Ohh! A de-buring tool - I have one of those too!
My recommendation is one of these, which is part of an interchangable system.
As a hoe, for loosening the top soil and grubbing up weeds, it is really useful as part of a Charles Dowding No Dig method.
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I particularly like this ratcheting crimping tool with 6 sets of interchangeable jaws, as it does an excellent job on most automotive connectors, no more bodged crimping with pliers:
Also looks to be available in the UK under another brand name with an additional set of jaws for BNC cables:
Once you've had one you won't understand how you could ever live without
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I have one of these which is very handy for use in confined spaces, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sealey-AK6962-4-inch-Stainless-Ratchet/dp/B00K1UNJ52/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Sealey+AK6962&qid=1578388366&sr=8-1, the ability to place it on the fastener and then drive it from the handle is really useful. I often use it with a little Bosch IXO electric driver.
Just realized the one i have is NOT the one I have linked to on Amazon. Mine looks very similar but allows driving from the handle end. This one doesn't. I will try and find a part number on mine and link to it, sorry for the miss-direction. Bought it quite a few years ago and went on appearance not the actual tool.
I will be carrying a tube of chemical metal on future long trips.
We cracked the sump and had wait a couple of days to get it welded in the South of France.
That is one temporary job duct tape is not quite sufficient for
What about grease gun?
Which one would you recommend?
Agree with RJ, When I had the business in Dubai, we had a 5 ton forklift and if I ever wanted to get a look underneath the 7 a couple of pieces of wood on top of the forks and up she goes, perfect!
A few others are, Stahlwille torque wrench, chain hoists, a pair of steelfixers nips, a 36" stihl chainsaw, and a brush attachment for my stihl combi https://www.stihl.co.uk/STIHL-Products/KombiSystem-and-MultiSystem/KombiTools/21174-1482/KB-KM.aspx
Finaly, magnet on a stick and mirro on a stick.