anything u think u mite need is a good thing to go with weather now or later
04 chevy 2500HD 84 k miles stock for now
97 dodge dually 12 valve 362 902tq only fuel plate pulled
1992 gmc typhoon white gray 42k miles stock
1990 prototype s10 4.3 SS turbo-only one
1993 gmc typhoon lq4 6 liter acquired and 4l80 time to build a beast
what ever you buy just buy good quality, nothing worse than buying a cheap tool and then having to spend more money to replace it. I've learned this lesson years ago. start with a good quality tool box, I have a Snap On, full top and bottom. My company paid for half and then when i became a manager i took it home. now sits in my garage. 15 years old and still looks new.
2007.5 Chevy Silverado 2500 LTZ, Black on Black, Afe intake, 5" turbo back exhaust, DPF/EGR/CAT deletes,Edge EVO CTS Race.
3/8" or 1/2" cordless impact gun is a huge help, plus you don't need an air compressor, and you can take it with you on the road, or to help a friend out.
Of course, since I sell 'em, I'd recommend the Snap-on impacts, but that's just me....
2006 GMC Sierra CCLB 2500HD
EFIlive, DSP5, EGR blocked, Magna-flow downpipe, MBRP 5" turbo-back, aFe pro-guard7
Lifetime LED headlights, all on mod, H2 wheels, ride-rite air bags, bed liner,
Truck Cover USA, EBC rotors & pads, tie rods sleeved.