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Paralyzed, need so much help!

I'm 31, been paralyzed from the shoulders down for eight years. I've been trying to find a way to email the shows, but can't find any. My wheelchair van sucks and breaks down a lot so does the lift.…Continue

Started by Dereck Lockwood in Xtreme 4x4 May 17.

Got an idea further shows, wheelchair van

I am paralyzed from the shoulders down, 31 years old. I've got a 1996 Ford Econoline wheelchair van. It's got h***s from rust, lift won't work so you have to crank it by hand, the trim fell off with…Continue

Started by Dereck Lockwood in Misc. Mar 21.

Twilight Zone Thunderbird 1 Reply

Check out the web site for my latest project, the Twilight Zone Thunderbird. It's a highly modified version of a 1963 Thunderbird as if it were…Continue

Started by Bob Hancock in Horse Power. Last reply by Bob Hancock Mar 12.

Fuel Injectors

My son has a 94 Bronco with about 180,000 miles on it .We are getting ready to rebuild engine and was wondering what the best option was on the injectors, clean or replace. If cleaning what company…Continue

Started by WAYNE PRUITT in Horse Power Mar 4.

Blog Posts

Exploding airbags can eject freshly installed windshields.

When a dash monuted airbag deploys, it deflects off the windshield before protecting the vehicle occupants. If the windshsield adhesive is wet or uncured, the airbag can eject the windshield out of the vehicle. This leaves the occupants in double danger being with no airbag and no windshield for protection.

In our study we found that most auto glass shops install to the lowest crash test standard, which best resembles a bump in a parking lot and not indicative of a real life car crash…


Posted by Blain McElrea on July 1, 2015 at 9:33pm

Auto Glass Safety, FMVSS 216 roof crush standards.

Blain McElea, Auto Glass Technician

Repairing vehicles to pass the FMVSS 216 roof crush standards takes more time to accomodate for safe cure times.

Wet windshield adhesive does not do the job of cured auto glass adhesive.

It takes time for the adhesive to cure regardless of the inconvenience that presents the shop or the…


Posted by Blain McElrea on July 1, 2015 at 2:32pm

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