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2023.06.09 16:05 _ninetyfive_95 Tedi hunt (2021 yılından kalma modeller)

Tedi hunt (2021 yılından kalma modeller)
2 yıl boyunca nasıl kimse almamış ve yenisi gelmemiş anlamadım, sorduğumda başka yok dediler.
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2023.06.09 15:55 dalton_m38 2013 f150

I've got a 2013 fx4 and I've noticed that when I click the volume up button on the steering wheel that it will sometimes act like I clicked the change preset button just below it. It also sometimes randomly does it without me clicking anything while using Bluetooth. Has this happened to anyone? Are the steering wheel controls going bad? I was also wondering if anyone had a link to buy a sync microphone as mine doesn't work and I've been unable to find one.
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2023.06.09 15:40 woodburyman Bolt EUV Bose System Differences

I just picked up a 2022 Bolt EUV Premier Wednesday after trading in my 2013 Volt Premier. I wanted to buy new, however it's next to impossible to find a new 2023 Premier EUV, ordering being 3-6mo out and 4 dealers I was in contact with wasn't even sure they could get them given the end of production date looming.
I really wanted a EUV with Sun and Sound package. The sunroof I could take or leave, but the Sound upgrade was really what I was looking for. After test driving the 2022 Premier I now own, the sound wasn't the bad honestly. Decent base response from the 6 speaker setup. Some distortion at higher volumes, that's it. Nothing some speaker swaps might fix. It's a 2022 Premier EUV with no extra packages.
I'm wondering if anyone ever looked at retrofitting a Bose system into a Non-Sun and Sound package Bolt EV or Bolt EUV? Or looked into what the physical differences are? I was thinking of grabbing aftermarket JBL speakers and calling it a day, but the idea hit me to see if it could be retrofitted with any ease. Obviously if there are major differences aftermarket speakers and possible sub would be the way to go, but wouldn't hurt to check.
The Base system is 6 speaker, and Bose is 7. I'm assuming they're the same locations? With just the addition of the trunk subwoofer? And does anyone know if the speaker impedance are the same? And as far as amplifiers, does anyone know how either the base or Bose are connected? I assume the sub at the least would require a amplifier but sometimes all speakers are wired through them in premium sound setups vs directly out of the infotainment system.
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2023.06.09 15:34 citydoll2004 Your advice.

I’m looking at a 2013 Land Cruiser, one owner, 95,000 miles. Michigan car. The dealer offering it is going to do clean up/detail and then I will also see underneath and decide. It will have an oil change but what is your advice for fluids and whatever to prepare it. I intend to take a road trip. The carfax shows rear wheel bearing/hub replaced, new tires, and alignment 12,000 miles ago but not anything other than oil changes. Thank you. I am quite excited about finding this vehicle nearby as I’m in a small town, western Michigan.
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2023.06.09 15:19 PoolBoyThik 2013 F150 the best ever

2013 F150 the best ever
This is my 2013 F150 XLT. It has the 5.0 V8 with plenty of power. I put the 2013 Raptor wheels on it and Nitto 33/12.50x17 mud terrain tires on it. I wanted these wheels because when I put the larger tires on it they are flush with the outside of the fenders. I also added 2 inch leveling struts to the front and Ranch Hand grille guard. Inside I added custom Katskin leather to it also to match the interior. I have 140k on the clock and runs perfect. I only get about 14-15 mpg but I just don’t like the 3.5 ecoboost even though the turbos does give it more power instantly. If you have any thoughts or questions can’t wait to hear from you.
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2023.06.09 15:00 Deep_Organization_57 Some help diagnosing weird ejection angles on my AP5

So I went to the range today with my AP5 and noticed a few weird things. Im about 5000 rounds in with plenty of 9mm nato down the pipe. I was running 115 blazer brass which normally gives me no issues. I have replaced my extractor+ spring and ejector lever+ spring with HK versions so far. I had a round fail to seat into battery which has never happened. I thought that it might be due to the OEM MKE recoil spring starting to weaken so I began paying attention to my ejection pattern and saw casings fly anywhere from 6 inches from the gun to 5 ft, no matter how many bullets were left in the mag. The recoil pattern was all over the place so absolutely no consistency. It could have been doing this for a while but I just now noticed it. Does it sound like it's time to replace the recoil spring with an HK one or does it maybe seem like something scarier. My bolt gap has been sitting at 018 since I got it and it hasn't changed. I clean and oil after every range trip. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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2023.06.09 14:39 sebwiers Shitty people (person) where I live

