4 Auto Restoration Tips To Help Get Your Car On The Road Running

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If you are doing an auto restoration, you are probably wanting to take your car for the first test drive. Depending on the condition of your classic car, there is going to be work that needs to be done to get it on the road. Some of the repairs that you will need are going to be more important than other and some can just wait. Here are some tips that will help you get your auto restoration project on the road running:

18 November 2017

Four Things To Consider Before Renting An Office Trailer

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There are quite a few reasons as to why you may be considering renting an office trailer. For one thing, you could be renting because your permanent business office is currently under construction, or you may want to rent an office trailer because it is more affordable for your new business at the moment. Whatever the case, here are four things you must consider before renting an office trailer:  The Lease Terms: The lease terms of the office trailer rental is important to consider because you don't want to be paying to rent the trailer due to the lease arrangement once you no longer need it.

7 October 2016

Think Your Car Battery Is Going Dead? Common Terms You Should Know

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Are you dealing with a dead battery? Maybe it sounds or feels like it is about to die and needs replacing? Before you start testing and looking, there are certain terms that you will need to understand. What's a Dead Battery? This is the easiest to understand. A dead battery is one that doesn't have enough juice to turn the car over. It may have no juice at all, depending on how low it has been allowed to run.

12 August 2016

3 Car Maintenance Tips To Get Your Car Ready For Winter This Fall

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With the summer heat, the car maintenance that you may be thinking about is probably things to help prevent overheating and viscosity breakdowns, such as flushing coolant or using a heavier weight oil. The hot days will soon be coming to an end and it will be time to start thinking about other maintenance to get ready for another cold winter. Some of the maintenance you may need to do is change the coolant and check the cooling system, as well as use lighter fluids in northern climates.

2 August 2016

Options For Fixing A Chipped Or Broken Windshield For Busy People

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On your way to work, the car ahead of you throws a rock up onto your windshield, chipping or cracking the glass. You just don't have much time to spend getting it fixed, but you don't want to drive long with a broken windshield. Here are a few options to get the repair done while impacting your schedule very little. Quick Rock Chip Repair You need to get a rock chip repaired quickly, before it turns into a cracked windshield which will need to be replaced.

19 June 2016

How To Utilize Thread Inserts To Repair Your Stripped Engine Block

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If a head bolt pulled straight out of the engine block during the torque sequence, you will need to take action to restore the threads. One effective way to restore threads in your engine block is by utilizing purpose built inserts. The thread inserts allow you to use the stock size head bolts to prevent the need for making changes to the bolt passages in the head. Furthermore, the thread inserts are strong enough to withstand auto manufacturers' high torque requirements for head bolts.

16 May 2016

Teen Driver? 3 Tire Maintenance Tips To Keep Them Safe This Summer

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For a teenage driver, summer freedom takes on a whole new meaning when they can travel farther in their car than their feet could ever go. Yet, as a parent, you know that driving in the summer means more than just a great chance for your kid to spend time with their friends. Between the summertime heat and extra driving, your teen's tires can take a beating. Here are the top things to show your teen about how a little maintenance can keep their car rolling all summer long.

5 May 2016