PROMO: THE INDUCTOR BEARING BUDDY AND THIN WALL COIL PACKS

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Introducing the Bearing Buddy and Thin Wall Coil Packs

Induction Innovations is excited to introduce the new Bearing Buddy Coil Pack and Thin Wall Coil Pack, for use with the Mini-Ductor series products. We’ve bundled some of our most popular coils as well as some new coils, in a variety of sizes to help you make more repairs faster.

New Bearing Buddy coil pack kit

The Mini-Ductor series products, such as the Mini-Ductor II and Mini-Ductor Venom, allow users to release hardware from corrosion or thread lock compounds, without the dangers of an open flame.

The Bearing Buddy Coil Pack (MD99-643) is comprised of coils for use on thick metal and a wider assortment of parts, such as O2 sensors, bearings, tie-rod ends, and much more. It offers two different sized flexible coils and a heat resistant mat. The heat resistant mat helps extend the Bearing Buddy coil life by preventing abrasion and overheating of the coil.

Bearing Buddy Coil Pack Kit Contents

  • 104cm Bearing Buddy Coil (MD99-603)
  • 243cm Bearing Buddy Coil (MD99-XBB96)
  • 6” x 12” Heat Resistant Insulator (MD99-612)
  • Compact Storage Tube

The Thin Wall Coil Pack (MD99-644) offers four of the most popular thin wall coil sizes, which enables users to release rusted or corroded recessed lug nuts safely and quickly.

New Thin Wall coil accessory

Thin Wall Coil Pack Kit Contents

  • 19mm Thin Wall Coil (MD99-629)
  • 21mm Thin Wall Coil (MD99-631)
  • 23mm Thin Wall Coil (MD99-632)
  • 25mm Thin Wall Coil (MD99-635)
  • Compact Storage Tube

These coils are especially useful with higher quality and custom wheels, which often have limited space between the nut and the wheel. This makes it difficult to get a lug wrench, breaker bar, or even a normal sized induction heating coil around the nut. With any of our thin wall coils, you can easily maneuver the Mini-Ductor to apply induction heat in the smallest of crevices.

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