Why You Need to Keep an Eye on Your Car's Engine Gaskets

Posted on: 17 June 2017

When you open the bonnet and have a look at your car's engine, all you may see is one large piece of metal, with various appendages. Within that metal exterior is a very complicated structure that relies on many different moving parts. It's very precisely engineered, in order to produce the propulsion necessary to move your vehicle along. Most often, as a car owner, you won't have to worry about the interior workings of the engine, but you do have to keep an eye on certain important parts, to ensure longevity.
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Effective Ways to Minimise Water Ingress into Your Diff

Posted on: 15 June 2017

.Water ingress is a leading cause of differential failures. When water gets into a differential, it can lead to rusting of metal parts and also contaminate the differential oil, thus resulting in poor lubrication of moving diff components like gears and bearings. This can reduce the performance of the differential, but also shorten its lifespan. Therefore, keeping water out of your differential is critical to ensuring you get reliable service from it throughout its lifespan.
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4 Elements of Your Tyres that Should Be Checked Before Your Next Off-Road Holiday

Posted on: 14 June 2017

When it comes to off-road driving, nothing is better suited for the adventure than vehicles with 4 wheel drive transmission systems. But like other vehicles, these powerful automobiles require proper upkeep to keep running safely and efficiently. One of the components of 4WD vehicles that take quite a beating during off-roading trips are the tyres. Yes, it is the tyres that are in constant contact with the ground when four by fours are traversing rocky hills, deep mud, desert sands, and other challenging terrains.
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Answering Some Important Questions About Maintaining a Diesel Engine

Posted on: 13 June 2017

A diesel engine is usually chosen for trucks and other larger vehicles because these engines are strong and powerful and a good choice for towing trailers and other heavier weights. However, while diesel engines are very durable, they will still need regular repairs and maintenance over the years. Note a few tips and answers to some questions you might have about maintaining a diesel engine so you know yours will always be in good repair.
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