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Snap-on Introduces New Tools To Help Get The Job Done

Snap-on has released new tools it says will help kick-start productivity in the shop.

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Snap-on has released new tools it says will help kick-start productivity in the shop.

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BST6 Magnetic Brake Retainer Spring Tool – The Snap-on BST6 Magnetic Brake Retainer Spring Tool is designed to ease brake work on most domestic and foreign cars, SUVs and trucks. Neodymium magnets – the world’s strongest – inside the tool’s working end free up a technician’s hands to hold a pin on the far side of the braking plate, and a new o-ring addition grips better than the previous older-style serrated surface. A patented Instincthandle makes the tool easier to grip and more comfortable for use over long shop days.

NOZZLEGRP Snap Grip Hose Nozzle with Shut Off – What looks like a garden nozzle quickly transforms to a pistol grip for watering and cleaning projects of all sizes. The Snap-onNOZZLEGRP is made with aircraft-grade aluminum, stainless steel, durable plastic and Santoprene rubber, and has a handle grip which can be locked in either a pistol or in-line position. A simple twist takes the nozzle’s water flow from a delicate fan-style to a powerful jet pattern for tough shop grime. The intelligent design provides an uninterrupted direct flow path with an on/off lever for quick shut-off without changing the spray pattern.

ECFD0102 900 Lumen Mini Flood Light (Blue-Pointa Snap-on brand) – This compact, pocket-sized flood light has up to six hours of run time, providing long-lasting illumination for those hard-to-reach locations. The strong magnet bracket, M8 hole for tripod support and 180° swivel base ensures visibility on the job. The Snap-on ECFD0102 is IP68 resistant to water and dust infiltration.

Find out more about these and other Snap-on tools and products at snapon.com.

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