Exploring Engine Rebuild Parts and Practices

Exploring Engine Rebuild Parts and Practices

  • Finding The Right Part: The Benefits Of A Local Scrap Yard

    When you own an old car, the scrap yard can be a goldmine. There are two types of scrap yards, ones where you go find the part on your own, and those that you can call to find a part for you. If you are a car enthusiast, then you know how expensive it can be to get an old car running again. Before you go out and purchase brand new parts for an older vehicle, head to your local scrap yard to see what you can find.

  • 3 Tips for Negotiating the Price of Your Old, Rundown Car

    If you have a car that you feel is basically junk, that does not mean that you can't get any money out of it. If your car still has working parts, even if it is really old, it still has value. Here are three tips to help you negotiate the price of your junk car when selling it to a scrap or junk yard. Investigate the Price of Metals in Your Local Market

  • How To Avoid Damaging The Clear Coat On Your Rims When Cleaning Them

    Your rims aren't going to look their best if they aren't clean, but you could be worried about damaging them when you're washing them. Specifically, you have to worry about scratching or otherwise damaging the clear coat during cleaning, which can make otherwise beautiful rims look quite unsightly. Luckily, following these tips can help you avoid doing this type of damage while allowing you to get your rims nice and clean.

  • Regain Some Of Your Engine's Power With Aftermarket Exhaust Pipes

    If you're looking to increase your vehicle's performance power, aftermarket exhaust pipes can help. Factory manufactured exhausts pipes are designed to minimize, or muffle, much of the sound produced by the vehicle. Unfortunately, this process also reduces the rate at which gasses from the exhaust are able to flow out of the engine, creating a back pressure that ultimately minimizes a portion of the engine's power. Getting Your Engine's Power Back

About Me

Exploring Engine Rebuild Parts and Practices

Hi everyone, my name is Lee Flounce. I am crazy about rebuilding engines in my spare time. The process of breaking down a combustion engine to find the damaged parts waiting inside definitely intrigues me. I carefully remove each part and place it on a piece of cardboard for a close inspection. Once the engine is broken into its individual components, I take some of the parts to the machine shop and clean others at home. I order all of the seals, gaskets and internal components in need of replacement and wait for my parts to return from the machine shop. Once I have everything I need, I rebuild the engine using the torque specs for all of the nuts and bolts. I would like to explore all of the parts and practices employed in this process through my website, as it differs slightly from engine to engine.

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