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Back again.

Hope all of ya'll had a safe and happy holiday and are enjoying the roads as we roll in the new year.
As we continue to grow as a community and remain the dominant force I want to encourage everyone to KEEP APPLYING THE PRESSURE.

With that being said, I am beginning to make my decisions as to what mods(V6) I will be applying this year.
However, with my only technical experience coming from firearms and airplane manufacturing I am seeking assistance from any who are willing.

First and foremost, which tools should I look into ordering so that way I am able to do all the work on my vehicle?
What lift should I invest to?
Which brands do you recommend and why?

Thanks again.

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I mean no disrespect; but I get a little cart before the horse vibe. Getting a lift seems way down the line of tools needed. To start with basic mods, you need a basic set of tools. Wrenches, socket sets, various nut and screw drivers. Brands all depends on what you to spend. You really can do 90 % of mods with these tools. Then just pick up specialty tools as needed, or be cheap like me and borrow them from oriellys.
 

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Second the above. It really depends on what you're doing to your car and your timeline. Most small mods can be done with basic tools. A small tool box (with wrenches, sockets, and screwdrivers), a good jack, jack stands. If you need a lift try to make friends with someone who has one. If you're going all out to buy specialty tools and a lift you're going to be dishing out thousands when you could have just spent that money on a higher trim level and saved yourself a load of hassle.
 

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Tools are a tricky thing. You can’t go wrong with grabbing a good set of ratcheting metric wrenches and normal metric wrenches. Like said above a good jack and jack stands are key as well. If you aren’t doing a bunch of wrench I get various vehicles the. You don’t need a lift. If you are dead set on gettinng one Bendpak makes very good lifts that last. You get what you pay fir though so do some research like everything in life.


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Down the line you'd see that the basic tools you need like what our guys here say would do 90% of the work.

You can always get something rented out probably or borrowed from friends who's got one, instead of buying one and not getting your money's worth

Just saying 😉🙃🙂

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