3 Ways To Get Rid Of An Old, Non-Working Vehicle Motor

If your car recently had an engine problem, you might have replaced the motor. Now that your car is up and running, you could be wondering what you should do with the old motor that you removed. Fortunately, there are a few different things that you can do with it. These are three potential ways that you can get rid of an old vehicle motor. 1. Sell it to a Used Parts Dealer

Tips For Finding Affordable Tractor Parts

If you are in need of some parts for your tractor and you have a limited amount of money to work with, you may need to shop with caution. In order to ensure that you are not going to blow your budget, you will need to think outside of the box by considering the following tips. While just going to the local large chain store that sells everything you need for tractors, you will want to use the following tips.

How To Inspect The Health Of Your Brake Rotors

Brake pad replacement is a simple enough task that many car owners elect to perform it on their own. Yet unless you take that opportunity to inspect your brake rotors, you may wind up with problems long before you should. If you would like to improve your home mechanic skills, read on. This article will teach you all about how to perform a brake rotor inspection. The Indirect Method Fortunately, there is plenty of valuable information to be gleaned about your brake rotors even with the brakes still on.

Choosing A Suspension Lift Kit For Your Four-Wheel Drive

If you are looking to give your 4-wheel drive a little attitude, maybe adding a suspension lift to the vehicle will get you the look and performance you seek. Selecting the right parts to get the four-wheel drive sitting the way you want it can be a little confusing. There are so many options on the market that it can be hard to tell who has good parts and who is just trying to sell you something.

Sticker Shock for Repairs After a Deer Collision? Consider Used Auto Parts

If you've recently collided with a deer, you likely had sticker shock after speaking with your insurance claims adjuster. According to State Farm, crashes with deer cost more than $4,100 on average. Of course, that's only paid for by the insurance company if your insurance covers it and after you've met your deductible. If your insurance doesn't cover collisions with wildlife or your deductible is too high, you may need to take matters into your own hands and make the repairs yourself.