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Ironmaster 75 lb Quick Lock Adjustable Dumbbell System
Ironmaster Quick-Lock Dumbell system is the latest generation of our adjustable dumbbells. You can quickly adjust each dumbbell from 5-75 lbs with our patented quick lock design in under 15 seconds! The base set includes the rack at no extra charge. Now you can have a complete set of free weight dumbbells at home that feel just like traditional dumbbells with no restrictions, rattling or safety concerns! Includes the full size stand that will also hold the 120 lb add on kit. Add-on kit available to go up to 120 lbs each dumbbell. Dimesnions are just 6.5" x 6.5" x 14.5" at the 75lb size. Heavy Duty - go ahead and drop them. No plastic or fragile parts!87% (7)
The latest generation of Ironmaster's adjustable dumbbells, the 75-pound Quick-Lock dumbbell system offers the versatility of 30 dumbbell pairs in the space of one. The system is built around a Quick-Lock handle design, which lets you add or remove plates with just a partial turn of the locking screws. That means you can easily adjust the dumbbells from 5 to 75 pounds in 2.5-pound increments, giving you a ton of weight combinations for both light toning exercises and heavy strengthening routines. The dumbbells also lock up tight--with no rattling or looseness--so they feel just like a traditional fixed-weight dumbbell. And thanks to the chrome-plated steel handles and knurled grips, the dumbbells are comfortable and secure in the hand, with no restrictions in the ways you can grip them.
The Ironmaster Quick-Lock dumbbell system includes a full-size stand that accommodates both the 75-pound dumbbells and the 120-pound add-on kit (sold separately). The stand is strong and compact at just 14.5 by 26 by 19 inches (W x H x D), and includes rubber leveling feet to keep things stable. Best of all, the heavy-duty dumbbells themselves measure only 14.5 by 6.5 by 6.5 inches--far less than a traditional set of two- or three-dozen dumbbells.
Crofton Bug (1959 - 1962)
Riverside Show & Go, 2009. The Crofton Line: "When Powell Crosley sold out his automotive interests in 1952 to Aerojet General, it was not the end of the line for the Crosley-designed vehicles. Between 1959 and 1962, a version of the unique Crosley Farm-O-Road was produced by Crofton Marine Engine Co. as the Crofton Bug for several years. The Farm-O-Road appeared as part of the Crosley line in 1950. This miniature Jeep was in keeping with Crosley's philosophy of offering minimum cost vehicles. With a wheelbase of only 63 inches and an overall length of 91.5 inches, it made a VW Beetle look huge. Crosley aimed the 1,000-pound vehicle at the small farmer, who could not afford both a car and a tractor. Crosley even offered accessories like plows, cultivators and harrows. After lying dormant for several years, W.B. Crofton, a successful GMC and Detroit Diesel products dealer saw a potential market for a small utility vehicle. He started producing a slightly modified version of the Farm-O-Road in San Diego, California called it, appropriately, the Crofton Bug. The minor modifications made to the Crosley design included an overall length increase to 105 inches for more load carrying capacity. Even though the Bug had a shipping weight of only 1,100 pounds, it was rated for a full half-ton payload capacity. While the early model retained the nearly horizontal steering wheel of the Farm-O-Road, it was changed to a more vertical attitude during the production run. Like wise, the Farm-O-Road's grille treatment of three large vertical oval openings was later changed to three columns. The center-mounted instrument panel was revised and presented less information than the one used on the Crosley version. For example, an electric fuel gauge was an option. The standard model came with very uncomfortable looking lowback seats, but for $20 more you could get a pair of deluxe high back seats. Power came from the venerable Crosley four-cylinder overhead cam engine. For the Bug, the rated horsepower was now 35 at 5200 r.p.m. up about 10 horses from the Crosley days. The displacement was still 44 c.i.d. Unlike the Crosleys that used a crash box to the bitter end, the Crofton had a three speed synchromesh unit. For $100.00 to $200.00 more, depending on the year, you could order a six speed compound transmission. The later Crofton catalogs also listed an optional 45 h.p. 53 c.i.d. unit for about $300.00 more. Crofton offered a rather unique warranty for the power plant. The engine, transmission and clutch would be completely overhauled at the factory for $12.50 for each month of ownership starting with the date it was delivered to the dealer. For example, overhaul of a year-old engine would run a mere $75.00. After one year, the cost was a flat $150.00. Initially the Crofton came in only one color, high-visibility yellow. However, because of customer demands, other colors like red, black, blue, green, gray, orange, tan, aqua, white and gold were offered for $20.00 more. The option list for the Croftons was rather extensive. It included such utility items as a tow bar, snowplow, trailer hitch, pintle hook, dual rear wheels, and a variety of different tires, towing eye power take-off unity, Powr-Lok differential and electric winch. If you wanted an upgrade version of the Bug, you order the "Brawny" Kit. With it you got the standard Bug plus the six-speed transmission, Powr-Lok differential, full crash pan, and 9.00 x 10 inch high flotation or 7.5 x10 inch cleated tires. In 1961, the Brawny Bug cost $1,800.00. While the Farm-O-Road had been aimed at the small farm market, Crofton went after the commercial user and sportsman. Advertisements show the Bug in use around golf courses, city parks and at airports. It was also a handy delivery vehicle in town or within large factories or warehouses. The Bug was also touted for use by postmen, parking meter coin collectors and utility meter readers. Crofton ads also expounded on how the