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I'm fucking tired of nothing but benchracing, arguing, and shilling on /o, why don't we post something useful? Share your knowledge be it big or small so an anon/and or trip fag can hopefully learn something new.
> Almost always disconnect the negative battery cable when working on your car.
> Check all your hoses by squeezing them, always replace damaged hoses as soon as possible.
> Always lubricate threads
> Always have a breaker bar, the longer the better
> Always use the right tool for the job/buy quality tools
> Always use jack stands NEVER have a car sitting only on the jack itself.
> Buy quality parts, that means no ebay shit
> Always over estimate a job, ex. If a job will cost you around $375 round that to about $450 and make sure you have enough money to cover that cost before beginning a project/job.
> invest in ratchet extenders, and U-joint couplers, trust me
I know it sucks, but feel free to add actual good lesser known information, refrain from shitposting