Can you guess the tool in the photo?
Back in the day, I used this little rascal a lot. Photography by Gene Hannon.
When disc brakes first came on to the scene, we would overhaul them inhouse.
We took things apart and repaired them instead of just replacing parts! We didn't use remanufactured units, such as starters, alternators, axles, distributors, etc.
Hint:  Piston
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 Gene Hannon Jr., ASE Master Technician lives in Maryland with his wife Paula; they have 3 girls, Jocelyn, Sarah and Carly. Gene began working with cars when he was 13 at his father’s (Gene Sr.) ESSO service center where he cleaned equipment and tools, scrubbed out the repair bays, and pumped gas. By age 16 he was turning wrenches and receiving technical training. He worked at the ESSO (later Exxon) station for 29 years. With his father and brother, the three opened Avalon Automotive, an 8-bay repair center, where he was a partner for more than 10 years. Gene joined the Chilton Team in 2006.