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Life After Death For Your Wheelie Bin

24th August 2011
Wheelie bins are made from plastic using a process known as injection moulding, the two main elements which are the head and body will be formed separately, and additional parts such as wheels, axle and hinges will of course be added to make a fully funct... Read >
Author: Simon Maddocks

Determining on the Accurate Caravan Mover

07th April 2011
So you've arrived at your favourite campsite and all that's left to do is position your caravan into place new york movers. Sounds uncomplicated doesn't it? When in straightforward truth maneuvering a caravan into a tight spot with precision can be defini... Read >
Author: Santiago Elliott

Trike axle design

11th February 2011
The popular axle of choice for the majority of home builders is the unpretentious Reliant axle. Reliant axles come in 3 popular ratios; 3.23:1, 2.82:1 and 3.5:1 Commonest of these being the 3.23:1, which can be identified by the letter A stamped into th... Read >
Author: vmaxnick

GoJak Dollies

20th October 2010
I have come to find out that the Gojak Dollies are a wonderful device that is really practical for car collectors,auto lovers, weekend mechanics and automobile dealers. Unless you possess a tremendous auto garage, and If you are tired of jacking up every ... Read >
Author: Leslie Mazel

The Class of Semi truck models – Peterbilt Trucks

04th August 2010
Peterbilt is one of the world's largest manufacturers and also is having aggressive and efficient technical superiority in the units and models. This company is a subsidiary of PACCAR and the engine quality of the Peterbilt models are therefore considered... Read >
Author: hanna

Go Kart Frame - Selecting the Best One

30th July 2010
An extremely crucial component of a speedy and durable go kart is the chassis, also named the go kart frame. This item is one of the most essential components if you want to have good success on the race track. It requires a well-designed and soundly manu... Read >
Author: Joshua Hardingur

Go Kart Frame - Selecting the Best One

03rd February 2010
An extremely essential element of a high-speed and sturdy go kart is the go kart frame, also called the chassis. It takes a well-designed and sturdily constructed frame to keep your tires on the track while racing through crowded tight corners at top spee... Read >
Author: Joshua Hardingur

Buying a counterbalance forklift

27th October 2009
Counterbalanced forklift trucks have a heavy weight at the rear to counterbalance any weight the truck ends up carrying at the front, it is wise not to exceed the lifting capacity of the forklift as the counterbalance will not be heavy enough. Hence the n... Read >
Author: PaulWheater

Basic Tips on Scooter Wheels Tune-up to Make Them Safer

23rd September 2009
Kick scooters are getting very popular nowadays because of their superior mobility and easy maneuverability. These scooters are also fashionable and cheaper to maintain than motorcycles or bikes. There are lots of kick scooter models available today so fi... Read >
Author: MatthewRunnymead

History of the Jeep CJ7 - The "Perfect" Jeep

10th September 2009
The Jeep CJ7 was first produced in 1976. Redesigned from the frame up, the new CJ was much more practical for "civilian" use than any of its predecessors. The now fully boxed frame not only provided superior strength, but was also widened to increase stab... Read >
Author: Gary Haiji

How to build a wooden go cart

05th April 2009
A go cart is a handy and useful thing to have. Best go carts are of course made of wood. It's a good thing to know how to build a a go cart, and how to build a wooden go cart in particular. Go carts are used for transportation. This is why there are 3 mai... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Simplicity Vacuum Cleaner Reviews

04th February 2008
For domestic use, Simplicity sells uprights and canisters. While not as popular as other brands, Simplicity vacuum cleaners are known for their build quality and great suction power. These, American-built machines surprise many by some features they have ... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Maintaining your Road Bike. Some simple rules to follow.

04th October 2006
As every one knows a bike that is kept clean and tidy will work much better than one that is dirty. However before your proceed to carry out any maintenance on your road bike you should ensure that it is clean, but this does not mean just giving it a quic... Read >
Author: Allison Thompson
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