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SHADETREE
MECHANICS

WRENCHING TIPS FOR DIY'ERS

In this month's Shadetree Mechanics, we'll go old-school and teach you how to clean a carburetor, then we'll get back to basics with a brake rotor install tutorial.

Cleaning A Carburetor


Required Tools

• Screwdrivers [Several sizes, flat and phillips]
• Needle-nose Pliers
• Socket Wrenches [Several sizes, SAE or Metric]
• Pick Tool [AKA Booger Hook]
• Carb Cleaner
• Shop Towels

Step 1.

Own a vehicle with a carburetor

Step 2.

Clean the carburetor

Installing Brake Rotors


Required Tools

• Vehicle Jack & Torque Wrench
• Socket Wrenches [Several sizes, SAE or Metric]
• Non-metal Mallet
• Screwdrivers [Several sizes, flat and phillips]
• Brake Cleaner
• Shop Towels

Step 1.

Own a vehicle with brake rotors

Step 2.

Replace the brake rotors
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