Rotary Lift Installation

By Gary Peters CRITERIA FOR SELECTION AND DESCRIPTION As many of you know I installed a vehicle lift in my pole barn. After much research I settled on one made by Rotary, 9000# capacity, in-ground, fully enclosed and high pressure rather than air over oil for EPA reasons and ease of installation. Of all the […] More »

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F100: On Board Air Compressor

By Steve Delanty Anyone who owns a shop air compressor knows what a convenience it is.¬† Filling tires, running air tools, cleaning and drying parts, etc, a compressor is almost a must for any serious gearhead ! But whadda Ya do when You want compressed air out on the road? ¬†Well, You just plug Your […] More »

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Project Responder, the Ultimate Volunteer Firefighter’s Response Vehicle

Project Responder, the Ultimate Volunteer Firefighter’s Response Vehicle. By Michael Netherton After 250,000 miles, you would think a truck would be ready for retirement. That’s not the case for one truck. Michael Netherton, has taken a different approach to vehicle aging. Starting with an ’87 Ford F-250HD 4×4 Supercab truck, Michael’s organization, Project Responder, is […] More »

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Build Your Own Grit Blasting Cabinet

By George Hartman A Little Background Like many people, when I first began my restoration project (my 1956 Ford F250) I discovered that a grit blast cabinet, also called a sand blast cabinet, is a great tool to have around. It cleans many parts faster and better than any other method. If you do a […] More »

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