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Photos from my mechanical and auto related adventures.

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What is a socket wrench, and how does it work? Used Tools, Diy Car

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What is a socket wrench, and how does it work? Used Tools, Diy Car

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A photo showing how to correctly use the open end on a wrench.

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A photo showing how to correctly use the open end on a wrench.

A rusted bolt being removed by a Torx bit

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Picture from a serpentine belt Belt, Tools, Diy, Build Your Own, Waist Belts, Instruments, Bricolage, Belts, Do It Yourself
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Start doing auto repairs yourself

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Wrenching fails – My personal top 5 list Bmw M3 Engine, Used Tools, Diy Car, Fails, Top, Crop Tee, Thread Spools, Blouses

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The latest Tweets from Virtual Garage (@Virtualgarage1). 23 year old programmer living in Norway. Quit my day job to pursuit my passion for #cars and #drifting. Blog about #DIY mechanics on my website. Norway

How to use a regular combination wrench

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Pliers – Which types exist, and how to use them

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Learning how to weld. Make sure you dont leave ANY loose metal parts within, or your might get destroyed. A grinder takes care of that. Used Tools, Fighter Jets, Learning, Metal, Diy, Build Your Own, Bricolage, Study, Do It Yourself
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A photo showing a 6 point, and a 12 point ratchet, with a nut inserted in both. The 6 point has surface contact, while the 12 point only has surface contact with the nut.

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A photo showing a 6 point, and a 12 point ratchet, with a nut inserted in both. The 6 point has 100% surface contact, while the 12 point only has 50% surface contact with the nut.