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- a handwheel that is used for steering
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Whether car racing, airplane flying, motorcycle riding, or jet skiing, you can now maneuver your way through those interactive PS3 games with precision with the steering wheel from CTA Digital. This wheel gives you the feel of driving a vehicle instead of making sharp, erratic turns as you twist your PS3 Dualshock 3 wireless controller from side to side. Simple by inserting your controller through the back of the steering wheel you are ready to put the pedal to the metal and leave the competition in the dust. Package includes: • Steering wheel grip for PS3 Dualshock 3 wireless controller Instructions 1: Open the back hatch cover of the steering wheel by pressing the tab 2: Insert the PS3 Dualshock 3 wireless controller through into the wheel 3: Close the back hatch cover, hearing the tab snap closes shut 4: To remove the controller, press the tab unlocking the cover open and remove
An Ex-Mas Story - Part 2
-----Part 2----- Stan looked at his watch: 6:50 pm; ten minutes until the end of his shift. He glanced casually around as he snagged his coat from his locker and headed toward the back of the stockroom. Moving along the side wall, he came to the door leading outside to the area where the propane tanks that powered the company’s forklifts were stored. With one final quick look to make sure no managers were in sight, he slipped out the door into the alley that separated the store where he worked with the business beside it. Scanning the alley for any co-workers, his small dark eyes peered out from beneath a thick brow. His features lent him an almost Neanderthal like appearance that made people underestimate his intelligence. Convinced that he was alone, he let the door close and lock behind him. Normally the workers propped the door open when making a run for a fresh tank of propane . Forgetting to prop the door meant that they would have to walk around to the front of the store to get back in. Stan planned to use being locked out as an excuse, if he were ever caught sneaking out early. Convinced that he had made a clean get away, he shrugged on his coat against the light snow fall and headed toward the front of the store. He could see his car in the end parking spot just beyond the mouth of the alley. In the rush of holiday shoppers, he would hardly be noticed, and by the time his car left the lot, his shift would officially be over. He was in a good mood despite the throng of rude, pushy people that invaded his workplace every year. He planned on calling Stacey tonight, and if Jim was working, maybe offer to bring over a DVD and hang out. Stacey had not yet said ‘yes’ to going to the theater with him for a Christmas present, but she had not said ‘no’ either. She loved the play that was being shown in town, and he knew that her current boyfriend, Jim, could not afford tickets. His only worry now was actually coming up with the tickets once she did agree to go. He did not have the money to spend on something like this, but he was determined to get another shot with her. Jim knew what he was up to, and had warned him to stay away a couple of times before. Stan thought that Jim was mostly talk, and he really had nothing to fear from the guy. Besides, he thought that the holidays were a perfect time to make his move. She would be disappointed in what trivial things Jim could provide her this year, and he could swoop in to save Christmas. He suddenly got the feeling of being watched and looked up toward the mouth of the alley. He then noticed a tall figure wearing a long coat walking toward him, hands buried deep in his pockets. At first he thought it was a customer. He was about to tell the guy that customers were not allowed in the area behind the store, but hesitated as the man came closer. Piercing grey eyes bored into him from below a shaggy mop of light brown hair. His nose was narrow and pointed, almost like the muzzle of a fox. It was slightly crooked, as if once broken but not set correctly. Although the man in the trench coat had grown a beard, Stan recognized his face from the new set of pictures on Stacey’s MyBlog.com page. Jim looked furious as he stalked down the alley. Trying to cover his nervousness, Stan smiled as if the meeting were a happy accident. He had certainly not expected to see Jim here, and he had no doubts why he was here. “Well Hi, Jim.” Jim’s only response was a murderous glare, his grey eyes as cold and hard as granite. Stan hesitated, realizing his earlier assessment of the other man may have been wrong. In one quick motion that seemed born of practice, Jim grabbed Stan by the front of his jacket and, in a whirl of billowing trench coat, slammed him back against the wall of the store. Before Stan had time to react, Jim brought his fist up into Stan’s gut, knocking the wind out of him, causing him to double over. Stan began to crumple and slide down the wall. Jim grabbed Stan around the front of his collar and hauled him to his feet, pinning him against the side of the building. Stan shrank away from him as best he could, as if trying to steel himself against the next blow. While Stan was still trying to catch his breath, Jim roughly gripped Stan’s face in his hand, forcing him to look into the face that was mere inches from his own. “Just what the hell do you think you’re trying to pull, Stanley?” Jim growled, punctuating each sentence by shaking Stan roughly with the fist holding onto his jacket . “Did not I tell you to stay away from her? I’ve tolerated your bullshit this long because I thought you were a fairly harmless pest. Now you’ve gone too far.” Stan had finally recovered from the sudden attack and started trying to fight Jim off of him. Jim delivered a swift knee to the groin. With a strangled cry of agony, Stan stopped struggling. “Now you listen to me” Jim hissed. “This is your last warning. You stay the hell away from Stacey.
