How to Boost the Performance of Your Vehicle

Posted on: 2 August 2017

If your car or truck seems a bit sluggish and slow, you don't need to replace the entire engine to get more performance from it. Even the heaviest of trucks or the most lightweight car with no power can be upgraded and enhanced to perform better, so you have better pickup, can achieve faster speeds, or can tow heavier weights without as much drag and resistance. Note a few tips on how to boost performance of your vehicle and then you can decide which will offer the enhancements you want for your car or truck.
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A Guide On How To Find Cheap Body Parts For Your Trucks

Posted on: 17 January 2017

Are you researching the market for Toyota truck body parts for your fleet? If so, one of the things that you may be thinking about is how to get cheap but high-quality and durable parts. The automotive industry is flooded with various truck body parts from different manufacturers and making a choice can be daunting. If you need the parts for immediate use, it is easy to make a quick and uninformed decision that you may regret later.
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A Few Telltale Signs That Your Car Needs New Shocks

Posted on: 29 December 2016

The shocks or shock absorbers on your car may be more important than you realize; high-quality shocks may cushion your ride, but they also cushion the car and protect its parts from being jostled and jolted when on the road. Without good shock absorbers under your car, the axles and struts will absorb more shock with every bump, and they may be more likely to break. While it may sometimes be obvious that your car needs new shock absorbers, such as when your head is practically hitting the ceiling of the car every time you drive over a bump, note some other telltale signs that mean your car needs new shocks.
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Important Maintenance Tips for Vehicles with Diesel Engines

Posted on: 27 December 2016

As compared to petrol engine vehicles, diesel engine vehicles are generally considered to be more fuel efficient, more powerful and have a lower maintenance requirement. To continue enjoying reliable service from diesel-powered vehicles, however, proper maintenance is key. Here are a number of essential maintenance tips for diesel engine vehicles. Oil and filter changes: Diesel contains sulphur. The oil filter system on a diesel engine performs the important function of trapping the sulphur residue formed when fuel does not combust completely.
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