Nate's Precision is a preferred business with CarBuyer Advisor and was proud to have been featured on their video serious.
LISTING INFORMATION: Owner Nate Jensen has been working on cars since the age of 14. With over 10 years General Motors training and certifications Nate Opened Nate's Precision in June of 2007. Since then his work has been featured on the cover of numerous Off-Road and Four Wheel Drive publications. Reno is home of one of the finest custom Off-Road facilities in the Nation. Drop by and take a look you'll be amazed at the quality and workmanship.
Whether you are a weekend warrior or a serious rock crawler, Nate's Precision has what you are looking for. From scheduled maintenance to Custom Roll Bars, Lift Kits, Custom Suspension Designs, One of a Kind Bumper assemblies to Custom Fuel Cell design and installation.
Another great job by the Nate's Precision team on my 2009 Chevy Silverado 2500 the Storm Trooper. - Jack
Nate's did an amazing job on my Chevy Colorado conversion and I knew then that i would never need another Jeep for trails.
Car Exterior care tips include:
1. Protect car paint from the sun: Paint does more than make your vehicle look great. It’s also the first line of defense against rusted body panels. Of course, the best way to protect the paint is to park the car in a garage. If that is not possible, park in the shade or purchase a car cover. The sun’s ultraviolet rays break down paint and cause it to fade. Some car covers protect your car from more than sun, moisture, bird droppings, and dust — they also have a thin layer of cushioning that will guard against light impact, such as from a tipped bicycle or small falling tree branch.
2. Touch up nicks sooner rather than later Touch-up paint won’t adhere well to rust. So be sure to keep some matching touch-up paint on hand so you can touch up any minor nicks, often found around door edges, before rust has a chance to form.
Let's talk about air conditioning service and repair issues. Most of us we don't give our air conditioning a second thought as long as it's making cold air. But it's a complex and expensive system that we should think about before it starts blowing hot air in the summer months.
You've probably noticed a bunch of warning lights on your dash when you start your engine. They flash on to test the circuits and then go off if everything's OK. One of the warning lights looks like a car battery. Its job is to tell you if your battery's not charging properly.
When your check engine lights comes on, you may be torn between utter panic and just wanting to ignore it and hope it goes away. That's perfectly understandable. That same check engine light could come on for anything from a serious engine or transmission problem all the way down to a loose gas cap.