What’s In A VW Mechanic’s Tool Cart
It 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
Trouble viewing? Watch “What’s In A VW Mechanic’s Tool Cart” on YouTube.
Did I miss anything? Have a question on tools? As always, your questions and comments are welcome. Please post them below. If you would like to suggest a show like this, email me Charles(at)HumbleMechanic(dot)com.
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