Today we’re gonna do a wrap-up with the 1972 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow that we’re finishing up with. This vehicle’s been with us for a few months. We’ve had to do some pretty extensive repairs, and today we’re finishing up the last piece of the puzzle.
We have travelers that come in all the time on the weekends that need a repair and we’re here, the car’s here, and the tools are here, but the parts are not. As a result, we’ve resulted to what we call the farmer mentality: We make the parts you need to repair your car in-house.
Today we’re going to be talking about the first few aspects of winter, the cold season and how you can best prepare your vehicle.First off, always cover the basics.
As it gets closer to winter time we’re going to be talking a little bit more about proper heating and cooling in your vehicle. One aspect that you might not really think of during the winter is keeping your vehicle cool.
Being here in Greenwood Village Colorado, we repair a significant amount of lifted, modified off-road trucks and SUVs.
today, we’re going to talk a little bit about your brake calipers and the way the hydraulic system works in your vehicle. Ninety-five percent of all motor vehicles on the road use a disc brake with a hydraulic caliper in the front of the vehicle, and 85 percent use the same set up in the rear of the vehicle.