Active thief alert in Phalen / Jhonson Parkway area of St. Paul MN. Not shocking I know (for those who know the area - many homeless people camping in nearby undeveloped land).
My bike has been back home for less than 3 weeks after winter storage and repairs from past theft attempt. I am using my bar lock, a security chain lock with kryptonite padlock attacking rear wheel to sign post, and a smaller U lock style lock and cable on front disk.
This morning I found the steering lock had been broken brute force, bending my bars out of position. The chain has "bike marks" that I assume are from a bolt cutter. Part of the rubber covering on the krytonite lock has been stripped off.
I am working on moving the motorcycle to a secure storage unit, meaning I will not have access to riding it to work etc, but at least it will remain ridable before the local walking trash destroy it.
The motorcycle is withing view of my window. I have mounted a camera in window. I am armed.
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2023.06.09 13:25 Jade_Sugoi Removing Sway Bar Links?

Hi, I'm attempting to replace the Strut Mounts on my 2009, Hyundai Elantra. The strut assembley is connected by 3 bolts in the engine compartment, 2 bolts behind the wheel hub and a sway bar link with a nut connected to a bold coming out of a ball joint. When attempting to loosen the nut, the bolt just spins with it as well. Tried using an impact gun with a socket adapter and it didn't do anything to get the nut loose. There's nothing on the back to hook a wrench on to yo prevent the nut from spinning. What's the best way to get it off? I was thinking of maybe just holding the bolt with a pair of vice grips but I'm worried that might damage the threads. Thanks.
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2023.06.09 12:51 House_of_Suns /r/QOTSA Official Band of the Week 23: KING BUFFALO

