4 Benefits Of Choosing Powder Coating Over Liquid Paint

31 August 2016
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In order to get the most out of your vehicle, you can paint it a different color without actually using wet paint. Powder coating is a great way to go, because it goes on dry and provides you with a number of advantages that you won't get by receiving a standard, traditional paint job. Consider these four benefits below to learn why powder coating can be a great way to go. Read More 

How To Repair Fiberglass Dings

18 May 2016
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Fiberglass is very common on certain parts of a car body. Most likely, your car will have a fiberglass bumper, but it is common along the running board and certain parts of the undercarriage. One reason that fiberglass is used on these areas of the car is that they are likely to get dinged and repairing fiberglass is simple. In fact, you can buy a simple fiberglass repair kit that includes almost everything you need to repair fiberglass dings on your car. Read More 

How To Patch A Fiberglass Bumper

4 May 2016
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Dings in your car bumper are obviously very annoying and unsightly. However, if they are left alone for too long, they can actually form into a legitimate structural issue. If water gets inside your bumper and starts to deteriorate the fiberglass, your car will not have the vital protection that it needs for bumper collisions. This is why it is so important to catch and repair even the smallest dings and dents as soon as you notice them. Read More 

Three Ways To Find The Right Garage For Your Auto Repair

29 February 2016
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After your vehicle has suffered damage of any kind, it's time to put some effort into finding the right repair shop to handle the job. If you have a number of auto repair shops in your community, you shouldn't simply give your business to the one that's closest to your home. It's beneficial to visit a few of these shops – even if you have to get someone else to drive you – to check out the facilities, talk to a shop representative and, in general, get a feel for how each shop might suit your interests. Read More 

How To Replace A Worn-Out Hydraulic Cylinder On A Car Lift

13 February 2016
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One way to tell if an hydraulic cylinder is going bad on your car lift is to look for oil coming out of the top of it when you raise the car lift up and down. The appearance of oil means that the seal on the cylinder is now leaking and you need to fix and/or replace it before you have a catastrophic failure of the cylinder. Here is how to replace the cylinder on a car lift. Read More