Loading a Grease Gun is a fairly simple task, but there are a few tricks that can make it easier. Whether it’s your first time using a grease gun, or you’ve already reloaded it but no grease is coming out, this video and step-by-step instructions will detail how to load and prime a grease gun.
Checking the ball joints on your vehicle is a simple process that can be accomplished with a jack, jack stands, flat head screwdriver, and a 2×4. Once the vehicle is jacked up you can manipulate the tire or ball joint to check for looseness.
What is the BEST grease for Polyurethane Bushings? DST has tested the most common greasing options and here are the results.
Thank You First Responders At DST, we know how lucky we are. From our amazing customers, to the joy of eating lunch by a pond surrounded by farm animals – we know that, in part, this is because of the safety we feel. This safety is provided by the first responders in our area. As […]
DST Installs a Steering Stabilizer on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK The DST team got the chance to install a Daystar Steering Stabilizer on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK so we picked up our tool box (and camera) and got to work. This article will chronicle our journey from stock steering stabilizer to Daystar steering […]
The Best Replacement Front Control Arm Bushings for your 2007-2014 Jeep Wrangler JK There are several brands that manufacture Front Control Arm Bushings for your 2007-2014 Jeep Wrangler JK. They range from complete replacement kits to individual bushings, depending on whether you want to poly out your suspension or quickly fix a broken piece. Some […]
How do you properly grease a ball joint? DST will provide some detailed instructions for lubricating a ball joint with or without a grease zerk fitting.
How To Grease Tie Rod Ends UPDATED: August 2019 A question we constantly get at DST is “How do I grease my Tie Rod Ends?” Some tie rod ends come with a grease zerk fitting installed and some are sealed from the factory with no easy avenue for lubrication. Here we will share some detailed […]
A complete guide to modifying stock motor mounts by making your own urethane motor mount inserts.
These are two of our Favorite Things If there are two things we like at DST, it’s cars and ‘splosions. So naturally, if we get a chance to combine the two it’s a company wide affair. A few weeks ago, our dreams came true as 4 pounds of Tannerite met our Ford Exploder… I mean […]