So when you think of cities with high culture and vibrant music scenes on the east coast, what springs to mind? Obviously New York. Thanks to Drake, we all know about the growing music scene in Toronto. You prahbahbly musta tawt a Bawstan tew. Maybe Montreal or Philadelphia or even Baltimore crossed your mind.
Hah. Baltimore.
Time to check your cultural bias, pal. You passed over a quiet little city on the south shore of Lake Ontario, nestled in the Genesee River valley. It has a history as a hotbed of Abolitionism and Women’s Rights. It is the home of Eastman Kodak, Xerox, Bausch & Lomb, Western Union, Ragu and other innovative companies. It has a lively music scene, great nightclubs, world-renowned universities, thriving museums, arts & culture festivals, and live theatre. It is a true cultural gem that many folks overlook.
Yep. You bet your ass I am talking about Rochester, New York.
Since we know that Stoner Rock can come from anywhere, it should be no surprise that Rochester has produced one of the leading bands in this genre. This week we are going to check out a band you are going to want to listen to. If you know them, you love them. If you haven’t heard of them, you are going to thank me.
This week’s band is KING BUFFALO.
About Them
Hold on a sec. King Buffalo? Not King Rochester?
To be fair, King Rochester sounds like the villain in a Disney movie. Kinda hard to imagine that on a T-Shirt. King New York sounds like a particularly obnoxious Yankees fan (and yeah, finding a Yankees fan that isn’t obnoxious is a tough go). King Albany sounds like a car made by Kia.
But King Buffalo? That just works.
Our heroes didn’t start out together. King Buffalo were made up of members of two other Rochester area bands.
Randall Coon and Scott Donaldson were playing together in Velvet Elvis. That five piece band played heavy rock with space-based themes in the early 2010’s. Sean McVay and Dan Reynolds were in another band called Abandoned Buildings Club (side note: kinda neat that their initials were ABC), who had a pure psychedelic rock vibe. When both VE and ABC appeared to be having limited success, the four musicians decided to merge their talents into one band. Coon had handled vocals and guitar in Velvet Elvis and Donaldson had been rock solid on drums. McVay had done vocals and guitar in Abandoned Buildings Club and Reynolds had anchored the sound with his bass. All the pieces were there for a classic Beatles-esque lineup.
So out of the wreckage of ABC and VE, KB arose. The four members gelled so well that they were able to record their first demo - aptly titled Demo - in just two days. Their sound was immediately compared to tourmates and close friends All Them Witches. But where ATW were bluesy and sludgy, King Buffalo had produced songs full of space. Oh, there were heavy riffs for sure - but there were passages of music that were contrastingly lighter and further apart. The best example of these contrasts can be found in the more than 11 minutes of Providence Eye. The first six and a half minutes come at you at a lulling pace, enveloping you in the moment. You get swept up in the rolling riffs. But then the drop happens and you suddenly realize the song has been building to this peak. The tempo picks up and you ride a relentless rollercoaster until you hit the Black Sabbath-inspired outro, which takes you home. It is an emotional experience. The two other tracks - In Dim Light and Pocket Full of Knife are smaller essays on the same theme.
It was clear right from Demo that King Buffalo had some serious talent. But if you have listened to the band you will notice that one thing is starkly different on Demo than from any of their other releases: the vocals. Randall Coon was the lead vocalist on these recordings. If you play them up against anything since by the band they stand out. Our very own QotSA may have successfully had multiple vocalists on multiple tunes, but King Buffalo was destined to have Sean McVay take over the mic. Shortly after 2013’s Demo, Coon left the band to do a solo project called Skunk Hawk.
King Buffalo stood at a crossroads: did they look to replace Coon, or should they carry on as a Power Trio? The choice for them was obvious. McVay, Reynolds and Donaldson knew that they had fantastic potential together. They decided they didn't need anyone else.
Side note: Regular readers of these write ups know that All Them Witches just went through this exact crisis in 2019. What I didn’t share then is that ATW are close friends with KB. I would not be surprised to learn that ATW had some serious conversations about their lineup with the boys from KB before they, too, decided last year to pare down to just three members.
To re-christen their new lineup, in 2015 King Buffalo went in on a split EP with Swedish band Lé Betre (I mean, hooking up with a Swedish partner is a dream of mine, so I see the appeal.) They re-recorded their standout tune Providence Eye with McVay on vocals, as well as two new tracks - Like a Cadillac and New Time. New Time opens their side of the EP with an infectious, descending riff that hooks you immediately. It is clear from the lyrics - No wasting around, it’s a new time - that they had moved on from Coon. Like a Cadillac follows up and is a three and a half minute jam that leaves you wanting more. The re-recorded version of Providence Eye closes out their side of the split EP and leaves no doubt that they are in charge. It is a tighter, heavier version, and the amazing outro is so low down that it will make you want to rob your own house.
With their lineup now set, it was time to put together enough music to tour on. In 2016, King Buffalo released Orion. Here you can witness the melding of their influences into something majestic and fantastic, and it is here that they really develop their signature style.
To explain this style, you need to understand basic song structure.
