• De-winterize your lawn mower

    After a long, cold winter, the air warms up, the rain starts to fall, and with it comes the greenery. Eventually, you have to drag that mower out of the garage and put it to work. Unless you did the proper winterizing, then you will likely have some work to do getting it up and…

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  • How to Clean Car Upholstery

    Spills, greasy food, ink, pet stains, all of these are potential hazards to your upholstery. Once these stains set in, ordinary cleaners are not going to get very far in removing them. You need something designed to clean car upholstery specifically, penetrate the stain and remove it without damaging the upholstery itself. We think we…

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  • How to replace keyless entry remote fob

    You know that hunk of plastic, tape and rubber bands attached to the keys in your pocket? Yeah, that thing you call a remote. Are the buttons covered in sticky soda residue? Don’t you think it is time to replace it? It is quite easy to replace the case for your keyless entry remote control,…

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  • Know-How Notes: All About Flywheel and Brake Rotor Turning

    In the day of remove and replace vehicle maintenance, turning rotors and flywheels has become a forgotten option. Sometimes, replacement is the only solution, but basic service and maintenance of brakes and clutches can increase their service life by having your slightly worn rotors or flywheel turned. Turning is a term used to describe the…

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  • Know-How Notes: How to Remove Red Threadlocker

    There comes a time for every DIYer to face the challenge of removing a bolt that has been treated with red high–strength threadlocker. When the factory absolutely does not want that bolt to EVER come out, they use it. It is usually necessary too, components that are critical safety items such as brakes, steering, and…

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  • Know-How Notes: How To Service Your Differential

    Changing your engine oil and topping off fluids is a common procedure that many DIYers take care of in their driveway. These simple tasks are part of owning a car, but there is another service that you need to be mindful not to forget – servicing your rear differential. This is most commonly an issue…

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  • Electrical Tools Guide

    For most car owners, the scope of electrical system knowledge stops at the fusebox. If it isn’t a bad fuse or bad bulb, that is as far as they can go into fixing the problem. The intrepid DIYer, however is not afraid of diving into an electrical problem, even though they may not have much…

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  • Know-How Notes: How to Treat Rust With WD-40 Rust Remover Soak

    Ask anyone what the biggest concern about their cars and tools is and the word rust is bound to come up often. Rust is unrelenting and there a hundreds of products on the market to prevent or slow its ever-present march of destruction. The problem is that once it starts, it is difficult to stop….

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  • Red Dirt Hot Rod - Supercharged 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

    Plans sometimes have a way of snowballing, especially when it comes to building a car. Just about every gearhead has a story about how “it started out as a brake job and turned into a complete restoration”, or something to that effect. This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is absolutely one of those stories. It rolled…

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  • Cutting metal is a source of much pain for the DIYers. There are many ways to get the job done, and for most garage hobbyists, getting the job done often turns into a big hassle. As we have discussed before, there are many ways to cut sheet metal, but what about the thicker stuff? Anything…

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