Cool Tool Collection

  • grease guns

    Cordless Grease Guns
    When Lincoln Industrial introduced its PowerLuber battery-operated grease gun nearly 20 years ago, farmers were at first fascinated with what they thought was just a gadget. Then they quickly became sold on what is now considered a necessity. Today, more than 20 different cordless grease guns are on the market. Read this guide to find the right cordless grease gun for your operation.

  • hand tools

    Must-Have Hand Tools
    Just when you thought your tool arsenal was complete, the tool industry innovates new devices that are sure to whet your appetite for even more appliances. In this article, check out GearWrench’s Ratcheting Flex Flare Nut Wrench, Craftsman’s 131-piece Mechanics Tool Set, IPA’s Gator Jaws Wrench, and Milwaukee Tool’s 10IN1 Multi Bit tool.

  • automotive

    Essential Automotive Tools
    Like that favorite set of ratcheting hand wrenches, these cordless introductions promise to become an indispensable part of your shop tool arsenal. That prediction is based on these tools’ compact designs; they let you readily work in tight engine cavities. Learn about Ingersoll Rand’s super-powerful angle ratchet, Craftsman’s cordless ratchet, and Hitachi’s 18-volt grinder.

  • cordless

    Cordless Essentials
    Innovations abound in the latest cordless tool introductions. See the newest products, including Milwaukee’s M18 cordless grease gun, Craftsman’s C3 cordless drills, and Ryobi’s 4-volt lithium-ion drill.

  • wrench innovations

    Wrench Innovations
    Leave it to innovative tool engineers to create new designs that take ordinary hand wrenches to a new level of performance. Here are four such examples, including Craftsman’s Max Axess Long Pattern wrenches, GearWrench’s 84T ratchets, Crescent’s CFW2 Flip and Grip Ratcheting Wrench, and IREGA’s IR77-30 adjustable wrench.

  • tire tools

    Tire Tools
    The increasing interest in setting up your shop to tackle tire repairs has inspired tool companies to innovate devices to make quick work of flats. In equipping your shop with repair tools, you are not at the mercy of finding a tire dealer who is open nights or weekends when tires seem to go flat. Here are three tools you’ll want to consider.

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