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The Must Have Tools For VW and Audi Repairs

There is not surprise that working on VW or Audi cars require tools, a LOT of tools. Many of those tools are beyond the basic hand tools like wrenches, ratchets, and screwdrivers. So today I want to show you guys some of the tools that you will really need for working on Volkswagens and on Audi cars. This is a great list for most European cars. Now there is no way I can include every tool needed to fix and maintain cars. This is just some of the most important tools needed. Feel free to add to the list down in the comments.

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VW tools

VW toolsIt is no secret that auto mechanics have a ton of tools. Some mechanics keep tools in a standard tool box. Others keep their tools in a mix of tool box and roll cart. I personally love using a roll cart or roll kart as I prefer. It gives great flexibility, and mobility.

This is how I personally have set up my kart. It is a setup I have had for years and years. That does not mean I am saying other ways are wrong, or my way is better. This is what works for me. If there is a brand of tool I use that you don’t like, that is cool. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

Join me on this VW tech roll kart tour:

  • Hanging wrenches on the back
  • The down side of hanging Snap On wrenches
  • Sockets and ratchets on the top deck
  • Specialty sockets and bits
  • Extensions and trim tools
  • The must have “junk drawer”
  • Pliers and power tools
  • Axle boot tool
  • Power Probe, DVOM, Torque wrench
  • and more

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