Remover tool really takes off

Sealey wheel-nut cap remover

Published:  29 October, 2010

rong>This little device will remove Sealey plastic wheel nut caps fitted to Audi, Seat, Skoda, VW and Vauxhall vehicles.

/>The tool eliminates the need to lever off caps with a screwdriver, which may cause damage to the alloy wheel. It also stores up to six caps in the handle ready for refitting duties. The tool is on offer until the end of December and also comes with a free tyre tread depth ga

/>Sealey also has a hydraulic pipe flaring tool set, used to produce accurate SAE and DIN flares on 3/16” and 4.75mm pipes respectively. The tool’s small body makes it ideal for splicing in replacement sections of brake pipe on-vehicle. It is also on offer until the end of 2010 and comes with the tyre tread depth ga

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