Hyundai Santa Fe I with mileage: inevitable corrosion due to drainage and a very simple electrician
This mid-size crossover can now be found at a price of 350-400 thousand rubles. They say he has very reliable 6-cylinder engines, and all-wheel drive - like SUVs. The feature…

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Dangerous consumables: what is the difference between fake brake discs and pads from the original (part 1)
A motorist who saves money on the brakes of his car does not want to live for sure. Maybe he even wants to kill someone. This, of course, is a…

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The muscles of the world. Why, after 70 years, a descendant of the Land Rover Series I got an aluminum body again? (part 1)
In 1946, the outstanding British design engineer Maurice Wilkes began developing the Land Rover Series I. For many decades, this car will remain the most popular SUV in the world.…

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Dangerous consumables: what is the difference between fake brake discs and pads from the original (part 1)

A motorist who saves money on the brakes of his car does not want to live for sure. Maybe he even wants to kill someone. This, of course, is a last resort. If you’re lucky, you can get off easier: a crumpled car, a broken suspension, or just a slight startle. Do you think I’m greatly exaggerating? But no. Cheap brake discs and pads are really very different from the original parts. And how they will behave on the road, no one knows.
On the eye, on the touch and on the vernier caliper
We have already compared the original filters and their analogues. Now let’s move on to the equally important details – brake pads and discs. For comparison, take the original spare parts of the same Hyundai-Kia company and analogues of one company – the Chinese Miles. Let’s start with the blocks.
We have four sets of them: original pads 581012SA70, their analogue Miles with code E400055, original 581014LA00 and their analogue of the same company with code E100036. Continue reading

Dangerous filters: how to distinguish a fake from the original? (part 2)
Purely theoretically, the size of the oil filter is unimportant. The main thing that came up on the thread and landing surface. But there are much more important characteristics. For…

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Dangerous consumables: what is the difference between fake brake discs and pads from the original (part 2)
Now let's move on to the drives We have only two of them: the original Hyundai-Kia with the number 517120U000 and the Miles drive with the number K001254. Such wheels…

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Demon in the Rib: 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Ownership Experience (part 2)
The neck of the fuel tank, by the way, is conveniently located above the rear bumper strictly in the center, covered by a shield to which the number of the…

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5 reasons to buy and not buy Ford Fiesta Mk6 (part 2)
LOVE # 5: PRACTICE AND QUALITY OF THE SALON So is everything really bad? Not at all. Firstly, the owners in their reviews positively note both the build quality of…

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