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Snap-on Trim Pad Tool Set Protects Interiors


Strong Enough to Remove Fasteners, Gentle Enough for Your Car’s Interior

We’ve pulled our share of door panels to replace everything from window regulators to speakers. Removing clips from door panels and other trim pieces can sometimes present a challenge. You need to get the right amount of leverage behind the fastener head. Without the right tool, you risk scratching up either the trim panel or the surrounding parts. The Snap-On trim pad tool set lets you apply some power to your pulling without causing damage.

10-Second Summary

  • Model: Snap-On ASGP102BG
  • Contains two tools for removing the most common clip sizes
  • Vinyl sleeve on 90° part of the tool keeps tool from marring components while providing max leverage
  • Nickel-chrome finished blades
  • Ergonomic handles
  • Choice of red, green, and orange handles

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Snap-On Trim Pad Tools Give You a Soft Touch

The Snap-On trim pad tool set consists of two tools for removing the most common fastener sizes. Where other trim pad tools sets give you the leverage you need, the Snap-on ASGP102BG provides a vinyl sleeve at the 90° point of the tool. This protects the potentially delicate bits of a vehicle’s interior.

Snap-On finished the blades on this tool set with a nickel-chrome plating. The Instinct handles look both comfortable and ergonomic in their design.

Oddly enough, you also have your choice of handle colors. Of course, you can go with the classic Snap-On red. Or, you can set your tools apart with green or orange handles. This might be good if you want to identify your tools among similar ones in the shop.

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These may not be the sexiest tools we’ve seen from Snap-on in recent years, but we like them. You can learn more about the Snap-On trim pad tool set by contacting your Snap-On rep, visiting www.snapon.com, or calling the company at 877-SNAPON-4.

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