Tuesday, August 18 2020
By fowlhorn7 on Tuesday, August 18 2020, 04:50
That ties into being courteous when making your deliveries. Be nice to the customers, and they will use the company again. You don't have to strike up a 30 min conversation, just be polite. Say you're walking up their driveway and see their newspaper sitting there, pick it up and leave it with the package. Little things DO matter to your customers.
Now take your new plug and gap the plug between .035 and .045. You can buy a gapper at any auto store. If you are not sure how to gap a spark plug then ask the person at the auto parts store near me.
Remove the upper M8 mounting bolt from one rail and discard. Leave the other bolt intact as this will hold the track in place while working. Wipe the bolt area with a clean rag.
You want to use a thinner grade of oil when it is cold out. If you use a single grade of oil you should replace the oil with a winter grade. You may not need to make this adjustment if the type of oil you are using is a multi-grade oil. Check with your car dealer or with your mechanic or auto parts near me. They can tell you if you should make the change.
If you insist on street racing anyway, you can call the local auto store near me so that they can direct you to a track that allows this kind of racing. This is a controlled way to race the people that you may have met on the road and want to see who is faster. You will be able to have fun and stay safe at the same time. Most of these kinds of races are monitored and have an ambulance standing by in case of the worst happening. Best of all you aren't going to get arrested fro racing!!
The two bucket method has a very practical benefit. Most importantly it keeps dirt and grit out of your soapy water, which keeps it off your car's paint. It also makes your soapy water and wash suds last longer.
Do NOT over tighten the clamp or you may crush the pipe and have a bigger leak. Believe me I have done this. Place the rubber over the hole and secure the clamp. When closest auto parts store to me think you have it tight enough turn the water back on and check the leak. If it has stopped dripping then you are done and you are now a plumber. If not slowly tighten the clamp until the leak stops. Remember do NOT over tighten the clamp. In this case a little is better than too much. Hopefully this will be the last leak you will have, but chances are it will not be. If you live in Florida where I live I can almost guarantee you that you will have more. But now you know how to repair above the slab pinhole leaks.