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Submitted by: Don Muther, auto shop teacher Bitburg DOD High School Bitburg, Germany 6. Snap-on F749 round head 3/8" drive ratchet It will do 90 percent of the work I need a ratchet for. Its fine-tooth ratchet action allows for a very short swing 1. Snap-on and the small head lets it get into really 24 oz dead blow hammer HBFE24 tight places. My absolute favorite and most useful tool has got to be the Snap-on, 24 oz. dead blow hammer HBFE24. 7. OTC 3409 scan tool This hammer can pop pistons into bores, smack back Because of its compact size and simplic- exhaust pipes without damage, flatten dented panels, ity it gets the use that my Cornwell 12V or whatever job that requires power with finesse. test light did 30 years ago and my Fluke 88A did 15 years ago. 2. The Equalizer The Equalizer is a homemade tool, made from a Jeep 8. Collins Dynamicut 16 oz. ball tie rod ground to a point at one end and cut with a peen hammer torch into a spoon shape at the opposite end. I built my This was my machinist grandfather’s first one sometime back in the '70s and have always hammer. I don’t know much about it other had one hanging on the side of my box since. than the metal is tougher than railroad track and it has a balance no other hammer can compete with. 3. Bonney Tools 3/8"-drive metric 6-point It’s the hammer I reach for 90 percent of the time. socket set, 6MM to 22MM I bought these from an independent tools truck back 9. Mac Tools in the early '80s and they have turned out to be an
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