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How to Change a Flat Tire How to Change a Flat Tire
Picture this: You’re in a sporty little car that has just suffered a flat tire. You’ve pulled safely out of traffic, turned on your flashers and found the pieces of your jack system. You weren’t too good at Rubik’s Cube, and the collection of metal you’ve just retrieved...
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Goodyear Eagle MS EMT Goodyear Eagle MS EMT
Sports car enjoyment was once a seasonal affair. Every fall, owners faced the prospect of tucking away their pride and joy for a long winter’s nap while the wind blew cold and the roads were slippery. Adding the fourth season necessitated a long list of improvements—tighter sealing convertible...
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Balance Tires Balance Tires
Tire vibration can be extremely annoying. Tire dealers and car dealers wage a constant battle to provide the customer with a smooth ride. Balancing equipment technology has come a long way and tire technicians are better trained, but for some reason replacement tires never seem to have that same new-car...
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Aluminum Wheel Repair Aluminum Wheel Repair
The typical American use-it-up-then-toss-it-out mentality makes us overlook a lot of things that can indeed be repaired rather than replaced. In fact, most people probably don’t know that aluminum wheels fall into the repairable category. Whether you want your wheel(s) rebuilt because a new one...
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6 Simple Tire Tips 6 Simple Tire Tips
Here’s a true story that highlights an important aspect of car care: A pickup is tooling down a two-lane highway. The driver notices something’s not quite right when the truck hits 55 mph. There’s a vibration, a resistance, some weird thing that’s definitely amiss. And, surprise,...
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4×4 Hub Swap 4×4 Hub Swap
A few of the great reasons to own a 4×4 truck, SUV or Jeep-type vehicle are practicality, a sense of self-sufficiency and the confidence to explore remote roads or venture outdoors in inclement weather…
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Nitrogen for Tires Nitrogen for Tires
Today, you’ll notice green nitrogen “filling stations” at tire shops across the continent. Typically, filling a tire with nitrogen costs in the range of $10 per tire (although a few shops include it for free when they sell you a new set of tires). Using compressed nitrogen instead of compressed...
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