Bras, For Your Car

Posted December 22nd @ 22 December, 2014

Whoever coined the term, car bra, must have done so to attract a lot of attention. Apparently, they have succeeded. Cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans are all sporting bras and they are a very attractive site. Let's take a closer look at car bras and what they are all about. Not all car bras are called car bras. Other names you will hear are hood protectors or car masks. Personally, they look like masks more than anything to me in that they cover the front end [or face] of the car, leaving headlights ...
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How to Recondition Heavy Equipment

Posted December 19th @ 19 December, 2014

Step 1 - Disassembly - trucks should be disassembled for full reconditioning. All extra boxes should be cut off. At this point, the truck should look like a flatbed truck. Step 2 – Degrease and Power wash – the truck should be soaked in a degreaser and allowed to set and loosed dirt, grease and other debris. It should then be easy to power wash the unit. Step 3 – Sand the truck down to its factory primer. Now is the time to pull out dents and other imperfections. Any rust should be gotten ...
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Used Car Dealers - Tricks And Deceptions

Posted December 18th @ 18 December, 2014

Even though many people can afford a new car, they choose to buy a used vehicle for a variety of reasons. Some people buy used vehicles of about a year or two old; they are still in like new condition but the major portion of the depreciation has already occurred. When it's time to buy that car, they tend to shop at used car dealers. This type of dealership has really managed to gain a tough reputation over the years. Even movies and television shows make fun of used car salespeople and ...
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Downsizing Your Car

Posted December 17th @ 17 December, 2014

More than this, it seems as if people are becoming smarter about their choice in vehicle, opting for cars, trucks and SUVs that are of the hybrid persuasion. However, choosing a hybrid vehicle doesn't always translate into more money in your bank account at the end of the day. Rather, it seems as if the key component to reducing your spending (at least where vehicles are concerned) is to simply trade in the bigger item for the smaller item.   The first car that came into my possession was a ...
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Can you opt for Cummins engine for your vehicle?

Posted December 16th @ 16 December, 2014

You might be certainly feeling the need of some good heavy vehicles like trucks if you are working in an industry like construction or then some something else which has a lot of usage of trucks and other kind of heavy vehicles. There are a lot of reasons why you may require these heavy vehicles some of which is that you would want to transfer some heavy material from one place to another. For this it becomes very important that the vehicle you have has good and high power engine because it is ...
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Why is Cummins engine so very useful for you?

Posted December 15th @ 15 December, 2014

You might be certainly feeling the need of some good heavy vehicles like trucks if you are working in an industry like construction or then some something else which has a lot of usage of trucks and other kind of heavy vehicles. There are a lot of reasons why you may require these heavy vehicles some of which is that you would want to transfer some heavy material from one place to another. For this it becomes very important that the vehicle you have has good and high power engine because it is ...
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"My Car Was Stolen" Misery - 10 Prevention Tips

Posted December 14th @ 14 December, 2014

Car theft folks have been so diversified with their sets of car theft skills that they could virtually penetrate into any car makes without much glitch. They have been enjoying virtually good income from stealing cars. As much as you would hate it, here are tips on how to prevent car theft so you can put a smack on their faces for good and relieve you from the car theft misery Do you know that 3 out of 4 people in the United States do not have car theft protection systems or any car anti theft ...
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Cheap Mover in Washington DC

Posted December 13th @ 13 December, 2014

When it rains, it really pours… a saying which has turned into my daily mantra since nature had been favoring my family for the last five months. We’ve been receiving so many unexpected rewards. First was my husband’s promotion not to mention salary increase. Second, my husband got an offer to oversee the new branch of the company that he works for, as it opened the fifth in Maryland. Third but definitely not least is finding in Rate this Article:
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Replacing Worn Out Shocks and Struts

Posted December 11th @ 11 December, 2014

One of the most dangerous things you can do as a driver is to neglect your vehicle's suspension system. When it is time for you to swap out your shocks or struts don't wait or you could cause significant safety problems for you, your passengers, as well as for pedestrians and other drivers and their passengers. Taking your car to a shock replacement store is always one way to solve the problem, but if you want to save yourself some money as well as take pride in a job you finished ...
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Performance Chips And Programmers

Posted December 10th @ 10 December, 2014

In these days of hyped up gasoline prices any aftermarket improvements to your car's performance are certain to negatively impact's your car's fuel economy right? In a word: wrong. Depending on the aftermarket improvements made to your vehicle, your car should run more efficiently and save you fuel, not consume up additional resources. This is all the more true with a performance chip or power programmer installed in your vehicle. Please read on to learn how a chip or programmer can enhance ...
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