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Monthly Archives: April 2016
Time for the first big project of the year on my car.
One of the other techs in the shop was looking over a used car and found a few tools, including a special screwdriver.
There are ways to lower the ride height of your car that aren’t that bad. This was not one of those ways.
Just a quick one for you today:
Things need to be cut. Sometimes regular side-cutters just don’t work well enough.
One of the unavoidable parts of being a mechanic is getting banged up. A wrench slips, you bash a knuckle, cut your finger, or get scraped up or burned reaching into a tight space.