When it comes to tire handling, you need the right tools, and you need them at a reasonable price. There are few things you can look for in a supplier of automotive tools from a simple electronic torque wrench to a lifting jack or adapter.
Criteria to consider
First and foremost, the right tool supplier knows their tools. You can tell pretty quickly by looking at their website where they are coming from. If they’ve got videos of featured tools in action, blog entries where they debate the merits of new products on the market and other signs that they’re passionate tool people, then they’re likely a team that you want to be working with. Additionally, it’s best to go with a firm that provides their services internationally. That way, they’ve seen it all when it comes to tire-changing tools, and they’re going to be knowledgeable and sympathetic about your particular needs.
Furthermore, you definitely need a team that has experience working with all types of tires from those for off-highway vehicles to those on planes. Even if you are only working with one type of tire, it’s always best to go with a supplier that is ready to handle anything; your needs change.