Motor oil, beer, and charcoal-that's what real men are made of. A real man should be able to swap out the car's spark plugs and change its oil as his freshly caught fish smokes on open flame-all while shotgunning a beer. For how-to instructions on these and other equally manly activities, you need How to Back Up a Trailer. It's the ultimate guide to everything you better know how to do, like: Rotate your car's tires and change its brake pads; Swing a bat like a homerun hitter; Build and light a campfire during a rainstorm; Install an electrical outlet in your home; Tap a keg for the perfect beer flow. Read it. Learn it. Live it. With How to Back Up a Trailer, you'll never have to stop and ask for directions again.Let the mud dry partially, then flatten it with a sheetrock knife. The results wona#39;t be perfect, but nobody will notice if you dona#39;t point it out. To fix holes, youa#39;re going to have to make things worse before they get better. Cut out a section of drywallanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Back Up a Trailer|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2008-03-01|