Tips To Safely Store Metal Wheels

Posted on: 30 April 2019

It's common for many people to change their wheels and tires as the season's change, especially if you have custom wheels that may get damaged from the ice, snow or hail. Storing your metal wheels, such as your Moto metal wheels, during the winter is a great way to extend their lifespan, but there is nothing worse than gearing up to put on your custom metal wheels at the first sign of spring, only to find that they have gotten damaged from being stored incorrectly.
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The Basics Of Caring For Your Car's Tires

Posted on: 7 October 2018

Automotive tire care is one of the most overlooked types of vehicles maintenance. While this is a common mistake for vehicle owners to make, it can be easy for you to avoid these problems by learning and implementing some basic tire care tips. Understand The Hazards Of Poor Tire Care Individuals will often assume that the worst case scenario for their tires will be one of them going flat. However, it can be possible for a vehicle to experience a blowout, which occurs when one of the tires explodes or otherwise rapidly deflates.
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Using The Proper Tool Or Equipment For Material Handling Jobs

Posted on: 14 May 2018

Handling materials of any kinds can be made easier with the right tool or piece of equipment. Trying to move materials with the wrong tool could cause damage to the item you are moving and could also result in injury to the operator of the equipment or a worker trying to oversee or help the operator move the item. Get the right equipment to do the job and if it is not readily available, you may want to consider renting it for a day to get things done safely and properly.
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4 Signs You Need To Buy New Tires

Posted on: 20 April 2018

Every car needs automobile tires to keep it rolling; however, they also eventually wear down and need to be replaced. Failing to replace worn or damaged tires can result in major accidents. If you haven't paid much attention to your tires, check out these signs you may need new tires. Thinning Treads on the Tire Surface The most obvious sign you need new tires is thinning treads. The treads are the grooves in the tires.
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