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MIG vs. TIG fundamentals: What you need to know

The ability to fuse pieces of bare metal opens up a whole new world of fabricating possibilities. There’s more than one way to weld, however. To TIG or to MIG?

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Fitting tires and wheels when an off-the-shelf option isn’t listed

Our MR2 needed new tires, but first we had a question to answer: How would we fit a modern setup under those now-vintage fenders?

What Is An Anti-Roll Bar and How Does It Work? | Handling Basics

The name may give you a basic idea of what it does, but how does an anti-roll bar actually, you know, prevent roll?

How to set tire pressure, align your chassis and shop smart

How do you properly set up a chassis? How about some testing?

Buying a lathe | Making Stuff: Part 4

Lathes are an essential tool for anybody building race cars. Here’s how to put one in your garage.

How to Best Join Aluminum: Fasteners, Brazing, Soldering or Welding?

What's the best way to join two pieces of aluminum? It often depends on the situation.

Understanding Metric Hardware

While not so common, metric hardware can work on your racer.

25 tips to take your workspace from cavelike and cluttered to comfortable and clean

Here are a few simple things you can do to make your workspace less miserable to work in.

How to prepare a new race car for track duty

Everyone loves that new car smell, but when it comes to racing, a factory-fresh scent is a sign that there’s work to be done before the season kicks off.

11 reasons not to buy a vintage car–and why you should ignore all of them

Vintage vehicles get a bad rap—and they probably deserve it. Even so, there are plenty of modern solutions to classic-car problem. Why not take the plunge and bring one home?

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