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Old 10-19-2012, 11:13 PM   #1
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Tool Rental.??

It's time to replace a burnt valve in my son's 2000 328..But was wondering if there is anywhere here or on the web that one could rent the special tools needed..Ordered the parts but really hate to buy the cam tools to only Hopefully use them one time...
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:24 PM   #2
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Advance Auto usually has amazing associates, like I went there for a few things I needed after acquiring my E46, and like now if I want to check a part, I just ask them, and take it and check, whereas at others I have to give them my phone, or wallet (T.T). Most Advance Autos' I've been to are nice, friendly people. Like yesterday, I needed a few tools for a brake service on my mom's Sienna, and I needed a special 12 tooth socket, [15$] and while at the counter I asked if I could rent it, and The associate said "If it's not the right size bring it back and we'll give a full cash refund" *Wink Wink*

But yeah, much love to advance auto. Just do what most broke people would do, but it, use it carefully, don't wreck it, and then return it.
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