Build your own shop. My friend did it and it's amazing. We can fit 6 cars in it easily and have two of them on the lifts. There's even a 200 gallon compressor underground it works amazing. What you can do also is get in good with a big shop and rent a lift from them. But it's not the same as having it in your home. Just remember having the space is one thing but the right tools also make a huge difference.
1. At least have a 50 gallon compressor,
2. 1/2 inch impact gun rated at 150ftlbs, a 1inch inpact rated at 300ftlbs plus
1/4 inch cordless impact by found one capable of 250ftlbs works very god worth the money to buy.
3. Deep socket set for your impact and ratchets.
4. A good ratchet I recomend the Huskey ratchet at Home Depot twisting the handle either way spins the ratchet also. This 40 dollar tool has saved me so many times I lost count espeacially in tight spots.
5. Torque wrench one cheap one to use a a breaker bar, one good one for actual specs.
6. Ratcheting wrenches are a must for odd spots trust me they are worth it.
7. 4 jackstands 2.5 ton 4 ton if you want if you opt for 4 ton stands you will need a bigger jack.
8. Low profile jack.
9. One of those cheap 140 bit tool sets from any auto parts store for random tools "sacrafical items"
10. Since it's a "toyota" engine HIGH Quality Sockets and wrenches in 8,10,12 and 14mm especially.
11. Blue wrench or really big pipe 1inch wide 4FT long.
12. Various nuts and bolts, bins and fluids, tin snips.
13. Strut Style Sping compressors.
With all this you have enough tools to build anything and what you don't have you can get part by part. Realisticly a short trip to HomeDepot and your average Auto parts store and your set. DONT buy CRAFTSMAN THERE IS NO LONGER A LIFETIME WARRANTEE ON ANYTHING YOU BUY FROM NOW ON FROM THEM.
I have those tools and a few "special service tools" in my garage and have done countless motor swaps. Body Panel replacements, suspension rebuilds, engine build ups, and general molestation to cars and havent needed much more. Currently I'm planning on building a Super 7ish but haven't found the right kit yet. BTW you don't need a lift really to build cars just makes life a little easier. The money is better spent on AIR tools and spare parts.
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