4×4 Jeep Glossary For the Beginner
If you are a new Jeep owner in Fort Saskatchewan, then there are some very specific terms that you will begin to hear over and over as you operate your vehicle. While there are dozens of Jeep terms that you will become acquainted with as you being to use your Jeep more and more, here is a brief overview of the basics.3 Benefits to Buying Used Trucks
Buying a used truck not only maximizes your dollar, but also makes it possible to save money. Just about every car or truck dealership has used trucks in stock. When the used truck you’re looking for is not immediately in stock, many dealerships will have it shipped to you.
It is very difficult to say how much you would have to pay if you wanted to buy a classic car or old truck or how much you could get if you have one for sale. Prices may very from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars, depending on the condition of the vehicle and many other factors. In this article we discuss a few of the things that may determine the real value of a classic car or old truck.Truck Restorations – Part 4 – Look For a Restorer Or a Mechanic Who Knows What He Or She is Doing
If you are going to hire somebody to restore your old truck be prepared to ask a lot of questions. Make sure you know who you’re dealing with before you agree to spend your money on the restoration project. In this article we discuss some of the sour experiences we’ve had with the restoration of our 1954 Chevy truck.Truck Restorations – Part 3 – Lessons I Learned the Hard Way
The restoration of an old truck may be fun but may also become a nightmare if you don’t know what you’re doing. Read this article to avoid making the many mistakes I made during the restoration of my truck.Truck Restorations – Part 2 – Should You Do Yours Yourself Or Hire a Professional?
How should you go about restoring your truck? Is it better to do it yourself or hire a professional restorer? In the article we will discuss your various options to help you with your decision.Air Brakes – What is Stopping a Truck
Air brakes are responsible for stopping the 18-wheelers on the road. They are also responsible for stopping busses, other trucks, and trailers. Originally developed by George Westinghouse for trains, a safer version was patented by George Westinghouse in 1872.A Roll-On Truck Bed Liner – 3 Ways Better
A roll on truck bed liner may just be the cheap answer to improving the looks of your older truck. Expensive bed liners are nice, but what if you could get almost the same look for just a fraction of the cost?