5 Easy Do-it-yourself Car Maintenance Tips
By | January 4th, 2017

New or old, every car needs maintenance. While new cars might not need it that quick as every part is new, the old vehicles require your special attention to remain fit. All motorists must have a little know-how of the vehicles for two reasons. It saves you money and can be done with minimum of…

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All You Need To Know About Becoming A Heavy Equipment Repair
By | November 30th, 2016

Check out this guide if you feel like becoming or simply considering the career of a heavy equipment repairs expert. You’ll surely find something useful. How Can I Become A Heavy Equipment Mechanic? Do you want to embrace a prominent career in repairs of heavy equipment like industrial trucks, cranes, bulldozers and what not? Do…

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Miles Per What Now? 8 Common Automotive Terms And What They
By | November 23rd, 2016

Not a gearhead? Join the club. For most people, cars aren’t all that different from home appliances. While they’re hard to live without, we just don’t have the time or bandwidth to get up close and personal with our rides. As long as they run, we’re happy. But there’s a strong case to be made…

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Top 7 Tips for Choosing a Car Repair Shop
By | November 20th, 2016

Car Repair Shop Choosing the right car repair shop is like finding a family doctor. As you cannot trust just any doctor with your health, similarly you cannot rely on simply anyone with your car. Finding the best car repair shop in Trenton Michigan is a challenging job, especially when they are in abundance in…

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Pagani Huayra Roadster Spy Shots
By | November 14th, 2016

Ahead of its highly awaited debut at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show, spy shots of the Pagani Huayra Roadster emerged on Instagram. The prototype was spotted in Italy, according to three pictures posted by just_supercars_ and carspotting_af. If the pictures are to be trusted, it seems Pagani will continue with the removable roof it introduced…

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The Power Wagon
By | November 10th, 2016

Previous to WWII, the US military was relying on Dodge to supply them with their large trucks. They were using half-ton, three-quarter ton, and one-ton trucks. Dodge supplied them in either 4×4 or 6×6 for the one ton trucks. These Dodge trucks were the best made in America. The needs of the US military changed…

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Shock Absorbers & Kinetic Suspensions
By | November 9th, 2016

Although shock absorbers have been used for many years, engineers continue to improve them with things like gas pressurization, electronic valves, friction-reducing seals, and even magnetic repulsion technology. Nowadays, many companies are working on the next huge advance in this technology: kinetic active systems controlled by computers and sensors. Before we examine the new computerized…

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Yes, It’s a Hemi!
By | November 8th, 2016

Among the gearhead set, engine swapping is a common pastime. In case you aren’t familiar with engine swapping, it’s the process of taking an old engine out of a vehicle and putting another one back in -usually a more powerful one. In the old days, before engine electronic control systems, engine swapping wasn’t technically difficult….

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