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3 Things To Consider When Choosing A Paint Color For Your Car

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Whether you are fixing up a car that needs body work or you would just like to change up the appearance of your vehicle, you might be thinking about having it painted. If so, you could be unsure of which color to go with. These are a few things that you should consider when choosing a paint color for your car. 1. Will It Be More Costly? First of all, you should consider the cost differences between various types of paint.…

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How Clean, Inspect And Lubricate The Fifth Wheel

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There is probably no better time to clean, inspect and lubricate the fifth wheel coupling on your truck than right after winter ends. The fifth wheel is subject to lots of abuse from not only hooking and unhooking trailers, but it can be beat up by the winter, too. Cold temperatures, ice and various road contaminants can find their way into the fifth wheel’s mechanisms and cause mischief with moving parts.…

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5 Common Reasons For Spongy Brake Pedal Feel

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One of the most common brake-related complaints people have involves spongy pedal feel. Under normal circumstances, the brake pedal should always have a firm, solid feel to it. The further you press down on the pedal, the harder the pedal becomes. If the pedal feels soft and spongy or if it sinks all the way to the floor, there may be a malfunction somewhere that could potentially make your vehicle unsafe to drive.…

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How To Select The Right Truck For Your Food Truck Business

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There’s no doubt about it: the food truck industry is booming, and it looks as though it will continue to be a great business opportunity to jump into for the foreseeable future. It’s a great alternative to a traditional restaurant as you have mobility and can find new customers anywhere and everywhere. So if you’re thinking of getting in on this exciting trend, you want to be sure you do it right so your business will not only thrive but last.…

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