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Today 10:58 AM
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I used to buy tires from TireRack - now SimpleTire (how can they do it?) by Jonas Schneider
For years, I have been buying tires from TireRack, opting to mount them and static balance them myself at home. This week, I called TireRack, to order a set of four passenger tires, where I picked a traction A, temperature A, and treadwear 400 tire, with load range 99 and speed W, where the price,...
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Yesterday 04:14 PM
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August 12th 19 07:07 PM
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2004 Nissan Xterra Steering gear box ball bearing size....? by Randall Shimizu
2004 Nissan Xterra Steering gear box ball bearing size....? I wanted to find out what size ball bearings my steering gear box uses before I take it apart...?
August 2nd 19 06:47 PM
by Randall Shimizu Go to last post
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Brake pedal goes half way & stops w/no fluid to front by Bob F
On 7/30/2019 5:05 PM, Home Guy wrote: > MeMe wrote: > > (...) > > Take it to rec.autos.tech. > Wow! All the completely off topic right wing "push your web page" CRAP you post here, and you have the gall to say that.
August 2nd 19 04:47 AM
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Simple. by [email protected]
World's Simplest Electric Train Youtube ; by AmazingScience ...It could work for electric cars too.
July 25th 19 10:40 PM
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using fuel pressure regulator that is wrong pressure? by [email protected]
A old vehicle had regulator 3 bar for standard engine and 3.3 bar for supercharged engine. It was an odd-size part, and Bosch no longer make it. Maybe a few sitting in a warehouse in Germany. There is one third-party copy part, but only with 3.3 bar pressure. Presumably the higher pressure would go...
July 6th 19 05:34 AM
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Does the macadem road surface have a great effect on tire wear? by Arlen G. Holder
Does the macadam road surface have a great effect on tire wear? <https://i.postimg.cc/KYXHVC3n/mount32.jpg> In a previous thread, we discussed tire wear on downhill slow speed (less nominally around 30mph) steering lock to steering lock twisties due to suspension geometries (e.g., camber scrub on...
June 29th 19 04:01 AM
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fast ethernet be needed in autonomous cars? by [email protected]
I came across this article https://www.cablinginstall.com/standards/article/16479645/marvell-to-acquire-multigig-ethernet-connectivity-specialist-aquantia Most interesting is the second paragraph. So if self-driving cars need 10 Gbps network, there must be some serious computer power involved.
June 29th 19 02:43 AM
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How would you run a lateral acceleration test in a vehicle on twisty roads at no more than 40mph? by Arlen G. Holder
How would you run a lateral acceleration test in a vehicle at slow speeds from 20mph to 30mph on twisty roads and at no more than 40mph? The issue is discussed in this repair thread: o Clare - are smaller car tires easier to balance than SUV tires? ...
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June 27th 19 02:20 PM
by Xeno Go to last post
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Michelin introduce puncture proof airless tire (video) by [email protected]
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June 22nd 19 06:15 PM
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Air conditioner high pressure tube leak by Jack Myers
Air conditioning season is not off to a good start this year. The high pressure line that is routed under the battery developed a pinhole leak. The tube showed signs of corrosion, probably caused by battery acid. I attempted a repair by cutting out a few inches of metal tubing and bridging across...
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June 20th 19 05:35 PM
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Clare - are smaller car tires easier to balance than SUV tires? by Arlen G. Holder
On Wed, 12 Jun 2019 21:37:49 -0400, Clare Snyder wrote: > Yes and no. The smaller tire has less total mass so a small amount > of weight has more effect than it would on a bigger tire - but it is > not as far from the center (shorter moment arm) so it has less effect. Thanks Clare as I never...
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June 19th 19 05:05 PM
by Kevin Bottorff[_3_] Go to last post
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Premature failure of ball joints and tire feathering by Vannessa
Hi I own a 97 f250 with a problem of a premature upper ball joint failure every 5000 KLM with outside tire feathering since new. The mechanics have not been able to solve this problem or could not bother to try. I need to replace the upper ball joint again an wonder other areas that I should be...
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June 13th 19 01:12 AM
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Ideas for a home alignment caster/camber wheel jig to lock to 14inch to 20 inch wheel rims by Arlen G. Holder
Asking for ideas from those who craft tools at home out of stock metal. o Who don't just put a magnetic camber gauge on the rim or rotor With a handful of vehicles coming due for routine caster, camber, and toe checks, I'm thinking of building a simple wheel jig to make it easier to lock the...
June 12th 19 07:36 PM
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New type of piston technology. by [email protected]
www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3755472/posts https://techxplore.com/news/2019-06-year-old-piston-reinvented-soft-flexible.html
June 8th 19 09:05 PM
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Belt dressing, pros and cons? by Micheal C. Jordan
What are the pros and cons, if any, to applying the spray-on belt dressings to a multi-vee belt? Does it get rid of a squeal? What is the liquid in the can, and how is it supposed to work? Lookinfor Bobsyour Uncle --
June 5th 19 05:59 PM
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What 3D CAD freeware might work well for this simple DXF style drawing? by Arlen G. Holder
Do you have experience with 3D CAD freeware on Windows to help advise me? o What 3D CAD freeware might work well for a simple DXF style drawing? <https://i.postimg.cc/fTGxCP62/camber01.jpg> The reason I ask is that, often, the expense of complex freeware packages is in learning multiple GUIs just...
June 1st 19 05:15 AM
by Arlen G. Holder Go to last post
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Electric car batteries can catch fire days after an accident. by [email protected]
www.arcamax.com/business/businessnews/s-2214488
May 31st 19 04:54 PM
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Rubbing the tire on the road, is it really mathematically simple? by micky
When I was in high school I was taught, or I read, that it's bad to turn the steering wheel when the car is not moving. It's hard on the front tires, wears out the tread, and one should be moving the car at least a little when turning the wheel. Did they say that? Do they still? I've been...
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May 29th 19 07:08 PM
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