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Charlotte limousine
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All city transportation drivers are insured and dedicated to provide exceptional services beyond your expectations. You will discover comfort as well as hassle-free journey with them. At their vehicles, you can easily travel along with your luggage. For more info visit http://www.allcitytransportation.com/

2014 Warranty PDF - Chevrolet
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IMPORTANT: This booklet contains important information about the vehicle's warranty coverage. It also explains owner assistance information and GM's participation in an Alternative Dispute Resolution Program. Keep this booklet with your vehicle and make it available to a Chevrolet dealer if warranty work is needed. Be sure to keep it with your vehicle if you sell it so future owners will have the information. Owner's Name: Street Address: City & State: Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): Date Vehicle First Delivered or Put In Use: Odometer Reading on Date Vehicle First Delivered or Put In Use: © 2013 Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors LLC. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. GENERAL MOTORS, GM, CHEVROLET, and the CHEVROLET emblem are registered trademarks of General Motors LLC. Part No. 22774305 B Second Printing Chevrolet Limited Warranty and Owner Assistance Information (GMNALocalizing-U.S.-6102099) - 2014 - CRC - 5/9/13 Black plate (2,1) Chevrolet Limited Warranty and Owner Assistance Information (GMNALocalizing-U.S.-6102099) - 2014 - CRC - 5/9/13 Black plate (3,1) 2014 Chevrolet Limited Warranty and Owner Assistance Information

Chevrolet Performance - GM Powertrain Warranty Form

GM sells other engines and transmissions in various states of completion. This warranty covers only those engines and transmissions that are marketed by GM as GM Parts or Chevrolet Performance Parts. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. General Motors does not authorize any person to create for it any other obligations or liability in connection with these assemblies. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE APPLICABLE TO ASSEMBLIES OR PARTS IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. THE PERFORMANCE OF REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENT IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. GM SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty will last or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, therefore, the above limitation or exclusions may not apply to you. SERVICE CHECKS: Transmissions: It is important for you or a service technician to check the transmission/transaxle fluid level at regular intervals. Engines: It is important for you or a service technician to perform these underhood checks at each fuel fill: • Check engine oil level and add if necessary. • Check engine coolant level in coolant reservoir and add if necessary. • Check belts and hoses for visible wear and replace if necessary.

Auto Services - Vantage Finance
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Emergency Road Service! With today’s highly complex vehicles, it just makes good sense to know that you’re protected against expensive mechanical repairs. Your dealer sells reliable vehicles, but even the very best vehicles can develop mechanical problems... With Auto Services Company, Inc. Vehicle Protection Plans, you’re protected against those major expenses no matter where you travel in the United States... And there is NO DEDUCTIBLE on covered parts and labor. Take a look at the variety of Protection Plans your dealer is offering with your new purchase. Then, decide if you can afford to be without this protection. Depending on your vehicle, you may choose the plan that best fulfills your needs from 3 Months/3,000 Miles to 96 Months/100,000 Miles. Drivetrain “Plus” Coverage Deluxe Coverage Factory Type Coverage Drivetrain “Plus” Coverage ENGINE Engine parts consisting of: Crankshaft and bearings, oil pump, oil pump pickup/screen and tube, pistons, piston rings, wrist pins, connecting rods and rod bearings, timing gears and chain or belt, timing tensioners/guides, balance shafts, camshaft and camshaft bearings, push rods, rocker arms, rocker arm shaft and hydraulic lifters, intake and exhaust valves, valve springs, cylinder head gaskets. Engine blocks are also covered if mechanical failure was caused by the above-listed parts. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Gears, input and output shafts, bearings, front pump, planetary assembly, sprags, governor assembly, valve body, torque converter, transmission case, overdrive carrier, reaction carrier, center support, parking lock actuator, stator and stator shaft, separator plate, pressure regulator valve, dipstick and filler tube. STANDARD TRANSMISSION Transmission parts consisting of: transmission case if malfunction was caused by the listed parts.

CONDUCTIVE RUBBER KEYPADS: Design ... - SSI Electronics

rated in between the rubber keypad and the circuitry layer, which will enable a good tactile feel even with small keys and minimal travel distances. This option,. Conductive rubber keypads were developed nearly 30 years ago as a means to provide a less expensive momentary switch. This molded keypad alternative has grown in popularity as they can be made to look and feel like traditional mechanical switches while eliminating some of their inherent disadvantages. Like membrane switches, elastomeric keypads can be made to resist moisture and other harsh environmental conditions while providing a very user friendly interface. There are two ways to achieve multiple base colors. The first and most common is the bleed technique, which involves inserting multiple colored rubbers in the mold tool. These rubbers are allowed to bleed together in between color regions and result in an uneven transition between colors. This technique is typically used in conjunction with a bezel that covers where the colors bleed together. The other technique involves pre-molding keys in different colors and inserting them in the mold tool during the molding process. This process results in clean transitions of colors for different keys. This technique is most commonly used where the base material will be exposed. Because pre-molding keys is a multiple step process, this technique is more costly than of bleeding the colors together.

