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EyeSpy 7 | Touch Wood
March 25, 2019 by Adam Malik

Missed an episode? Go to the EyeSpy homepage to get caught up. DO YOU HAVE EYESPY WORTHY PICTURES? If you have pictures of unbelievably creative DIY repairs that had you instantly reaching for your camera [or phone] and you’d like

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EyeSpy 6 | Wheel Whepairs
February 5, 2019 by Adam Malik

Missed an episode? Go to the EyeSpy homepage to get caught up. DO YOU HAVE EYESPY WORTHY PICTURES? If you have pictures of unbelievably creative DIY repairs that had you instantly reaching for your camera [or phone] and you’d like

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EyeSpy 2: Rabbits and Rats and Snakes, Oh My!
April 10, 2018 by Allan Janssen

Missed an episode? Go to the EyeSpy homepage to get caught up. DO YOU HAVE EYESPY WORTHY PICTURES?   If you have pictures of unbelievably creative DIY repairs that had you instantly reaching for your camera [or phone] and you’d like to share it

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EYE SPY: Bottoms up!
August 25, 2015 by Allan Janssen

Bottoms up!   Blake Laidlaw of Hockey’s Automotive in Atwood, Ont. found an unusual dust cap on one of the wheels of this 2000 Ford F-250. As you can see, the customer improvised with the bottom of a 1-liter plastic

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EYE SPY: Jugging along
October 15, 2014 by CARS Magazine

This vehicle came into the Kal-Tire in Cache Creek, B.C., and the owner requested a quote for steering components.

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Eye Spy: Rejected repairs
February 14, 2014 by CARS Magazine

When the owner of this 1999 Ford Explorer pulled into a Blaskin & Lane Tire Centre in Calgary, all he wanted was a wheel alignment.

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Eye Spy: Bungee steering
October 8, 2013 by CARS Magazine

The owner of this Chevrolet Tahoe came in to Fort Gasland Hart Transmission in Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. with steering issues. He explained to technician, Ed Cender that when turning corners was difficult, and that it wasnt working as it should.

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EYE SPY: Backwards brakes
March 7, 2013 by CARS Magazine

After performing his own brake install, this customer was concerned about an “unusual rubbing noise.” We’re surprised that was his only concern!