Why not make use of it and tempt your man with mouth-watering preparations? Time and effort spent on it are sure to earn rich dividends in the business of marriage.
At Red Hill Supply, we carry the John Dow DOWAFC100-94 oil filter crusher. This unit requires 85 psi of shop air and has a powerful hydraulic system for crushing automotive filters. (There is a larger unit for bigger filters). JohnDow Industries has been in the automotive aftermarket business for over 20 years and they serve mainly service bay operations. They offer everything from used oil systems to vehicle exhaust products. The hydraulic system in this unit is manufactured by SPX OTC. SPX is the largest automotive hydraulic manufacturer in the country. This means there are authorized service centers all over for warranty repairs.
When I reminded a young woman a few days ago that she was neglecting her looks, she replied, “Who cares? I’m married now.” Being married is all the more reason for nursing that hour glass figure and those dewy fresh looks with which you had cast a spell on your husband-to-be.
If you use a vacuum sweeper, it is important to inspect the sweeper routinely to make sure it works properly and does not pose a safety risk. There are several things to check for every month or two, so you may want to keep a checklist taped to the inside of your utility closet door or wherever you store your home or office vacuum sweepers.
In any busy auto shop, old oil filters can pile up on you in a hurry and become a disposal nightmare. An oil filter crusher can save you time and money by reducing them down to manageable size and helping you to dispose of them legally and properly. If the EPA investigates and find you are not disposing of your oil filters properly you could be fined a lot of money. If you are outsourcing your oil filter disposal to another company, the EPA can still come after you if they are not disposing of them correctly and legally. The best solution is to do it yourself with the right equipment.
If your Check Engine light comes on and your first inclination is to panic, you probably shouldn’t. While it could be a sign that something is seriously wrong, chances are it isn’t anything that is going to cost you a lot of money. In fact, the problem is sometimes something as simple as the gas cap not being tightened sufficiently. Take the vehicle in to your favorite mechanic and have him see what the problem is. As with everything else regarding your vehicle, the sooner you have a problem examined, the less likely it is to be something serious and costly.
In doing this job it is important to know what to coat and what not to coat. Keep the material off moving parts, oil pan, brake lines, muffler, tail pipe, drive shaft etc etc. Apply it liberally, however under the fender and sills of the frame and under the floor. Under the fenders work it right out to the edge.