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Tie Rod End Dust Boot Replacement
Your car's steering and suspension system contains several different parts, but among the most overlooked are the dust boots that cover the end of the tie rods. These small, flexible parts may not look like much, but they're integral to keeping your car steering smoothly.Tie rod boots are also one of the easiest car parts to replace. If you're even slightly mechanically incline …
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T Bucket Interior Ideas

10th Jun 2022

T Bucket Interior Ideas
T buckets are a staple of the American hot rod and classic car scene. These sporty, fun vehicles have been around for decades and are virtually limitless when it comes to customization options. Thanks to modern kits, practically anyone with a decent amount of mechanical knowledge can build his or her own T bucket these days.One of the hardest parts of designing your T bucket, t …
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What Classic Car to Buy for Fun
There are many reasons why people get into old cars. Some people like the designs, others see them as investments, and some enthusiasts just like to embrace nostalgia. What if you just want to know what classic car to buy for fun? After all, isn’t that central the point of this hobby? After getting wrapped up in deciding between brands, restoration goals and levels of originali …
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How to Stop Mice From Getting in a Classic Car
While most accident damage can be repaired, mouse damage can easily total your car. Over time, they can strip wiring of its insulation, rip apart interiors and leave debris in intakes. On top of that, they leave behind infectious diseases, making cleanup dangerous. Here’s what you should know about how to stop mice from getting in classic cars, what you should do if you have an …
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How to Remove Weather Stripping Adhesive
Failing weatherstripping adhesive is annoying, and it can be hard to fix if you don’t know what you’re doing. Once it gives way, seals can peel off, letting air and water in while interfering with the movement of doors and windows. If you simply apply new sealant, or try to fix the problem with an all-purpose glue, the weatherstrip will fail almost immediately. Most of these fa …
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