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Resurrecting the emissions analyzer

Emission analyzers have been under-utilized pieces of equipment in our industry for years. Many shop owners and technicians think that the emission analyzer is only used for vehicle inspections rather than using it for diagnosing vehicle drivability problems. Their short-sightedness is preventing them from diagnosing many vehicle problems in a shorter period of time.


Kia replacement hybrid tool

Kia is conducting a tool return and replacement on the Hybrid Air Bleeding Tool and Adapter (SST P/N 09580-3D100).


Snap-on launches ‘Perform at Your Best for Less’ tool promotion

Snap-on Inc. customers have the chance to stock up on some high quality Snap-on tools at low prices, through August 31, 2012. The Snap-on “Perform at Your Best for Less” promotion offers customers two options.


Get a free Snap-on Roll Cart through May 31

Through May 31, 2012, Snap-on Tool’s Masters Series Roll Cab (KRL1022C) promotion offers a free Snap-on Three-Drawer Roll Cart (KRSC33) and a guaranteed $1,000 trade-in.


Snap-on tour celebrates technicians as ‘Masters of Their Trade’

Snap-on Inc.’s Snap-on Masters of Metal Tour is on the road and heading to a city near you.


New Open End Box Speed Wrench Set from Snap-on

Snap-on Inc. says its new 10-piece Ratcheting Open End Box Wrench Set (P/N SRXRM710) helps repair technicians perform more jobs efficiently and effectively.


Matco Tools holds contest for bright ideas

Do you have a new product idea?  Matco Tools wants to hear about it.


Snap-on rescues techs from bad tools

Snap-on Tools, a subsidiary of Snap-on Inc., reports its Snap-on Rescue Rig has been traveling the country in search of service technicians who are using time-consuming, inefficient tools, and rescuing them with the latest productivity-enhancing tools from Snap-on.


Tool Review: DeWalt 12V cordless inspection camera

View, take photos or take video of hard-to-access locations


Snap-on adds IdeaForge to its Kenosha, Wis., Innovation Center

Snap-on Inc. has opened IdeaForge, a multimedia conference center located within the Innovation Works facility at the company’s Kenosha, Wis. campus. The IdeaForge, a 7,000-square-foot, 600-capacity facility, is the third piece of the Snap-on Innovation Center. The Innovation Works, Snap-on Museum, and now, IdeaForge, will provide a vital resource for Snap-on’s entire global organization, notes the company.

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