Serving Professional Engine Builders & Rebuilders Since 1964
Engine Builder Issue: June, 1998
"Heading" In The Right Direction: Heads Are A Hot Commodity These Days
Heads are a hot commodity these days, but it
depends on the application. Some heads like those for Chevy 350
and Chrysler 2.2L/2.5L engines are always in demand, but prices
are low because of the glut of cores that are available for these
Low Cost Quality Honing For The Small Shop
My son and I run a small automotive machine
shop doing engine rebuilding and custom machine work in rural
Missouri. We try to do the very best work possible all the time.
Whether we are rebuilding a Ford 8N or a 427 Corvette engine,
Management Efficiency Through Your Computer
Nothing is enhancing the efficiency of businesses
today more than the fast-paced technology present in workplaces
everywhere. Your challenge
Ensuring The Job's Done Right, Steve Rinaldo
"Don't blame me. It's not my fault."
How many times
have you either heard or spoken those sentences when undertaking
Labor and the Law
Grit, grime and grease are just a few of the
workplace unpleasantness with which you contend. Employees are
exposed daily to hazardous materials such as solvents, paints,
cleaning and restoration products, as well as welding fumes.
Caliper Clinic: Defective Parts, If Not Monitored, Can Easily Strip A Company Of Its Profits
Defects exist in almost all products. Preferably,
defects are found and corrected prior to shipment to the customer.
However, on occasion a defect can be overlooked and end up in
the customer's hands. Not all defects result in an unsafe con