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How to use Body Repair Patch Kit and What you need
by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
7/9/2020
A guide on repairing holes in just about anything metal including firewalls, floors and frames. See how to patch holes using our body repair patch panel kit.
How to Check and Set Valve Lash
by Jason Danley - Posted in Tech
5/22/2020
Learn how to check and set your engine's valve lashes to prevent and detect engine failure. See steps on removing spark plugs and if they are tuned correctly.
Floor Panel Replacement on a 1960's Classic
by Jason Lubken - Posted in Tech
3/19/2020
In this restoration project, find out how to remove rusted floor pans and install new sheet metal on a 1963 Chevy Impala. Investing in the proper tools is essential in getting the job done right!
How to Fix an Oil Line Leak
by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
10/21/2019
Learn how to repair an oil line leak using steel braided hose and AN fittings. See how to cut the hose, measure angles, apply fittings and install fuel lines back into your car.
Drum Brake Installation - '32 Roadster
by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
6/6/2019
Finned Aluminum "Buick Style" Brake Drums are a great way to add that vintage hot rod style to your Early Ford. Follow along as we install a pair on our '32 Roadster and add some serious hot rod attitude!
Disc Brake Conversion
by Tyler Wesely - Posted in Tech
5/24/2019
How to change brake pads, rotors and calipers using the Mustang II complete brake kit. Replace your drum brakes with disc brakes for performance and better braking ride. For use on Bobcat and Mustang II spindles.
Project Chevelle: Spindles and Control Arms Tech Article
by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
7/12/2018
Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
Converting a Hardwired Sinclair Sign to Plug-In
8/1/2018
Are you a collector of automotive signs? This is a DIY project where you will learn how to convert a hardwired sign to a plug in. Jess M. explains each step to get the job done!
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