Fixing a few holes in my aluminum radiator with Stic-Tite. Stic-Tite is a plastic string that works like solder. Heat the aluminum with a propane torch and feed in the Stic-Tite just like solder. It will melt and fill in the hole. The plastic will stick to the aluminum and seal up any leaks.
Learn How A Clutch Works In Less Than 5 Minutes – EricTheCarGuy
This one is actually part of a series on clutches so be sure to check out the Integra full length clutch video as well as Adjust A Cable Operated Clutch.
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How to fix a leaking gas tank. Without removing the gas or tank.
One day I had little fuel in my car and decided to fill my tank.
But the surprise was that there was a hole in the tank.
As the price of a new and repair was very high I decided to repair it.
I researched the internet and found a J-B weld epoxy and decided to experiment.
Until the day of publication of this video I had no problems.
Click to Subscribe! ► – Im in the workshop today, repairing a blown bead lock and tire. The extreme cold water I was in ( caused the rubber to constrict around the plastic rim and pull out of the bead lock right in the middle of my run that day. So, today I figured I would go over tire repair on a scale crawler and touch on some of the basics. Want to come and hang out with me, then click play on the video bar! Grab your RC, and start wrenching along with me.. let’s get some maintenance done.
My first summer in eight years that I didn’t go out during Fire Season. Boy oh boy, did they keep me busy on the farm. Well, it’s winding down and time to get back to DIY episodes. Got some good ideas in the works. Stay tuned!