Extinguish the Flame
A testimonial from a recent article in Fixed Ops Journal read: “This is the single best tool I’ve ever used. I use this on new cars as well,” says Bob Welker, ASE certified master technician with 39 years of experience. “Seat-belt bolts are very tight. I’ll put a T-50 [screw head] on a seat bolt, and I lean on it, and I know I will break it or break my tool. I put the Mini-Ductor over it for two seconds, and then I can break it loose and take it out.”
Supplies Needed: heat resistant gloves, overalls and goggles.
Step 1: Select the Correct Coil
Step 2: Secure the Coil with Twist Lock™
Step 3: Place the Coil around the Bolt & Heat
Step 4: Remove the Bolt