Draper Tools launches new timing tools range with handy search facility

Published:  08 October, 2018

Draper Tools has launched a brand-new range of engine timing tools. The new range includes tool kits for an extensive range of both petrol and diesel vehicles. The comprehensive range of tools covers thousands of engines and is continually expanding. Accompanying the launch is a new, easy-to-use online tool finder, featuring registration plate search. Technicians can simply input a vehicle’s registration and the right tool for the job will appear, along with links to stockists. 

www.drapertools.com/timingtools

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