Feel The Glow: Diagnosing And Repairing Faulty Glow Plugs In Your Diesel

10 July 2017
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Diesel powered vehicles have long been prized for their rugged reliability and excellent fuel economy, but the unique properties of diesel fuel mean that a diesel engine must be fitted with a few unique components to function properly. Your diesel's glow plugs are some of these unique components, and replace the spark plugs found in petrol engines. These glow plugs preheat your engine's cylinders to allow the diesel fuel to ignite more easily, and are essential for smooth, reliable starting of your diesel's engine. Read More 

Don’t Overlook These Important Factors When Modifying Your Car In Any Way

18 June 2017
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Most cars and trucks can have turbo power, heavy-duty shocks and struts, a heavier suspension system, a liner for a bed or cargo space, and other such features retrofitted after their purchase. This can mean a more powerful ride and better handling, and the ability to take your vehicle off-roading or to experience better acceleration when needed. If you're thinking of modifying your car in any way, note a few important factors you don't want to overlook, so your car always runs smoothly and you are sure of all the expenses you might face with these added features: Read More 

DIY Tips on How to Replace the Grill on Your Truck

13 March 2017
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A grill is a cage-like device that guards the radiator and engine compartment while facilitating air flow in these components. Its position makes it prone to damage from impact, especially when off-roading. If the grill is broken, it can let dirt and debris into the engine and radiator, and this will affect the performance of these components. Luckily, replacing a damaged grill is a relatively easy DIY project that any truck owner can undertake with just a socket set or spanners. Read More 

Vehicle Suspension: Three Lift Options for Your Off-Road Truck

27 February 2017
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If you are thinking about enhancing your truck, you should consider installing a lift system for your vehicle's suspension. In general, a lift kit is designed to modify the functionality of the suspension so that the handling and the ride quality of your truck will be improved. In addition, this modification will give your vehicle a higher profile, and you can fit larger wheels and tyres. Consequently, you will be able to boost the visual impact of our vehicle by giving it a tougher and more imposing appearance. Read More