Manufacturer: General Tools
Brand: General Tools
This industrial flaring tools features a convenient screw yoke that slips quickly over bars without removing heavy-duty wing nuts. Yokes have a free wheeling 45Â° plated cone for faster,smoother flaring and greater strength inflaring copper, aluminum, brass and thin wall tubing. Large heavy-duty hardened feed thread for durability; Long sliding T-handle provides maximum leverage. Quick opening plated bars for easy insertion and removal of tubing; Sizes are individually marked on bars, capacity of 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, and 5/8 inch. Extra long bars to fit in vice, for easier flaring; Features a steel yoke and hardened bars for heavy duty use in professional settings .GENERAL TOOLS - THE PRECISE TOOL FOR DOING THE JOB EXACTLY RIGHT. Offering over 1,000 tools, weâ€™re proud to provide tradesmen, craftsmen and DIYers around the world with a broad range of affordable, specific-purpose mechanical hand tools and precision measuring and inspection tools. For inquiries, please contact our Customer Service Department at 212-431-6100. We strive to provide our customers with 100% satisfaction. WORK SMARTER, MEASURE BETTER & BE MORE PRODUCTIVE WITH GENERAL TOOLS
Power Bleeder- pressure brake bleeder, 6 quarts capacity, includes adapters 1100, 1101, and metal 1105. The 1100 will fit practically any European made car. The 1101 will fit most Toyota's and Honda's with a reservoir out diameter of less than 2.6inches. The 1105 is designed for rectangular or oval shaped metal reservoirs common on early 70s to late 90s US cars. This kit also includes 6 feet of tubing and quick-release connectors for all adapters.
Disc brake pad installation is much easier when you're using this spreader, which fits between the new pads and expands to retract the piston. This leaves your hands free to slide the caliper over the rotor.
Lisle dual piston brake caliper compressor compresses dual brake pistons simultaneously to make pad replacement a simple job. Squeeze the tool handle until the plunger contacts the inboard brake pad and continue to squeeze to compress both pistons.