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    balancer
  • an acrobat who balances himself in difficult positions
  • Balancer are a hybrid breed of beef cattle, a combination of Gelbvieh and Angus. These cattle are bred for their hybrid vigour, resulting in a higher growth rate and better quality meat.
  • halter: either of the rudimentary hind wings of dipterous insects; used for maintaining equilibrium during flight
    coats
  • (of a substance) Form a covering to
  • (coat) coating: a thin layer covering something; "a second coat of paint"
  • Provide with a layer or covering of something; apply a coat to
  • put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface; "coat the cake with chocolate"
  • (coat) an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
    wheel
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering
  • Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
  • a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
  • change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
    parts
  • Cause to divide or move apart, leaving a central space
  • the local environment; "he hasn't been seen around these parts in years"
  • (part) separate: go one's own way; move apart; "The friends separated after the party"
  • (part) something determined in relation to something that includes it; "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"; "I read a portion of the manuscript"; "the smaller component is hard to reach"; "the animal constituent of plankton"
  • (of two things) Move away from each other
  • Divide to leave a central space
coats wheel balancer parts - Eagle Mfg.
Eagle Mfg. Doohickey - Balancer Idle Lever & Spring Upgrade KAWASAKI KLR650
Eagle Mfg. Doohickey - Balancer Idle Lever & Spring Upgrade KAWASAKI KLR650
The Eagle Mfg. idle-shaft lever and spring replaces the weak stock unit that often fails on KLR 650 motorcycles. KLR650s have been known to have problems with the stock idle lever (doohickey) needed to keep tension on the balancer chain. There are weaknesses with both the stock spring and the stock idle lever. Failure of either part can destroy the engine. The Eagle Mfg. Doohickey solves this problem with a better design and by being made with stronger materials. KLR650s have been known to have problems with the stock idle lever (doohickey) needed to keep tension on the balancer chain. Failure of this part can destroy the engine. The Eagle Mfg. idle-shaft lever and spring replaces the weak stock unit. One-piece-design lever is Machined from 17-4PH hardened, stainless-steel to be incredibly strong. Includes stainless steel idle lever (doohickey) and two differing length coil springs (to fit all KLR650 years) Fits: KAWASAKI KLR650 1987-2011

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1949 Cadillac, Fins
1949 Cadillac, Fins
1949 Cadillac Series 62 Club Coupe The odometer in this 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Club Coupe reads 22,000 miles, though actual mileage based on inspection of wear on the pedals might indicate something closer to 30,000 or so. I bought this car about 2.5 years ago from the third owner, who only had it for a year. He was into Exner Chryslers and Buicks and didn’t have time for this car. Working with Jason Thomas at OC Studebaker, we have carefully replaced all the worn items and made the car roadworthy without impacting its highly original state. So all the expected parts have been replaced or rebuilt (brakes, rubber, fluid, hubs, lines, accessory drive, etc). This is a mostly original car that has been maintained and serviced. It sat for many years in storage, hence the low mileage. This car was covered in a column in an auto industry magazine, Automotive Design & Production. The magazine is read by people in the supplier base for the auto industry. It also appeared on ESPN Drive for a brief moment a couple of years ago. The car drives beautifully. Will cruise at 70+ mph. Can keep up OK with modern traffic, more or less. Interior Interior is original. Dash, door panels and door tops, seats, carpet, and in particular the headliner and duchess straps are all in excellent shape for such an old car. Heating system Heating system works beautifully. It will keep you toasty on a cold morning. Entire heating system rebuilt: •Main heater core. •Under-dash heater. •Two control valves. •Both under-seat heaters/fans. •All hoses. •New fresh air intake tubing. Radio •Original radio works, including the orange indicator light that tells you it’s on. •The tubes sound great warming up. •Rebuilt vacuum-assist power antenna. Manuals •Original owners manual in glovebox. •Original brochures. •Also, I have a reproduction of the original service manual. Paint and Exterior Paint appears to be mostly original, though the car may have had a partial lacquer respray on the front at some point. Not perfect, but it’s lacquer and gets plenty of compliments for that fact alone. The car has a “patina” of wear, with paint “checking” on the hood. I am not interested in repainting the car, as I prefer to drive them. If the next owner wants a trailer queen, he’ll want to paint her. I’m not going to do it. Original glass. Some of the chrome appears to have been redone over the years. Suspension/Brakes The car brakes and steers well, rides well. Tracks straight at 60 mph. New and rebuilt suspension and brakes: •Brakes and brake lines. •Hubs. •Rear suspension bolts/rubber. •Installed correct steering idler arm. Wheels •Two sets of wheels. •The period Cadillac wire wheels with WWW bias plies look fantastic and are in great shape. •Car also has a full set of powder-coated Cadillac steel wheels and hubcaps, ready for radials. •Spare is a brand-new Goodyear radial on a steel wheel. Fuel System •Gas tank pulled, cleaned, resealed. •Plus, new sending unit/fuel pump. •New fuel line. Powertrain/Electrics Most work has been put into the suspension/brakes and the powertrain. Upper Intake Due to varnishing and other problems, the entire upper intake was rebuilt/replaced. Car now breathes very well and makes good power. •Carb was a heavily varnished original. •Original manifold was cracked, and was replaced. •Manifold breather cleaned and reinstalled. •All upper intake was rebuilt/replaced. Accessory Drive All front-end accessories have been redone: •Water pump (new, from All Cads). •Original 6V generator is rebuilt (matching Delco Remy numbers). •Belts. •Balancer. Cooling System •Radiator rebuilt. •Plus all new hoses. •Radiator top left in bare brass. •Car runs very cool. •(See above in Interior: entire heating system was rebuilt in conjunction with these repairs.) Electrics •Distributor rebuilt. •New ignition leads. •New battery, battery strap and cables. •All frayed ends of wire covering/wiring leads repaired. •Other notes. Wipers work, fog lights work, trunk light works, interior lighting works. Exhaust •Period style dual exhaust. •In excellent condition and looks entirely appropriate, but is not quite stock. •The exhaust is quiet, with a subtle rumble. If the next owner doesn't like it, he can replace it. Grand National and Lakewood Country Club Meets Judged at Cadillac-La Salle Club Grand National in Orange, CA. Still need to replace one valve/rocker cover, which is from an early Fifties car and not correct. Car comes with the judge’s slip. The engine runs very well. Might want to remove and paint the rocker covers to help dress the engine compartment. Please note it has the original sticker on the inner trunk lid for jacking instructions. Also, the original roadside service card is extant under the hood, though six decades of life have rubbed off most of the printing. Nevertheless, it’s there. The car won an award at the Southern California Cadillac-La Salle Club meeting held at the Lakewood Country C
