5 Tips To Help You Out When Pulling Auto Parts At A Salvage Yard

Whether you are the constant mechanic who is always working on an automobile for family and friends, or you are on the search for unique parts for rebuilds, there is a good chance you will find yourself scouting out the right parts at a salvage yard at some point. Even though skimming through a field full of salvaged vehicles to find what you need is a pretty straightforward process, there is always room to improve to make this task a little easier to handle. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do To Make The Vintage RV You Purchased More Comfortable

Your vintage RV is unique and valuable, but it likely doesn't come with all the features and comforts that newer RVs come with. Here are a few things you can do to make the vintage RV you bought a little more comfortable over all: Invest in Some Power To ensure that everyone in your party is comfortable while camping in your vintage RV, it's a good idea to invest in some power that can be utilized off the grid. Read More 

Finding The Right Parts For Your Race Or Performance Vehicle

Drag racing is a great hobby, enjoyed by many people from all walks of life. Taking your performance car to the track on the weekend or during an open track night is a fun way to see just how fast the car is, but in a safe environment. If you are building a car for the track, it is important that you use high-quality parts. As the car gets faster, the suspension is going to become more critical to the handling of the car. Read More 

How To Find Used Auto Parts For Your Car

Buying new automobile parts can get very pricey. Replacing the transmission, engine, alternator, or even the starter is often quite expensive. If you need the replacement during a particularly tight financial period you might be looking at getting used parts. Used parts are a great alternative, especially if you have an older car that won't be on the road for much longer. No need to put brand new parts in a car if you can't maximize the use you'll get out of them, right? Read More 

First Time Homeowner? 4 Things You Should Never Do With Your Garage Door

Now that you own your first home, you have a whole list of home maintenance projects that you're responsible for. When you were renting, the home maintenance issues fell to the landlord. However, now that you're the homeowner, it all rests on your shoulders. If you haven't added garage door maintenance to your list of responsibilities, you need to do that right away. You might not realize this, but problems with your garage door are no laughing matter. Read More