Bug, especially the Brawny, was just the thing for campers and hunters, and at a 1,100 pounds was perfect to carry on your yacht for those trips onshore. Crofton also produced a much more industrial type unit, the Tug, based on Bug components. The Tug was essentially a platform on wheels with a drivers seat and steering wheel located at the very front behind a vertical front panel and windshield. The engine was located under a cover next to the driver. While still retaining the 63-inch wheelbase, it was 124 inches long and could carry a payload of 1,500 pounds. While most sources indicate that the Bug was discontinued after 1961 or 1962, Crofton catalogs as late as 1963 still show the Bug. These were probably leftover models. Somewhere between 200 and 250 Bugs were made. CROFTON BUG SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase 63 inches Overall length 105 inches Width 48 inches Height 59 inches Tread F/T 40 inches Weight 1,000 pounds springs Semi-elliptical leaf type Rear axle 5.38:11978 Raleigh SBDU Time Trial Special
serial no. SB 2208 Purchased on eBay on 11 December 2010 for $199 as a frameset. Back on the road 3 April 2011 Original condition evidencing little use but with a crease dent to the non-driveside top tube. An early example of the production SBDU Time Trial Special frameset, this is distinguished by: lack of bottle cage boss drillings non-threaded seat binder bolt ears non-standard decals with only Heron's Crest decals on head and seat tube with no other decals evident (or removed) including the SBDU chainstay stickers and believed to have been delivered as such lug lining and seat stay cap decoration from a SBDU brochure c. 1977: "753 Time Trials Special" Designed specifically for R.T.T.C type time trials, these frames are built from the lightest standard gauge of 753, and feature vertical dropouts with close clearance as standard. Brazing range from a gear stop on the chainstay to the full team set, being optional at the basic price. We prefer to build these to customer specification, and as the 753 Team Road, we are always happy to discuss individual requirements. The frame comes fitted with a Campagnolo Super Record headset. Front and rear Campagnolo short brake pivot bolts with recessed Alan nuts can be supplied fitted as an optional extra. Colours are Hot Red, Silver, Gold, Ice Green or Navy Blue. All TTs framesets take a 27 mm seat pillar" In 1979, a Time Trial Special frameset sold for ?188.65 Frame/Fork Material: Reynolds 753T double butted metric gauge, code 801, 0.3mm wall Braze ons: gear cable stop on chainstay, single cable guide on driveside bb top shell Drop outs: Campagnolo vertical TT rear and Campagnolo front, both drilled Bottom bracket: RGF Finish: Ice Green (original) with gold lug lining and seat cap decoration. Size: seat tube 58.4 cm (c to c), 60.5 cm (c to t) top tube 57.5 cm (c to c) Chain stay length: 40 cm (centre of spindle axle to centre of dropout) Angles: 75 head and 72.5 seat Fork rake: 1.45" Wheelbase: 98 cm/38.5" Bottom bracket height: 11” Rear spacing: 125 mm Lugs: Prugnat 62 with cut-outs and Vagner fork crown BB stampings: SB2208 60.5 Weight: bare frame/fork/headset: 4.8 lbs. built up: 16.6 lbs. Components Rims: Super Champion Medaille d'Or 28-hole rims (700c x 20mm, 265g) Hubs: 28-hole Campagnolo Super Record low-flange hubs, double-butted 15/17/15g. Sapim stainless spokes with alloy nipples radial-laced front and 3x rear and Campagnolo Record skewers. Tyres: Tufo Jet Pro 19mm sew ups. Bottom bracket: Campagnolo Super Record with titanium spindle Chainset: TA Criterium 180.0 with 56t TA chainring Pedals: Campagnolo Super Record Pista with titanium spindles, ALE alloy toeclips. Derailleur: Campagnolo 1st Gen. Super Record pat. 77 Derailleur lever: single Campagnolo Freewheel: Maillard 700 dural Course five-speed 13-14-15-16-17t Chain: Regina Extra SL Superleggera with hollow pins Brakes: Weinmann 500 with Mafac "Promotion" delrin bodied drilled levers and CLB alloy housing cables Headset: Campagnolo Super Record (original) Stem & handlebars: 3ttt 125mm stem with 3ttt Gimondi Superleggera 40cm 'bars, Benotto silver celotape up to brake levers only and Benotto plugs. Saddle: Concor Superleggera, alloy undercarriage Seat pin: Sakae Rinkyo Royal P1 Extra Super with titanium bolts 210 g.
The Minnesota Fats Vegas 8' Pool Table with slate features quality black vinyl laminate construction, Silver decorative accents, 1" diamond polished slate surface, Overall dimensions 99-1/2" x 55" x 31", Playfield dimensions 88" x 44", Extra wide 5-3/4" rails with inlaid sights, Ball storage tray, Polished chrome corner caps, Pedestal legs with 6" levelers, Professional grade wool and nylon blend cloth in traditional green, One year warranty against manufacturer defects, Accessories not included.Similar posts:
The Minnesota Fats Vegas 8-foot slate pool table features quality black vinyl laminate construction, silver decorative accents, 1-inch diamond polished slate surface, and pedestal legs with 6-inch levelers. The overall dimensions measure 99-1/2 by 55 by 31 inches and the playfield dimensions are 88 by 44 inches with extra wide 5-3/4-inch rails with inlaid sights. A ball storage tray, polished chrome corner caps, and professional grade wool and nylon blend cloth in traditional green are additional highlights. A one year warranty against manufacturer defects; accessories not included.
8-foot slate pool table
Quality black vinyl laminate construction
Silver decorative accents
Diamond-polished slate surface
Extra wide rails with inlaid sights
Ball storage tray
Polished chrome corner caps
Pedestal legs with 6" levelers
Professional grade wool and nylon blend cloth in traditional green
One year warranty against manufacturer defects
Accessories not included
Weight: 860 pounds
Dimensions: 99.5 by 55 by 31 inches (L x W x H)
Playing Surface: 88 by 44 inches (L x W)
Rail Width: 5.75 inches
Slate Height: 1 inch
Leg Levelers: 6 inches
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