Completely Crunched Corners Of Your Car? How Collision Repair Will Correct That

When you get into a collision and it completely crunches a corner of your car, you may be wondering if there is any way to rescue that area of your vehicle or how it will be accomplished. After you have filed your auto insurance claim, you may be surprised by the work your auto body and paint shop can do with your car. Here is how most collision repair shops will correct the crunched corner(s) of your car and make it like new again. [Read More]

How A Technician Can Replace The Hydraulic Cylinder On Your Car Lift Ramp

Car lift ramps can quickly become unusable when a hydraulic cylinder goes bad. The hydraulic cylinders are needed to power the ramps up and down. If you can't lift the ramp up, then you can't get under a car to work on things like the muffler, steering system, and transmission systems. You need to call a technician to come and fix the hydraulic cylinder so you can get back to work. [Read More]

Three Ways That Powder Coating Your Car Is Superior To Traditional Paint

Most people are basically familiar with the term powder coating, knowing that it's a way to apply color to something. Powder coating uses a process where very fine particles of pigment are electrostatically attached to a a surface, and heat is used to complete the application. While many people think powder coating is similar to painting, it turns out that it couldn't be further from it. In fact, powder coating is better than paint in just about every way. [Read More]

Tips for Stocking Repair Tools for Your New RV

Buying your first RV can be an exciting investment, but protecting that investment requires certain preparation. Before you hit the road for the first time in your RV, make sure you have the necessary tools and equipment to keep up with any repairs or other issues that may need to be dealt with. Basic Tool Set Your basic tool box should contain a full set of both standard and metric sockets, because these work well for dealing with bolts and machine nuts on the RV. [Read More]