Draper Tools explains how it has made its new timing tools range so accessible to its customers.
Engine timing tools are an essential for any workshop, but of course there’s a vast range of them out there and demand for them can be last minute. This situation can make it tricky for factors to deliver an efficient service when it comes to getting garages the timing tools they need. Draper Tools is one company helping to address this, with a newly launched range of timing tools available for speedy next-day delivery.
The full launch encompasses a range of engine timing, locking and complimentary tools, and features British engineered and manufactured items. The range includes kits for both petrol and diesel engines, covering thousands of vehicle, and it’s continually expanding.
A simple search
With such a vast range on offer, searching for the right tool is a complex process. Draper Tools has worked hard to remove this hassle with a simple, three-step process. Accompanying the launch is an extensive, easy-to-use online tool finder, featuring a registration plate search. Factors and technicians input the vehicle’s registration at www.drapertools.com/timingtools and the right tool for the job will appear, along with links to find a Draper motor factor stockist.
Factors can also find the full range of Draper timing tools listed on Autocat, under the Fitting Tools category. This ensures the data is correctly mapped to MAM’s make model index (MMI) and enables MAM catalogue users to accurately identify the right tools using UK vehicle registration numbers. Also adding to the simplicity of finding the right tool, is an extensive vehicle manufacturer and OEM item cross reference printed catalogue too.
Engine timing tools tend to be the kind of purchase customers need quickly and often at short notice, which is why Draper Tools is also able to offer motor factors convenient next-day delivery, ensuring a fast, efficient service for customers. The company even offers a dedicated timing tools phone line.
Speaking about the launch of the new timing tools range, Tom Draper, Director at Draper Tools, said, “Recognising that vehicle engines today are becoming increasingly complex, and that there’s a real need for vehicle model-specific tools was part of what led us to develop such a comprehensive range of timing tools. We wanted to go one step further and make life easier for both motor factors and technicians, by making it quick and simple for both parties to search for and source the right tools. We also took into consideration the way in which timing tools tend to be purchased, often at the last minute. That’s why we made this range available for fast next-day delivery; we even have a dedicated phone line just for timing tool purchases.”