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Get yourself some Spearmint or Peppermint extract and mix it in a spray bottle of water. (Spearmint is found in the candle dept. Walmart and the like) Spray it around the garage, house, windows and doors where they come in from outside.
I used to get cobwebs under my car while it's in the...
Yes, for ten bucks it's worth a try. Definitely it's case hardened. It didn't even show a scratch on it after I used it.
The other forks I don't know where they're made. They're soft for sure. I've had them for a long time and never had a problem using them. I'll try using a hammer on the side...
While we're on the subject of tools, @FU64RY gave me one of these. Made by RapidAir they're great even if you don't have trouble with your hands. There's other brands out there but their reviews aren't as good as this one.
I've never had trouble removing a ball joint.
I was trying to remove one lately and I tried everything. I had to use the longest strong arm I had just to remove the nut. Then I went through two pickle forks, beating the heck out of them. Tried heat and more beating. I had to straighten out the...
I have and it held up fine. Does your intake have a exhaust cross over? That would be a real hot spot for any paint. Many don't go to the extent to use an etching primer and the paint holds up fine as long as it's really clean. I use it because it's aluminum.
The etching primer is only applied...
I'd stick with the Ryobi if you already have the batteries. They have a saw for $45 and one for $249. You get what you pay for.
I started buying them when they came out with the One+ and got a couple of the big batteries. I really like the line up for the hand tools and the yard tools.
You're right but like everything else, for the money spent, you might as well buy new and throw it away when it's done. Rebuilding a used one can be hit or miss when finding the right kit and when you do it might last it might not.
I opted out for the Pittsburgh 3 ton. No complaints except for the small pad. Just remember it's Harbor Freight.
Still had problems getting it under some of these low slung front wheel drive cars with the frame way back under there. Made a set of these from a few 2x8's. They really help.
Who remembers back in the late 70's when the manufacturers started using torque head screws in the headlights?
Customer comes in needing a new headlight. Napa down the street has a new one, go to change it and there's this goofy looking screw head holding it in there. Had to track down a torque...