Winter’s coming! No secret for most Northerners and for us, it’s second nature to mothball a car by the end of October (or so) to the beginning of April.
What do ergonomics mean when it comes to a vintage vehicle? Can you make your car fit you?
Wayne Scraba gets into gear ratios in his newest series.
In a past issue, we dug into the basics of rebuilding a set of drum brakes. Why drums? Simple. A large percentage of vintage US-built cars and light trucks came standard with drum brakes on at least one axle – some with drum brakes on all four corners.
Drum brakes – remember them? A few decades ago, they were the norm rather than the exception. And even when disc brakes made their debut, 99% of those cars had drums on the rear axle.
Battery driven tools are the norm these days, but air driven tools are the overlooked saving grace of a home garage. Part 1 of Wayne Scraba’s new series looks at how to choose an air compressor to up your power tool game and make your tools more effective.
Check out twelve more tips for clutches and transmissions in Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s series.
Check out a dozen tech tips for clutches and transmissions in Part 1 of Wayne Scraba’s new series.
Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s series on instrument technology continues to examine the stepper motor options, using Speed Hut as an example.