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When installing this exhaust system make sure to use proper safety precautions. Use jack stands when working under the vehicle, set parking brake, block tires and use safety glasses and gloves. Allow exhaust to cool before attempting installation. Severe injury or burns could occur if safety measures are not taken. SUGGESTED TOOLS: 1/2”, 9/16” 15mm wrenches & sockets, WD-40, hacksaw, jack stands. 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable before removal of OEM exhaust. This will allow the computer to reset and recognize the new exhaust. Lay out the exhaust on the floor so it looks like the drawing and compare parts with manual. 2. To remove the stock exhaust, remove it from the clamp in front of the muffler. Disengage the welded hangers using WD40 from the OEM rubber grommets. Do not damage or remove the rubber grommets as you will reuse them to mount your new system. • 09-12 models cut tailpipe before rear axle for removal. • 2013 5.7L Models un bolt your tailpipes before and after rear axle 3. Install Head Pipe #A onto your factory pipe. Insert welded hanger into factory rubber grommet. Use Clamp # G to secure. Do not tighten. 4. Install muffler #B onto head pipe #A 1½”-2”. Use a jack stand to support the muffler. Use clamp #G to secure the muffler to the headpipe. DO NOT TIGHTEN. 5. Non Factory Dual Exhaust. Install rubber grommet hanger # I onto the factory hanger at the rear of frame on Driver Side. 6. Remove spare tire to install tailpipes (Reference vehicle manual for removal of spare tire). Now install Driver side tailpipe #D into the muffler 1½-2”. Use clamp #H to secure tailpipe to muffler. DO NOT TIGHTEN. Insert welded hangers into rubber grommets. 7. Install Passenger side tailpipe #C into the muffler 1½-2”. Use clamp #H to secure tailpipe to muffler. DO NOT TIGHTEN. Insert welded hangers into rubber grommets.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Prevention Authority (IFPA) was created by an Act of the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 1995. This Act established IFPA as an independent Commonwealth agency whose sole purpose is to combat insurance fraud throughout the state.
RSL – 2701S 27” Desktop School Laminator 27” High Quality Roll Laminator in a compact tabletop design. Great to use for laminating, mounting, and encapsulating. The RSL-2701S features digital controls, reverse, and independently heated silicone rollers. • Optimized Performance Perfect for use by schools and most print and sign shops • Easy to Use Soft touch digital control panel on front makes it easy to laminate • Compact Design Designed with a small footprint for use in small work areas. The RSL-2701S is a high quality, economically priced thermal laminator specifically designed for users to easily and professionally finish sheets printed on thinner materials. Built for safety and ease of use, it is perfect for laminating and mounting posters and other graphics up to 27” wide as well as encapsulating graphics. It has a durable, sturdy frame construction and requires no assembly and minimal maintenance. Backed by 25 years of experience, the RSL-2701S is a smart option for today’s schools, print & sign shops.
As of 2008, 95 of Kentucky’s 120 counties were home to 782 licensed deferred deposit lenders—also known as payday lenders. Using national data on number, size and fees associated with loans as well as information on average fees in Kentucky, the Center for Responsible Lending estimates local impacts of payday loans on a county-bycounty basis (Table 3). High interest rate lending has a long history in Kentucky. During the early 1930’s “Kentucky represented one of the last bastions of boodle for the nefarious loan sharks… Kentucky [was] known as the Bankruptcy State and Louisville as the Bankruptcy Capital of America.” Kentucky passed the Small Loan Law in 1934 and brought an end to legalized loan sharking. Borrowers enjoyed protection from most predatory small loan products from 1934 until payday lending re-emerged in Kentucky in 1992. The payday lending industry operated in the Commonwealth without the benefit of enabling legislation until 1998. In 1998 the General Assembly legalized deferred deposit transactions and freed the payday lending industry from the constraints of usury statutes.
The term “payday loan” describes a small, unsecured short-term loan the repayment of which is to occur on the borrower’s next payday. A borrower typically writes a post-dated personal check to the lender in the full amount of the loan plus fees. On the maturity date, if the borrower does not return to repay the loan, the lender cashes the check. Alternatively, the borrower may authorize the lender to electronically withdraw the loan amount plus fees from the borrower’s checking account on the borrower’s next payday. This is often the case when a borrower applies for the loan via the Internet. Payday lending has generated a great deal of controversy over the years, the core issues being the high cost of these loans (in terms of interest rate and fees) and the tendency of borrowers to repeatedly renew the loans. But the payday lending industry has countered that making these loans available provides a valuable service for a number of consumers. Payday lending expanded in Ohio following 1996 legislation authorizing check-cashing businesses to make small loans. In 2008, the General Assembly enacted, and the state’s voters approved, legislation repealing this authority and establishing the Short-Term Loan Law. But no businesses are currently licensed under the new law, as lenders have opted to make payday-type loans under Ohio’s Mortgage Loan Law or Small Loan Law. However, a late 2012 decision of an Ohio Court of Appeals, affirming the Elyria Municipal Court, has challenged lenders’ authority to make payday-type loans under the Mortgage Loan Law.
