More Tools and My Tool Chest
I find that there are some tools that are not common for the average homeowner/consumer, but invaluable to make money when fixing small engines.
These tools are for adjusting the smaller carburetors on most two stroke engines such as chainsaws and trimmers.
This tool is specifically used for Tecumseh carburetors - usually with four stroke engines.
It is used to remove and replace the needle "seat" in the carburetor. It is also used to set the float to the correct level.
This set of forceps (found at a fishing supply store) come in handy when dealing with two stroke fuel lines.
This tool helps with cleaning the small nozzles in carburetors.
This spring puller from Motion Pro (a motorcycle tool supplier) really helps if I do any work on lawn tractor decks.
My tool chest
Top Drawer contains sockets, ratchets, and all ratchet accessories.
Wrench drawer has combination wrenchs - Metric to the left and SAE to the right.
Pliers, vise grips, wire cutters etc....
Screwdrivers - phillips head to the left and flat head to the right.
Adjustable wrenches, pipe wrenches, allen wrenches.etc...
Files, wire brushes, tin snips, misc....