Top 9 Best Exhausts for 6.0 Vortec Engines

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Best Exhausts for 6.0 Vortec
Question: What is the best exhaust for the 6.0 Vortec LS motor? Nine popular options for a full GMC or Chevy 6.0 cat-back exhaust come from Banks, Borla, Corsa, Dynomax, Flowmaster, Gibson, MBRP, MagnaFlow, or straight pipes. HP gains from 6.0 Vortec A stock muffler is quiet and restrictive for horsepower gains, especially if you have installed a new cam and/or turbo...

Guide to buying the best tree pruner in 2022

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Best Tree Pruner
For once a year branch maintenance, or a daily tool for tree-trimming, there are many options for picking the best tree pruner. With choices like a telescoping pole, cordless saws, ropeless operation, it can get overwhelming quick. All you want to do is cut that pesky limb that keeps scraping across your truck or clean up the trees around your...

Guide to buying the best chainsaw chain

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best chainsaw chain brand
The best chainsaw chain will slice through logs, branches, and tree trunks with ease. Saws make cutting firewood and hardwood to size fairly easy, but when the chain gets dull it can be a risk. The risk is kickback. Kickback occurs when a tooth bites too deep in the lumber, gets stuck, and the saw recoils, which makes it dangerous...

Best Tractor Paint: Spruce Up Implements with Spray Enamel in a Can

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best tractor paint
I have three old, antique John Deere tractors -- all of which had worn, rusty, faded, sun-baked paint when I bought them for restoration. Those utility tractors needed the best tractor paint to look good. I did just that by painting the hood, body panels, and rims with a good enamel tractor paint in a spray can. The implements, including...

Impact driver vs impact wrench: What’s the difference? (ANSWERED)

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imapct driver vs impact wrench
We have all heard the phrase use the right tool for the job. And, if you are like me, you've probably used the wrong hand tool from time to time. It happens. Power tools are a little different, specifically impact tools. It's important to know the differences between an impact driver vs an impact wrench, which is where this article...

Guide to buying the best 3/8 inch air ratchet

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BEST 3/8 AIR RATCHET
While wrenching on your car, you spy your next bolt to remove in a tight space. It's rusted and seems like it's been gripping onto its metal home for an eternity. You to try to remove it with your 3/8 hand ratchet, but you don't have enough gas in your muscle tank to do it. That's where the best 3/8...

Guide to buying the best socket holder sets on the market

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BEST SOCKET HOLDER SETS
Whether you're tinkering with the family vehicle, a serious rebuilder of classic cars or a professional mechanic, the best socket organizer makes a huge difference in how efficiently you can perform repairs. Having some type of socket organizer is key to keeping on top of your equipment. Whether you want a magnetic holder or a snap-on holder, both will keep your...

Best Grain Bin Paint: Galvanized Metal Paint for Barn Roofs and Pipe Fences

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best grain bin paint
The best grain bin paint will last years and may be used on a metal barn roof, rusty pipe fence, or a Quonset hut. Top concern: The paint needs to be designed for galvanized metal. Good paint for grain bins, metal roofs, or pipe fences Galvanized grain bins may be difficult to paint unless the galvanized metal has been etched or...

Guide to using the best headliner adhesive in 2022

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best headliner adhesive
Got an old car? You've probably got a headliner that's sagging, too. Whether you're an advanced auto-detailer or even just a casual do-it-yourselfer, choosing the best headliner adhesive for your vehicle will make this inconvenient task quick and easy. The following buyer's guide will provide you with tips and tricks to do the work. Read customer reviews of headliner adhesive products on Amazon. Buyers...

Guide to buying the best glass cutter in 2022

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best glass cutter
Contrary to its designated name, the best glass cutter does not cut the glass clean, but scores it instead (as a scratch) to make a split in the surface causing the glass to break in two along the score. Glass cutters of old had diamond-tip cutting heads (no lubricant required), nowadays the most common are cutting wheels made of tungsten...