It also includes OEM-specific motorcycle coverage for nine domestic, Asian and European makes as far back as 2000.
Work in the shop or anywhere can be more efficient and effective with the added comfort and strength of these new tools and products from Snap-on.
The CTRQ717DB features 35 foot-pounds of torque output, 46 foot-pounds of manual torque load and a variable trigger speed to tackle even the toughest fasteners, according to the company.
Snap-on has released its Diagnostic Thermal Imager Elite that uses infrared technology to reveal heat caused by friction, electrical resistance, pressure changes and more to help professional technicians track down vehicle faults.
The recently renovated Hofmann training and manufacturing facility in Conway, Ark., provides instructional classes to help shop owners and professional service technicians improve performance, productivity and the bottom line, according to parent company Snap-on.
Snap-on Tools has introduced a 1/4-inch drive, 12-volt Cordless Ratchet (CTR2512), which provides technicians with power – 35 foot-pounds of torque – and speed (260 RPM) to quickly remove stubborn nuts and bolts. The tool’s heavy-duty motor is circuit-protected to help prevent motor burn-out. Also, to help keep techs productive, the batteries charge in 25