Whether you are doing routine maintenance or doing up an old car I have what you need, although I do not normally carry fluids such as oil and screenwash. I carry both imperial and metric spanners up to 50mm or 1 3/8W, and the BSF equivalents. The loose sockets are up to 32mm. Occasionally I get the bigger sockets but are usually for 3/4″ or even 1″ Drives. The sets are mostly new. A decent set should cost £30+ but, IME people are reluctant to pay it. Having said that I do have some better quality sets in the £40-£60 range. Most of the old spanners are good names such as Britool, with a smattering of Geodore, Bedford, and so on.
I usually have axle stands and/or ramps. I have foot-pumps and usually inflators that work from the cigarette lighter. I don’t tend to stock the jump starters as the batteries deteriorate but I normally have mains chargers
I have bought in De-icer, basically for myself but will sell at £1 per bottle.
Combination spanners have the same size at both ends, one ring and one open. The sets I sell are this type but I also have bundles of single make sets that can be just ring or open ended. I have a good selection of metric spanners of all types at present.
25 piece sets £30. (chrome or matt finish). Latest set is from Blue Spot. (Nielsen shown)
Nielsen Version £10
I have split some sets to get the rarer individual sizes. Prices each, 6-11mm 50p, 12-19mm £1, 20-28mm £2, 30 & 32mm £3
I had to pay high for the larger spanners. 33 & 34mm £7, 40-45mm £15, 48 & 50 £20
6 piece open ended spanner set £5 (Roll not included)
5 piece economy combination set £3
Individual second hand spanners are 50p up to £5 for a really big rare one.
I have now separated off the following manufacturers of A/F & Whitworth Spanners:
Williams Superslim, Britool, King Dick, Gordons, Garringtons, Bedford, Snail, Geodore & Elora. Please ask if not visible.
I usually have wheel spanners as shown £5 and the extendable 21″ as well £10
I have a new 1/2″ drive torque wrench from Blue Spot for £35
6″ £2, 8″ £3, 10″ £4, 12″ £5, 14″ £8.
They are new, they are not very strong. They are for quickly turning not starting or finishing. Metric and imperial sizes. £2.50 each or 5 for £10
I have now picked up some slightly better quality combination ratchets £3 each Full set £35
A bit old school but can get you out of a jam where space is limited. Predecessor of the socket. Not always calibrated but hard to break. I usually have some tommy bars as well to turn them. £1 each.
I have metric and imperial sockets, individually for most sizes 1/4, 3/8 & 1/2 inch drives, imperial and metric up to 24mm and 1 1/4″ with the occasional larger one, plus torx , E-socket and Hex and screw bit. 1/4 or 3/8 socket 50p, 1/2 drive sockets £1. Deep sockets are more expensive and, mostly new metric 3/8drive £2 each, 1/2 drive £3 each
I normally carry rails of metric and S.A.E. sockets mostly 1/4 inch. drive but I have some 1/2 inch at present.
I have 1/2″ drive impact sockets individually at £2-£4 each.
Please note that all manual Impact drivers have a half inch socket drive under the bit holder.
I now have a 10 piece set by Blue Spot includes 19mm, 24mm and 27mm.
I now have deep impact at £3 each and a full set for £35
Manual 1/2″ Impact driver with bits.
Torx & E Sockets
I usually have individual sockets in all drives. Torx bits £1. 1/2 Torx bits £1.20. 3/8 e-socket 75p. 3/8 hex or screwdriver bits £1 and the following sets
Also 15 piece hex set £12
11 piece spline set £6
Please note, it is recommended that you do not try and finish tighten or loosen (stuck) nuts with a ratchet- it will break.
The new ones I stock are by Marksman, they are OK as long as you do not force them too hard.
1/4 £2.50, 3/8 £3.00, 1/2 £3.50.
In general I sell second hand ones at the same price but not if they have cost more to buy
I also sell adaptors, extensions, knuckles £1-£3 dependant on size and quality. I have Speed drives in 1/2 or 3/8.
Special order of 1/2″ drive T bars in stock only £3 each
I rarely get s/h breaker bars or torque drivers, besides,I cannot guarantee calibration of second hand torques.
I invested in some half inch drive bars from Blue Spot at £17 each, £12 from Nielsen and shorter ones at £8
All sockets sets shown are new. The cheaper sets are metric and imperial.
Special Offer £10
Newsome Socket Sets
22 piece 1/2″ drive £50. 26 piece 3/8 “drive £40.
I currently have a couple of older sets and some reconditioned stronger socket sets in and some socket only sets in both metric and imperial sizes.
I now have a brand new set of Multi-purpose sockets that will fit most types of bolt head (spline, hex, or tork). 19 piece for £38
I also have several screwdriver bit sets with sockets
101 piece set £15
For full details see the DIY section. Suffice it here to say that I have individual Allen keys and sets, both hex and Tork.
I usually have foot pumps and small compressors that run off the cigarette lighter socket. Foot pumps can have one or two cylinders. In general a single is £5 and a double £10. Electric inflators £8-£15 dependant on make and model, I also usually have tyre pressure checkers, depth checkers.
I have several s/h battery chargers at present and some cigarette socket tyre inflators.
For Taps and Dies see the Engineering section.
Abrasives are in the DIY section I have planishing hammers and dollies from time to time.
I have a good selection of Grease guns at present, but do not stock grease for refilling them
I have had problems with Trolley Jacks, bear with me please
I have several axle stands £8 a pair and occasionally larger ones.
I occasionally pick up Jerry cans. The WW ones carry a premium.
I usually have plastic petrol containers £1 without nozzle and £2 with. I have soured some spare nozzles for £1 each and funnels £2 each.
I get pullers, and splitters so please ask if you cannot see them. Also Tyre levers, and some bodywork tools. I even get brake or clutch tools, so it is always worth a look or an ask. I have even been known to pick up obscure replacement parts for old cars or trucks.
12/24 v inverter now in. 150-1000w. Please note the plug sockets. £50
Come and look, you might be surprised.