John Stewart

Mr. Gasket Releases Assortment of Handy Tools and Shop Supplies

Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the release of a handy assortment of shop tools and supplies, including an Air Filter Cleaner and Oil Kit, a Non-Marring Gasket Scraper, and Ratchet Tie Downs and Axle Straps.

RATCHET TIE DOWNS AXLE STRAPS

Mr. Gasket Straps, Tie-Down Straps, and Tie-Down Kits are a secure and convenient way to attach any vehicle to a trailer and are ideal for race cars, show cars, UTVs, and pit carts alike. The ratchet straps include zinc-plated steel ratchet assemblies with extra-strong black webbing and spring-loaded retaining hook clasps. The axle straps also feature heavy-duty zinc plated steel hardware and extra-strong black webbing with a red protective cover to prevent damage to the webbing. The tie-down kits include a pair of ratchet straps and a pair axle straps.

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John Stewart

Hot Shot’s Secret Introduces Two-Step Fuel Additive Treatment Plan

Developed to Improve Fuel Mileage and Engine Performance for All Diesel Vehicles

Mt. Gilead, OH, (August 9, 2017)…Lubrication Specialties Inc., manufacturer of  Hot Shot’s Secret fuel and oil additives, announces a new two-step fuel additive treatment plan developed to work with all diesel engines, light, medium and heavy-duty, for both import and domestic vehicles.

Hot Shot’s Secret Diesel Extreme, is formulated as a top-tier lubricity additive, moisture dispersant and fuel stabilizer that restores power and performance to all diesel engines; especially engines with long-term or extreme use. Diesel Extreme is used first in the two-step treatment plan as prescribed with a treatment ratio of four ounces to every 10 gallons every six months, or 6,000 miles. Diesel Extreme cleans the fuel tank, fuel lines and injectors.

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John Stewart

MYCHANIC LED Blade MultiLight

Have you ever grabbed your trusty flashlight needing just a little more light in the dark shadows of the engine bay?  And, then realized the dim glow from the build means the batteries are failing.  There you stand, needing more light and no fresh batteries.

Well, for that reason, I am always on the lookout for lights; especially lights that are LED and rechargeable. 

The folks at MYCHANIC are offering an intriguing LED light, the Blade MultiLight.  At 250 Lumens, this compact rechargeable LED light does provide plenty of light to brighten the dark recesses of the engine bay.

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John Stewart

Officials Remind Public of Flash Flood Hazards, Information Resources

Payson, Ariz., July 21, 2017 — The recent tragic flash flood event north of Payson serves as a reminder that flash floods can occur in any drainage, creek and river throughout the state during heavy rains and monsoon storms.

Floods are among nature’s most common and destructive natural hazards. The public should be aware that even when storms do not appear to be in the immediate area, rain from a storm miles upstream can drain quickly and create flash floods miles downstream.

According to the National Weather Service’s U.S. Natural Hazard Statistics, flash floods are the number one cause of weather-related deaths in the U.S. These flash floods are extremely dangerous and swift, carrying debris, trees, rocks, large boulders, and mud that can sweep away anything or anyone in its path along stream, creek and river channels.

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Tom Severin

Are You a Roads Scholar?

Borrego Springs, CA

 

Off-road vehicles aren’t exactly sports cars. In fact, just the opposite. We can’t safely drive then the same way as our family car. They take longer to stop, are less stable in fast turns, and sometimes have poor visibility. Poor drivers (the bottom 25%, or 1 in 4) don’t realize this. They often don’t allow us space (much less a semi) to stop, turn, etc.

Anecdotally, I figure I drive only about 10% of any four-wheeling trip off-road. That means 90% of my driving time is on paved roads. That’s probably true for you as well.

This means we must substitute reading terrain and picking lines with defensive driving and avoiding road rage for a greater distance.

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