Ssc Performance Wheels

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Security Chain Company Super Z6, SZ139, Cable Chain for Passenger Cars, Pickups & SUVs - Set of 2
Security Chain Company Super Z6, SZ139, Cable Chain for Passenger Cars, Pickups & SUVs - Set of 2
Super Z6 was designed by SCC for cars, trucks, and SUV's with restricted clearance around the drive tires. Based on SCC's experience with other products in the "Z" family, Super Z6 has one very special quality: it will operate in less than half of the space required by most cable chains and tire chains. Super Z6 requires only 6mm (1/4") of sidewall clearance to operate. The diagonal pattern provides constant traction, aggressive starting, stopping, cornering and ensures compatibility on vehicles equipped with traction control and electronically monitored brake systems. Traction coils, made from alloy steel are more durable than conventional tire or cable chains. A split outside cable with two fastening positions allows for easy installation without moving the vehicle, and there's no need to stop and retighten. Most cars, trucks and SUV's manufactured since the late 80's will have special clearance requirements. Don't be fooled by the appearance of the tire positioning on your vehicle. Traction products not only have to fit the tire, but must also fit within the space provided around the tires. Most issues are hidden from view as they are behind the tire near braces, suspension parts, strut housings, splash guards and fuel and brake lines. More information should be located in the owner's manual under chains, traction devices, tires or similar heading. It is important to select a traction product that is compatible with the minimum class assigned to your vehicle. The class assigned to your vehicle is based on the original tire and wheel size shown in your owner's manual. Using a different size tire may affect the chain's ability to operate properly. Some owner's manuals state that certain tire sizes do not provide enough clearnace to accommmodate winter traction products. The fact is, many of these vehicles can use SCC's Super Z6. Trying to measure the nearest obstruction under your vehicle could prove tricky.

The SCC Super Z6 SZ139 winter traction product offers superior performance for cars, pickups, and SUVs with very limited operating clearance around the drive tires. Be ready for winter driving with an innovative solution that is a step beyond traditional tire chains.
New Design
Based on the "Z" family of products, the Super Z6 is designed for vehicles with restricted clearance around the drive tires. The Super Z6 requires only 6.33 millimeters (.25 inches) of sidewall clearance to operate, less than half the space required by most cable and tire chains.

The Super Z6 installs quickly and easily. View installation guide.

Be prepared for driving this winter with Super Z6 traction systems.
A diagonal crossmember pattern provides better outstanding traction and durability than conventional chain systems.
Easy to Install
A split outside cable with two fastening positions allows for easy installation without moving the vehicle, so there's no need to stop and retighten. The traction coils are manufactured from alloy steel to increase the lifespan of the product. The Super Z6 is also designed to prevent scratching of alloy or high performance tire rims.
The Super Z6 is available to fit passenger cars, pickups, and SUV tire sizes. It offers a unique combination of performance and convenience features for every user, including a "designed-in" rubber tightener, better all-around traction performance than conventional tire chains or cables, and greater durability.
Designed for High Performance
The Super Z6 has better compatibility with anti-lock brakes, traction control, all-wheel drive, and other electronically monitored control systems so as not to interfere with the normal handling characteristics of your vehicle. The unique design also offers a low potential for damage to vehicle body and mechanical components, even when abused.
The Super Z6 SZ139 is designed for tires sized from approximately 195 to 335 millimeters. Check the manufacturer's website for the exact product to fit your tire size. Also check your owner's manual for clearance specifications before installing winter traction products.
What's in the Box
Chains, plastic gloves, one pair of rubber tensioners, durable, re-usable nylon bag, and clear, illustrated step-by-step installation and removal instructions.

