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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.


Here's what's inside.



and in the zippered pouch.

 
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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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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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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.
 


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