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Benefits of Installing a Lift Kit on Your Truck

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A lift kit lifts your vehicle’s body by a couple of inches through the use of a spacer placed between the body and the frame. Many truck owners will tell you there’s no better feeling than riding in a lifted truck – riding above the majority of vehicles. Read on to learn about some of […]

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What Does My Vehicle’s Exhaust System Do and How Does it Work?

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Your vehicle’s exhaust system is comprised mainly of a series of pipes. Most people know that an exhaust system removes the harmful gases produced in your engine; however, exhaust systems do a lot more! Your vehicle’s exhaust system has four main functions: control noise, carry away gases, improve engine performance and improve fuel consumption. Read […]

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How Does My Vehicle’s Cooling System Work?

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A vehicle’s engine produces a lot of heat while running. In order to avoid damage, your engine must be cooled continuously. Enter your vehicle’s cooling system, whose job is to cool and maintain your engine’s temperature. There are two types of cooling systems, liquid and air. You don’t find too many air cooled vehicles anymore, […]

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What Does My Muffler Do?

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Many people are unaware of exactly what their muffler does until it breaks. A muffler’s main job is to control engine noise, so when they break down you’ll notice things get very loud (and neighbours get very unhappy)! However, today’s mufflers are also a way to increase the performance of your vehicle. Read on to […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Lift Kit and a Leveling Kit?

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Both lift and leveling kits are designed to raise your truck body. Some people just want the added height for looks, while some are looking for added functionality. While similar in some regards, there are some key differences to keep in mind before you purchase! Read on to learn how the two differ, and how […]

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Your Car’s Alternator: What It Does & When To Replace It

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One look under the hood of any vehicle and you may wonder just what does everything do in there? While the greasiest of greasemonkeys and the headiest of gearheads could have a hard time placing one or two parts, the average driver may only know a few general areas by sight. That’s because most of […]

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When Should I Replace My Vehicle’s Tires?

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Tires are a unique and vital part of every vehicle: they are the physical connection to the asphalt, dirt, snow and whatever else the road can throw at you. Still, many of us enter our vehicles every day without considering how much actually rests on our tires. Keep the safety of you and your passengers […]

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When Should I Change My Vehicle’s Battery?

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Modern vehicle batteries are so reliable and maintenance-free that you may forget it’s even there! Of course, that can change fast when your vehicle has electrical problems– or worse: fails to start in cold weather. Here on the Alberta Prairies, most of us know our way around booster cables thanks to the harsh winters. Still, […]

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The Right Tire Pressure: Maximum vs. Recommended

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It’s common knowledge for vehicle owners to keep an eye on their tires– slow leaks and flats are some of the most typical problems to experience on the road. While there is often an easy fix, not every driver knows the proper way to keep their tires inflated. Left unchecked these issues can lead to […]

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How to Keep Your Vehicle Battery Charged in Cold Weather

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When it comes to winter vehicle prep, your battery should be front and centre. While it may seem like a small part of your engine, it is actually responsible for getting the entire thing moving via the ignition system. A reliable charge and flow of electricity is all that is needed for a roaring start-up– […]

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