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The Development of the Original Stiction Eliminator
September 28, 2021

When there’s a problem with something, the natural reaction is to find a way to fix it. However, when you are one of the largest engine manufacturers in the world and you come across a problem with a motor that has already penetrated the industry, you better act fast in discovering a solution, or there

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August 27, 2021

Seeing your fuel mileage tumble, noticing a harder start up, and possibly even a rough idle are signs you need to visit the fuel injector cleaner aisle at your local auto parts store. Once you stroll down that aisle you instantly have a sensory overload with flashy colors, familiar and unfamiliar names, “guarantees”, and benefit

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Spring Lawn & Garden Equipment Maintenance 101
April 16, 2021

Spring out of hibernation! Get ready for the smell of freshly cut grass, your lawn equipment is begging to hit the turf. Whoa, but not too fast. Make sure your equipment ready by performing pre-season maintenance. Tip #1: Fresh Fuel Did you know that gasoline can go bad in less than 30 days! Crazy. As

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HOTTEST PRODUCTS OF 2020
January 31, 2021

As we turn the calendar on the first month of 2021 it is a good time to look back on 2020. It was certainly a year that no one could have predicted the challenges. For us, as a company it was challenging, but we came out of it even stronger. During the toughest of times,

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Tips to Avoid Winter Fuel Economy Slumps
January 16, 2021

Winter and cold weather can really bring you down. Not only does it get dark earlier and become too cold out to do much, but your vehicle’s fuel economy just gets worse and worse. There are a lot of reasons why your fuel economy suffers in the winter, by some estimates fuel economy goes down

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10 Items to Complete Before Storing Your Camper
October 3, 2020

As the temperature starts to dip lower it is time to start prepping for the upcoming winter season. If you own a camper of any type – Motorhome, travel trailer or pop up – it means more than just prepping the plumbing system from old man winter. With the proper care and attention, your home

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Should I Be Using Additives on my New Vehicle
September 26, 2020

For most of us 2020 hasn’t been a spectacular year. Perhaps you were fortunate enough to be able to buy a new vehicle. Now that you’ve dropped down some major cash on your new ride, you might be thinking to yourself, how do I protect my investment? The first step is basic vehicle maintenance such

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063020_FuelEfficiency
June 30, 2020

Owning a car is no longer an honor for the elite in society, but rather a necessity for modern living. Families can enjoy a comfortable drive during the weekend without experiencing the inconvenience of using public transport. Gas prices are trending lower than they have for several years, however, consumers can never save too much.

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handing car keys
June 5, 2020

Any large asset purchase comes with inherent road blocks, but buying a house or car is particularly daunting. If you’re buying a used model, you can’t always be sure how the previous owners took care of it. So if you’re buying a used car, what do you do? You can normally get a pretty good

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