Kent-Moore Tools offers a variety of automotive repair and service tools primarily made for General Motors brands such as Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, GMC Truck, Cadillac and Hummer. Kent-Moore also produces tools for other car brands and the heavy-duty fleet truck market as well as its Porta-Tool line.
Kent-Moore designs its tools for professional automotive technicians, so they are widely considered automotive specialty tools. Kent-Moore typically names its tools by a J-series number found in car manuals such as Mitchell1, OnDemand and AllData. The Kent-Moore line includes tools used for automotive maintenance and repair, diagnostics and the car-manufacturing industry.
SPX Corporation owns the Kent-Moore Tools Specialty Tools division. SPX is also the owner of another well-known brand among auto technicians, OTC, which also makes specialty automotive tools. The SPX Kent-Moore Specialty Tools line mostly consists of tools used for changing parts, including wrenches and pullers, holders, and engine cam and crankshaft alignment tools. The companies operated as subsidiaries under SPX provide diagnostic solutions for car manufacturers such as Nissan and LandRover, motorcycle manufacturers such as Harley-Davidson, and the aerospace, energy and defense industries.
Items in the Porta-Tool line by Kent-Moore Tools include boring machines, sleeve extractors, lower bore chamfer kits and mainliners.