Do you have some odd looking tools lying about your garage that you picked up from a Citroën parts vendor at a show?  Or maybe they were included with the Citroën you purchased?  Now you are working on your Citroën and wonder if there is an easier way to do a seemingly impossible task?  If so, this UK based website that features a list of specialized Citroën tools could come in very handy.  Not only do they sell the tools but there are descriptions for most of them that tell you their purpose!   

Here is the link to A Series (2CV) tools: http://www.2cvtools.com/www_2cvtools_com29.htm

And on the lower left of their home page is the means to see tools for; CX, BX, AX, VISA, LNA, HY, GS, DS, C15/25, and XM.  It takes a bit of navigation to see all the tools for the various models, but most are there and worth the time to browse and get an education as to what they are used for. 

  Larry Lewis ponders his Traction repair in Toronto.

Thanks go to Graeme Seed at 2cvtools.com for his effort to sort out and support the variety of tools needed to keep our classic Citroëns in optimum condition.