VW wheel bolt cover removal from Laser  

June 09, 2023
VW wheel bolt cover removal from Laser   VW wheel bolt cover removal tool from Laser
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Laser Tools has introduced a new way to pull out VW Group wheel bolt covers quickly and easily, without damaging the wheel. 


Most garages will be aware that VW Group wheel bolt covers can be annoying to remove, especially if in a hurry, and at the side of the road. The new wheel bolt cover removal tool from Laser Tools (part number 8574), will make the task much easier. This easy-to-use tool features two catches at the open end that, when placed on the wheel bolt cover, will pull it out evenly and without causing damage to the wheel. This means no more wasted time fiddling with stubborn caps or picking at them with a screwdriver which can cause alloy damage. 

Manufactured from strong and tough PA6 (polyamide) material, this is a simple tweezer style wheel cap remover tool ideal for use on VW Group vehicles equipped with plastic wheel bolt caps, equivalent to OEM 8D0012244A.

The handy new tool is now available now from Laser Tools stockist.
 
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