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Old 13th May 2014, 14:51   #31
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Default Re: What tools/toolkit & what brands are good keeping at home for cars

Originally Posted by Prowler View Post
You could start by buying a set of Open ended spanners - from 6 to 22 size. Don't go with cheap Chinese make. I have a Taparia set which was bought in 1980s.

Rarely you may need a socket spanner for a stubborn nut. You can add more tools as you go along. Start with a basic tool kit - of the best quality you can afford.
That's what I was thinking as well. Get the open ended spanners, screw drivers and pliers for now.
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