>Question to the list: in addition to standard tools, jacks, axles stands,
>washer, compressor, MIG and tank welders, in your experience, are there
>other shop items/tools you found you found to be invaluable, useful, etc.,
>conversely, stuff that was supposed to be a "must have", but turned out to
>more of a hinderance than a help?
>Cameron Joyce (newbie)
It looks like you have a fairly complete list of tools. Having new hardware
on hand is a great idea, I'm about to throw my old drawer (actually 3 now)
of hardware away and buy all new A/N fasteners cause I'm so sick of
searching around for the right size fastener....
One thing I would add to your tool kit is a digital camera so you can
document the restoration.
That and a bunch of plastic baggies with notecards will make reassembly much
I have two tools now that would have been great for my restoration, 1.
industrial ultrasonic cleaner (just put the parts in come back a few hours
later to a clean part) 2. glass bead blaster(it seems to be the only way to
get those stuborn stains off aluminum.
'63 TR 4
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