Adding Air Suspension to Get A More Comfortable Ride - by Robert Lobitz
One thing is true no matter who you are, it seems that we all enjoy comfort. We also all long to have the very best for what we pay for and when you put these ideas together we can often times be somewhat disappointed with what we get when we purchase either a new or previously owned vehicle. That is why some people are taking the matter into their own hands and utilizing the remarkable technology found in air suspension kits.
Books In My Ride Library :
Custom Auto Interiors - by Don Taylor & Ron Mangus
If you want to know the procedure for making your own door panels or specialty interior panels, this book will rock your socks off with all the how-to stuff! From planning your interior, to making patterns, armrests, headliners, carpets, building your own seats and more! This is one book you'll keep reading!
Automotive Upholstery Handbook - by Don Taylor
This one covers all the basics involved ... from tools of the trade, to learning to sew ... and shows how to make and install bench seat covers, bucket seats, vinyl tops, Sim-con tops, Landau tops, Convertible tops, headliners, door panels and carpets, and a whole lot more. I like the book above most, but this one is worth having for the explanation of tools and basic sewing skills.
How to Do Electrical Systems - by Skip Readio
This is a practical electrical guide for beginners and pro's alike. It covers all the inportant issues and how-tos about wiring hot rods and automobiles. Learn about batteries, grounding, charging systems, ignition systems, fuses and breakers, fusible links, kill switches, relays, mini switches, panels, terminal strips, wires, connectors, soldering, and a whole lot more!