Eastwood’s ‘Shop Talk’, Episode Three: Kevin Tetz Offers Preventative Maintenance Tips To Have Your Car Safe & Ready For Show Season

In this episode of Eastwood’s ‘Shop Talk,’  Kevin Tetz brings you a bunch of tips for bringing your vehicle out of winter storage, and getting it ready for the car show season.

We’ll give you a step-by-step checklist to use to make sure your car is safe and ready to cruise. We’ll also give you tips on winterizing and storage, whether that’s short term or long term.

Preventative maintenance tips that will make it easier to get your ride ready in the springtime.  Being proactive is one of the best ways to prevent the surprises that could ruin a day on the open road.

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  • Tom from AZ

    April 26th, 2013

    Great tips Kevin on getting the car on the road after storage. I have tried a new method on keeping rodents out safely and it worked for me. Its a little pricey and I ‘d purchased mine at the local Ace Hardware but is sold in other stores. The product is Fresh Cab a botanical rodent repellent it smells good and still has the effectiveness ordor after 4 months in use . Thanks again for what you and Eastwood does for the car hobby.

  • Rudolph Jackson

    April 29th, 2013

    I really enjoyed this issue of “Shop Talk”. Very informative and helpful. I look forward to this summer and sharing about our cars. This is a good idea from Eastwood and you Kevin. Keep up the good work and I will be here to follow. I need a good paint job on one of my projects.

  • Kevin Tetz

    April 30th, 2013

    Thanks guys! there’s TONS more coming, and some really cool guests… staye tuned in.


  • Mike Loshe

    July 1st, 2013

    Awesome tips man! Which brand of oil would you suggest for a high output performance engine? The guys down at South New Jersey Chevy told me any performance grade oil should do the trick, but with so many brands out there I am a little confused. Which brand do you use?

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