What metal do you use to fix cars?
22g black sheet metal
we use the metal iron to make cars, and bridges, and buildings, etc. and also to make alloys such as steel.
To fix cars = arreglar autos
people fix cars in hopes to get paid to fix them, or to buy them cheap, fix them, and sell them, high.
Low processing costs for high structural rigidity
F1 cars today use carbon fibre brakes, all metal materials on f1 cars are made from carbon fibre to save weight
Gas, coal,oil,metal,iron ore
Weight. Plastic is much lighter.
Iron is the metal that is used to make domestic cars but sport cars or F1 cars might be made of carbonfiber
fix the problems of your lame cars fix the problems with your lame cars because they obviously suck by -tc
From a flooring installer, I would say replace the tile however you may be able to fix the scratch with some of the stuff they use to fix scratches on cars....
They are very safe cars the metal they use for the cars is strong and when you crash it gets pushed in but its safe ALL volvos are safe
Solder is a metal ,specially alloyed to be used to fix or weld together other pieces of metal. How to use it would depend on the application and the exact metals being used
cars are the same in every country
Usually a wire welder is used to fix the body on older cars, although using metal for the body has become a thing of the past. Lead (yup actual lead)was used to not only build but repair most cars in the 60's and 70's.
Various materials are used to build cars. The external portion of a car uses metal. The seats may use cloth or leather.
"Honestly, it depends on what your problem is. The best option would be to use the warranty to get the company to either fix it for you, or buy a new one."
Cash for cars is a program that most scrap metal warehouses call their program to cash in your car to use as scrap metal. You can also get 'cash' for your car by donating it to the Salvation Army for a tax write off.
A type of metal made espically for cars :)
Yes for example cars and buildings have metal
No, It was added to gas as a "constant fix" for older cars that didn't have hardened valves Lead replacement substitute for older cars use manganese or sodium nowadays
So they could use the metal for makeing ships, guns, cars, etc, because they were running out.
Metal chains can be placed on cars in areas where it snows so that the tires don't glide over the ice.
Fix and or maintain cars
Oil, Lube, Grease,
Well..old cars they were made out of metal
I only know about in cars. For cars it replaced metal.
no cars are just hunks of metal put togerther
they work or fix cars when they are broken or need repairing they fix many cars like feriais fiesta's and etc etc etc
A rubber spatula is something that can scrape small left out parts of a jar. Or maybe fix that part in a cake. A metal spatula is the one you use when flipping pancakes and such.
they fix cars
an automotive mechanic
As far as the material goes, there are rods, robots, race-cars, rakes (?), and rings. If you consider 'Metal' the genre of music, then you could use Rob Zombie.
It is strong, paintable, and easy(relatively) to bend to the right shape. This doesn't mean it is the best material - many cars use Fiberglass, some use carbon fiber, but most use metal because of its strength, cheapness, and machinability/shapability.
I don't believe you could use oil paint on your car, because it wouldn't adhere to the metal body panels. I would recommend using automotive paint lasting results, or at least paint intended for use on metal.
There are many things that can be made with metal, including cars. Machinery and electronics can also be made from metal.
metal and plastic
No, they are made with metal.
Old cars are taken to an impound lot where they are crush by large metal hot irons and then it becomes scrap metal that's eventually sold to other companies to make products such as cars.
It prevents high friction metal-on-metal contact.
the most automobile mechanics do are: -fix many cars and light weight trucks -use technology to fix those cars and trucks -work 40 or more hours a week -make almost 10,000 to 50,000 on a year salary - and make sure your car is running right!
You can't. You can FIX it. But not fox it. Try typing in FIX instead of FOX
cars are made of a plastic based tin/copper material
you can fix your car at a mechanic or if you are confident do it yourself
you pay money to a person at a car repair shop and they will fix your car
Use a protractor. There is no easy fix.
a man dog is a good type of metal
They are made of metal. Steel, aluminum, copper, magnesium, and other metals.
it looks like engine turned metal like on dashboards of old cars.
To fix a loose vacuum hose on a 2002 GMC Envoy, it can be clamped with a small hose clamp. Use a metal clamp that can be adjusted to fit the small hose.