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I’m a bigger fan of older car designs than the current ones a lot of the time. Sometimes it’s just the smallest design point that makes a big difference in the feeling of the whole design.
If you just replaced the wrong part, broke something, or damaged a car, this one’s for you.
Truck bed caps are a pretty popular accessory, especially because so many people buy trucks without the intention of using them for much that requires a truck. There are a few advantages to them, like having a large weatherproof cargo … Continue reading
Let’s take a look back at a post from a year ago. When I first bought my tools, at the start of my first semester of automotive school, I got a whole bunch of Snap-On stuff. I didn’t know that … Continue reading
I like working on my car. Sometimes it’s necessary repairs, other times it’s modifications or upgrades just because I want to.
Leaky tires happen. Sometimes you can just look at them and find a nail or screw stuck in them. Sometimes it takes spraying soapy water on them to find the puncture or the leaking around the bead seating surface.
Doing work on your car yourself or having a friend do it can save you a lot of money. But you have to know what you’re doing, or things could go very wrong.