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Centrifugal Force – What Is It?

The words “centrifugal force” were first used in the year 1698, so it is far from a new concept. A dictionary definition is “the apparent force that is felt by an object that is moving in a curved path that acts outwardly away from the center of rotation.” We have all felt the effects of centrifugal force when we are driving our car or truck and turn a corner at a high rate of speed. As long as we are moving in a straight line, we do not feel this force but when we exit the highway at a high rate [...]

Centrifugal Force – What Is It?2021-01-10T16:32:56+00:00

Made In Japan, Rebuilt In The US

Everyone is well aware of the quality of Japanese autos in today’s market. In the 1980’s, the Japanese raised the quality bar in the automotive industry, resulting in cars that were of a higher quality and remained in service for many more miles than most of the domestic autos of that time. This off-shore challenge resulted in the upgrade of quality for all American automakers, just to remain in business. This quality concept also applies to the motor repair business and is why our company has Quality Manager like Vernon Pratt, to help us keep quality at the forefront of our [...]

Made In Japan, Rebuilt In The US2020-03-12T15:46:06+00:00
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