Archive for May, 2016


Have You Cleaned Your Machine Tools Lately? You Could Be Wasting Money

Lathe repair

Have you considered investing in a machine tool repair service lately? You could see yourself saving hundreds of dollars every year. Industrial machine parts are, quite literally, the cogs that keep our industries working in smooth cohesion all days of the week. As such, the cost of rebuilding tools is one that has risen to the forefront as an expensive concern for many a worker and business-owner alike. Machine tool repair is a fine art dating back many centuries and has become incredibly refined and applicable thanks to modern technology and resources. However, basic repair is more than just occasional cleaning — it’s a series of good habits and attentiveness that will mean the difference between an


5 Fun Ways to Use Hose Clamps

Hose clamp

The great thing about there being all these different hose clamp types is that they can be used for many different projects. They aren’t limited to hoses or pipes. In fact, stainless steel clamps and adjustable hose clamps are often used in ‘do it yourself’ projects around the house in decorating and securing. Here are some great projects to spruce up your house using different hose clamp types.

Various hose clamp types can be used for this project but your best bet would be to use a sinner adjustable clamp. If you have extra wood lying around or pallets this is a great project that costs a minimal amount. All you need is the wood and stain if you wish to sta


Some Cobras Hiss, Others Hum

Cobra kit car for sale

For most people, the first image that pops into their head when they hear “cobra” is an 18 foot long venomous snake with a wide, threatening neck. But Cobra also refers to a unique sports car that first hit the American and British markets in 1962. The Cobra, also known as the Shelby Cobra (derived from its designer, Carroll Shelby), was developed by AC Cars, a British automobile manufacturer founded in 1901. Today, car enthusiasts still replicate, repair, customize, and race AC Cobras and similar cars of that era.

What Makes the Cobra Appealing?

Part of the AC Cobra’s appeal is certainly its look. Its round yet sleek design makes it stand out among the more angular roadsters. One could even call the AC Cobra curvy. But beyond its visual appeal is its sound. Shelby Cobras are known for t


Are You Interested in an Over the Road Trucking Job?

Full service trucking company

The dynamics of the trucking industry are sometimes difficult to imagine:

  • Many trucks are 70 feet in length
  • they can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds
  • Commerical driver license training can cost as much as $3,500
  • The steering wheel is 20 inches in diameter
  • Trucks consume nearly 54 billion gallons of fuel a year for business purposes.
  • Most truck drivers travel nearly 125,000 miles a year. This number breaks down to approximately 2,500 miles a week, which is the same as 500 miles a day.

As the gasoline prices across America continue to stay low, it should come as no surprise that the trucking industry is reaping the benefits. Continue Reading | No Comments


Are Ford Vehicles Good to Buy Used?

For sale ford explorer

Our automobiles are a means to an end, to get us from point A to point B. But just like the horse-drawn carriages that precede them, we like our cars to make a statement when possible. Our vehicles are a reflection of our lives, our monetary means, and at times even our favorite color. Consider the ubiquitous mini-van driven by parents of school-aged children, or the sleek luxury sedan operated by business professionals. Even when the driver of the vehicle is never clearly seen, we make assumptions about the life of the person behind the wheel.

These automatic assumptions may cause some buyers to shy away from purchasing a used car. Excellent used vehicles are not hard to find. But if a c