This is the ProTek R/C "TruTorque" Spring Clip Remover. No one wants to spend money on low quality tools. Tools are an investment that should not be taken lightly and are one of the few items that should outlast the life of the model you are working on...and remain with you for years after. With so many choices available, the decision can be overwhelming. So ProTek R/C has stepped up again, expanding its product line with a complete range of affordable, high quality tools that help to make the decision a little easier.
This ProTek R/C "TruTorque" Spring Clip Remover is the perfect tool for installing and removing those hard to manage engine exhaust springs. It features a lightweight machined aluminum handle that have been knurled to provide a high leverage, non slip surface that will be comfortable to use during long wrenching sessions. In addition, a black rubber cap is fitted to the end of the handle to increase comfort during use. The precision cut tool steel tip features a bronze colored finish that not only looks good, but also helps to protect the steel from corrosion, as well as provide the hook tip with enough strength to manipulate even the strongest exhaust springs!
When it comes to high quality products that are backed by incredible customer support, ProTek R/C has you covered with the products you need to keep your rig ready for action, no matter what.
- CNC machined knurled aluminum handle
- Rubber end caps
- (1) Spring Clip Remover
Good quality tool. Keeping in line with other ProTek stuff.
I picked this up a few months ago and what a nice tool for removing and adding springs to you motors and pipes. No more using a pair of pliers and damaging the springs. Super fast and safe.
This is a really cool tool to add to your set. It makes changing your exhaust springs a very easy task. Nice quality and looks very stylish.
nice handle but the tip broke on the second use.. feel like i threw my money out
Very disappointed. Tip snapped off today. Now I'll just file the tip down and use it as a pick to clean out clogged screws from the bottom of the chassis. Not a total lost I guess.