93 Citroen DS Recovery Truck
Probably unique Citroen Recovery Truck Citroen DS (1955-75) After an eighteen year developement the DS was unveiled at the 1955 Paris Motorshow, styled by Italian sculptor and industrial designer Flaminio Bertoni it had an aerodynamic body design and innovative technology, including hydro pneumatic self levelling suspension. Initially deemed expensive the DS was joined by a cheaper less technical ID model in 1957. The DS was third in the 1999 Car of the Century and during it's twenty year production sold nearly 1.5 million. In 1962 the DS received a more streamlined nose to increase the aerodynamic efficiency, still retaining the the round head lights. In 1967 a second restyle brought in the streamlined covered lights on this example. The design had a pair of lights under each cover, the inner set swivelled with the steering wheel to allow drivers to see hazards on turns, this was not allowed in the USA at the time so a version with four exposed fixed head lamps was made for the US market. Not sure of the engine on this model but the DS have had straight four engines of: 1911, 1985, 2175 and 2347cc Shot at the Enfield Pagaent 30.05.2010 Ref 55-93
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23-HP Briggs & Stratton ELS V-Twin Engine Provides long engine life with quiet operation and a smooth ride Quick-Response All-Wheel Steering Rear wheels move in parallel Quickens the response to turns and trimming Automatic Hydrostatic Transmission with Cruise Control Lets you control the speed for smooth adjustments Set the cruise control & enjoy the ride 46" Deep-Profile Design 3-Blade Cutting Deck Mulch, bag or side discharge at your convenience Electric Push Button Blade Engagement Eliminates the hassle of using a lever Height-Of-Cut Lever Fender mounted for convenient and easy adjustments Pivoting Cast Iron Front Axle Provides extended life and durability Comfort Features 13" Soft-Touch Steering Wheel Cup Holder Non-CARB Compliant - Not For Sale In CA Model Model Number: 7800545 Manufacturer: Snapper Engine Engine Brand: Briggs & Stratton ELS Twin Starting System: 12-Volt Key Start Battery Included: Included HP/CC: 23 HP/725 cc Fuel Tank Size: 2.8 Gallons Cycles: 4-Cycle Cylinders: 2 Cylinders Oil Filter: Yes Drive System: Hydrostatic Speeds: Variable Drive Wheels: Rear Wheels Maximum Speed: 5.6 Mph Maximum Reverse Speed: 3.5 Mph Wheels Front Tire Size: 15 x 6 Rear Tire Size: 20 x 8 Tire Type: Pneumatic Wheels Deck Cutting Options: 3-in-1 (Side-Discharge/Bag/Mulch) Material: Steel Construction: Stamped Blades: 3 Blades Positions: 7 Positions Cutting Height: 1.5 - 4 Inches Deck Lift System: Manual Engagement: PTO Electric Deck Drive: Belt Accessories Seat Type: High Back w/ Seat Springs Rear Bagger: Sold Separately Mulcher Kit: Sold Separately Headlights: Included Hour Meter: No Overview Weight: 618 Lbs. (280.32 kilograms) Dimensions: 70L x 57W x 42.5H (177.80 x 144.78 x 107.95 cm) Consumer Warranty: 2 Years
The Snapper All Wheel Steer Lawn Tractor provides optimum maneuverability and efficiency. Unlike other tractors, the All Wheel Steer's front and rear wheels move together to cut along landscaping, reducing trimming time and providing professional results. The increased maneuverability also reduces the turf damage that traditional tractors can cause. With features that make operation as comfortable and easy as driving a car, the All Wheel Steer takes the "work" out of "yard work."
The All Wheel Steer
At a Glance:
Briggs & Stratton 23-gross-horsepower* Extended Life Series engine
46-inch mower deck with anti-scalp wheels to help reduce turf damage
Single foot control allows for easy direction changes without moving your foot
The wheels move in harmony to give you responsive handling. View larger.
All-wheel steering allows you to easily maneuver around complex landscaping.
Powerful Engine That's Built to Last
The All Wheel Steer comes equipped with a Briggs & Stratton 23-gross-horsepower* Extended Life Series engine. For dependable performance and long life, the engine boasts a spin-on oil filter, advanced debris management system, and Extended Life filtration system. For further reliability, full-pressure lubrication delivers smooth, consistent operation.
*All power levels are stated gross horsepower per SAE J1940, as rated by Briggs & Stratton.
The All Wheel Steer tractor offers features that make mowing easy. The single-pedal control allows you to switch from forward to reverse without moving your foot. Additionally, you are able to engage the blade with a push of a button and set the cruise control from the dash. You can also easily change the height of cut with the fender-mounted lever and select from six cutting heights.
Mower Deck with Anti-Scalping Wheels
The mower deck comes equipped with anti-scalping wheels to help prevent turf damage on uneven terrain--the deck removes for easy cleaning.
The All Wheel Steer is backed by a two-year limited warranty.
About Snapper--Smart Lawn Care
Snapper offers a complete line of residential lawn care equipment that's easy to own, easy to use, and easy to maintain. Whether your yard is large or small, Snapper mowers, snow throwers, and pressure washers have the smart designs and powerful components you need for dependable performance and professional results. Snapper. . . it just makes sense.
What's in the Box
Snapper All Wheel Steer Lawn Tractor and manual.
The All Wheel Steer is backed by a two-year limited warranty.