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    Anyone keep a set of compact tools in your Stinger?

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    Anyone else a fan of trying to keep their tools sets simple? So show us your most often used tools/sets used on the Kia Stinger. I'm always looking for new ideas and ways to improve.

    Here's mine. 70 pieces in the palm of my hands.


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    I don't, however I think it would be prudent to add an OBD2 scanner to the collection. Unless you drive a C5 Corvette, the DTC on cars nowadays cannot be easily retrieved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by POS VETT View Post
    I don't, however I think it would be prudent to add an OBD2 scanner to the collection. Unless you drive a C5 Corvette, the DTC on cars nowadays cannot be easily retrieved.
    That's a great idea

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    I need that

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    I second that. Nice to have a set of tools handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyJodr124 View Post
    I am a huge fan of those Knipex Pliers/Wrench and have a large and small set. I have a set of 3 Snap-On pry bars, but slightly different from yours. Are those old MAC combination wrenches?

    As far as carrying tools in my brand new KIA? Nah, nothing except my 1/2-inch Milwaukee Fuel Stubby Impact for quick tire changing, for at least the first few years of ownership probably.
    2019 KIA Stinger GT1 AWD Nardo/Ghost/Ceramic Gray

 

 

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