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Oz Wheel Caps
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
- change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
- 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
- Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
- steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering
- 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)
- Capital letters
- (cap) a tight-fitting headdress
- (cap) lie at the top of; "Snow capped the mountains"
- (cap) a top (as for a bottle)
- ounce: a unit of weight equal to one sixteenth of a pound or 16 drams or 28.349 grams
- Oz (aka Oz - A Rock 'n' Roll Road Movie also released as 20th Century Oz in United States) is a 1976 Australian film written, directed and co-produced by Chris Lofven.
- The ounce (abbreviated: oz, the old Italian word onza, now spelled oncia; apothecary symbol: ?) is a unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which are equal to approximately 28 grams.
oz wheel caps - Wheel Bearing
Wheel Bearing Grease Style: Cap. Wt.:16 oz, Pkg Tube, Price for 12 TUBs
L0220-004 Style: Cap. Wt.:16 oz, Pkg Tube, Price for 12 TUBs This item features: -Extreme pressure treated. -Long lasting. -Smooth, tacky, grease. -Color: Off-White. -Flash Point: 500.00 F. -Specific Gravity: 0.9600. -Chemical Compound: Petroleum Based. -Odor: Mineral Oil. -Physical Form: Paste or Gel. -Applications: Bearing. -Resistance: Water. -Type: Bearing Grease. -Style: Cap. Wt.:35''lb, Pkg Pail - Price is for 1 PAL, 35LB/PAL. Testing and approvals: -NLGI GC-LB Certified.. Material safety data sheets and specs: L0220-004 Wheel Bearing Grease.pdf L0220-006 Wheel Bearing Grease.pdf L0220-035 Wheel Bearing Grease.pdf
The attention of the motorcycle market moves eastward, toward the Czech Republic, a nation whose citizens have a great passion for motorcycles and proves the audience at the Brno circuit for the Motogp and Superbike. So much so that last year in Brno at the start as a wild card in the 125cc class there was a FGR, Czech motorcycle manufacturing company. Not a happy appearance to the local entrepreneur but a much more ambitious project: the production of a large displacement motorcycles. And when it comes to large displacement means and not in an absolute sense confronted with 125cc, because the engine in question is even 2.5 litres. Exact, 2500 engine! The bike on which assemble such a thruster is a naked, "extreme" naked "at this point, the FGR Midalu 2500 V6. V6 engine liquid-cooled four-stroke engine coupled to a six-speed gearbox with clutch anti hopping clutches, developed specially for the two wheels, the exact volume of 2442 cc, capable of unleashing ben Saleen S7 and a couple that exceeds the 200Nm, weighing just 107 kg. This project started in 2004 has seen involved the Government of the Czech Republic, which he supported after a careful market analysis is indispensable to obtain funding from the Ministry of industry and trade of the Czech Republic in 2005. It took three years to develop and implement this engine and the chassis was chosen among proposals for 45 engineers participating in a contest organized in 2010 from FGR and won by Stanislav Hanus. We arrived well in 2011 and FGR unveiled its massive creature: a naked that raises a lot of attention and curiosity, all still deserve. The bike has a slim and sleek despite maxi cubage of V6 around which was built a steel trellis frame that does not disdain of richiamanre the latest Ducati productions. To hold the weight the alloy swingarm is made from solid and shell is carbon (integrated into the Panel, capacity of 18,5 litres) whereas as regards the suspension fork and Ohlins provides mono, Brembo brakes and Oz the forged wheels. Interestingly the solution adopted for discharges, three on each side, placed towards the top of the CAP and bascosti by carbon protection unba harmonizes with the frame. Now we await the dynamic test bench and in production, scheduled for 2012, limited to six models. Unless jumps out of a lender that guarantees the full industrialization project. To lower the price, because the FGR Midalu 2500 V6 for the moment needs a cheque worth about $ 40,000.00. In the meantime, was presented with the Ducati Carbon AB Karel Abraham who deduttera in MotoGp this year L'attenzione del mercato motociclistico si sposta verso est, per la precisione verso la Repubblica Ceca, nazione i cui cittadini hanno una grande passione verso le motociclette e lo dimostra il pubblico presente al circuito di Brno per le tappe del Motomondiale e delle Superbike. Tanto che l'anno scorso proprio a Brno al via come wild card nella classe 125 c'era una FGR, azienda ceca costruttrice di motociclette. Non una apparizione tanto per far contento l'imprenditore locale ma uno dei punti di un progetto ben piu ambizioso: la produzione in serie di una moto di grossa cilindrata. E quando si parla di grossa cilindrata si intende in senso assoluto e non confrontata con una ottavo di litro, perche il motore in questione e addirittura di 2,5 litri. Esatto, 2500 di cilindrata! La moto sulla quale assemblare cotanto propulsore e una naked, “extreme naked” a questo punto, la FGR Midalu 2500 V6. Motore V6 quattro tempi raffreddato a liquido abbinato a un cambio a sei velocita con frizione anti saltellamento, sviluppato appositamente per le due ruote, dall'esatta cubatura di 2.442 cc in grado di sprigionare ben 240CV e una coppia che supera i 200Nm, dal peso di appena 107 kg. Questo progetto, iniziato nel 2004, ha visto coinvolto anche il Governo della Repubblica Ceca, che lo ha sovvenzionato dopo una attenta analisi di mercato indispensabile per ottenere il finanziamento del Ministero dell'Industria e Commercio della Repubblica Ceca nel 2005. Ci sono voluti poi tre anni per