• gas tank repair

    When you get a pinhole leak in your fuel tank, not only are you literally pouring money onto the ground, but also creating a dangerous situation. Repairing a fuel tank can get difficult, especially when the it is full of fuel. Not to worry, there is a temporary solution to your fuel drip problem: gas tank…

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  • JB weld product line

    When it comes to repairing broken parts that are hard to find, expensive, or just need a minor fix, JB Weld is the go-to epoxy of choice. What started out as a simple method of cold welding in 1969 is now the world’s premier epoxy repair brand, and for good reason – it works. How…

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  • How To Replace A Control Arm Bushing

    All cars have wear items. These are sacrificial lambs that take the abuse of road driving so that the main components don’t have to. Many of these come in the form of bushings or joints. The suspension is where most folks find themselves dealing with these wear items. While technology has vastly improved the life…

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  • How To Use JB Weld KwikWeld

    JB Weld has tons of products available for specific types of repairs, but the generic epoxies- JB Weld and JB Weld KwikWeld are the main types. This particular article is all about KwikWeld, the fast-setting version of JB Weld epoxy.  The original JB Weld has a strength of 3,960 psi, which sets in 4-6 hours…

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  • What's In A Timing Belt and Water Pump Replacement Kit?

    Inside your engine is a set of valves that open and close inside the combustion chamber. This is what allows fresh fuel and air to enter the chamber and the spent gases to escape into the exhaust. When everything is working well, these operations occur a few thousand times a minute. When something goes wrong,…

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  • How To Install A Battery Tray

    Your car’s battery is necessary in order for your vehicle to operate, but at the same time, the very nature of that battery is slowly destroying your car. No, this isn’t clickbait, this is about the corrosion that batteries cause under the hood. Here’s how to install a battery tray once yours has gone beyond repair. Corrosion…

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  • Sea Foam Deep Creep

    You’ve had it. That bolt is stuck, your car is never going to be repaired, so you may as well grab your title and head to the dealership to buy a new one. Just about every DIY mechanic has had this conversation in their own head at least once, if not a million times. However,…

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  • How to Fill Trim Holes

    Customizing your car often means filling unwanted holes in your exterior sheet metal. This is most often the case as you will need to fill trim holes once the trim is removed. Even newer vehicles sometimes use alignment holes to secure trim or badges to the body, but every older car (pre-90s) is going to have some…

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  • common radiator failures

    With summer on the horizon, we start thinking about road trips and summer drives with family and friends. You make sure the luggage is packed, the oil is changed, and the tires are aired up, but what about the radiator? Nothing exposes cooling system issues like summer swelter. To help you keep your road trip…

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  • Emergency Toolbox

    Summer roads carry thousands of families traveling the highways and byways of these United States, searching for fun and togetherness in the sun. Along with that, the roads come with different perils during the summer months. The asphalt is hotter, there is more traffic, and the air is hotter and more dense. While that makes…

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