Latest PowerNation Garage Episodes
A piece that often gets overlooked during a restoration is the steering column. The column from Detroit Muscle's Charger, for example, was making a hissing noise and started smoking which can be a sign of bad wiring.
How To Restore A Steering Column
When starting a build, sometimes it's smart to mock up your work to see the design beforehand and have a game plan. Jeremy is going to run through how to mock up a front bumper.
How To Mock Up A Bumper
Mike and Pat are joined by 3-time NHRA Pro-Stock Champion, Jason Line, to go over everything from pistons and cylinder heads to high end lubes and how the industry standards have been reset by racing innovation and development.
How Pistons Have Evolved Thanks To Racing Technology & Development
Whenever you purchase a used vehicle, whether you're using it for a project or daily driver, the motor will definitely have some miles on it. The trick is, figuring out how many.
How To Test An Engine's Health
If you have a '70s or '80s era car you may be familiar with vinyl tops. Although Detroit Muscle isn't planning to keep the top on Project Street Regal, here are a few tips and tricks how you can salvage or restore yours.
How To Salvage A Vinyl Top
If you have an older vehicle, the door may sag a bit when you open it. But it doesn't have to. The most common cause is a set of worn out door hinge pins and bushings.
How To Keep Your Door From Sagging
July 2018 Episodes
If you're doing fabrication, chances are you'll need to do some cutting.
How To Choose The Right Blade For The Job
You'll need a grease gun to get started and Lock-N-Lube has one that we like to use here in the shop.
How To Grease Your Suspension