Pick and pull (sometimes stylized as Pick n' Pull) salvage yards make it easier for people to get their hands on spare parts without paying an off-the-shelf price. Not every pick and pull yard is the same in terms of parts success, as some are better at documenting what they have on hand than others. Whether you're a mechanic trying to get a repair done for the lowest price possible, or just trying to find your own repair parts to avoid mechanics and/or their own parts price estimates, here are a few ways to make your next repair cheaper without wasting too much time and money on the salvage part of the job.
Campers, also known as recreational vehicles (RVs) come in many different varieties. Some are motorized and can be driven like a car, while others are designed to be towed behind another vehicle. If you've been eyeing some of the campers you see on the road lately and are thinking about purchasing one of these vessels for yourself, you're making a great decision. However, some campers can be a bit pricey and you may be wondering if it's worth the investment.
If you are in the market for a commercial truck, semi truck or heavy duty truck, you are most likely planning on hauling items with the truck. Anytime you are using a truck to haul items, one of the key factors to pay attention to when selecting a new or used truck is the truck axle configuration. However, if you aren't familiar with this term, you may have many questions. Getting answers to the questions you have will help you determine what type of truck axle configuration will best suit your needs.