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Date Submitted Wed. Nov. 25th, 2015 7:09 AM
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Syntax Master autlmycar
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Just as your feet are sore after a long walk, the tires on your car take a beating every time you drive. This isn't a sign of bad driving --well, not usually -- but rather an inevitable fact of life. Tires get old and worn down. And because a tire failure while you're driving can be catastrophic, causing your car to go out of control or leaving you stranded in the middle of nowhere without any easy way to get home, you want to know when your tires are in bad shape so you can get new ones before something goes wrong. Of course, if you have a mechanic look at your car periodically, he or she will probably tell you if the tires need to be changed, but there are several things you can do yourself short of a visit to your local auto center to make sure your tires are in good shape.

1.Tread Depth
The tread on your tires should never fall below 1/16 of an inch (1.6 millimeters) in depth. If you regularly drive on slick, wet surfaces, you'd be even better off with twice that much. You can buy a gauge to measure the tread depth the way the professionals do, but there's an old trick that will give you a rough idea of how much tread depth you have left and it won't cost you more than a penny.
In fact, it requires a penny. Take a Lincoln-head penny, the kind you find in your change every day, and insert Abe's head (head-down) into the tread. If Lincoln's entire head remains visible, you don't have enough tread. Take your car into the mechanic and ask about getting a new set of tires.

2.The Tread Wear Indicator Bar
Newer tires have a convenience that older tires lacked. They have tread wear indicator bars built into the tires themselves. These bars, invisible or barely visible when the tires are new, gradually begin to appear as the tread wears down launch x431 v pro. They appear as flat rubber bars running perpendicular to the direction of the tread itself. If more than one or two of these are visible on a tire, the tread is getting low. This should be particularly obvious in the wet tracks that your tires leave after you drive through a puddle. Use the penny test described on the previous page to double check the depth, but if the bars are starting to appear on any or all of your tires launch creader crp129, it's once again time to check with your mechanic or local tire dealer to see about getting your current tires replaced

3.Cracks in the Sidewall
Not all problems with the tires are going to be in the tread. They can also appear in the sidewall. Fortunately, it's easy to do a visual check of sidewall problems. Look for tracks or cuts in the sidewall -- grooves that are distinct enough to be visible to the naked eye. This could be a sign that your tire is developing a leak (or worse, that it's nearly ready to blow out). This is definitely something you want to avoid. So if the cracks in the sidewall are starting to look serious, get that car to a repair shop at the next opportunity and start talking about getting them replaced. Better safe than sorry, as they say.

4.Bulges and Blisters on the Tire
Sometimes the outer surface of the tire begins to weaken. The result can be a bulge or blister that extends outward from the rest of the surface. This is similar to an aneurysm in one of your blood vessels and you know that if your doctor tells you that you have an aneurysm, you'd better get to the hospital as quickly as you can before you blow out an artery. It's the same with your tire. This weak spot can cause a sudden blow out, and if you don't put the car in the hospital (or service center, as the case may be) before this happens, it may end up putting you in the hospital when the tire blows out on the freeway. So keep your eye on those tire bulges and blisters.

5.Too Much Vibration
A certain amount of vibration is inevitable when driving, especially on poorly paved roads, but if you've been driving for a while, you probably know how much vibration feels right and how much means that something's going wrong. There can be any of a number of causes for the vibration -- maybe your tires are misaligned or unbalanced, or your shock absorbers are starting to go. But it could also indicate that there's some sort of internal problem in the tire itself. Even if the tire isn't the root cause of the vibration, the vibration could damage the tire and pretty soon you'll have a problem. So if your car has a bad case of the shimmy-shimmy shakes, especially if you notice this when you aren't driving on bad roads, take it to the mechanic right away to have it checked out. Too much vibration is almost always a sign that something is wrong.
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Date Submitted Wed. Nov. 25th, 2015 3:00 AM
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Syntax Master autosuma
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As more countries continue releasing more carbon into the atmosphere, there comes an increased risk of environmental degradation due to global warming. This is exactly why going green is not a bad idea. By using the HoJo magnetic motor, users are able to create their own electricity right in their homes.

In essence, this means free electricity to consumers. The use of this device liberates them from making subscriptions to local power companies. This machine was created by Howard Johnson.

The technology used in the creation of the device is quite simple. It employs the use of a group of magnets arranged strategically around a rotor. Although it uses two groups of magnets, this device is quite similar to other magnetic motors. However, this should not dispel the fact that it has more advantages than other motors.

The device comprises stator magnets enclosed in a tube shaped case. Within the case is a rotating drum, also referred to as the rotor. Also attached to the rotor are a different category of magnets referred to as armature magnets. The production of electricity is as a result of an attached belt. In this case, the belt is attached to a generator which uses conventional electricity.

It is not possible to purchase one directly from a store. This is so because they are not directly available commercially. This means that it is not possible to get a physical machine. However, one can always get a HoJo motor guide. Designed by Howard Johnson, this is a simple and easy to understand guide which gives a detailed plan on setting up the machine. The guide provides relevant information needed in building magnet based motors and producing free electricity in homes. It also provides credible information as to where one should purchase motor parts.MaxiDiag Elite MD704

The good thing about the HoJo magnetic motor guide is that it is not reserved for the intellectually elite, but rather for all sorts of people. In essence, this implies that anyone can learn the process of making one. The guide comes in form of a portable document format file . In addition to this, it contains useful information needed in building a personal machine. The writing of the guide is simple and conversational. This allows readers to easily go through all the 206 pages without experiencing any difficulties.

