Top 5 Tools: Phillip Craig, His Auto Repair

Top 5 Tools: Phillip Craig, His Auto Repair

The country's top technicians tell you which five automotive tools help them the most.

Top 5 Tools: Phillip Craig, owner/technician
His Auto Repair

Trenton, GA

Magna Caddy by MTS, Mechanic’s Time Savers — I have many of these for different socket sets. They help keep me organized.

Snap-on 1/4-Drive Impact Swivel Sockets — I keep my 1/4, 7 mm, 8 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 13 mm, 14 mm and 15 mm in a MTS 385 to keep them handy.

Stanley 3/8-Drive Rotator Ratchet — It gives the ability to advance.

GearWrench Flex Combination Ratcheting Wrench Set Metric — I use these wrenches about 80% of the time, when a wrench is needed.

A 10” Piece of 3/8 id Goodyear Air Hose as a Spark Plug Starter — I use it every time I install spark plugs. You can feel how the plug is going ­better and it will slip if it’s not going straight. 

 

 

WHAT ARE YOUR TOP 5 TOOLS?

Send in your list of your five favorite tools and equipment that help you most in the shop, and you could be chosen to win a $25 gift card for Bass Pro Shops.

From scan tools to flashlights, impact wrenches to on-car brake lathes or computer systems — tell us your Top 5 Tools, complete with descriptions on why the tools are your favorites, and your photo.

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• The brand name and type of tool (for example: OTC’s Pegisys scan tool);
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