Frequently Asked Questions Needed for Hit Booths

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Kawasaki's 2009 Vulcan 1700s - Motorcycle Consumer News

In case of a DFI or ETV system failure, an onboard diagnostic system will select one of three failsafe modes to prevent a rider from becoming stranded. A Party of Five for Touring and Cruising The Vulcan 1700’s new six-speed transmission packs two overdrive ratios. Fifth gear is .967:1, while sixth is a highway hauling .806:1. Power from the transmission is directed to the rear wheel via belt drive. The Vulcan uses a new, narrower 28mm carbon fiber drive belt that offers a claimed 40% greater tensile strength than a Kevlar belt of the same width. The new Vulcan chassis has a single backbone that is shorter than that of the Vulcan 1600, resulting in a 50mm shorter reach to the handlebars and 30mm shorter reach to the floorboards. Double downtubes cradle the engine, but the triangulated frame section under the seat has been widened significantly for greater rigidity. The chassis also has fewer cast sections, reducing its overall weight by Kawasaki’s all-new Vulcan 1700 family of V-twin heavyweights includes the Voyager 4.4 lbs. The Vulcan 1700 has a 65.6" wheelABS (shown), Voyager and Nomad tourers, and the Classic LT and Classic cruisers. base, 30mm shorter than the Vulcan 1600, and the 1700’s rake has been reduced 2° to 32° and the trail .1" to 7.0" for crisper handling than the 1600. AWASAKI SAYS THAT it has designed its Vulcan 1700 cruisThe Vulcan family uses non-adjustable Showa forks with 5.5" ing/touring family of motorcycles not only to supersede its of travel up front. The Classic models and the Nomad wear 43mm Vulcan 1500 and 1600 models but to surpass them by being units while the Voyager’s are 45mm. The rear features dual airmore emissions friendly as well as better performing.

Rubber Stable Mats UK: An Eco-friendly Product for your Horse

Rubber Stable Mats in UK are a great option of stable flooring for your horse. Earlier, horses were considered as a great substitute among animals; whenever people were completely exhausted while walking on foot. Even today, this animal helps you to travel different places within a short period as compared to walking. As a stable owner, when you are looking for a comfortable riding on a horse to cover a long distance, you must also ensure that the stable in which your horse resides feels the same level of comfort. This can be done by installing rubber mats inside the stable.

The Ease of Booking Summer Travel With Alliance Limo

http://www.alliancelimo.net/index.php | At Alliance Limo, we go above and beyond to meet your transportation needs. We ensure safety with our professional drivers that have a clean background and have passed our training. The 24-hour service we provide is year-round and we service 200 cities in the United States and 150 cities worldwide. For more information call 800-954-5466.

2010 Stair Design Checklist
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2010 STAIR DESIGN CHECKLIST PROJECT__________________FLOOR ____ OCCUPANCY ______ Fill in the blanks with the calculated results to determine compliance with stair requirements. Use the most populated floor in the building to determine the most restrictive stair geometry. CAUTION: This checklist is NOT intended to be used without the Codes and will NOT guarantee full compliance with your particular building design. This information is based on the 2009 edition of NFPA 101 (LSC) and 2009 edition of IBC Code references noted are from NFPA 101 followed by the IBC reference STAIR WIDTH Calculated occupant load (OL) of floor (see Table 7.3.1.2 / Table 1004.1.1) ______ Number of exits (X) required minimum (7.4.1.1 and 7.4.1.2) / 1021.1 ______ o 2 if OL = 50 to 499 (unless single exit exception is met) o 3 if OL = 500 to 999 o 4 if OL = 1000 or more o More than the minimum may be required if travel distance cannot be met Total minimum exit width (W) = occupant load (OL) x exit capacity factor (F) - (Tables 7.3.3.1 / 1005.1, 1009.1) ______ Handrails shall encroach not more than 4-1/2” into required stair width (7.2.2.2.1 / 1012.8) * new in 2003 LSC & 2006 IBC Minimum stair width = exit width (W) ÷ number of exits (X) ______ = ______” – (NOTE: See 101:7.3.3.2 for stair capacity increase) o But not less than 44" (36” for stairs where occupant load of all floor served less than 50) / 22” @ Equipment access o 57” width if serving area of refuge to accommodate 48" clear between handrails o 50% at main entrance of assembly (12.3.6 / 1028.2) – 50% at main entrance wall of large mercantile (101:36.2.5.7 only) o New in LSC 2006 - 56” width to LED if each is stair serving more than 2000 above that floor (7.2.2.2.1.2(B)) o New in IBC 2009 403.5.1 Minimum 30 feet between stair enclosures or 1/4 of floor diagonal in high rise o New in IBC 2009 403.5.2 Additional stair or occupant self evacuation elevators (IBC 3008) in high rise over 420 feet building height RISER AND TREAD (101:7.2.2.2 / IBC 1009.4) Floor to floor height in inches (H)*1 ______

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