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These Are The Most Anticipated New SUVs

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SUVs were all the rage in the early 2000s — and once…

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How to Get a Great Deal on a Luxury Car

Buying a car is a huge expense. The Huffington Post calls choosing…

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The Off-Roading Crossovers You Didn’t Know You Needed

Crossovers are the hottest cars on the road right now — and…

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How to Haggle For a Car

Getting a new car from the dealer and having to deal with the car salesman can be tedious, frustrating, and sometimes outright ridiculous. They're there to make money, however you are the consumer and you will have to haggle the price to get the car at a reasonable price, and for what it's for what it's actually worth. This is what you need to do to get the best price possible.

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How to Repair the Front U-Joint on a Dodge 2500

Chrysler Corporation introduced the Dodge Ram in 1981. The Ram was produced in a 1500, 2500, and 3500 series. The four wheel drive Ram is equipped with a U-joint that connects the drive shaft to the front axle housing. Over time U-joints can wear out or go bad. When this happens replacement is the only option, as there is no real way to repair a U-joint. The average U-joint costs between $10.00 and $20.00 (U.S.D.), and is available at an auto parts store or at your local Dodge dealership.

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How to Lower a Ford Ranger With 18s

Installing lowering springs onto the front and blocks on the rear suspension of the Ford Ranger fitted with 18-inch wheels is the most effective and economical way to decrease the ride height of your Ranger two-wheel drive pickup truck. Installing the suspension kit takes a little less than an afternoon to accomplish, and requires little more than ordinary hand tools to complete. Larger wheels such as 18-inch rims have no effect on the lowering of the truck when utilizing springs and blocks.

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How to Use Carfax to Spot a Lemon

Used cars, new cars, for sale, for trade, for salvage, for you? Are you looking through car sales to find a new automobile? If you want to find a great deal on used cars then you should know more about a used car than the owner does…right? Or at least more information than the owner wants to tell you. Learn how to use CARFAX to spot a lemon and you can get a great used car that will take you down the road, trouble free. Forget about the old way of buying used cars. Buy your next car used if you want, just be a smart shopper when you do by knowing how to use CARFAX to spot a lemon.

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How to Buy a Classic Model Car

Buying a classic car is a vastly different experience than purchasing a typical.

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How to Replace a Chevrolet Truck Engine

Replacing a Chevrolet truck engine is a difficult job that requires an engine hoist and stand. The job is much easier if you have a vehicle lift, though it can be done on the ground. You might remove the engine if it has to be rebuilt, or if you are putting a new engine in the truck. Chevrolet has several different truck engines in several different trucks, but the process is the same in all models. There are small differences for each engine, though, such as the location of certain parts.

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Automobile Body Paint Removal

Whether you have a bad paint job you hope to fix, or cosmetic damage you'd like to repair by putting on a fresh coat of paint, stripping the current paint off your vehicle is the first step. The process is involved and will take time, but is not intricate and can easily be executed without expensive professional help.

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New Car Buying Tricks

Buying a new car is stressful for many people. They dread the idea of walking into a dealership, selecting a car and entering into high-pressure negotiations. The buying process doesn't have to be that way if you know the right strategies to use. Some simple new car buying tricks can take away a lot of the pressure and help you make sure that you're paying a fair price and getting the best vehicle for you.

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About the Audi 80

The Audi 80 was an entry-level luxury car sold between 1966 and 1995 by German automaker Audi. The A80 was not produced continually, and the "A80" name was applied to several different vehicles over the years. The originally A80 was Audi's version of the Volkswagen Passat, with which it shared many components as well as a parent company.

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