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Did you know FWD, RWD and AWD tire rotation is different?
Understanding Proper Tire Rotation Can Save You Serious Money Understanding proper tire rotation can go a long way toward extending the life of the rubber wrapped around your wheels.
Who has a cleaner vehicle, you or your spouse?
How to Spring-Clean Your Car The sun is shining and it's time to spring-clean your car. Remove winter's grime with a good cleaning to maintain the paint's longevity and appearance.
What's your pet peeve - 1, 2, or 3?
1: A window is down and it's making the helicopter sound.
2: The windshield wiper setting is WAY too high.
3: The turn signal is on... with no turn in sight.
Yeah, we know.
Could your impact wrench use a little more power? Check out Carlyle Tool's Turbo Socket Set that'll give you 40% more BOLT BUSTIN' TORQUE!
Get MORE TORQUE with the Carlyle 6 Pc., 1/2", Turbo Socket Set - CPSS12107 Who doesn't want more torque out of their impact gun?! The Carlyle Tools Turbo Socket Set offers you 40% more BOLT BUSTIN' TORQUE. It could be the extra oomp...
Coastal Auto Parts is proud to support Autos for Autism! Follow the link to the University of Maine Foundation & donate before the end of April👇
This 3.5 Ton Floor Jack has the long life and lifting power you're looking for.
Anyone know where I can get a jet engine?
You're ready for the mowing season, but is your lawn mower?
Your Lawn Mower Won't Start. What Now? It's frustrating, but when a lawn mower won't start, it's most likely a simple maintenance issue you can repair yourself. Here's how.
Where are my two clickers at?
Coastal Auto Parts is proud to support Autos for Autism! Visit their website to donate: our.umaine.edu/autism
This hydraulic transmission jack features a foot pump for fast, easy lifting and utilizes a release k**b for controlled lowering.
These scan tools are getting a little personal.
"Sorry for hitting your car. Looks like there's a dent." (April Fools 🤪) Tag a friend who would freak.
I thought you meant the other thing.
Raise your hand if you're growing a garden this year. 🖐️
How to Rototill a Garden For A Successful Growing Season Aerating your garden can help plants thrive all season long. Here's how to rototill a garden as well as a few precautions you should take.
What other car cleaning tips do you know?
Top 10 Car Cleaning Mistakes Car Cleaning Tips. Here are my Top 10 mistakes I see people make while cleaning their car. As you watch this you will realize one of the main things you want...
Two words: "Car ride?"
No better way to celebrate National Puppy Day. Comment with a photo of your buddy!
The M12 FUEL Cordless Brushless 3/8 in. Stubby Impact Wrench is the industries most compact impact wrench on the market place. Measuring only 4.8 in. L, this tool fits in tighter spaces, making users more productive. Increased torque delivers an industry leading 250 ft./lbs. of breakaway torque, removing even the most stubborn bolts and fasteners.
Who wore it best? 🍀
The Carlyle Tool's Interior Car Creeper is the best way to work comfortably under the dash in a vehicle without hurting your back! Height adjusts from 15-25 inches and the back pad comes off to double as a knee pad when you need to work while kneeling. Part # CHT 8151337
So we meet again.
Riding season is almost here. Let's make sure you're getting the most out of your motorcycle. Post a pic of your 2-wheeled ride in the comments!
How to use Sea Foam in a Motorcycle When your ride starts hesitating, you'll need to know how to use Sea Foam in a motorcycle. Read on to learn about this process.
Have you every had to go to battle with a rounded fastener? They don't stand a chance against the Carlyle Tools Self-Adjusting Wrench!
Remove Rounded Nuts and Bolts with Ease! CHT SAQW105 - Self Adjusting Wrench The Carlyle Tools Self Adjusting Wrench is the perfect addition to any mobile tool bag or box because you're covered from 8-32mm or 5/16 -1 1/4 SAE, in one w...
This one's going to be different. I'm going to finish it.
Dead car battery? If you have a newer vehicle, this simple hack lets you shift to neutral.
Dead Car Battery? This Simple Hack Lets You Shift to Neutral Can't move your automatic with a dead car battery out of the garage to jump it? Check out this trick to manually shift it into neutral.
Have you heard of this trend? It's truly the greatest honor.
Jeep people, drop a photo of your duck-worthy vehicle in the comments below!👇
I feel like it's talking about me.
Has your car's heater ever suddenly started blowing cold?
Is Your Car Heater Blowing Cold Air? Here's What It Might Be With some poking around at the likely culprits, you or your mechanic can troubleshoot a car heater blowing cold air or no air at all.
What was the first car to feature seatbelts? Bonus points if you know the year.🤔
Raise your hand if you've never had your vehicle's transmission fluid serviced.
How Often Should You Get a Transmission Fluid Change? How often should you get a transmission fluid change? Although some manufacturers recommend every 30,000 miles, others say you can go longer.
Everything will be okay.
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To work underneath a vehicle safely you need to use jack stands that are the correct weight rating. Check out this 3 Ton Aluminum offering from Carlyle Tools!
Carlyle Tools 3 Ton Aluminum Jack Stands - NLE 791 6455 The Carlyle 3 Ton Aluminum Jack Stands are ideal for use around the shop and are also highly mobile and light weight. Weighing in at only 10 pounds, these ja...
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