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Summary of Posts: January 5th 2013

Posted by on 1/5/2013 to Info News

Finding cheap car parts is no easy task, but if you have a local junkyard nearby then you should consider visiting it if you are really looking to save some money. This time around we also took a look at how you can also get great savings if you lease expensive automotive tools instead of buying them:

        Every motorcycle needs an oil change at least every six months, but instead of going to see a mechanic why not try doing it yourself? Read Florin Tibu’s guide for more information.

        Looking for cheap car parts? Call your local junkyard and see what kind of cars they have. You can get a lot of different parts for a fraction of their original cost. Ben Wojdyla has more information.

        Is there a weekend mechanic on your gift list this holiday season? Vincent Ciulla has a guide to help you choose the right gift.

        If you have an interest in auto repair and you want to become a mechanic of sorts, take a look at this wikiHow article for some tips.

        High-tech tools can be really expensive and a lot of them have a short life span. Leasing tools is a great way to save a lot of money. Read Eric Cedric’s article to find out more.

        If you are interested in car mechanics but are afraid to get started because it may be expensive, don’t worry. There are a lot of different ways for you to get the tools and parts you need for a cheap price.

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