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These are the Best Drain tools available on the market!!

System Utilizes only one hose that seals its self so no more leaky hoses in your spares or tool box, individual attachment clip into hose assembly with quick coupler.Tools can be used conventional way or can add the extractor assembly to the tools and drain your MGB in a few minutes with no mess at all, will never want to drain the old way again after using this set up.

The finish on tools are the best and are also Anodized and laser etched with Helicopter type and application.

Contact for more Pics and info;

Kevin Hyllestad

(250)814-8842

k_hyllestad@hotmail.com

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These are the Best Drain tools available on the market!!

System Utilizes only one hose that seals its self so no more leaky hoses in your spares or tool box, individual attachment clip into hose assembly with quick coupler.Tools can be used conventional way or can add the extractor assembly to the tools and drain your MGB in a few minutes with no mess at all, will never want to drain the old way again after using this set up.

The finish on tools are great and are also Anodized and laser etched with Helicopter type and application. Kit is 1/4 the size of bulky conventional systems.Kit come complete with MS O-Rings.

Contact for more Pics and pricing info;

Kevin Hyllestad

(250)814-8842

k_hyllestad@hotmail.com

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Also Have 206 TGB finished. These clip into same hose as Astar set so not having to carry more bulky leaky hoses.very good price to add to the Astar kit or can be purchased by it self.

Bell 407 in the makings and will also use same hose.

 

Don't want to be picky, but it's bad forum etiquette to cross-post. I agree these seem like great tools, but pick a forum to promote them, and stick to that one please. I'm going to group all of these under Maintenance, which is the forum I think most appropriate for the topi. If you disagree, please PM me...:)

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