Top 5 Tools: Chuck Beasley, office manager/technician
Brent Darroch Motorsports
Kobalt Multi-Tool It has eight different socket sizes, which means fewer tools to keep track of.
Snap-on Tools Swivelhead Ratchet The head can be unlocked to negate the need for a swivel. It offers the ability to get into tricky areas and still be able to ratchet.
Craftsman (and others) Modified Socket Set We trim and modify the length and diameter to fit into tight spaces. We have also adapted sockets to fit into custom rims when getting lug nuts off. We work on motors and have found that altered sockets work best, i.e. LT1 spark plug socket.
Multimeter (ours is a Harbor Freight, but we’d love to have a Fluke) We deal with a lot of electrical issues and without this, we would waste too much valuable time chasing ghosts.
The Internet So much info and personal stories who needs a repair manual?!
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