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Good diesel mechanic work requires high-quality diesel mechanic tools. If you're studying Universal Technical Institute's (UTI) diesel technician training program, you may be wondering what diesel mechanic tool set you'll need to succeed in the field once you graduate.
We've created this diesel mechanic tools list, informed by some of the biggest diesel brands in the world. You can start adding to your tool list for diesel mechanics while you're still in school, so once you start applying for jobs, you're better prepped for what's to come.
Schneider provides truckload, logistics and intermodal services. Below are the tools the company recommends for its diesel mechanics, along with some other diesel mechanic tools and variations of what Schneider recommends. We've added those in italics so you have an idea of what various heavy equipment machinery and diesel engine manufacturers might be looking for.
You'll want a cart or rolling toolbox that efficiently separates your tools so they're easy to locate and use.
More items you might want to add to a tool list for diesel mechanics include:
This is a long list, but you may not need all the tools on this list for your future employer. Some employers may even provide certain tools. It can help to contact employers you're interested in to see what they require.
Also, take advantage of employer visits on your UTI campus. You can talk directly with employers about what they recommend you start with. Our diesel instructors are great resources, too.
As diesel mechanics retire, many offer to sell their tools to the next generation. Ask around in your networks and look online for lower-cost tools that are still high-quality.
When you study diesel at UTI, you don't have to worry about purchasing tools while you're in school. We provide everything you need with equipment you'd use out in the field.
Learn more about UTI's diesel technician training program's equipment technology.
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