Most pop songs tend to go verse - chorus - verse - chorus - bridge - chorus - chorus. Sure, you could add in a solo for the bridge, or a detailed intro or outro, or another verse - but this is a tried and true formula. Some variation of this dominates the pop charts to this day.
Not with King Buffalo songs. These guys are the masters of the drop, and you hear it in most of their tunes. QotSA fans are no strangers to that long build and release; it is an integral part of tunes like The Evil Has Landed, God is in the Radio, Song For The Dead, and I Appear Missing. One of the sickest drops ever recorded happens in the middle of the Them Crooked Vultures tune No One Loves Me & Neither Do I. It is where the music turns around, and a new riff takes over, often along with a pace change. It is then that you realize that the song has built to this climactic moment, and you are engulfed by the music.
King Buffalo does this better than anyone else, and you hear it clearly articulated, again and again, on the album Orion.
Take the song Kerosene for example.
A rolling bass riff from Reynolds establishes the song right out of the gate. Donaldson produces punchy drum beats with cymbal crashes at the end of each phrase. McVay’s slide guitar rounds out the intro. McVay’s vocals - very Ozzy like, if Ozzy had any semblance of self-control - frame the first verse, which ends in a fuzzy, heavy riff with crashing cymbals. This same pattern is repeated a second time and the drop is teased at just past three minutes in, but does not happen quite yet. The listener’s anticipation builds as the airy, soaring solo from McVay calls out in contrast to the rolling bass. After the guitar solo bridge, the band goes right back into the chorus. But then it happens: THE DROP. Just past 5 minutes in, the song takes a complete and abrupt turn for a totally different riff that is at the same time heavier and brand new, and yet has been there all the while.
What King Buffalo does brilliantly is subvert your musical expectations.
The standard structure is V-C-V-C-B-C-C.
Kerosene is V-C-V-C-B-C-DROP-OUTRO. Just when you subliminally expect something the same, you get something different.
The entire album is like that. Orion hardly sounds like a debut. It is a mature and deliberate soundscape built by talented musicians who are making significant choices about their art. Songs like Drinking From The River Rising open with an expansive and elastic topography, but drill down to the molten lava of heavy riffs and distorted fuzz. Sleeps On A Vine begins with one of the most zen riffs you’ve ever heard and ends in a tumultuous and heavy sonic assault that is pure controlled chaos. Every song on the album is a study in contrasts that leaves you with auditory whiplash and a burning desire for more.
They are that good.
King Buffalo were able to tour on their new material, and did so extensively. They played clubs and larger venues, often with friends and fellow Stoner Rockers All Them Witches and other bands like The Sword and Elder. In 2017, the released the EP Repeater as a follow up. It is just three songs (The vinyl ad reads, All songs on one side! No need to flip!) but it is a heck of a musical journey. The title track off the EP is 13+ minutes long and is one huge build. When the fuzz finally drops after almost 8 minutes, it is a true cathartic moment. It sneaks up on you, and is so welcome when it hits - especially after McVay’s repetition that “Every Day is the Same* - that you intrinsically understand how great it is when things finally change for the better. Too Little Too Late is an instrumental tune that is both enveloping and expansive. It is a terrific bridge to the final track, Centurion, which is an unbelievable groove. Centurion has three minutes of set up leading to an unreal fuzzy drop that is so dirty it will get you evicted from your apartment.
The influence of their touring with All Them Witches can also be seen on their next full length release, 2018’s Longing To Be The Mountain. Ben McLeod from ATW produced the album. ATW, The Sword and Elder are all thanked in the liner notes. The album picks up right where Repeater leaves off, with KB experimenting with long form songs like Morning Song and the title track, and shorter jams like Sun Shivers, Cosmonaut, and Quickening. Reynolds and McVay pepper the songs with synthesizer sounds that add colour and texture to the overall compositions. Donaldson drums with impeccable precision to provide each song with a safe mooring to return to, driving the guitars forward at the same time as he holds the rhythm in check. This is most clearly evident in Eye Of The Storm. The result is a rich tapestry of expansive and flowing music full of heavy jams and storytelling that will leave the listener wanting more. Their signature build-to-sonic-explosion style does not let fans down.
The success of Longing To Be The Mountain allowed for extensive touring across North America and Europe. It also led to appearances at bigger gigs, like at Rockpalast and the Stoned & Dusted desert rock event in 2019. Anyone that has seen any of their live work knows that King Buffalo are simply hypnotizing on stage. Reynolds’ bass work is reminiscent of Geddy Lee with his complex and flowing style. Donaldson brings controlled power to the drum kit, and is ready to cut loose when the drop comes. And McVay has become a true front man, comfortable with the lead voice on guitar and the microphone.
Their next release, Dead Star, dropped in 2020 and generated all kinds of buzz in the Stoner Rock scene. Of course, the tour planned to support it got axed when the entire world went into lockdown. But the (short album? EP?) is simply fantastic. Red Star Pt. 1 & 2 continues their long form examination and has everything you’d expect from them. Echo of A Waning Star is a lament of just over 3 minutes that is near-perfect. Ecliptic sounds like the soundtrack to a John Carpenter movie and is a complete jam with serious cool 1980’s vibes. Dead Star, the title track, is almost Radiohead-esque in its evocative and regretful take on death and decay.
