Rust repair and body work comes along with just about every old car project. For the novice builder, these tasks can mean a costly trip to the body shop or lots … Continue Reading Rust Repair 101 – How To Fix A Rust Hole
Is your AC leaking water? This is normal but if it isn’t water it could be much worse. Here’s a look at how to spot a leak in your AC system.
Can high mileage cars make it from 100,000 miles on the odometer to 200,000 miles? It’s not an impossible, here’s how to do it.
When Summer droughts strike, your grass may go dormant and turn brown. Here are some lawn care tips for summer to bring it back once the rains return.
When choosing between air tools vs electric tools, it can be a little hard to figure out what’s going to work best for you and your project.
Engines need air, fuel, and spark in order to make power. Increase fuel or air, and you can make more power. One of the easiest ways to increase power is … Continue Reading Deep Breathing: A look at the K&N Blackhawk Air Filter System
If you have a manual transmission, a rolling start can help you get back on the road.
Here’s how to quickly – and safely – remove your Jeep hard top and store it properly.
If your car was built before the late 1980s, chances are the engine uses a carburetor to feed the air and fuel into the engine. Carburetors (or carbs) are complex … Continue Reading Know How Notes: What is a Carburetor?
Automotive electrical connectors resolve the challenge of not having enough connectivity points in your vehicle.