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    If you work on classic cars long enough, sooner or later you’ll need to remove rusted exhaust studs. Mark Simpson explains the process to safely remove them using a stud extractor tool and quality penetrating fluids. He also explains the process to properly use heat to release rusted studs.

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  • CCRC 014803f_SS390U_c LED Taillight Challenge FREE
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    Car enthusiasts have argued the merits of white LED tail lights versus red LED tail lights bulb. Those that state the white LED bulbs are better in taillights insist they’re just brighter…period. While those that claim the red LED bulbs are better point out that the red taillight lens filters out much of the white

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  • CCRC 014796f_SS383U_c Understanding a Combination Valve FREE
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    Combination valves are common on most classic cars from the 1960s forward. This valve is often misrepresented as the proportioning valve, however the combination valve actually contains three distinctly different functions. Mark Simpson explains the different components within the combination valve and exactly how they function together.

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  • CCRC 014793f_SS380U_c Locating a Vacuum Leak FREE
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    Some engine idle and performance issues can be directly related to vacuum leaks. Loose hoses, missing vacuum caps, cracked hoses, failed intake and carburetor gaskets can all be the source of potential problems. Mark Simpson demonstrates some sure-fire ways to assist you in locating a car vacuum leak in your system.

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  • CCRC 013903f_SS368U_c Unclogging Sandpaper
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    When working with body fillers the resins tend to migrate to the surface as the body filler cures. These resins can quickly clog a new sheet of sandpaper. Here is a quick tip for cleaning sandpaper and getting it unclogged. This will have you sanding again without the expense of a new sheet of sandpaper.

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  • CCRC 013898f_SS363U_c Make Your own Kick Panel
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    The kick panel can take a lot of abuse in classic cars as moisture, dirt and wear take their toll on them. These panels can become so ragged that it’s not uncommon to see them missing entirely. Mark Simpson shows you precisely how to make new patterns for the kick panel. Then explains the different

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    Here’s one of the great masking tape tips. Aluminum foil can be a great tool in the shop. Whether you’re touching up paint on the engine or covering electrical components prior to degreasing an engine, its ability to form tightly around even complex shapes will keep it in place until the job is done.

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    Threaded pulling and installation tools can prove to be real time savers and often the only way to get the job done. Using a high pressure grease on the threads of these tools guarantees their proper function and protects them against failure.

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  • CCRC 013063f_S3525u_c Masking Tapes FREE
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    Using the right tool for the job guarantees good results every time. The same is true for automotive masking tape, as there are different types for every task you need them for in restoring a classic car. Mark Simpson discusses the different types of masking tape and explains how to rejuvenate an old roll of

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