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1. Degreasing your engine with pine-sol
Degreasing your engine with pine-sol
Any time you are working on a car you are likely to have dirty parts that you would like to clean. This can be easier said than done. I once spent 2 days cleaning a cylinder head with a towel and some Goop hand cleaner. Solvent sinks, ultrasonic cleaners, and sandblasting are common techniques us...
Cars - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:52:25
2. 10 reasons to buy a geo metro
10 reasons to buy a geo metro
If you ask any Metro driver why they drive such a wimpy car, the answer you invariably get will be "Because it gets 50MPG..." The number one reason for buying a Geo Metro, then, is obvious: Gas Mileage. Thinking of 9 other reasons is not so easy. This lens records the love/hate relationship that ...
Cars - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 11:15:18
3. De-Glaze your cylinders using a ball hone
De-Glaze your cylinders using a ball hone
When rebuilding an engine you will likely need to hone the cylinders. There are a couple tools available for this purpose including "three stone" hones and "Ball hones" described here. A Ball Hone is a simple tool, also known as a berry hone or flex hone, that does a great job for honing cylinder...
Cars - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:56:55
4. Replacing piston rings
Replacing piston rings
Piston rings are the part of the piston that makes contact with the cylinder, and they are a part you should replace any time you rebuild or take apart an engine or air compressor. Piston rings are a very important component of your engine because they scrape the oil off the cylinder wall, keepin...
Cars - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 11:14:38
5. Check your bearing clearences with plastiguage
Checking your bearing clearances is a routine step in an engine rebuild, however many new engine builders will tend to skip this easy step because they are not familiar with using plastiguage. Plastigauge is a plastic material that is used to accurately and easily measure the gap between two surf...
cars - Thu, 03 May 2012 21:35:00
6. Restore your classic VW
Older Volkswagons are great "starter cars", if you want to get into auto restoration. They are very simple and easy to work on, very cheap, and they have a classic vibe the can go from fun loving and carefree to dead serious to OH MY GOD are we really about to jump off a 50' sand dune, depending ...
cars - Mon, 11 Nov 2013 05:52:00
7. Swingweighting Irons
Mixing epoxy seems like a relatively simple task if you have ever done it before, but it actually can be pretty omplicated. Any inconsistancies in the mixing process or resin ratio can wreak havoc on your epoxy. This is especially important for epoxies used in high performance applications such a...
hobbies-games-toys - Wed, 25 Apr 2012 04:29:34
8. Adjusting the swing wait of a wood
Swingweighting is one of the most common golf club alterations and you could save a lot of money by making this change yourself. You can experiment with different weights and configurations without having to pay to have your clubs reweighted which may take several days, and possibly even enjoy an...
hobbies-games-toys - Tue, 24 Apr 2012 22:59:26
9. Installing shafts on iron clubs
Installing a shaft on a golf club is a common repair. Perhaps you broke the shaft on a club or you found some nice clubs secondhand and the shafts are just to short. Whatever the reason, removing the old shaft is more than half the battle and you should have no problem installing a new one. This ...
hobbies-games-toys - Tue, 24 Apr 2012 19:55:53
10. Removing shafts from Iron clubs
Removing an old shaft is often often nessesary and usually pretty easy, but depending on the club it can be quite a challenge. You might have broken a shaft or just want to try a different shaft with a different flex, but either way you will need to remove the shaft. If you want to remove the sha...
hobbies-games-toys - Tue, 24 Apr 2012 18:15:52
11. Removing your golf club shaft
If you want to replace the shaft on your golf club, whether due to the shaft being broken or wanting a shaft with different charactaristics, the first step will be to remove the shaft. this guide will explain how to remove the shaft from both steel shaft and graphite shaft clubs. Save money by in...
hobbies-games-toys - Tue, 24 Apr 2012 04:35:32
12. Replacing your golf club grip
Whether you are just getting tired of your old grip or you want to install a new shaft, you will need to install a grip on your club. Grips deteriorate over time and go out of style, or you might want to try a larger grip. Grip Installation is one of the most common repairs done on golf clubs and...
hobbies-games-toys - Tue, 24 Apr 2012 04:00:20

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