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How to Paint a Car the Right Away
If your car's paint is looking dingy and faded or you're just looking for a change of color, a DIY car paint job could save you thousands of dollars. Good prep work and being systematic in your approach will have your car looking like new in no time.
Here’s Exactly What It Cost To Buy And Repair An Old Toyota Pickup Truck
A year ago, I had the urge to buy an old four-wheel drive Toyota Pickup. The boxiness of the body, the square stance of the off-road suspension, the no-frills interior, and the perceived reliability of an old Toyota—it all came together to create an irresistible combination. But is the craving to own one just the result of shallow nostalgic emotions, or can it hold up to your expectations?
Tips From Burning Man To Dispose of Gray Water
Burning Man being the ultimate destination for all RV lovers, genius is bound to happen. Check out ingenious RV Gray Water disposal, HERE!
Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer Tire Tips and Advice
Some of the most often ask questions I get from readers of Love Your RV! are regarding trailer tires. Things like “What brand do you use?” “How old is too old?” “How much PSI do you inflate to?“, etc. I’ve always been leery of writing a tire advice post since they are such a critical part of safety and I’m frankly no expert on the subject. The issue always stirs up passionate debates on web forums. You’ll find many varying staunch opinions. However, there seems to be considerable interest in the subject, particularly from new trailer owners. So, I’ve decided to
Ten Hilariously Overpriced Cars You Could Buy On eBay Right Now
In the used car market there are automotive bargains, and then there are cars priced so heavily out of anyone’s comfort zone that you wonder if they’re really trying to sell the car at all, or just look like they are to placate a furious partner who wants their garage back.
Check out these amazing tips from Digital Dealer 22
Greg and Shaun walked the convention center floor at Digital Dealer 22 and interviewed vendors and dealers. Watch this week's video for some amazing tips to help your dealership be even more amazing in 2017.
The Great Motorcycle Vanishing Act (Condensed Edit)
This is a 3 minute version of a 10 minute film I've made on the merits of lane splitting. You can find the longer version here: youtu.be/sLKx0oW5iSI ...
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Bookshelf made from plumbing pipe fittings #DIY
Brake Pads: What You Need to Know
therry/iStock/Thinkstock Subject to tremendous friction and heat, brake pads wear down and must be replaced as part of a car's regular maintenance. In disc-brake systems, the brake pads are the friction material the caliper squeezes against the rotating disc, or rotor, to slow the wheel's rotation and stop the car. In drum brakes, the pads are called shoes How do I know when to change my brake pads and rotors? Squeaks, squeals and metal-to-metal grinding noises are typical signs you're past due for new brake pads and/or rotors. Other signs include longer stopping distances and more pedal travel before you feel significant braking force. If it's been more than two years since your brake parts were replaced, it's a good idea to have the brakes checked at every oil change or every six…