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One of the simplest tricks in the book, replace the spark plugs with a hotter set. why? The hotter plugs will put more spark into the combustion chamber, more spark=more horsepower/better gas mileage.
– Working with fiberglass can be an itchy and scratchy experience. Cover your arms with baby powder before you start the job. – Got a good cut on your hand? The best thing I have found is pour or dip the effected area into motor oil. Yes it sounds stupid but the oil reacts with […]
Tapping holes is no cause for concern until you break a tap in the hole. To prevent binding the tap and risking breakage, turn the tap a 1/2-turn forward and a 1/4-turn backwards, then repeat until completed. You will never break a tap again, as the 1/4-turn rearward clears the tap debris.
This one is more for modern cars then hot rods but we didn’t know about it until we found this blurb in “Trucks” So we thought we would share it anyway. Most any manufacturer nowadays has an electric in-tank fuel pump. Leading cause of death? Overheating due to low fuel levels. Today’s pumps are actually […]
We all spill and sadly guys we are adults now and Mom is not there to clean it up for us. But more to the point, how many times have you griped over the cost of “Super Clean” or another related clean up products. Spilling fluid of any kind on the garage floor is still […]
Draping a sheet or towel over your workbench area when working on something small with lots of parts that could scatter will help you to find them more easily. Leave the material loose and lumpy instead of smooth, and anything that gets dropped or falls will sit in the material instead of rolling off the […]