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Craftsman Adjusting Brake Tool

Item# 00945496000P | Model# 45496 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman Adjusting Brake Tool
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Craftsman Adjusting Brake Tool Makes Brake Work Less Stressful When working on drum brakes, add the adjusting brake tool from Craftsman to the tool must-have checklist. DIY automotive maintenance is easier when you have the right tools for the job. Working on rear drum brakes often means relying on a brake adjusting tool before the drums can be pulled free for maintenance. This Craftsman adjusting brake tool features an offset head that will fit most drum brakes, allowing you to adjust the clearance between the brake drum and the brake shoe. If the drum is rusted to the wheel hub, it may be best to consult a trusted mechanic. The Craftsman adjusting brake tool works great for automotive brake jobs and also for brake adjustments on a mountain bike or other bicycle with disc brakes. It's usually better to use an adjusting brake tool versus a screwdriver for this type of work. This tool's offset head allows for an easy fit when tackling almost any adjustment job.

  • The adjusting brake tool from Craftsman is an essential tool for working on drum brakes and also can be used to adjust disc brakes on bicycles
  • Its offset head fits most drum brakes, regardless of make and model
  • Ideal tool for adjusting clearance between the brake drum and the brake shoe
  • Crafted from durable steel and features a silver finish
  • This sturdy tool from Craftsman weighs less than one pound
  • Easily fits into a tool box or on-board storage container when working away from home
  • Because it's a Craftsman tool, it
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By Mr-Mac
April 6th, 2011
Craftsman Adjusting Brake Tool

When you are adjusting the drum brakes on your old car, these tools are the best at performing that job! Yes, a slotted screwdriver can get in there on some model cars, but for some others you really need the curved tips!

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Jack Cantos
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March 27th
Pliersset
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Adjustment brake tool.

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Very tood and handy tool, I used to have one long time ago and now I see some design improvements.

February 8th via sears.com
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Raymond Allen
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Great Tool

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This is a very useful tool for rear drum brakes. In the past I would use needle nose pliers and picks to try to remove and install the springs. It it excellent for removing and installing those brake springs. Glad I got it.

January 31st
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ju70challengerta
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Drum Brake Adjustment Tool

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You will need this to adjust the rear drum brakes on your vehicle. This will become invaluable after you get your vehicle down on the ground and have made the initial adjustment. Just do not lose the dust cap from the back panel.

May 1st via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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bayboh
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cool tool

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unnecessary but necessary lol however you like to work. you dont need proper tools if you know what you are doing. some actually prefer flat head and pliers.

December 20th via sears.com
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