sviluppare e realizzare questo motore mentre il telaio e stato scelto tra le proposte di 45 ingegneri partecipanti a un concorso organizzato nel 2010 da FGR e vinto da Stanislav Hanus. Siamo arrivati cosi al 2011 e FGR ha svelato la sua massiccia creatura: una naked estrema che desta molta attenzione e curiosita, tutta ancora da meritare. La moto ha una linea snella e filante nonostante la maxi cubatura del V6 attorno al quale e stato costruito un telaio in traliccio d'acciaio che non disdegna di richiamanre le ultime produzioni Ducati. Per contenere il peso il forcellone e in lega leggera ricavato dal pieno e il serbatoio e in carbonio (integrato nel sottosella, capacita di 18,5 litri) mentre per quanto riguarda la ciclistica Ohlins fornisce la forcella ed il mono, Brembo i freni ed Oz i cerchi forgiati. Interessante la soluzione adottata per gli scarichi, tre per parte, sistemati ve
he Northern Cardinal or Redbird or Common Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) is a North American bird in the genus Cardinalis. It can be found in southern Canada, through the eastern United States from Maine to Texas and south through Mexico. It can also be found on the Big Island of Hawaii and on Oahu. It is found in woodlands, gardens, shrublands, and swamps. The Northern Cardinal is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 21 centimeters. It has a distinctive crest on the head and a mask on the face which is black in the male and gray in the female. The male is a vibrant red, while the female is a dull red-brown shade. The Northern Cardinal is mainly granivorous, but also feeds on insects and fruit. The male behaves territorially, marking out his territory with song. During courtship, the male feeds seed to the female beak-to-beak. A clutch of three to four eggs is laid, and two to four clutches are produced each year. It was once prized as a pet, but its sale as cage birds is now banned in the United States by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918. Contents [hide] 1 Taxonomy 2 Description 3 Distribution and habitat 4 Ecology 4.1 Song 4.2 Predators 4.3 Diet 4.4 Reproduction 5 Relationship with humans 6 References 7 External links  Taxonomy The Northern Cardinal is one of three birds in the genus Cardinalis and is included in the family Cardinalidae, which is made up of passerine birds found in North and South America. The Northern Cardinal was one of the many species originally described by Linnaeus in his 18th century work, Systema Naturae. It was initially included in the genus Loxia, which now contains only crossbills. In 1838, it was placed in the genus Cardinalis and given the scientific name Cardinalis virginianus, which means "Virginia Cardinal". In 1918, the scientific name was changed to Richmondena cardinalis to honor Charles Wallace Richmond, an American ornithologist. In 1983, the scientific name was changed again to Cardinalis cardinalis and the common name was changed to "Northern Cardinal", to avoid confusion with the seven other species also termed cardinals. The common name, as well as the scientific name, of the Northern Cardinal refers to the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church, who wear distinctive red robes and caps. The term "Northern" in the common name refers to its range, as it is the northernmost cardinal species.  Description The Northern Cardinal is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 20–23 cm (7.9–9.1 in) and a wingspan of 25–31 cm (9.8–12 in). It weighs about 45 g (1.6 oz). The male is slightly larger than the female. The male is a brilliant crimson red with a black face mask over the eyes, extending to the upper chest. The color is dullest on the back and wings. The female is fawn, with mostly grayish-brown tones and a slight reddish tint on the wings, the crest, and the tail feathers. The face mask of the female is gray to black and is less defined than that of the male. Both sexes possess prominent raised crests and bright coral-colored beaks. The beak is cone-shaped and strong. Young birds, both male and female, show the coloring similar to the adult female until the fall, when they molt and grow adult feathers. They are brown above and red-brown below, with brick-colored crest, forehead, wings, and tail. The legs and feet are a dark pink-brown. The iris of the eye is brown. The plumage color of the males is produced from carotenoid pigments in the diet. Coloration is produced from both red pigments and yellow carotenoid pigments. Northern Cardinal males possess the ability to metabolize carotenoid pigments to create plumage pigmentation of a color different from the ingested pigment. When fed only yellow pigments, males become a pale red color, rather than a yellow.  Distribution and habitat The Northern Cardinal is abundant across the eastern United States from Maine to Texas and in Canada in the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia. Its range extends west to the U.S.-Mexico border and south through Mexico to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, northern Guatemala, and northern Belize. It was introduced to Bermuda in 1700. It has also been introduced in Hawaii and southern California. Its natural habitat is woodlands, gardens, shrublands, and swamps. This bird is a permanent resident throughout its range, although it may relocate to avoid extreme weather or if food is scarce.  Ecology  Song The Northern Cardinal is a territorial song bird. The male sings in a loud, clear whistle from the top of a tree or another high location to defend his territory. He will chase off other males entering his territory. He may mistake his image on various reflective surfaces as an invading male, and will fight his reflection relentlessly. The Northern Cardinal learns its songs, and as a result t