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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.
Radiator Coolant Powertrain Control Module (PCM) A/C Service Ports Antilock Brake System Up- itter PDC Battery Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) INTERIOR COMPONENTS Integrated Trailer Brake Module (ITBM) Instrument Cluster Jack Storage Data Link Connector (DLC) Headliner Hands-free Module Police Dome Light Restraints EXTERIOR FEATURES Heated/Fold Away Mirror Reinforced Door Hinge RAMBox Option TOWING CAPACITY AND PAYLOAD Four-way/Seven-way Electrical Connector Locating Labels and Placards Vehicle Information Plus Vehicle Identi ication Number Vehicle Certi ication Label Vehicle Emissions Certi ication Label Tire and Loading Information Label Secondary Load Label
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Antiques or old furniture make a home more interesting and lift if from the hum-drum existence of a place to eat and sleep. Beautiful and interesting furniture and accessories create a center of interest on which the eye can dwell contemplatively, arousing memories and associations. A home should be interesting. The furnishings should express one’s own personality and tastes and not meekly follow the current fashions. Antiques and old furniture give a feeling of permanence and a link to the past. According to a U.S. Customs ruling in 1967, an antique is an item that is 100 years old or older. Until then, it had to be made prior to 1830. It may be further defined as having artistic merit, aesthetic appeal and not be a utilitarian object. Some definitions add that mechanically produced items that were made in large numbers will never be an antique. Furniture from different periods mix to create an interesting interior. The following are some general principles to guide you in combining different periods and styles of accessories and furniture successfully.
100% Jam Free Laminator High Performance Large Office Laminator For Heavy Use •Unique heated belt-driven technology for ultimate jam-proof laminating •The only laminator that allows instant changes between different pouches without heat-up or cool-down time •AutoLam pouch detection and speed adjustment automatically sets the optimum speed/heat combination •CleanMe auto-glue sensor alerts the user to clean the laminator belt if glue or dirt has built up •Accepts all pouch types up to 250 microns Unique features •2 year full warranty. SPECIFICATIONS Item Number Model Name Laminating mechanism Entry width Heat up time Temp adjustment Speed Max micron 5704201 Voyager A3 Belt drive 330mm 4mins AUTO 90cm/min 250micron ® FELLOWES Voyager A3 Unique Features Automatic pouch detection and speed adjustment ensures best laminating results Unique heated belt driven technology for ultimate jam free laminating Reduces the surface temperature of the laminator by up to 50% Allows user to open up the laminator to clean and maintain the rollers for consistent quality results Laminator switches to standby or mode off during periods of inactivity to reduce energy consumption.
Moderate production laminators Designed to encapsulate and mount prints from color printers and copiers, the Catena Series provides a simple way to finish your full-color digital output. These models all feature heated rollers. The Catina 65 and 105 can also run pressure-sensitive films in addition to thermal films. Catena 65 & 105 When productivity and profit count the most, the Catena 65 and 105 meet the requirements of your more demanding jobs. These larger units are able to handle a wider variety of applications including standard poster-sized prints. Catena 105 Catena 35 This compact laminator is designed to provide safe and convenient thermal lamination in offices and small print shops. Features and benefits Easy to use • LCD display indicates temperature, speed and Ready/Wait condition • Silicone rubber rollers ensure timely clean-up • Interlocking feed tray and magnetic safety shield provide safe operation • For safety and savings, AUTO-OFF powers down unit after two hours of non-use • The simple to use control panel allows the operator to make adjustments as needed for professionally laminated graphics Catena 65 Versatile • Designed for thermal (all models) and pressure-sensitive films (Catena 65 and 105) • Roller gap adjustment handles mounting boards up to 3/16" thick • Rewind shaft separates the pressure-sensitive release liner (Catena 65 and 105) Quality • Infrared heating coil distributes heat evenly and improves lamination quality • Microprocessor controls temperature and guarantees fast response time • Cooling fan ensures smooth, flat output • Will not interfere with electrical surroundings; no buzzing, humming or flickering lights Catena 35 Films and adhesives For best results use high-quality GBC® films and mounting adhesives • GBC Nap-Lam® ll Thermal film • Arctic® Pressure Sensitive film • GBC Digital Polyester film • Arctic Dura Mount adhesive • Octiva® thermal adhesive
