Rhino ramps slip? We have the cheap fix...
April 27, 2013 08:05 AM
If you have a set of Rhino Ramps that keep sliding on your garage floor every time you try and pull your car up on them, we have the cheap and easy fix. No more drilling holes in your concrete and placing rebar dowels in them to hold the ramps. No more long wooden 2x4's braced between your wall and ramps.Go to just about any hardware store or retail store and purchase drawer liner. It's the same stuff
Big things ahead...
April 7, 2013 06:02 PM
There are some big things ahead for InstallUniversity in the way of documentation. We hate to cut this short with a tease but start checking back every few days if you are at all interested in the LSX engine platform. :-)
Memory lane: Spraying gas in the car by accident
March 27, 2013 07:06 PM
I was going over my install pages when I ran across this old but goody installation. I learned first hand which gasoline hose was pressurized and which was not. I also learned that Febreze is a miracle worker.Click here to read!
March 24, 2013 07:17 PM
I have added a Honda Ridgeline to the garage! Don't worry everyone, I am still a man but I was looking for a replacement for my Honda Pilot (there is no equal to a Pilot in that category) but I wanted a bed. So here we are with a Ridgeline.The installs are already piling up. Check them out and let us know if you have any special requests!
March 7, 2013 04:06 PM
Mocking up the transmission cooler brackets. I hope to get this fitted tonight. Thanks to Phil at Matchstick Racing for getting everything cut and drilled for me.
F-Body Pinion Angle
There are many theories, "experts," highly respected experienced racers, and thoughts regarding pinion angle. Count the stars in the sky and you can bet there are just as many ways documented to measure and set your pinion angle. Here at Install University, we want to give a clear and concise look at how we measure and set the pinion angle.The goal of setting pinion angle is to
1999 Z28 M6 to TH400 Conversion: A Year Later
February 25, 2013 11:22 AM
You can see the progress that has been made below. Not impressive after you realize we have been going on 13 months. Don't worry. We are on a kick to get this knocked out as soon as possible. My four year old doesn't even believe the car runs and can't remember riding it a year ago before it went up in the air. Therefore, this has to get done or else.Console removalDriveshaft removalExhaust rearrangementTorque
Spring Test Roundup
How serious are you about your suspension? Chances are you are in the category of people where it does not matter when you start talking little details. Nothing wrong with that. But there is a group of people where these little details start to matter. Where you want to know nuances that seem trivial to normal people. If you are one of those people, keep reading.Different brand springs for 1997 - 2002
What is a "Spudger"
January 20, 2012 02:33 PM
That is a great question. The use of the word spudger became mainstream, or kind or mainstream, in geek circles. The geek circles were filled with people who love to repair or modify their iPhones, iPads, computers and other cool Apple devices. Before the spudger, sledge hammers and putty knives were used instead. :-)Here you can see two examples of spudgers. We here at InstallUniversity prefer the
F-Body Front and Rear Spring Testing
January 17, 2012 06:04 PM | Automotive LS1
Here is a sneak peek of the upcoming spring testing we have been doing in our labs.