But the standout track has to be Eta Carinae, which has one of the greatest musical drops and turn-arounds you will ever hear. The entire song pivots just past four minutes in and becomes a 70’s anthem worthy of Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath. If you listen to no other tune here today, you have to check it out. It will absolutely get stuck in your head.
The band dropped their first live record, Live At Freak Valley, in 2020. This is a really nice retrospective/greatest hits album kinda deal. What stands out is just how fucking tight the band is live. With some bands, live versions veer wildly from the recorded ones - and not at all in a good way. This record is the opposite. You can clearly hear on Orion and Kerosene that KB are just that good live.
In the wake of the global pandemic, King Buffalo decided to musically capture the moment in time. They decided to release a trifecta of albums. 2021 saw them drop The Burden of Restlessness and then Acheron. The third record in this trio is 2022’s Regenerator. It is really important to consider all three records in this Triptych at the same time, for they are a sonic cycle.
TBOR is a descent into despondency. Acheron is about hitting rock bottom, and being in Hell. Regenerator is about finding a way to claw yourself back into the light. Each album stands on its own, but together they form a sweeping epic journey that we can all relate to.
TBOR is an album where the protagonist gradually loses the will to exist. There is a cry of deep frustration in Burning, a not-so-subtle reference to a plague in Locusts, a study in being confined indoors in Silverfish, and an outright statement that our hero is sinking in Loam. In fact, the lyrics tell us: “Still I press my face into the ground/I’m waiting for the hammer to fall.”
It is not a happy album.
Just when you think things have to get better, we get the 4-track jam of Acheron. In this record, our hero has fallen to his lowest point. He has descended to Hell. The title track - the first one on the album - makes this clear, when it says: “Waking up under the ground/Silver asleep on my tongue.”
Just in case you didn’t get the classic reference, Acheron is the river one must cross in Greek mythology to get to the underworld. Souls going to Hell had coins placed in their mouth to pay Charon, the ferryman, to take them across the river to Hades. So our hero did sink into the Loam in the last album, and finds himself in Hell. This theme is reinforced in Zephyr, who was the Greek God of the West Wind, and Shadows, which references what the Greeks used to call dead spirits - Shades. And just in case you had any doubt, the final track on the album is Cerberus, named after the three-headed dog that guards the gates of Hades.
What is even cooler about Acheron is how it was recorded. Instead of a studio, they recorded the album underground in a cave.
Now that is commitment.
The final album in this cycle is 2022’s Regenerator. While the first two records were about descent, despondency, and hitting rock bottom, this record is about regaining hope and optimism, and finding a way to come back. We hear this clearly in the lyrics of the record’s final track, Firmament, which says: “Out of the loam I rise, embraced by the etheThe river below relieves my hands of silver” - clearly calling back to the tracks Loam and Acheron. And in case you didn’t know, in Greek mythology the Firmament means the Sky or the Heavens.
Our hero has left Hell behind, and ascended into Heaven.
References to positive mythology are all over this album, from the album art to the tracks Mercury and Avalon. It is a total jam. But the best song on the album might just be Mammoth. If you don’t like the guitar on this song, you and I can’t be friends.
I got a chance to see KB perform last year when they toured with Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats. They are fucking tight. They were the opening act, but were the absolute highlight of the show. I want everyone to hear this band because they really are something special.
Go check them out.
Links to QOTSA
We know that QotSA front man Josh Homme and Kyuss invented Stoner Rock in the 1990’s. They were the genre-defining band. King Buffalo (and other bands like All Them Witches) have picked up this proverbial torch and are now bringing the sound to the next generation of fans. King Buffalo drummer Scott Donaldson is known to be a huge QotSA fan. Perhaps he saw them live when they played in Rochester in 2014 in support of ...Like Clockwork.
It is also sometimes easy to forget that Josh was not the only architect of the low desert sound. Original Kyuss Drummer and co-founder Brant Bjork wrote many Kyuss tunes and continues to be a leader in the music scene today. King Buffalo have played with Bjork at festivals three times: Freak Valley Festival, Black Deer Festival and the aforementioned Stoned & Dusted. There is also a planned collaborative project between Bjork and King Buffalo that may be coming our way soon.
The future is bright, my friends.
Their Music
Providence Eye
In Dim Light
Pocket Full of Knife
King Buffalo songs from the Split EP with Lé Betre
Kerosene -- live in 2016
Drinking From The River Rising
Orion - entire album on Genesee Live
RepeateCenturion -- Recorded Live in the Quarantine Sessions put out by the band
Live at Rockpalast in 2019 - includes songs from LTBTM
Longing To Be The Mountain - Quarantine Sessions
Quickening -- everything is cool until the snake head pops out. Red Star Pt. 2 -- the official video
Eta Carinae
Dead Star - Full Album
The Knocks
Show Them Some Love
/KingBuffalo - C’mon, everyone -- there are just over 500 subscribers. Those are rookie numbers. You gotta pump those numbers up.
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2023.06.09 11:14 Muchetiolate51 Roses are red, The re-design is real.

