How to Sell Your Car

We all have dealt with it before, or will deal with it soon: selling our car. We can take our car to the car dealer, but they will take a huge percentage off for themselves. Selling your car on your own will take some time and research to get it sold, but it will be worth it in the long run in the form of profit. Evaluation To begin, we need to evaluate the car. Make a list of what you need to fix up and clean up. This will help you find out how much to ask for. Some things you might note is upholstery damage, dents, dings, cracks in the windows, balding tires, squeaky breaks, missing door handles, or a crow bar for a gear shift, anything that might de-value the car. Look up the condition in some magazines like Kelly blue book or other publications of similar nature to see the blue book value...

How to Look After Cattle

Looking after cattle on your farm has never been more demanding than ever before, due to new regulations for the safety of consumers who buy the dairy produce or meat, and owing to tighter margins requiring most farms to operate skeleton staffing. The specifics of raising or looking after cattle depend to some extend on the breed and their purpose, and your local farmers association will probably have a library of the latest journals and farming textbooks you can browse. Generally cattle need at least an acre to an acre and a half each of good grazing, without which expensive feed will need to be bought. Cattle need good strong fences to pen them in, the average cow could easily push over a flimsy fence, but you may also prefer to have electric fencing within pastures to rotate the grazing. Cattle...

How to Change Drum Brakes

If you have an old car, you know the best way to keep it running smoothly is by repetitive maintenance. Drum brakes are found in older model cars and are a cheaper alternative to replace them instead of upgrading to newer brake systems. Changing the brakes is fairly simple, and here’s what we do: Required Materials New brake shoes Required Tools Pry bar and hammer Jack and jack stand Pliers Wrenches Screw drivers Car lift Some brake retainer tools Brake spring pliers Anti-seize Brake clean White lithium grease Gloves and a mask Instructions Put your car on the car lift or jack up the front end of the car so you can have access to the master cylinder. The first thing we need to do is release some of the brake pressure. Open up the master cylinder of the car and drain the brake fluid...