Workshop Mate

Workshop Mate Under-car Workstation

NOT JUST A PRESS …..

The SAFEST, most VERSATILE under-car work-station you will ever use!

  • Press Wheel Bearings – Front & Rear
  • Safe Spring Compressor
  • Suspension Bushes
  • All General Pressing requirements
  • Universal Spring Clamping Methods
  • Air-hydraulic operation
  • Comprehensive die & spacer kit
  • On-car bush press adaptors
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Small dia struts straight e.g: Nissan Navara & Toyota Hilux using up to 6″ or 150mm horse shoe shape tooling top & bottom.

NOTE: Always start RAM 100mm down to allow to spring to expand.

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This tool holds base of strut held by gate tool.

NOTE: Stub assembly attach to strut. Always start RAM 100mm down to allow for spring to expand.

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Use for Commodore, Magna & Toyota type tapered or straight struts 6″ to 12″ using arms & clips to top section of wire (rod) base of strut held by gate tool.

NOTE: Could use clevas pin tool. Always start RAM 100mm down to allow for spring to expand.

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Use for Commodore, Magna & Toyota type struts tapered or straight 6″ to 12″ using arms to top section off wire (rod) base held by clevis pin.

NOTE: Clevis pin tool pointing down. Allow 100mm for spring to expand.

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Use for Commodore, Magna & Toyota type struts tapered or straight 6″ to 12″ using arms to top section off wire (rod) base held by clevis pin.

NOTE: Clevis pin tool pointing up. Allow 100mm for spring to expand.

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Remove hose from strut RAM then unscrew RAM screw RAM to walk around tool.

Attach foot pedal hose to RAM, attach air to foot pedal. This may now be used for bushes and ball joint removal & assembly on car.

i.e LWR ball joint all 1 & 2 Falcon removal & assemblies.

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Different way of holding odd shaped hubs.

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Subaru hub tool using larger hanging brackets as well.

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Hub replacement to bearing assembly using tools supplied.

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Using larger size tubs using hanging brackets supplied.

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Standard way of holding common Japanese hubs. NOTE: Adjustment screw.