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Lots of car servicing items at Lidl on Sunday

easternjets

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Lidl are having a car care promotion on Sunday 28th March.

There's lots of handy stuff such as Torque Wrenches, Axle stands and an Impact driver that comes with a battery and charger, the same battery and charger that fits all their other power tools in that range, £59.99 with a 3 yr warranty.

Link: https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/c/car-care/c1821/w1
 
Cheers Nick. Might bob down for a look. :thumbs:
 
Thanks for the heads up!

Anyone used their torque wrench? Would be great to have something to undo stubborn suspension parts.
 
markh1 said:
Thanks for the heads up!

Anyone used their torque wrench? Would be great to have something to undo stubborn suspension parts.

You need a breaker bar for undoing, a torque wrench is the wrong tool for undoing stubborn nuts and bolts...
 
The Lidl Torque Wrench is the same as the Adli one which I bought a few months ago and it's fine for occasional use.
As prev post states don't use a T/W for undoing over tightened nuts or bolts, get a breaker bar for that. I broke my last, very good quality T/W, trying to take off a stubborn wheel bolt.
 
peterg1955 said:
markh1 said:
Thanks for the heads up!

Anyone used their torque wrench? Would be great to have something to undo stubborn suspension parts.

You need a breaker bar for undoing, a torque wrench is the wrong tool for undoing stubborn nuts and bolts...

Sorry I meant the impact gun!
 
+1 for the Aldi T/W.
 

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