Auto Service Professional

FEB 2016

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Circle 120 on Reader Service Card depending on the access to the boot clamp, eliminating the need to, say, remove a brake caliper in order to gain access to the clamp. I tried this out on a 2013 Kia Soul. The tool made the job so easy (and fun) that I was a bit bummed out that I didn't have a reason to install more clamps on additional vehicles. The tool is designed to accommo- date 1/4-inch to 3/8-inch clamp widths, and features a handy built-in cutter to cut a band to the appropriate length. Materi- als and construction are defnitely rated for severe duty in a pro shop environment. We'll defnitely take a look at a few of Sonic's other tools in the future. By the way, they offer a way-cool and very exten- sive line of high quality tool chests and cabinets. While you may already have a favorite tool supplier, do yourself a favor and check out Sonic's lineup. You'll be amazed at the incredible variety. ‚óŹ Sonic Tools (North American Headquarters) 480 N. Dean Rd., Suite H7 Auburn, AL 36830 844-40SONIC (407-6642) www.sonictoolsusa.com Tool Review Clamp installation was easy due to the use of a ratchet. The futed grip handle provides a steady hold, but where access is limited, the grip handle can be removed.

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