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Old 07-07-2011, 07:47 PM
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tools and technique resources

Hello hotrodders.

I have always repaired all my vehicles myself over the last 20 years.
I'm quite swift at it. Everything from proper diagnostics to extracting
broken bolts. I also understand the physics and chemistry at work in a
combustion engine-not to mention electrical and emissions systems and theory.

That being said; As part of my quest to learn more and learn how to do things as well as possible, I have been looking for dvds or other resources to learn more about proper technique.

I have thought about this since a experienced mechanic once told me "slow steady pressure" after seeing me use a hammer on a ratchet to loosen something.

I would like to learn about general techniques and "tricks of the trade"
that the real pros know. Haven't found much.

Thanks hotrodders!
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