The Rat Roaster Final Assembly [S5 Ep.2]
One of the most exciting and time consuming parts of any project is the
final assembly. This is where you bring it all together into a finished
vehicle, and where attention to detail is so important. Today on GEARZ
Stacey walks thru some of the things that need to be done on a project
before you can actually call it "done". Fuel system, electrical,
driveshaft, these are all things that are easy to overlook and have a way
of rearing their head to bite you at the end of a project. But with a
little pre-planning and the right products, Stacey shows you how you can
easily breeze downhill and to the finish line on a project, instead of
crashing and burning so close to the finish line! After that we take a look
at the amazing 90 year history of Cornwell tools and why they are
considered the best kept secret in the tool world. Only on GEARZ!
Installing aftermarket door lock actuator on G35 coupe Part 1
The door lock actuators on many G35's are garbage. The dealer charges $150
for the oem actuator, plus $120/hr to install which can take 90 minutes!
I sell these kits here:
There are absolutely no cons in installing this kit. You get a reliable
bypass to the stock actuator, for a fraction of the price.
This is a 3 part video, showing without editing, that the install can be
done in 30 minutes.
With my kit, you get an aftermarket actuator, 4 actuator mounting screws, 3
actuator rod bracket mounting screws, actuator rod bracket, my hand made
actuator mounting bracket, actuator rod that is cut to length to fit the
G35, and pre cut wires with butt connectors and bullet connectors on them.
Only tools needed are a large and regular phillips head screwdriver, wire
cutters and crimpers, a drill with 4mm drill bit, and I find a pocket knife
to be helpful as you will see in the video.
Part 9: My 76 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration - Shaving The Door Handles
I've been doing a lot of engine work lately, so for episode 9 I change
gears a little and move onto a random task: shaving the door handles. This
involves installing a solenoid into the door which will now electrically
activate the door latch, and then removing the exterior handle holes from
the door. What I thought was a quick task turned out to be more time
consuming than I thought due to the difficulty of working inside the door
and my lack of sheet metal talent. Included in this episode: installing
AutoLoc 50LBs shaved door solenoids, modifying solenoid bracket to fit
doors, setting up a pulley mechanism, modifying stock door latches for
shaved doors, door window removal, wiring the solenoids, cutting out sheet
metal patches for the door handle holes.
No Door Handles - Just Touch!
Introducing the Ultra Touch Invisible Switch - allowing you to lock and
unlock your car doors without the need for keys!
Door Hinge Pin
As trucks get older the doors begin to get hard to close. Often times the
hinge pins are simply worn out. There not that hard to replace. The kit
is pretty cheap and there is a tool that doesn't cost much either. You can
try to get the spring back in place without the tool, but after you work
on it for an hour you'll wish you had the too.
Install Vertical Doors - Install Lambo Doors From Home!
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vertical doors and more! Paint your body kit and get a pro finish from your
Get the insider tips on how to paint a car, learn auto painting, auto paint
tactics and painting methods that will quick start your success in the auto
body and paint world.
build your own door panel part 1.avi
This is part one of Hagan Street Rods Modular Door Panel System. This film
will teach you how to design, construct, and upholster your own auto door
panels. Learn what tools are needed and the techniques to achieve