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Draper Bore Brush Set 159 views today
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  • Supplied with canvas fold up case for easy storage
Laser Drain Plug Key Set 159 views today
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Laser Dial Test Indicator - DTi 159 views today
Laser Engine Timing Tool Set - for VAG 1.4, 1.6, 2.0i TDi CR 159 views today
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Gunson Carbalancer 159 views today
Laser Mini Ratcheting Brake Pipe Cutter 4.75mm 159 views today
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  • Ratcheting, self adjusting mini brake pipe cutter ideal for restricted access
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Repairing your own car for the first time is a great experience that never loses its excitement. It’s simple to service your car and do minor repairs, but only if you have the right tools. If you’re a professional mechanic, it goes without saying that you’ll need to have high-quality tools that are ready for hard work. At Halfords, we’ve got the right tools for every person, every job and every budget. In our incredible range of mechanic tools you’ll find what you need to repair, restore or even rebuild your car.

We’ve been supplying tools to the trade and the public for over a century. Shop like your grandad did and visit a Halfords store to see our selection, or buy online and enjoy free delivery when you spend over £40.

Most of us start our tool journey with a socket set. We’ve got simple socket sets with a few essentials to extensive kits with hundreds of sockets, a variety of wrenches and drivers. Our Halfords Advanced Range set the benchmark, with all of our Chrome Vanadium steel sockets and tools coming with a lifetime warranty. It’s not just socket sets, you’ll find wrenches, screwdrivers, hex keys, pliers and more.

We also stock a selection of power tools and air tools that deliver a mighty hit of torque. Our cordless and corded screwdrivers, grinders and impact wrenches will deal with all the stubborn bolts and mangled metal you can throw at them. A good tradesperson doesn’t blame their tools, they buy them from Halfords.