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Three Keys When Repairing A Heavy-Duty Truck Frame

Buying a used truck frame is a good way to save a little money and still get a useful piece of equipment. On the other hand, you will need to check your frame carefully to make sure that it is in good working order. If your truck frame has seen years of rough wear, then you should inspect it for signs of damage and make repairs as necessary.  Dealing with Rust Read More 

Get That Rock Chip In Your Windshield Repaired Fast

You may see people driving with a long crack across their windshield. The crack likely started out as a small rock chip. If left on your windshield, a chip can suddenly become a small crack that continues to grow until it reaches the edge. Here is how to handle a rock chip so it doesn't become a bigger problem. How a Rock Chip Becomes a Crack As soon a you spot a rock chip in the windshield, clean the area around the chip and place a piece of transparent tape over the chip. Read More 

RV Camping: Tips For Getting There Safely And Being A Respectful Camper

Taking an RV trip can be an fun experience; having an RV allows you the freedom of enjoying the great outdoors without missing out on all the luxuries of home. However, if you're new to camping, there are some basic tips that you should follow on the way to and at your campsite. This way, you can have an enjoyable experience while staying safe, respecting the grounds, and staying in the good graces of other campers. Read More 

Collision Repair: How to Do Paintless Dent Repair

After you have a collision and you have dealt with your insurance company, the next thing you need to do is handle repairs. If the damage to the body of your car is fairly mild, you might be able to fix it on your own. Paintless dent repairs include different methods that get rid of small dents without needing to paint over the area. Here are some ways to use paintless dent repair at home. Read More 

3 Tips For Sandblasting Classic Car Parts

If you're thinking of restoring a classic car, you might be faced with older mechanical parts that are in perfect working condition, but have a heavy coat of rust or chipped paint that at first glance seems impossible to remove, even with a healthy dose of hot water and detergent. Fortunately, there's a do-it-yourself solution available that can have your car parts looking like new in no time. Sandblasting - so called even though sand is no longer used - is a method of removing rust and old paint by spraying abrasive particles through a pressurized nozzle. Read More 

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what to do when clear coat begins to peel

Do you have a car that has a peeling clear coat on the hood, roof or trunk lid? I bought a car from a very nice old man. That car was in perfect running condition and had very low miles on it, but it didn't look very nice. The clear coat had begun to peel on the trunk and the hood. I took it to an auto body professional to find out what could be done to improve the way the car looks. This blog will give you several ideas about what you can do to improve the appearance of vehicles with poor paint jobs and peeling clear coat.

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