Lug Nut Removal Tip

              Lug Nut Removal Tip. Conscientious detailers worry about scratching or chipping chrome off nice lug nuts when removing the wheels. To protect their finish, place a piece of plastic over them before using the lug wrench. A heavy-weight freezer bag will work nicely. Be sure the wrench is […]

Ashtray Re-finishing Tip

In the instance when purchasing a new ashtray for your classic is just not feasible (not available, price too high, etc.), why not restore your current one? Sure, it may look really ugly, but that can be fixed pretty easily. Let’s face it, filthy ashtrays not only look bad, they smell bad too. First, clean […]

Carpet Flattening Tip

After purchasing a new carpet kit, remove the pieces from the box and lay them out flat. This will help take the folds and creases of packaging out of the rug before it goes into the car. If the weather permits, lay the carpet outside in the direct sun with the plastic backing facing up- […]

Weatherstripping Tip

If you happen to break or lose a plastic retainer during installation, try using 3M weatherstrip adhesive in its place. The glue is super tacky and forms a lasting, watertight seal.

Ram Air Modification For Your Gen 4 Camaro

Tools you will need: Saw or Dremel Tool 200 plus grit sandpaper 10 mm socket ratchet 3″ extension Expect approximately 20-40 minute install time Purpose:  This modification will remove most of the bottom plastic on the bottom of the air box. This will decrease the air temperature significantly giving your car some extra horsepower and better […]

Fuel Door Mod for 4th Gen Camaro

First off, you will need a fuel door off a 2000-2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse. Even though the door looks like it’s made of billet, it’s aluminum. It fits flush against the body of the car – it pops right in.
You’ll need some washers that are 1/4” – 3/8” OD, and make sure they fit the bolts […]

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