June 2, 2020

Auto repair, car servicing, Cars, Car accessories

Is your car dash board lit up like a Christmas tree?

With many of us not using our cars as often at the moment, you may find that when you come to start using it again there are lights on the dashboard that were not there before. There are a number of different lights on the instrument panel and theses vary by model of car but […]

Cars

Stripping down your vehicle and selling the parts

If your car is no longer drivable and you are considering selling it for scrap then you may want to consider if it would be possible for you to try and make a bit more money buy stripping it down and selling certain parts. You may need a little mechanical knowledge or at least a […]

Cars

Is your Sat Nav a good substitute for your map book?

The majority of mid to high end new cars are fitted with a satellite navigation system as standard. These can range from a very basic one to a more sophisticated version that will allow you to enter your vehicle dimensions. Many people rely on their in-car system completely without thinking about having an overall view […]

Cars

Should you always use genuine car parts when repairing and servicing your vehicle?

Vehicles can be expensive to run not just in terms of fuel, tax and insurance but also in repairs and servicing. When it comes to repairing your vehicle, whether it be mechanical or cosmetic, you may have the option as to whether you use genuine or non genuine car parts. If you have a warranty […]

Cars

Are you having airbag issues?

Airbags are a common suite in most cars now. They are often fitted in to the steering wheel, the passenger side above the glove box and the side impact areas of the vehicle. Air bags are a crucial part of the safety aspects of the car. It is proven than air beds can save lives […]

Cars

How can a video help sell your car?

If you have got to sell your car privately then you need to showcase it in the best possible light to attract interest and to get the most money for it. Selling a car can be a nightmare and often a longer process than you expected. If you want to get the most for your […]

Cars

Staying on top of your car services

Having to fork out hundreds of pounds for a car service can be hard to digest, especially as there may not be any signs that it needs doing.  But it is important to understand that a service is vital to maintaining the vehicle and should not be overlooked. When a car is serviced it will […]

Cars

Should you keep the service history for your car?

Many people do not realise the importance of looking after the documents for your vehicle. Having the service history for your vehicle can make a huge difference when it comes to selling the car, especially if it has been serviced regularly and by a main dealer. Along with ensuring that you have the service book […]

Cars

Servicing your car on time every time

Many of us look at a car service as something that we can put off as often there are no immediate issues we face if the service is delayed. Often servicing is delayed due to funds – it can cost between £150 and £500 for most common makes and models of cars depending on the […]

Cars

Finding offers for non-genuine car parts

Car repairs can be costly and often come at the most inconvenient time. If you take your car to a garage you may be unpleasantly surprised by how much a repair is going to cost you and instantly start thinking of ways in which you can cut the cost. You may consider sourcing the part […]

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Cylindrical roller bearings

In contrast to ball bearings, cylindrical roller bearings use cylinders as the rolling part. This can help to distribute a load more evenly, as the roller will have more contact with the outer ring. They can be used to achieve high speeds and are most often used in engineering.

You can buy cylindrical roller bearings online, selecting anything from budget options upwards. Take note of the bore and its size so you know you are buying a bearing with the right dimensions. You should also know the inside diameter, outside diameter, width and whether the bearing should have a snap ring.