Levin Tire & Service Center carries one of the largest tire inventories in Northwest Indiana, including respected brands such as Goodyear and Michelin, all at guaranteed everyday low prices. We also provide complete automotive service and repair, from basic oil changes and tire repair, to computerized engine analysis, engine repair, heating and air conditioning system repair, and much more. We service all vehicle makes and models, foreign and domestic. We use state-of-the-art equipment and tools and always use high quality parts. All of our technicians are ASE certified and are continually trained on quality and safety standards. And because Levin Tire is a member of the Goodyear Tire and Service Network, all of our work is guaranteed at over 2,000 locations nationwide.
Emergency winter gear for people that have to deal with snow and ice like I do. In this video we just take a look at the survival gear that I keep in my Tacoma – much of it is gear that I hope you don’t have to use – but it’s all stuff that you should definitely keep with you in the winter. This gear will help you either get to where you need to be, or survive in your car if you absolulutely cannot make it to your destination. Now I know much of the U.S. (and the world) doesn’t have extreme winters like I have here in Colorado – but also there are a lot of places that have worse winters than I do!
DiamondBack Truck Covers –
Items in this video:
Jacket I was wearing –
Plano Tub –
Boot Ice Spikes –
Wool Blanket –
Ice Melt (pet friendly) –
Tire Chains (cam style) –
Mechanix Cold Weather Gloves –
Keen Boot –
Wool socks –
Cooper Discoverer M+S –
Tow Strap –
Hand warmers (i like these, because they are bigger, warmer, and last longer) –
Orange reflective vest –
Pop & Lock – (this one fits 2016+ tacoma)
SOG Prophet 33 Pack –
Mini stove / fire starter –
Yellow Pry/Wrecking bar –
Fiskars Axe –
Folding bolt cutters –
Jump starter / compressor –
Flashing LED Flare –
ACU Jacket – military surplus store
Snow Pants –
Floor Mats –
Music – dizzy by Joakim Karud
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Here is a quick video on how you can adjust your front wheel toe alignment yourself and save a bunch of money. You should always do an alignment after you replace any of your steering components, inner or outer tie rods, rack n pinion etc but if all you need to adjust is the toe on your front wheel here is how you can perform the procedure yourself with very little effort.
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Don’t do this a home. Actually, don’t do this. Why, my dear husband takes on these projects is beyond me. It sure isn’t for the money. He never charges enough. I know this because, people pay more than what we bill them. Go figure.
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Acquired they concerning my favorite 95 Subaru impreza. They are awesome! What exactly I
hoped for. Would probably recommend getting for yourself a couple tight tunner lug nuts. Regular lugs
are too long during the haul cracks. the went with stainless slat runs and the fit
perfect. off road tires
Close! Ideal fit and healthy so a lot better than the specific $650 pricing the dealer wanted
to charge us! Only need trouble persuading the exact wheel folks who its not
the exact give! 🙂 off road tires
rims are extremely light weight recognized a huge difference immediatly when
1st drove on them an exellent invest . Motegi is in fact #one in my own manual off road tires
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1488 2nd St
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