Bringing Big Red International Tractors Back From The Dead: 3 Tips To Restoring Antique Tractors


Cars are not the only types of vehicles or machinery that get restored. Many old tractors are becoming enjoyable restoration projects for enthusiasts. There are some aspects of restoring a tractor that are challenging, while some are simple. If you are planning on restoring a tractor, you will want to know a few good tricks. Here are a few tips that will help you with your tractor restoration project: 1. Restoring or Replacing Old International Farmall Engines

26 October 2017

Salvage Yards Are Not Just A Place For Spooks And Demons: You Can Find Great Car Parts There


If you watch any kind of horror movie you have seen many scenes take place in a salvage yard. It may be a villain chasing someone with a chainsaw or spooks or demons chasing people. You do not have to worry about this, however, because even if ghosts and demons are there they only come out at night. You can visit the salvage yard in the daytime and find many treasures that you can use to repair a car or motorcycle.

17 October 2017

Stop Wracking Your Knuckles: How To Care For Your New Wheel Gun


Whether you own an auto shop, or you work on cars as a hobby, you need the right tools. One tool that every mechanic should have is a wheel gun, especially if you're tired of fighting with lug nuts that refuse to budge. One stuck lug nut can hold you up for hours, and lead to unnecessary frustration. Not to mention, the damaged knuckles you'll get from scraping the across the concrete, or hitting them up against the wheel well when your hand-operated tools fail.

12 October 2017

Tips For Picking The Best Possible Racing Fuel


If you have a vehicle that needs racing fuel, you will want to make sure that you are putting forth the effort to select the best possible one for your vehicle. By reviewing the following information, you should have an easy enough time finding the best racing fuel. Go for the Higher Octane The higher the number on the racing-fuel pump, the higher the octane, which is what you want to put in your race car.

4 October 2017