1949 Cadillac, CSI Miami Photo!
1949 Cadillac, CSI Miami Photo!
1949 Cadillac Series 62 Club Coupe The odometer in this 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Club Coupe reads 22,000 miles, though actual mileage based on inspection of wear on the pedals might indicate something closer to 30,000 or so. I bought this car about 2.5 years ago from the third owner, who only had it for a year. He was into Exner Chryslers and Buicks and didn’t have time for this car. Working with Jason Thomas at OC Studebaker, we have carefully replaced all the worn items and made the car roadworthy without impacting its highly original state. So all the expected parts have been replaced or rebuilt (brakes, rubber, fluid, hubs, lines, accessory drive, etc). This is a mostly original car that has been maintained and serviced. It sat for many years in storage, hence the low mileage. This car was covered in a column in an auto industry magazine, Automotive Design & Production. The magazine is read by people in the supplier base for the auto industry. It also appeared on ESPN Drive for a brief moment a couple of years ago. The car drives beautifully. Will cruise at 70+ mph. Can keep up OK with modern traffic, more or less. Interior Interior is original. Dash, door panels and door tops, seats, carpet, and in particular the headliner and duchess straps are all in excellent shape for such an old car. Heating system Heating system works beautifully. It will keep you toasty on a cold morning. Entire heating system rebuilt: •Main heater core. •Under-dash heater. •Two control valves. •Both under-seat heaters/fans. •All hoses. •New fresh air intake tubing. Radio •Original radio works, including the orange indicator light that tells you it’s on. •The tubes sound great warming up. •Rebuilt vacuum-assist power antenna. Manuals •Original owners manual in glovebox. •Original brochures. •Also, I have a reproduction of the original service manual. Paint and Exterior Paint appears to be mostly original, though the car may have had a partial lacquer respray on the front at some point. Not perfect, but it’s lacquer and gets plenty of compliments for that fact alone. The car has a “patina” of wear, with paint “checking” on the hood. I am not interested in repainting the car, as I prefer to drive them. If the next owner wants a trailer queen, he’ll want to paint her. I’m not going to do it. Original glass. Some of the chrome appears to have been redone over the years. Suspension/Brakes The car brakes and steers well, rides well. Tracks straight at 60 mph. New and rebuilt suspension and brakes: •Brakes and brake lines. •Hubs. •Rear suspension bolts/rubber. •Installed correct steering idler arm. Wheels •Two sets of wheels. •The period Cadillac wire wheels with WWW bias plies look fantastic and are in great shape. •Car also has a full set of powder-coated Cadillac steel wheels and hubcaps, ready for radials. •Spare is a brand-new Goodyear radial on a steel wheel. Fuel System •Gas tank pulled, cleaned, resealed. •Plus, new sending unit/fuel pump. •New fuel line. Powertrain/Electrics Most work has been put into the suspension/brakes and the powertrain. Upper Intake Due to varnishing and other problems, the entire upper intake was rebuilt/replaced. Car now breathes very well and makes good power. •Carb was a heavily varnished original. •Original manifold was cracked, and was replaced. •Manifold breather cleaned and reinstalled. •All upper intake was rebuilt/replaced. Accessory Drive All front-end accessories have been redone: •Water pump (new, from All Cads). •Original 6V generator is rebuilt (matching Delco Remy numbers). •Belts. •Balancer. Cooling System •Radiator rebuilt. •Plus all new hoses. •Radiator top left in bare brass. •Car runs very cool. •(See above in Interior: entire heating system was rebuilt in conjunction with these repairs.) Electrics •Distributor rebuilt. •New ignition leads. •New battery, battery strap and cables. •All frayed ends of wire covering/wiring leads repaired. •Other notes. Wipers work, fog lights work, trunk light works, interior lighting works. Exhaust •Period style dual exhaust. •In excellent condition and looks entirely appropriate, but is not quite stock. •The exhaust is quiet, with a subtle rumble. If the next owner doesn't like it, he can replace it. Grand National and Lakewood Country Club Meets Judged at Cadillac-La Salle Club Grand National in Orange, CA. Still need to replace one valve/rocker cover, which is from an early Fifties car and not correct. I have the judge’s slip. The engine runs very well. Might want to remove and paint the rocker covers to help dress the engine compartment. Please note it has the original sticker on the inner trunk lid for jacking instructions. Also, the original roadside service card is extant under the hood, though six decades of life have rubbed off most of the printing. Nevertheless, it’s there. The car won an award at the Southern California Cadillac-La Salle Club meeting held at the Lakewood Country Club. I

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