Compared to other sources of electricity, the HoJo magnetic motor has a wide variety of advantages. For instance, while windmills require large areas of land and lots of investment, the device does not require a large space. Apart from this, it only requires minimal costs in its construction and maintenance and also ensures clean energy despite the weather condition.

In comparison to thermal energy, the HoJo magnetic motor always has an added advantage MaxiDiag Elite MD704. Thermal generators occupy large areas, are costly and their installation is done by professionals. It would therefore take years to see returns, if any at all. Geothermal systems therefore cannot compete in maintenance, cost, fuel consumption, space occupation and many more factors. This only serves to add a cap to the many accolades bagged by this machine.

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Date Submitted Fri. Nov. 20th, 2015 9:14 AM
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Date Submitted Fri. Nov. 20th, 2015 7:13 AM
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Syntax Master autlmycar
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Does your car need a new paint job, but you can't afford to pay the professionals? Don't feel alone many people face the exact same problem. However, there are steps you can take to paint your own vehicle and save some cash. Consider the following steps if you are considering taking this task on as a do-it-yourself project Creader VI.

First of all make sure you have a space available to paint your car. Using your home garage may not be the best option when it comes to space, ventilation, and costly repairs if you mess up. When painting your car you need to be free to move in an area that is well ventilated. You also need to make sure any residual paint is not a problem if it gets so walls or floors.

Second, make sure you have the proper tools. Many manufacturers today offer special spray can tips or guns you can use to paint your car like the professionals. You will also need lots of tape, plastic, and rags for clean up. In most cases you will want to paint each area of your car individually. This means you will want to cover and tape off the areas not being painted.

The third thing to consider is time. Even the professionals can't paint a whole car with spray paint in a day launch crp123. It will likely take days if not a week to paint your car. Make sure you can do without your car for this amount of time. You won't want to drive around with only a few panel painted. You could actually damage the finish if you drive the car before applying the final lacquer coat.

The final step is painting the car. You need to decide the exact steps you will take when completing the job. If you have no prior experience painting vehicles it might be best to purchases a step by step system. Make sure you fix any problem spots such as rust or dents before you begin painting and you may want to use a primer to insure the best results.

You can go for one or multiple coats, though thick single coat is not advisable. If you are thinking of having a second coat it should be allowed to dry overnight also be sure to thoroughly cover thing's you don't want the texture on or in.

If your surface has a lot of scratches and dents a less than perfectly smooth paint texture is actually desired otherwise if the paint is smooth and shiny- you'll see every scratch and dent in the surface, so in the cases of cars with lots of scratches, it is best to mist the paint slightly by putting on lighter coats that don't self-level so much. Don't spray the paint on too heavy, it will be smooth & runny which means you'll have drips on vertical surfaces.

If you done it correctly, the paint will "SELF-LEVEL"-- the surface will "run together" and will look wet and create a smooth surface, which will require no or little sanding if you are going for a glassy smooth surface look.

Once you have a plan in mind to paint the car and it is prepped for painting, you need to practice your technique. Practice on a piece of cardboard or metal until you have the proper movements down. Finally, you get to enjoy the fun of painting your car like the professionals. With a little forethought and preparation, you are sure to do just fine.

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Date Submitted Fri. Nov. 20th, 2015 3:24 AM
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Syntax Master autosuma
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Owning a classic car is a source of pride for its owner. It is a lot of fun to show off one's car to friends and strangers alike. Whether your classic or collector's car spends most of its time on the road, on display, or under cover in the garage, just knowing that it is nearby can be a great source of comfort.

Unless you are mega-rich, your classic car is probably one of your top prized possessions in terms of market value. You have no doubt spent considerable amounts of time and money researching the right car to buy and then, once you bought it autel ms609, taking the utmost care of it.

There is no doubt that insuring your classic car is the smartest way to protect your investment. It is important to know how to evaluate the various insurance companies out there so that you can choose one that offers the best policy for your needs. Not only should the policy you choose be just right for your coverage needs, but the insurer you go with should offer a top-notch customer service and claims department as well.

Buying car insurance for your classic automobile is not the same as buying for other types of cars. Here are 5 tips for evaluating class car insurance companies:

1. Find a company that specializes in insuring collector cars and classic cars:

While it is not absolutely necessary that you find an insurance company that solely deals in insuring classic and collector automobiles, it will definitely help if you can find one that at least has a specialty department in this area. They will know which questions to ask you so that they can connect you with just the right policy.

2. Make sure the company adequately values your car:

If you decide to apply for a policy with a given insurer, be sure to get a guarantee from them up front that they will cover your car for its full value in the event of a total loss. There is nothing like trying to file a claim on a total loss, only to find out that the company has undervalued your classic car and therefore not willing to pay you what it is worth.

3. Find out whether they have a dedicated parts specialist:

Some classic car insurance companies actually have on-site parts specialists who will help you track down rare and hard-to-find parts for your classic car. Why not insure with a company that offers such a useful service? Ask whether each company you are evaluating offers this type of service.

4. Decide what level of deductible you are comfortable with:

Before comparing quotes from different companies MaxiTPMS TS401 Scanner, be sure you are getting apples-to-apples car insurance quotes. To do this, decide what level of insurance deductible you would be comfortable with and go with that for each company you talk to.

5. Compare quotes from multiple companies:

Be sure to create a list of at least 3-5 classic car insurance companies before applying. Then, go out and apply to each and every one of them. Spending the extra hour or so to call or contact online multiple companies will help you land the very-best rate on your new policy.

Take these 5 tips to heart as you set about evaluating classic car insurance companies.

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