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"Great tool!" - by Patrick Casey S.W. Florida
This is great for pulling tree style clips. And if they are stubborn, with the tool it's a easy clip off. (cut) Patrick, Sarasota Florida

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"Oval shaped" - by D
This socket model does not have the flat spots on the sides like some other models have. When I used this oval shaped socket I had to be careful on how far I turned the ratchet. I would suggest when using this use a flex head ratchet with a quick release.

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"Does the job for alignment timing on 2007 BMW X3 ..." - by tony
Does the job for alignment timing on 2007 BMW X3, the only thing is the crankshaft flywheel locking pin need to clean before can slide into the slot.

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"Nice little tool at a good price" - by SEAN
Nice little tool at a good price. Needed to pull valve bodies from BMW's with GM 6 speed transmissions.

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"Almost Perfect" - by James
For the most part, this set is great. It has basically every attachment you need, to remove and install any serp belt. The angles that this 2 piece wrench design allow you to create, eliminates the need for many vehicle specific serp belt tools. Such as for some Honda, Mini, and a few others.

This one set just about covers it all. The case is solid, good looking, and holds everything secure.

I do have a few issues with the design of the tool. The sockets aren't a very tight fit in the ratchet. So if you're working in a real tight space and fumbling trying to get the tool in place, the socket tends to fall to the ground, or worse fall into the abyss of the engine bay. It's very annoying. It's really only an issue in tight spaces. Also because the tool consists of two pieces attached on top ... full review

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"Great socket for newer BMSWs" - by Slava
Great spark plug socket to remove plugs from the newer BMW's with the skinny plugs. Good quality and worked perfect.

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"Great product/price" - by Craig Ricketts
Helped me to pinpoint and fix issue. Saved me hundreds. Great product/price.

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"This product worked amazing. I have never changed spark plugs and this ..." - by Gavin B.
This product worked amazing. I have never changed spark plugs and this took made the job manageable.

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"Worked as described, not sure if I used the ..." - by jennifer eaton
Worked as described, not sure if I used the longs bolt correctly as it doesn't thread into anything but it held all in correct position and the motor started after the job!

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"Works on euro cars as described" - by mike
Bought these for fuel filter and fuel clamps found on cars like vw mk4 chassis and newer vw/audi. Works as described. Better than using picks/screwdriver blade.

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"Mini R56 tool" - by Michael D. Gurley
Well made, very thin wall and worked perfectly on 2007 Mini Coup R56 engine. Less expensive than others, but well made. Use a long extension on socket. Griped plug fine, no issues.


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"Worth every stinkin penny" - by Amazon Customer
So about two weeks ago the blower for my heat and A/C in my 2012 MINI Cooper R55 Clubman started making an awful racket, and the vibration was transferred to the steering wheel because the blower is mounted behind the center stack, and is only accessible from the driver's footwell. 3 screws, no problem, right? Wrong. After disassembling the entire dashboard to remove the dashboard frame to get access to the last screw WAAAAAY in the back right up against the firewall, I finally got the blower out and removed the mouse nest that was in the blower fan. I got everything reassembled and fired her up. Blower was quieter than it's ever been, great success -- BLOOP -- what was that? Oh, there's a big yellow exclaimation point on my tach, and the DSC light is on. Great suckfest. After researching the problem it turns out that the switch ... full review

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"A kit for the caboodle - and the hope I won't need them" - by Timbotu (Warner Springs, CA, United States)
The tool roll I obtained from Amazon is different than most CruzTOOLS RTB1 kits that I see advertised - it lacks the flashlight and the small tube of WD40, and in fact has no space for them. Admittedly, it was also seriously less $$ than the retail list price, and I don't really feel the lack of these items, as I already carry a flashlight and headlamp. In fact, I did not even notice this difference until I was cataloging what I had and what I might need. The kit itself is a good complement for the minimal tool kit on the bike, duplicating some items (screwdrivers, hex keys) but adding more things that would be useful in the event of a roadside emergency. The tools are solid and look to be high quality, with a lifetime warranty. The adjustable wrench and vise grips work smoothly and feel solid, as ... full review

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"Great when on a deal." - by Free88
When on a deal, this is a fantastic charger.

I actually have the G7200 and G15000 now. Both are great chargers. They do a good job of maximizing the charge on your batteries. I will keep this brief, as this is already a heavily reviewed product.

The G7200 is better suited to work with a wider range of batteries. It can work for 12Ah on up to probably something around the 130-140Ah range. The bigger the battery, the longer it takes obviously. For my Group 29 deep cycle this is basically an overnight charger. Which is fine. I often get down to 45%-50% on my battery, and this charger will take 11-12 hours to reach 95% plus charged. It takes a couple more hours to finish to 100%. If I can leave it plugged in overnight, then this is fine. I ... full review