnicki

      That inductive hear bolt buster is about 450 DOLLARS!!!
      this is pretty much out of anyone's budget, no matter how awesome it is!

      about 3 months ago
    • zoticus1
      zoticus1 In reply to jawojnicki

      Mapp gas is faster and cheaper

      about 2 months ago
    • 8power0
      8power0

      GREAT VIDEO THANKS LOVE THOSE TOOL VIDEOS !

      about 3 months ago
    • biohazardbizkit
      biohazardbizkit

      Ya definitely got bent over the work bench on the wire probes. Not to jump on the you-tube-hater buss, but back when your mama was changing out your dippers I was a durability truck engineer at the GM Milford Proving Grounds, and it was a death sentence to pierce a wire out in the garage. Guess ya got probed good on that one. Top tools when I was an auto mechanic an indestructible work bench and a big ass hammer... and a six foot spud bar. Same goes when I was doing heavy C and D checks for Continental Airlines. Stapleton Airport baby!

      about 3 months ago
    • Wolf Among Sheep
      Wolf Among Sheep

      Maybe a obvious one but also torque sticks

      about 3 months ago
    • Vue'd
      Vue'd

      Milwaukee 3/8, 1/2 impacts, cordless ratchet
      Power probe 3
      Fluke 179
      Autozone volt meter
      Coolant pressure test kit
      Snap On Battery tester

      about 3 months ago
    • Wolf Among Sheep
      Wolf Among Sheep

      Ratcheting wrenches are a time saver

      about 3 months ago
    • John Pilgrim
      John Pilgrim

      The Pomona wire piercers are awesome. By far my favorite. I also like the long power probe piercing tools for the harder to reach wires.

      about 3 months ago