Why the rear suspension on a pick-up truck needs to be broken in. Aired 9/17/22September 24, 2022
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Most are familiar with the need to break-in an engine but not so about the rear suspension on a pick-up truck. This week, the Hot Rod Farmer, Ray Bohacz, explains why and how it should be done and the benefits you will reap for the life of the vehicle.
How engine coolant wears out is covered in the Meet Me in the Farm shop segment.
Success on the farm or ranch requires efficient machinery. I am Ray Bohacz, the Hot Rod Farmer from New Jersey, and I want to help you maximize the reliability of your equipment.
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