As cheap as new wheel cylinders are, rebuilding just isn't worth it. The rebuilt ones always seem to leak again in short order. They are your brakes after all. Oh and you forgot your rear brake hose at the shop.
It seems that the hardest part that folks have with a knuckle job is figuring out prooper preload on the wheel bearings and trunion bearings. If you spend some time discussing that, I assume it would be the highlight for most folks.
1. Swapping Ujoints manually (without going to driveshaft shop).
2. Proper driveshaft greasing techniques.
3. Installing CDL and doing 7pin mod on 80 series trucks.
4. Timing belt/water pump job on a 1HZ/1HD-T/1HD-FT
A little more obscure...but how about a video showing how to wire up a magic dial to operate ARB's/Harrop's and have the dash lights work.
Maybe too basic...but for many it maybe quite useful. A video on how to change all your fluids (Coolant, Engine, Trans, Xfer case & Diffs) along with recommended products weights and service intervals.
Finished up the 2UZ water pump and timing belt videos today. Also ordered a set of 80 series t-case gears to install when we get back from vacation in early April. Keep the ideas coming and I'll make them whenever we can get the jobs scheduled in.