Car wheel fitment guide : Loose the training wheels : Msr wheels 045.
Car Wheel Fitment Guide
- a wheel that has a tire and rim and hubcap; used to propel the car
- A type of wheel designed for use on cars
- A fixed item of furniture or piece of equipment, esp. in a house
- (Fitments) Built-in equipment such as the bath and stove.
- any of the items furnishing or equipping a room (especially built-in furniture); "she liked the kitchen fitments"
- Something that suits or fits; A thing fitted to another in order to accomplish a specific purpose; An item of permanent furniture or equipment; The act of furnishing with fitments; an instance of such an act; The categorisation of an employee, for the purpose of calculating salary or
- A professional mountain climber in charge of a group
- steer: direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
- usher: someone employed to conduct others
- A thing that helps someone to form an opinion or make a decision or calculation
- A person who advises or shows the way to others
- lead: take somebody somewhere; "We lead him to our chief"; "can you take me to the main entrance?"; "He conducted us to the palace"
car wheel fitment guide - Thule 9mm
Thule 9mm CG9 Premium Passenger Car Snow Chain, Size 097 (Sold in pairs)
Thule is proud to introduce their new line of innovative snow chains which are hand-made in Italy. The premium 9mm CG9 self-tensioning chain is ideal with limited space between the wheel and mechanical parts. These chains are safe for ABS/ESP systems and alloy wheels.
When the winter comes, Thule has the snow chains that get you there safely, easily and in style. Thule, known worldwide as a manufacturer of highly innovative automotive racks and accessories, is proud to offer the newest in their catalogue of winter gear. Thule's award-winning design team has worked extensively with the world's leading automobile manufacturers to re-engineer the standard snow chain. Tested in the Italian Alps, this line of snow chains is surefooted and safe, as well as remarkably easy to install and remove. To make sure you find the right chains for your tires, check the Thule Snow Chain Fitment Guide and find your tire size.
Anti-scratch bumpers lift the chain away from wheels.
Superior Engineering and Design
Thule snow chains are hand-made in Italy and are constructed of durable, hardened manganese nickel alloy steel. They feature dual-sided D-shaped links that provide exceptional traction and extend the life of the product. These snow chains utilize a patented self-centering and auto-tensioning system which adjusts itself for a perfect fit. Once the chains are wrapped around the tire, the installation process is completed when the vehicle is set in motion. As the wheels turn, the self-centering and auto-tensioning system activates and the chain tightens around the tire. This eliminates the need to exit your vehicle and brave the elements to re-adjust snow chains. For easier installation in the dark or during the day, all attachment points on the chains are color coded. Additionally, each set of Thule tire chains comes with a hard case, installation mat, pair of gloves, and spare links.
ensures a perfect fit.
Thule CG-9 - Ideal for Sub-Compact Cars
While offering the same patented self-tensioning and micro-regulation solution as other Thule snow chains, the Thule CG-9 is constructed with smaller sized 9mm D-link chain. This makes it the perfect match for sub-compact cars or for vehicles with limited space between the wheel and mechanical parts. Smaller links take up less room, ensuring that they will not bind or damage braking and steering components. They offer perfect compatibility with electronic braking and traction systems as well. These smaller links also enable the CG-9 to give superior driving comfort while still providing excellent traction in snow and ice. Additionally, the special anti-scratch nylon bumpers protect your investment by ensuring that the chains never actually come in contact with your wheels. Thule CG-9 is a perfect combination of design, technology and safety for your winter trips.
Tire size location.
How to Choose a Snow Chain that Fits Perfectly
To choose the right snow chain you must follow a few simple criteria. First, check your vehicle’s maintenance or owner’s manual to verify it contains no warnings advising against the fitting of snow chains on your particular vehicle. Once verified, take careful note of the three measurements on the side of the tire. The first number indicates the width, the second gives you the aspect ratio (sidewall height as percentage of width) and the third denotes the diameter of the wheel expressed in inches. Then click on the Thule Snow Chain Fitment Guide to choose the most suitable model and size for your vehicle.
