month, in Part 1 we covered wrenches of all sorts, sockets and ratchets – all essential implements when dealing with nuts and bolts. But there are other types of fasteners in common use for automotive and other applications, and these require other tools, so that’s what we’re covering in Part 2 here. SCREWDRIVERS It is unconscionable to think of a garage without at least a modest complement of screwdrivers, since these are indispensable tools that are used for myriad tasks.
month, in Part 1 we covered wrenches of all sorts, sockets and ratchets – all essential implements when dealing with nuts and bolts. But there are other types of fasteners in common use for automotive and other applications, and these require other tools, so that’s what we’re covering in Part 2 here. SCREWDRIVERS It is unconscionable to think of a garage without at least a modest complement of screwdrivers, since these are indispensable tools that are used for myriad tasks.
awn mowers, snow blowers, generators, power washers and other powered implements that run on small gasoline engines that are scrapped and discarded end up that way because they have clogged carburetors owing  to sludge, dirt and congealed fuel build-up. In short, they won’t start or, if they do, they don’t run well because of this; hence, they are useless and are discarded because the owners don’t want to pay the repair bills or don’t know where to get them serviced. But these powered tools do not have to end-up at the recycling yard or municipal landfill; all that’s required is to remove the carburetor, clean it out and reinstall it.
awn mowers, snow blowers, generators, power washers and other powered implements that run on small gasoline engines that are scrapped and discarded end up that way because they have clogged carburetors owing  to sludge, dirt and congealed fuel build-up. In short, they won’t start or, if they do, they don’t run well because of this; hence, they are useless and are discarded because the owners don’t want to pay the repair bills or don’t know where to get them serviced. But these powered tools do not have to end-up at the recycling yard or municipal landfill; all that’s required is to remove the carburetor, clean it out and reinstall it.
lawn mowers, snow blowers, generators, power washers and other powered implements that run on small gasoline engines that are scrapped and discarded end up that way because they have clogged carburetors owing  to sludge, dirt and congealed fuel build-up. In short, they won’t start or, if they do, they don’t run well because of this; hence, they are useless and are discarded because the owners don’t want to pay the repair bills or don’t know where to get them serviced. But these powered tools do not have to end-up at the recycling yard or municipal landfill; all that’s required is to remove the carburetor, clean it out and reinstall it.
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lawn mowers, snow blowers, generators, power washers and other powered imple- ments that run on small gasoline engines that are scrapped and dis- carded end up that way because they have clogged carburetors owing  to sludge, dirt and congealed fuel build- up. In short, they won’t start or, if they do, they don’t run well because of this; hence, they are useless and are dis- carded because the owners don’t want to pay the repair bills or don’t know where to get them serviced. But these powered tools do not have to end-up at the recycling yard or municipal landfill; all that’s required is to remove the carburetor, clean it out and reinstall it.