The Ullman Devices Bit Holder is molded from a sturdy, unbreakable vinyl and holds up to 21, 1/4" hex bits. The Bit Holder keeps bits neat and organized.
The Bit Holder is only 3.5" long and is ideal for field tool sets. While the Bit Holder is eminently suitable for truck tool sets (which truck doesn't have screws on it?), the Bit Holder is ideal for field tool sets on adventure motorcycles. The Bit Holder is small enough that it will easily fit into the various nooks and crannies under the motorcycle's saddle and also into the miniature tool rolls most motorcycle manufacturers furnish for their field sets.
The vast majority of screws and bolts on motorcycles feature ALLEN, PHILLIPS, POZIDRIV, TORX, and slotted heads. All of these fasteners are easily serviced both at home and in the field using proper bits held and organized by the Bit Holder.
With the Bit Holder and all of the proper bits in your field set, you can venture far afield better prepared and with less worries.
The Telescoping MegaMAG Magnetic Pick-Up Tool telescopes from 7 1/8" to 30 1/4" for reaching into crevices and axle housings, and lifts up to 16 lbs. The stainless steel handle and telescoping elements are long, strong, and lightweight. The textured cushion handle covering keeps the tool secure even in wet or greasy conditions.
The goblet-shaped head pushes flux to the top of the Neodymium magnet, and focuses and concentrates the magnet's power.
The goblet-shaped head also shields the sides of the powerful Neodymium magnet from attaching to unwanted metal surfaces.
Note that the MegaMAG Magnetic Pick-Up Tool's head is very close to this bolt. This head is very powerful and will lift 16 lbs., and yet the bolt remains stationary. This is because the entire magnetic pulling force is focused directly forward and not wasted sideways.
If you orient the head so that its truncated flat is facing forward toward the bolt, just get the head near the bolt and the bolt immediately jumps and sticks to the head. If you insert the MegaMAG Magnetic Pick-Up Tool inside an axle casing to fish out a broken halfshaft stub, the goblet-shaped head will not adhere to interior walls of the axle casing. Instead, the goblet-shaped head will be drawn only to the broken halfshaft stub. This is a very powerful magnet and if it stuck to the nearest ferrous object it would be very difficult to use in confined spaces.
Telescoping MegaMAG Magnetic Pick-Up Tool and Telescoping Powercap Magnetic Pick-Up Tool are very powerful pick-up tools and most times their tremendous power is not required. The vast majority of magnetic pick-up tool jobs will consist of retrieving small screws that have fallen into some tight crevice. For these jobs, the Telescoping Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool is more than up to the task.
The Telescoping Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool telescopes from 5 7/8" to 25 9/16" for reaching into crevices and axle housings. The Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool's Neodymium magnet is small but will lift 1.5 lbs. 1.5 lbs. may not sound like a lot, but it is a tremendous amount of weight given this tool's intended purpose.
The Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool will easily lift this 3/8" drive ratchet. This is a very long ratchet that is just as long as a standard 3/8" drive breaker bar. Yet the Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool will pick it up.
The tool used to pick up the 3/8" drive ratchet is a Blue-Point PT5B, which is identical to the Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool in every way except for badging.
This is because Ullman Devices manufactures tools for Snap-on Tools. Ullman Devices also manufactures tools for Matco Tools and MAC Tools.
The Pocket Magnetic Pick-Up Tool is chrome-plated for easy wipe-down after use.
All of the foregoing Ullman Devices tools fit easily into the Bucket Boss tool organizers like the Bucket Boss Tool Roll shown above. And, of course, they will all fit easily into your tool box.
All of the foregoing tools use only premium-quality Neodymium magnets. Neodymium magnets are for real, and are used by top-quality toolmakers. These telescoping pick-up tools are manufactured by Ullman Devices and sold through professional-quality tool sellers like Snap-on Tools, Matco Tools, and MAC Tools under various private labels.
The large magnetic pick-up tool is about the size of a Sharpie marker, yet easily picks up a Land Rover front halfshaft. Such is the power of Neodymium magnets. Standard ceramic magnets do not have this kind of pulling power, which is why premium tool companies like Ullman Devices use only Neodymium magnets.
FilterMAG also uses patented Neodymium magnet technology to catch ferrous particulates floating inside the engine oil and transmission fluid. Don't be misled by the numerous copycat versions out there. There is only one FilterMAG. Nobody else utilizes the patented technology that FilterMAG does.
FilterMAG is also the only magnetic oil filtration device on the market today that uses Neodymium magnets. These high-intensity rare-earth magnets produce five to 10 times the magnetic force that ceramic magnets do. That is what separates FilterMAG from other copycat designs. FilterMAG's patented technology enables it to collect ferrous particulates as small as 2 microns in size, even though these particulates are extremely small in size and are moving quickly through the oil filter with the oil. Other copycat designs cannot do what FilterMAG does.
We also highly recommend replacing your differential drain plugs with the Land Rover Genuine Parts Magnetic Drain Plugs. The Magnetic Drain Plugs come standard on the Disco2, but also fit the front and rear differentials on Land Rover vehicles with solid axles such as the Defenders, Disco1, and Range Rover Classic. A large magnet on the tip attracts and traps metal particulates inside the axle casing and prevents these particulates from causing additional wear to the differential, gears, and bearings contained within the axle. More importantly, the presence or absence of metallic particulates on the drain plug at service time gives visible indication of possible problems with your drivetrain components. These drain plugs feature ceramic magnets and not Neodymium magnets, but they are better than no magnet at all.