It’s time for a How-To Article! This time I put an article for a gear oil change tutorial. Gear oil can be used for four-wheel differentials of many kinds of cars. So, if you were looking for an article or tutorial on How To Change Differential Oil in Subaru or 2003 Subaru Forester to be more exact, then you came to the right place. Since I didn’t have the pump, I used a funnel with a hose (or tube) to fill the gear oil back into the differential. Of course there is not enough space in the back and under the car to be able to properly fit the funnel. So I had to compromise ;) I drilled a hole under the spare tire which made everything work out like a piece of cake. Make sure to read the whole tutorial before jumping into it, so you know for sure that you have everything that is needed for your differential’s gear oil change. So, let’s begin with the tutorial… Continue reading →
So, guess what happened recently… yep… the kitchen faucet started leaking for at least couple of days now. The leak began to expand and the little kitchen rag was not enough anymore to take care of the leak, so it got annoying and I had to take the faucet apart to find out the problem. And since in this blog I also write Do-It-Yourself and How-To Tutorials, I decided to write this one just in case someone out there might need some help. The Faucet that I’ll be writing about is Forte® Single-Control Kitchen Sink Faucet with Escutcheon, Sidespray, and Lever Handle (Part Number K-10412), and if you would like to buy this faucet just click on its name or on its picture to the right.
We had this faucet for two, three, or more years now, I don’t remember for sure. Our faucet is made by KOHLER® company and I like this company the most out of all other faucet and sink companies, because I worked for a counter top making company and I had to deal with many different sinks and faucets. Yes, in my opinion KOHLER® brand is the best for sinks, toilets, and faucets because of their quality and looks. Continue reading →