[T3] type 3 tool kit

Jared Kohler jaredkohler at gmail.com
Wed Nov 15 07:19:55 PST 2017


I recently purchased a reproduction Type3 tool kit from ISP WEST down in Los Angeles. Nice quality. Has all the original basic tools with tool pouch. Look them up!

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> On Nov 15, 2017, at 6:22 AM, Jim Adney <jadney at vwtype3.org> wrote:
>> On 15 Nov 2017 at 9:09, DOUGLAS NUNES wrote:
>> Hello! I have a `73 Fastback but no tool kit. Did my car come with a
>> tool kit, what was in it and where was it stored. I have a jack in a
>> hold down inside the frank on the passengers side to the left of the
>> spare tire but no lug wrench etc. 
> Yes, your car came with a bit of a tool kit. It would have included a tube 
> wrench for spark plugs and lug bolts, a large rod for turning that wrench on 
> lug bolts and for the jack, a small rod for turning the wrench on spark plugs, 
> a small open ended 8/13 mm wrench, a Phillips/flat screwdriver, and maybe 
> a pair of pliers. All this would have been in a simple fabric pouch with tie 
> string. BTW, there were 2 styles of jacks: one that required a pumping action 
> and one that cranked up.
> I think the tool kits were probably the same on Beetles, but there might have 
> been a change in the tube wrench, because it's a longer reach to the spark 
> plugs on Type 3s.
> Over time I've had some of those tools. Do you want me to see what I can 
> put together?
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