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Asanka Gurusingha (Sri Lanka Cricket Palyer)
Asanka Gurusingha (Sri Lanka Cricket Palyer)
Asanka Pradeep Gurusinha who played a major role in Sri Lanka winning the World Cup in 1996 as a number three batsman, was the Observer Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year in 1985, the year he captained the unbeaten Nalanda College cricket team. Asanka Gurusinha - Observer Schoolboy Cricketer 1985 with the trophy that he won. He is now married and blessed with a son and daughter. Gurusinha was born on September 16th 1966 and from his young days, he took a great liking for cricket. He is a fine left-hand batsman and went on to captain Nalanda in the 56th ‘Battle of the Maroons’ in 1985. By then he had made his name well known as one of the most celebrated school cricketers in the island. He ‘made’ the national team on some of the foreign tours as well. Soon after his school days were over, he went on to represent Sri Lanka. At Nalanda, he had many successes and it was quite natural that he was picked for the coveted honour of Observer Schoolboy Cricketer of the year in 1985 and that opened up a big future for him in cricket. In 1984, he played under Roshan Mahanama for Nalanda. Mahanama won the Observer Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year award twice in 1983 and 1984. Then in 1985 Roshan Mahanama was a member in Gurusinha’s side. Gurusinha played a anchor role in the Battle of the Maroons in 1985 when he scored an unbeaten fluent century (100 n.o.). This valuable and aggressive century gave him the incentive to forge ahead. After his schooling, Gurusinha went on to play for the SSC and also for NCC. He didn’t stop at that. His illustrious international career started when he played in the 3rd Test against Pakistan in 1986 at Karachi. The Pakistan team was led by Imran Khan. ‘Gura’ started as a wicket-keeper, a role he took for a further two one-day series. He gradually established himself as a number three batsman too. Prior to playing in Test cricket, ‘Gura’ had the distinction of playing for the Board President’s XI against India in Colombo where he stroked a fine century in 1985, just after the Ananda - Nalanda Big Match encounter. In the first Test and ODI’s against Pakistan, Gurusinha showed his class, playing in the all important position of number three and was described by Simon Wilde of Cricket Info as the rock on which Sri Lanka batting was founded. When Gurusinha retired in 1996 after the World Cup, only Aravinda de Silva had made more Test hundreds with eight compared to Gurusinha’s seven. ‘Gura’ was also a useful part-time bowler. His 20 Test wickets included great players as Sunil Gavaskar, Michael Atherton, Dean Jones, Steve Waugh and Inzamam-ul-Haq. He enjoyed an eleven year international career, playing 41 Tests and 147 One-Day Internationals for Sri Lanka. He was a specialist batsman and one innings that will be remembered for ever is his performance in the 1996 World Cup that Sri Lanka won. In that tournament, Asanka Gurusinha was one of only six batsman to score more than 300 runs and his ultimately helped Sri Lanka to win the coveted Cup. Yet six months later, he was out of the team. After a bitter row with Sri Lankan captain Arjuna Ranatunga and the Sri Lankan cricket board. Gurusinha was dropped without explanation. This hurt Gurusinha and coach Dav Whatmore too got involved in the fracas and a big verbal battle ensued, with Gurusinha praising Whatmore as being the man responsible for Sri Lanka winning the World Cup in 1996 after taking charge of the team in 1995. Skipper Ranatunga was not agreeable to this. Ranatunga said Whatmore had little to do with the triumph. The wheels of success were in place long before Whatmore was recruited. The fiasco ended when Whatmore stepped down to accept a lucrative contract with Lancashire. Gurusinha meanwhile flew into Melbourne to take up his contract as captain-coach of North Melbourne. The left-handed batsman had four seasons at Ardeen Street where he struggled for motivation. He scored up to 500 runs but was not satisfied. His happiest moments - obviously when Sri Lanka won the 1996 World Cup defeating Australia in the final at Lahore. Sri Lanka’s team on that historic day comprised Arjuna Ranatunga (Capt.), Sanath Jayasuriya, Romesh Kaluwitharna, Asanka Gurusinha, Aravinda de Silva, Hashan Tillekeratne, Roshan Mahanama, Kumar Dharmasena, Chaminda Vaas, Muttiah Muralitharan and Promodaya Wickremasinghe. Australia batted first and made 240. Sri Lanka, after a disappointing start, losing openers Jayasuriya and Kaluwitharana for just 23 runs, recovered well. Asanka Gurusinha and Aravinda de Silva made it good totalling 130 for 3 wickets. Gurusinha batted with great authorities and made a valuable 65 runs but Aravinda de Silva batted delightfully and made 112 not out and that knock really paved the way for Sri Lanka’s fine victory. Gurusinha’s performances in the Tests and one day internationals are 41 Tests, 2452 runs, at an aggregate of 38.92, 7 centuries and 8 half centuries a best score 143, delivered 2
Performance Art at Bondi
Performance Art at Bondi
Performance art taking place at Bondi created by Andrew Baines. Malcolm Turnbull third from the left (former leader of the Opposition in Australia). This was an interesting specticle at Bondi last weekend at 7am. Some strange stuff happens down there in the morning but this was up there and all in the name of art.

ssc performance wheels
ssc performance wheels
Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger with included 75-amp battery clamps
This speed charger charges 12-volt batteries in less time than conventional chargers. It has a built-in microprocessor which senses battery and charging system status, adjusts charge rates, automatically shuts off when full charge is achieved, and diagnoses problems. The 15-amp fast charger monitors battery condition and adjusts the charge rate to prevent battery damage. It is ideal for car, truck, marine, RV, farm equipment, AGM, gel cell, and deep-cycle batteries. The 10-amp fast charger has a self-adjusting charge rate for everyday charging needs which keeps your battery in peak condition. The 2-amp slow charger charges small batteries and maintains large ones and charges motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile and lawn tractor batteries.

The Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger is a versatile, fast and efficient 12-volt battery charger/maintainer suitable for use with a variety of lead-acid battery types used in everything from tractors, motorcycles, stand-up PWCs and snowmobiles, to those found in cars, trucks, RVs and boats. It features fully automatic microprocessor control; automatic multi-stage charging allowing for ease of use; three charge rates: 2-amp, 10-amp and 15-amp; and the ability to choose the type of battery being charged. Additional features include a built-in voltage tester, a desulfation mode, a retractable handle and clamp/cable storage compartment.
Front side view of the Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger
Charge and maintain multiple battery types at 3 Amp levels.
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Fast, Automatic 12-Volt Battery Charging
By combining conventional battery charging technology with state-of-the-art circuitry, the Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger offers versatility, speed of charging and convenience rarely seen in a battery charger. The charger features an easy-to-use and monitor digital readout with selectable output current rates: 2-amp, 10-amp and 15-amp. The readout also allows for the selection of battery type being charged: standard, AGM or gel cell and provides real-time data on the actual percentage of a full charge that is stored and voltage present at the poles of a charging battery. All these features and data are heightened by the presence of a powerful microprocessor at the heart of the unit.
Back view of the Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger showing battery clamps and AC cord
Retractable handle & stowage area.
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Efficient multi-stage charging safely keeps batteries at optimal levels.
View larger. Estimated charge times using the Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger
Fast charging speeds across a variety of battery types.
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The microprocessor of the Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger monitors the attached battery's voltage level from the moment it is connected, using this ever-changing data to improve the charging system's multi-stage charging cycle. Multi-stage charging allows a battery charger to automatically cycle between a variety of charging phases including desulfation, bulk charging, absorption, monitoring, float mode and a minimal drip charge maintain mode when a connected battery again falls below a certain set level. The microprocessor collected data allows the SSC-1500A to more accurately measure the charging needs of a connected battery, resulting in quicker charge times and a lessened chance of damage due to overcharging.
2-Amp, 10-Amp and 15-Amp Charging Rates
An additional key to the speed with which the Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger works is its three available charging rates: 2-amp, 10-amp and 15-amp. By allowing users to choose the best rate for the right battery type and charging needed the SSC-1500A is better able to supply exactly the right level of charge, at the right time in the charging cycle to get quick results and maintain connected batteries at their proper levels. Details on the three available charging rates include:
15-Amp Fast Charge – Charge large batteries faster by feeding them more power, while your charger monitors battery condition and adjusts charge rate to prevent battery damage; for car, truck, marine, RV, farm equipment, AGM, gel cell and deep-cycle batteries.
10-Amp Fast Charge – A self-adjusting charge rate for everyday charging needs and keeping your battery in peak condition.
2-Amp Slow Charge – A gentle trickle charge rate for charging and maintaining small batteries; charges motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile and lawn tractor batteries.
Charger Type - Fully automatic microprocessor controlled
Output Voltage - 6V/12VDC, 3.6V/7.2VDC
Input Voltage - 120 VAC
Output Current Cont: 2A, 12A/30A
Output Engine Start: 100A
Output Wattage - 280W
Intput Current Cont: 0.9A/2.7A/3.9A
Dimensions - 7.59" H x 3.54" W x 9.68" D
Product Weight - 3.26 lbs.
RoHS Compliant - Yes
Retractable Carrying Handle - Yes (plastic)
Non-skid Features - Yes (4 small rubberized feet)
Storage Compartment for Battery Clamps and AC Cord - Yes
What's in the Box
Schumacher SSC-1500A Ship 'n Shore SpeedCharge Charger with included 75-amp battery clamps
User manual and warranty information (English and Spanish)
Five-Year Limited Warranty
Schumacher Electric Corporation (the "Manufacturer") warrants this battery charger / maintainer for five (5) years from the date of purchase at retail against defective material or workmanship that may occur under normal use and care. If your unit is not free from defective material or workmanship, Manufacturer's obligation under this warranty is solely to repair or replace your product with a new or reconditioned unit at the option of the Manufacturer. It is the obligation of the purchaser to forward the unit, along with proof of purchase and mailing charges prepaid to the Manufacturer or its authorized representatives in order for repair or replacement to occur.
About Schumacher Electric Corporation
Since 1947, Schumacher Electric Corporation has been leading change and driving performance to exceed its customers' expectations. Engineered patent pending technologies and award winning marketing allows Schumacher to be the brand of choice when it comes to portable power and battery charger/jump starter/maintainer/tester needs. Passion and commitment is the Schumacher way which shows, as they are NASCAR's official supplier for chargers, jump starters, and inverters.