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Updated 16 September 2016

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  • 1952 Chevy Truck -- This is an impressive personal site (a build blog with more) that gives details from the time he got the truck in 1999 to all the restorations along the way, up to the present day. Well worth the look whether you have an Advance Design truck or not. [ Truck Sites / Build Blog ].

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  • Reach Mobile Sandblasting & Painting -- Sent to us by Gunner57, located in Alberta, Canada [ Services / Blasting ]
  • Danchuk -- "World's largest manufacturer of 1955-56-57 Chevy Restoration Parts. They have a blog and a forum. Good discussion in our forum about their cables and reels for Clam Shell Cable System. [ Parts ]
  • Garage Door Nation -- Well, most of us have garages so this may be of help for parts and tutorials on how to repair doors, springs, etc. [ Parts / Misc. ]
  • The 12volt.com -- Joker sent us this one. "Free Vehicle Wiring, Relay Diagrams, and Technical Information for Mobile Electronics Installers, Enthusiasts, and Do-It-Yourselfers since 1999." Has a great page in there "Ohm's Law Defined, Ohm's Law Pie Chart" -- "Ohm's Law defines the relationships between (P) power, (E) voltage, (I) current, and (R) resistance." They also have a forum and some wiring info (1969 is the oldest Chevy). [ Electrical ]
  • BBB Industries -- The previous discussion lead to this link from Allen Lane. Starters, alternators, power steering and brake calipers. And there is a neat basic video that "is pretty good video for us truck guys. Explains open circuit, short to ground and short to power in simple terms. Also covers 3 types of circuit protection - fuses, circuit breakers and fusible links." [ Electrical ]
  • International Towing & Recovering Museum (Chattanooga, TN) -- A goodie from Hot Rod Lincoln; "It's a little known fact that the tow truck was invented in Chattanooga, Tennessee." "Ernest Holmes came up with an idea to use a truck to help tow other vehicles. Until that point, there was nothing available to help stranded vehicles other than raw horse power, so Holmes put his idea on the four wheels of his 1913 Cadillac." The Holmes Wrecker was born! [ Truck Sites ]
  • Nussbaum Wreckers and Carriers -- Sells new and used wreckers; parts; manuals [ Services | Parts ]
  • Road Runner Auto Transport -- "Ship cars, trucks, SUVs and motorcycles all over the United States" [ Services / Hauling ]
  • Pressure Parts -- "Largest on-line selection of pressure washer repair parts" -- most of you may have one of these (or borrow your neighbors). Good to know where to get repair parts and maybe a few accessories. [ Parts / Misc. ]
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