The hash symbol was often used in information technology to highlight a special meaning. In 1970 for example, the hash symbol was used to denote immediate address mode in the assembly language of the PDP-11 when placed next to a symbol or a number. In 1978, Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie used # in the C programming language for special keywords that had to be processed first by the C pre-processor.
Test Report Power scythe STIHL FH Test number: 4474 Owner of the test certificate: Andreas Stihl AG & Co. KG D-71307 Waiblingen Postfach 1771 www.stihl.de Application field Tool with double-sided blade for cutting grass and scrub up to 2.5 cm diameter. Recommended in situations where the danger of flying objects needs to be reduced. Tool can only be used with the suitable engines provided by the manufacturer. Test item Hazard to surroundings Test result Very low, no rotational movement. The working principle is based on translational movements, which prevent kick-back and obviate the risk of flying objects (cuttings, stones, pieces of glass and metal). Handling Good, 135° variable blades with lockable points, so tool can be adjusted to suit the ground conditions and the engine angle. The blade can be folded towards the handle for transport. Cutting performance Very good cutting performance in scrub with hard stems. Reduced performance in short or thin grass and when cutting trailing plants. Assembly Simple, when used as an attachment the tool is clamped to the handle (2 screws); when used as a combi-tool, the cutter connects to the shaft of the engine. The angle is adjusted in fixed positions. Sharpening Requires special sharpening equipment. Occasional manual sharpening using a file is possible. Work safety GS-tested by TÜV-test centre Product Service (in combination with STIHL combi-engines and clearing saws) Description: Double-sided tool, comprising a gearing case, adjustable shaft connection and reciprocating blades. The tool can be used in combination with the following Stihl engines: As attachment FH for the brushcutters STIHL FS 85/R, FS 90/R, FS 100/R and FS 130/R As combitool FH-KM for the combi-engines STIHL KM 55/R, KM 85/R, KM 90/R, KM 100/R, KM 130/R and the backpack brushcutters FR 85 T and FR 130 T
The installation of the APR FSI Fuel Pump onto any VAG 2.0T FSI engine should be carried out using all of the factory recommended installation procedures and precautions. The notes, recommendations, and precautions in this document are intended as a supplement to those already provided by VAG. This entire document must be read and understood before attempting to install your APR FSI Fuel pump. WARNING: Direct Injection FSI fueling systems run at very high pressures. The pressure in the fuel lines must be relieved prior to removal of the fuel pump to prevent serious bodily injury. Please consult a factory-approved repair manual (i.e. Bentley manual) for the proper procedures and precautions.To ensure that your vehicle is ready for the installation of the APR FSI pump, you must be aware of the condition of the mechanical components that drive the pump in your 2.0T FSI equipped vehicle. This is critical to the operation and longevity of your vehicle and your APR FSI Fuel Pump. The high-pressure FSI fuel pump used in the 2.0T FSI equipped vehicles is mechanically driven by the intake camshaft and is therefore directly tied to the vehicle valve train assembly. In addition, there is a low-pressure feed pump at the fuel tank of your vehicle and a fuel filter with integral pressure-regulator that are important to the operation of the APR FSI pump. To add to the complexity, there are many auxiliary sensors and pressure relief valves that are all critical to the proper operation of the direct injection fueling system on your vehicle. It is the responsibility of the customer and/or the installer to ensure that all the vehicle components driving the FSI fuel pump are in good working order and are not in a state of excessive wear or failure prior to the installation of the APR pump. Volkswagen of America, Inc. has released a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) stating that there is a known problem concerning premature wear of the intake camshaft lobe and camshaft follower that drive the FSI high-pressure fuel pump. This wear has been known to cause fuel delivery issues and fuel rail pressure fluctuations. If this wear goes unchecked, wear can also begin on the base of the FSI high-pressure fuel pump. In some cases, this wear can result in a complete failure of the intake camshaft which may result in extensive damage to the engine valve train, head, and other related components. The published TSB describes the proper method for inspecting your vehicle for this type of wear and APR, LLC Tech Article “APR FSI Fuel Pump Installation Notes, Recommendations, and Precautions”;
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