Suspension Shake: The Basics Of Lifted Suspension Shaking

Posted on: 30 June 2020

For people who buy sport utility vehicles and trucks, sometimes the ultimate goal is to lift that vehicle for improved ground clearance and better train maneuverability. If you've decided to do just that, your hopes are probably that the lift will enhance the appearance and functionality of your truck. Unfortunately, sometimes having a lift installed creates more problems than it solves. Here's a look at a few things that you need to know about suspension lifts and the most common yet misunderstood problem.
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The Car Owner's Guide To Buffing And Blending Paintwork After Having Auto Body Repairs Done

Posted on: 11 March 2020

After auto body repairs, sometimes the differences in paint colors can be seen. Therefore, you want to know how to buff the paint and blend the colors together to make repairs less noticeable. Even with a good repair shop, this is something that you may want to do on your own. The following guide will help you blend the paint with buffing to make the body repairs to your car less noticeable.
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Leaving Your Car At A Collision Center For Repairs: Faqs

Posted on: 17 November 2019

Collision repair centers are an excellent service to the public, but you do have to leave one of your prized possessions behind if it needs repairs. Here is a look at some of the common questions people tend to have about leaving their vehicles at a collision repair center.  Why do collision centers ask you to leave gas in your fuel tank? When you drop off your vehicle at a collision center, you may be surprised to find out that you need to have a certain level of fuel in your fuel tank.
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2 Signs That Mean Your Car's Wheels Are Out Of Alignment

Posted on: 8 May 2019

If you have noticed that your tires are wearing down shortly after replacing them, you may start to suspect that your car is out of alignment. However, if you are still not completely sure, look for the following signs while you are driving that mean that your car's wheels are no longer in alignment. 1.  Tires Squeal Whenever You Make a Sharp Turn Normally, when you make a sharp turn with your car, your wheels adjust themselves to ensure that the movement stays smooth and the friction between the tread and the pavement remains even.
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