1938 Jaguar SS100 19
In 1936, only five years after beginning production, SS Cars startled the motoring public with the Jaguar 2.5-liter saloon, the company’s first car to feature overhead valves. The engine was the robust seven-bearing, six-cylinder unit built by Standard, but with a new cylinder head designed by Harry Weslake and Bill Heynes. With 104 bhp, smoothly delivered, flowing lines, a gearbox which made the best of the power, and a new chassis, it was the model which made the company’s reputation. Jaguar was then only a model name, but it was adopted as the company’s name after “SS” had acquired unfortunate connotations during the war. If the Jaguar saloon epitomized excitement, it was as nothing compared to the Jaguar SS 100. No sports car better epitomizes the late 1930s, which is why it has been the model for so many modern “nostalgia” cars. It looked right from every angle and age has not withered its beauty. Every aspect was in harmony. Stone guards over the large headlights, the long louvered bonnet and large wire wheels were aggressive, yet the flowing lines were silkily feline. It has the grace of a prowling cat. At Brooklands in 1936 a tuned and lightened version lapped at 104.1 mph, but normally owners tended not to race them. Instead they appeared in the rallies, trials and sprints which formed the bulk of British motorsport and they were successful because of their superb power-to-weight ratio, gearbox, brakes and handling. They were great all-rounders. Chassis number 39030 was originally dispatched to Glovers, the early SS Jaguar dealers for Ripon on January 13, 1938. The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust, who have issued a Heritage Certificate for the car, record that it was originally delivered finished in lavender with blue trim. Purchased from Coys of Kensington in 1975, this beautiful example subsequently spent twenty years with a French enthusiast, before returning to home shores in the late 1990s. During its spell in France it underwent a comprehensive restoration by specialists Le Coq, in which the chassis and fittings were meticulously overhauled. The car comes with its original 3.5-liter engine and gearbox, although it is currently fitted with a competition power unit and uprated gearbox. These items were assembled in the vendor’s own workshops, specifically for competitive motoring and detail work included gas flowing of the cylinder head, the fitment of bronze liners to guides and conversion to use unleaded fuel. Further work was subsequently carried out to the suspension and shock absorbers as well as the gearbox by SS Jaguar specialists TRAC at a cost of over $6,400. Much attention was paid to detail, so that components such as the body tub and petrol tank were carefully and discreetly flexibly mounted to avoid damage on the arduous road rallies in which 39030 has become a competitor. By any usage, the SS 100 must be considered a true classic. It is rare, lovely, iconic, and best of all, enjoyable. Only 118 of these cars were ever built and yet so many still survive that it is a rare classic car gathering that doesn’t have at least one out for the day. Above all, they are cars that are used and enjoyed by their owners rather than being kept in hermetically-sealed display cases. And they are practical. Even with the original four-speed gearbox, the seven-bearing engine can stand long distances at modern highway speeds without undue risk. Speeds over 80 mph are not excessive, though one must bear in mind that the car will be brought to a stop with rod-operated drum brakes slowing narrow tires. This example is not particularly original in its detailing. One specialist noted incorrect chroming used on many pieces and substitutions of modern parts for some components. However, this car was restored to stand up to challenging secondary roads rather than straw-hatted concours scrutineers. The substitution of a competition-built engine (probably from a 3.5-liter Jaguar saloon) and a modern five-speed gearbox are in keeping with this intention, though the original drivetrain was included. If the new owner had the same intention of driving this car hard and enjoying its rugged power, then the price for this attractive, event-proven car was reasonable. It can easily be enjoyed for a season or two of vintage rallying and then cleaned up and sold, with very little net cost to the owner
Classic car wheels Seen at the United Way Car and Bike Show @ UPS Offices in Roswell, GA September 11, 2010
car wheel fitment guide
The Britax car seat travel cart is a convenient alternative when traveling through airports with your car seat and child in tow. Car seats attach effortlessly using the car seat latch connectors, the same connectors that secure your car seat tightly to your vehicle. When storing the Britax car seat travel cart, its compact fold allows it to fit into small spaces, including most airplane overhead compartments. With its durable steel frame design and easy-glide wheels, the Britax car seat travel cart can be used with children harnessed in car seats for short travel distances. The raised platform protects the car seat from contacting the ground, while the one-hand telescoping handle adjusts to fit any height caregiver. The Britax car seat travel cart accommodates all Britax convertibles and harnessed booster seats, and most other brands. No assembly required.