Project Garage IX: More Garage Tools
By Sarah Forst
Equip your garage with all the tools that will help you perform a number of jobs. Project Garage gets fitted with specialty tools from soldering irons to pulley pullers to oil filter wrenches that will make completing many jobs a breeze and get you back on the road more quickly.
Project Garage is faced with its biggest job yet- swapping in everything from one car to another. Is it up to the task? Can it stay organized and will it ever be as clean again???
Project Garage, Part VII: Garage Tools
A good garage space is useless without an effective collection of tools. From sockets to ratchets, screwdrivers to wrenches, check out what keeps Project Garage stocked with everything it needs for all kinds of car projects.
Air tools are not just about busting nuts. Pneumatic tools are more efficient than electric tools- they can exert more force using less energy and complete jobs more quickly.
Project Garage Part IV: Air Compressors
by Sarah Forst
Many times I've struggled with stubborn bolts, cursing car manufacturers wth a number of expletives in languages I didn't know I could speak. Stripped, rusted, or fused, these bolts can make any breaker bar retire early and hit happy hour. Unfortunately if I ever wanted to mod any of my cars, my only other option was blowing off some steam… well, hot air really. My air compressor is not only convenient, but necessary.
Project Garage, Part IV: Getting Organized
Finding time to work on your car projects is much easier if your garage is organized and efficient. Let's see how to find space for everything we need.
Project Garage, Part 3: New Flooring
Last installment’s bright lighting only illuminated how horrible the concrete floors were starting to look. From oil changes and swapping brake rotors to cam installs and shock inserts, Project Garage was getting more business than a Pep Boys Fast and Furious sale.
Project Garage Part II is getting better lighting! We'll explore the different options for lighting large garage spaces and creating a shop-worthy garage.
When I was looking for a house, I knew I needed a bathroom, a kitchen, and a bedroom, but right up there with those priorities was a large garage. Since Monster Garage, freebie style, isn't too probable, thus begins Project Garage, budget style.
Project Garage Part I covers installing additional electrical outlets, insulation, and drywall in an unfinished garage space.
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