Need A Used Engine? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

For many car owners, engine failure is one of the most expensive failures to deal with. A brand-new engine can cost thousands of dollars ,and even a remanufactured engine could cost anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of the cost of a new vehicle. With that in mind, looking for a used engine sounds like a better deal. However, it pays to be careful when looking for a used engine. The following offers several helpful tips that can aid you in finding the best used engine available while avoiding common and potentially expensive pitfalls. Read More 

Looking To Live Tiny? How To Convert A Commercial Truck Into A House On Wheels

Are you interested in joining the tiny house movement? It is an excellent way to live mortgage-free, reduce your carbon footprint on the planet, and live more simply so you know what is really important. While there are many different ways to build a tiny house, and lots of different materials you can use, you may want to consider building a mobile tiny house. People who love to travel and who have jobs that allow them freedom of location do this. Read More 

What To Look For When Buying A Used Motorcycle Trailer

It might be tempting when checking out a trailer to kick a tire, check for scratches and call it good if the price is right, but you could be doing yourself a major disservice if you take that approach. There is a lot more to look for on these trailers than how pretty they are. Here you'll learn how to make sure you're not getting the short end of the used motorcycle trailer stick. Read More 

6 Creative Ways To Reuse Worn Out Car Tires Around The Family Farm

With human kids in the house and goat kids in the barn, you likely spend plenty of time jetting around in the family car. Despite not being as big as tractor tires, worn out old automobile tires are still quite valuable around the small farm. Reduce the trash you send to the landfill by trying at least one of these six projects the next time your car needs a new set. Read More 

How To Prepare For Hauling Extra Long Loads In A Pickup Truck

If you find yourself in a situation where a standard length truck bed isn't enough and are forced to load more on your truck than an ordinary amount, you will want to be prepare both yourself and your truck for these tough loads. Below are some specifics to keep in mind: Use the proper bed extension device The truck accessories aftermarket offers owners a variety of devices that effectively extend the length of truck beds. Read More