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  • 11:06

    Replacing Upper & Lower Ball Joints

    In the early days of the automobile most cars’ front wheels turned on king pins attached to a solid axle. But as the roads and technology improved the KingPin was replaced by the Ball Joint in the 1950s. Ball joints served to simplify the front suspension system and offered better steering performance, they are also…

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  • 7:12

    Removing/Installing Torsion Bars

    Although Chrysler Corporation was the first to roll out torsion bar suspension across its model lines in 1957, the idea of using torsion bars for steering/suspension systems started early in automotive history. Prior to Chrysler’s introduction into torsion bars other manufacturers that had previously used it either in prototype or production cars included: Citroen, Volkswagen,…

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  • 6:33

    Front Suspension – Tie Rod End Replacement

    No one enjoys driving a classic car with loose steering, clunking noises, vibration or pulls to one side. Often these problems can be associated with the wear or failure of the “tie rod ends.” The tie rod end is a critical component in your classic car’s steering, and functions to turn your wheels when steering.…

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    Selecting the Right Air Hoses & Fittings

    In the easy days of automobile painting, cars were painted by brush then hand rubbed into a smooth finish. But as assembly lines began, the need to paint cars quickly and efficiently became a driving factor to the introduction of spray painting. Cars are still spray painted today although in most cases the assembly line…

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    Painting Prep – Cleaning the Surface

    A frequently asked question for our technical staff is, “I want to repaint my car, what’s the first step I should take?” Our reply is simple: “Clean It.” Perhaps that’s an oversimplification, but nonetheless an important first step to achieving a high-quality paint job. If you begin sanding or grinding on your car’s finish before…

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  • 12:12

    Paint Spray Gun Cleaning & Storage

    As hard as it is to believe nowadays, there was a time when all cars were painted by brush with several coats of Japanese and Nitrocellulose Lacquer. Spray painting cars began in the 1930’s and over the years has become the standard for applying the cars finish. Professionals and hobbyists alike have perfected this process,…

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  • 11:06

    Replacing Upper & Lower Ball Joints

    In the early days of the automobile most cars’ front wheels turned on king pins attached to a solid axle. But as the roads and technology improved the KingPin was replaced by the Ball Joint in the 1950s. Ball joints served to simplify the front suspension system and offered better steering performance, they are also…

    Watch Now >>
  • 7:12

    Removing/Installing Torsion Bars

    Although Chrysler Corporation was the first to roll out torsion bar suspension across its model lines in 1957, the idea of using torsion bars for steering/suspension systems started early in automotive history. Prior to Chrysler’s introduction into torsion bars other manufacturers that had previously used it either in prototype or production cars included: Citroen, Volkswagen,…

    Watch Now >>
  • 6:33

    Front Suspension – Tie Rod End Replacement

    No one enjoys driving a classic car with loose steering, clunking noises, vibration or pulls to one side. Often these problems can be associated with the wear or failure of the “tie rod ends.” The tie rod end is a critical component in your classic car’s steering, and functions to turn your wheels when steering.…

    Watch Now >>