VEHICLE EXTERIOR Lubricate top edge door seals Check tire pressures condition and tread depth 3. ENGINE COMPARTMENT Check battery condition, fill electrolyte, clean terminals Check and top up: brake, PAS and windshield washer fluid Check engine coolant level and freeze protection level Inspect drive belt(s) Replace engine oil and replace filter Replace pollen filter Replace air-cleaner elements - Supercharged Replace air-cleaner elements - Naturally Aspirated Replace brake fluid Replace Supercharger drive belt (if fitted) Replace spark plugs Replace accessory drive belt Replace engine coolant 4. Every 3 years Every 105,000 mi / 168,000 km Every 105,000 mi / 168,000 km Every 150,000 mi / 240,000 km Every 10 years UNDER VEHICLE Check for fluid leaks Check adjustment of electric park brake Check condition / operation of suspension and steering components, boots, and drive axles Check brake, fuel lines, PAS hoses and unions for correct routing and damage Remove road wheels; lubricate wheel centers Inspect for brake pad wear, caliper leaks and disc condition Install road wheels to opposite side of the vehicle – except uni-directional tires which install on same side Replace transfer case fluid Replace locking differential fluid Replace front and non-locking rear differential fluid Replace fuel filter Replace automatic transmission fluid and filter 5. Every 5 years / 75,000 mi / 120,000 km Every 5 years / 75,000 mi / 120,000 km Every 10 years Every 10 years / 150,000 mi / 240,000 km Every 10 years / 150,000 mi / 240,000 km REMEDIAL WORK / SERVICE CAMPAIGN NEEDED Check for open Service Campaigns / Recalls If fault lamps illuminated use IDS to find the faults and report 6. ROAD TEST Select LOW range; move vehicle 60 ft (18 m); select HIGH range Road test vehicle Record performance of Service in vehicle's Passport to Service Labor cost not included in scheduled time NOTIFICATION OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS:...
EYEPIECE FOCUSING The eyepiece is designed to provide a precise fast focus. The eyepiece will focus faster than your eye can compensate for any inaccuracy in your adjustment. Look at a distant object for several seconds without using your scope. Then, shift your vision quickly, looking through the scope at a plain background. Turn the fast-focus eyepiece clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust to your eyes. The reticle pattern should be sharp and clear before your eye can refocus. After you have made your adjustment, with a quick glance re-check the image. WARNING: NEVER LOOK AT THE SUN THROUGH THE RIFLESCOPE (OR ANY OTHER OPTICAL INSTRUMENT). IT MAY PERMANENTLY DAMAGE YOUR EYES. CENTERING THE RETICLE The reticle was carefully set at the optical center of your riflescope at our factory. This setting provides you with the ideal adjustment range from the center position. The riflescope’s adjustments are used to zero-in the riflescope. It is wise to check the center of the optical axis before mounting. Do this by placing the scope in a solid V-block (cardboard box with two slots). While looking through the scope in a normal viewing position, carefully rotate the scope. If the target moves in a circle larger than 1” from center (at 25 yards) in relation to intersection of crosshairs, reset windage and elevation adjustments. Remove adjustment caps. Set each adjustment to midpoint and recheck for centering. If target still rotates, use adjustments to correct. MOUNTING To achieve the best accuracy from your rifle, your Bushnell scope must be mounted properly.
You then have the widest field of view for quick shots at close range. Higher powers should be reserved for precise long-range shots. WARNING: A SCOPE SHOULD NEVER BE USED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR EITHER A BINOCULAR OR SPOTTING SCOPE. IT MAY RESULT IN YOUR INADVERTENTLY POINTING THE GUN AT ANOTHER PERSON. ADJUST ABLE OBJECTIVE LENS This feature (if present on your scope) permits precise focusing, while simultaneously readjusting the parallax-free distance, for any range from 50 yards to infinity. To change range focus, turn the Objective Adjustment Ring and align the number with the distance index dot. An alternative method is to look through the scope and turn the Objective Adjustment Ring until the target, at whatever range, is sharply focused. MOUNTING To achieve the best accuracy from your rifle, your Bushnell scope must be mounted properly. (We strongly recommend that those unfamiliar with proper procedures have the scope mounted by a qualified gunsmith). Should you decide to mount it yourself: 1. Use a high-quality mount with bases designed to fit your particular rifle. The scope should be mounted as low as possible without touching either the barrel or the receiver. 2. Carefully follow the instructions packed with the scope mounts you have selected. 3.