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Wheel Bearing Cover


wheel bearing cover
    wheel bearing
  • A bearing or bearing assembly located at each wheel allowing the wheel to spin around the axle with minimal wear and friction. Front wheel bearings are contained within the hub, and are sometimes integral to the hub. A wheel bearing set consists of an inner and outer bearing.
    cover
  • Put something such as a cloth or lid on top of or in front of (something) in order to protect or conceal it
  • Scatter a layer of loose material over (a surface, esp. a floor), leaving it completely obscured
  • blanket: bedding that keeps a person warm in bed; "he pulled the covers over his head and went to sleep"
  • screen: a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something; "a screen of trees afforded privacy"; "under cover of darkness"; "the brush provided a covert for game"; "the simplest concealment is to match perfectly the color of the background"
  • Envelop in a layer of something, esp. dirt
  • provide with a covering or cause to be covered; "cover her face with a handkerchief"; "cover the child with a blanket"; "cover the grave with flowers"
wheel bearing cover - E.R. Wagner
E.R. Wagner 3F08 3-1/2" Diameter Blue Polyurethane Tread/Gray Polyolefin Hub Wheel Medium Duty Institutional Swivel Plate Caster with Dust Cover, 3-3/4" Length X 2-3/4" Width Plate, 250 lbs Capacity Range, Delrin Wheel Bearing
E.R. Wagner 3F08 3-1/2" Diameter Blue Polyurethane Tread/Gray Polyolefin Hub Wheel Medium Duty Institutional Swivel Plate Caster with Dust Cover, 3-3/4" Length X 2-3/4" Width Plate, 250 lbs Capacity Range, Delrin Wheel Bearing
E.R. Wagner Casters & Wheels manufactures the highest quality products for a broad range of applications and markets, including industrial, commercial, institutional, food service, health care, and other specialized areas. We do more than manufacture quality casters, wheels, and accessories; we develop ways to make them last longer and perform better. Our engineers employ the latest design and engineering technology to remain at the forefront of our industry. Most metal stamping, forming, and product assembly is performed in house to ensure exacting quality standards are met. Further, our casters and wheels meet guidelines established by the Institute of Caster and Wheel Manufacturers (ICWM) and are NSF certified where applicable. The E.R. Wagner Casters & Wheels difference is marked by a 48-year tradition of incredibly high standards, exceptional quality, knowledgeable staff, and on-time delivery. We endeavor to do more than satisfy; we are driven to exceed expectations.

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SPEEDWAY PACEMAKER TETHER CAR 12
SPEEDWAY PACEMAKER TETHER CAR 12
arly model original "Speedway Pacemarker" tether car powered by a Hornet .60 ignition engine. The Pacemaker was designed by Joe Olender of Indianapolis, IN. Joe wanted to introduce a semi-custom car for the racer who wanted to be competitive without having to build a light weight car from scratch. Joe commissioned The Standard Machine Works out of Indy to produce the car in 1947. To achieve light weight, the car featured a magnesium pan, a laminated Bakelite body and Bakelite rear wheel bearing covers. The Pacemaker came fully equipped with tail skid, tether brackets, coil with Bakelite mount, condenser, switch, fuel tank, bridle and battery strap. The two most unique features of the Pacemaker other than its light weight construction, are the "air-ram" special fuel tank and the extra long crankshaft for the Hornet and McCoy engines to accommodate the special flywheel and pinion gear. There were two versions of the Pacemaker, the early models have a brass bowed grille, later model featured a slotted sheet aluminum grille. There were 150 of the Speedway Pacemaker produced which does not make the car extremely rare but this particular car is a complete unmolested correct survivor. It appears the car has been run. Nothing has been clean up. Completely wired. Tires are still pliable. The hand painted numbers and graphics are starting to show ware. Overall length is 15 7/8", wheelbase is 10 3/8", track is 5 1/4". Pretty darn nice car for being around for 63 years. Sold for $2,851 on eBay
Mendocino Prayer Wheels Album
Mendocino Prayer Wheels Album
A few days ago I unpacked a photo album from storage which is my record of an installation I made on the Mendocino Headlands in July 1983. I am glad I caught it now because some of the photos are borderline now and the album pages are not in good shape. I must restore the whole thing. Here is my first digital record - made this morning by photographing the pages of the album. I will explain it all, page by page with captions. This may take several days. The art on the cover is a woodblock carved by Thomas Rood. I did not know him at the time, he had just visited Mendocino. After seeing the Mendocino Prayer Wheels he carved the woodblock. I was working at Black Bear Press at the time and running the hand-set letter press. So I was able to print the block. I also letter pressed the other printed words in this album. Later Thomas Rood moved the Mendocino and had a fine little studio in town and carved wood sculpture as well as made fabulous large wood block art. Most of these photos were taken by me - all of them before the installation were taken with my camera. Photos after the installation are a compilation of mine, some by Cindy Frank, some by one or two others who I don't recall now. I wonder if there are any by Nick Wilson, who has documented so much of what has happened in Mendocino over all these years. (Niki or Molly, if you see this you can ask Nick if he wants to claim credit if any of his are here. OK?) Now to begin -

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