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2023.06.09 10:52 Chance-Donut4323 3rd gen wheel upgrade

Wheel upgrade
Hey guys and gals! 08 2.5i base here and I bought a set of rpf1s that I was told came off a bugeye wrx and while the bolt pattern was correct, my wheel studs were absolutely not long enough for the nuts to even catch the threads as if the wheels were too thick for my studs. I’ve since sold the wheels and now I’m stuck wondering will oem aluminum wheels fit on in place of my steelies with mo modification or spacers or will I need new hubs with longer studs?
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2023.06.09 10:12 caramelfingerboards Choosing the Right Skateboard Trucks for Your Riding Style

Choosing the Right Skateboard Trucks for Your Riding Style
Skateboarding is not just about riding a board; it's an art form, a mode of transportation, and a lifestyle. To truly enjoy the sport, it's important to have a skateboard that suits your style and preferences. Among the various components of a skateboard, the trucks are the metal T-shaped structures that mount to the underside of the skateboard deck, connecting the wheels to the deck. These trucks are responsible for the board's stability, turning capabilities, and overall performance.

Understanding Skateboard Trucks
Skateboard trucks are made up of several key components, including the baseplate, hanger, kingpin, bushings, and axle. The baseplate attaches to the skateboard deck, while the hanger holds the axle and connects to the wheels. The kingpin is the large bolt that holds everything together, and the bushings provide cushioning for turning and stability.
Choosing the Right Size
When it comes to skateboard trucks, size matters. The size of your trucks should be proportional to the width of your skateboard deck. Here are a few things to consider:
Axle Width
The axle width is the distance between the two wheels on each truck. It should match the width of your skateboard deck to ensure stability and proper performance. A general guideline is that the axle width should be within 0.25 inches of the deck's width.
Hanger Width
The hanger width refers to the distance between the outer edges of the truck's hanger. It should align with the width of your skateboard deck. Having the right hanger width ensures that your wheels are positioned correctly and that you have a stable ride.
Choosing the Right Size for Your Deck
To determine the appropriate truck size for your deck, consider the width of your skateboard. For decks under 8 inches wide, use trucks with an axle width of 7.75 inches or less. For decks between 8 and 8.5 inches, opt for trucks with an axle width of 8 inches. For wider decks, choose trucks with an axle width of 8.5 inches or more.
Types of Skateboard Trucks
Skateboard trucks come in various types, each designed to cater to different riding styles and preferences. Let's explore the three main types of skateboard trucks:
Standard Trucks
Standard trucks are the most common type and are suitable for most riders. They offer a balanced performance that works well for street skating, ramps, and cruising. If you're a beginner or unsure about which type of trucks to choose, standard trucks are a safe bet.
High Trucks
High trucks, also known as "high-profile" trucks, provide more clearance between the wheels and the skateboard deck. These trucks are ideal for riders who enjoy carving and need extra room for larger wheels. High trucks offer better stability and control when riding on rough terrain or attempting tricks that involve deep turns.
Low Trucks
Low trucks, also called "low-profile" trucks, have a lower ride height compared to standard or high trucks. They offer a lower center of gravity, resulting in improved stability and better flip tricks. Low trucks are preferred by street skaters who want more control and responsiveness.
Truck Materials and Construction
Skateboard trucks are primarily made from three materials: aluminum, titanium, and steel. Each material has unique characteristics and benefits:
Aluminum Trucks
Aluminum trucks are the most common and widely used. They are lightweight, durable, and offer a good balance of strength and responsiveness. Aluminum trucks are suitable for most riders and riding styles, making them a popular choice among skateboarders.
Titanium Trucks
Titanium trucks are incredibly lightweight and durable. They provide excellent strength and performance while reducing weight compared to aluminum trucks. However, titanium trucks tend to be more expensive and may not be necessary for the average rider.
Steel Trucks
Steel trucks are heavier and more durable than aluminum trucks. They are often preferred by skaters who engage in aggressive tricks or ride on rough terrain. Steel trucks can withstand heavy impacts and provide added stability, making them suitable for riders who prioritize durability over weight.
Consider Your Riding Style
To choose the perfect skateboard trucks, it's important to consider your riding style. Here are some common riding styles and the corresponding truck preferences:
Street Skating
For street skaters who focus on tricks, flip tricks, and grinding on rails and ledges, standard or low trucks are the go-to choice. They offer better control and stability for technical maneuvers.
Vert Skating
Vert skaters who ride in skateparks, halfpipes, or bowls often prefer high trucks. The extra clearance allows for larger wheels and deep turns, providing better stability and control during vert maneuvers.
Cruising and Carving
If you enjoy cruising around the city or carving smooth lines on the streets, standard or high trucks can provide a comfortable and stable ride. Consider using larger and softer wheels for better shock absorption and a smoother cruising experience.
Downhill Skating
Downhill skaters who seek speed and stability need trucks that offer precise control. Choose trucks with a lower center of gravity and stiffer bushings to enhance stability at high speeds.
Brand Reputation and Quality
When selecting skateboard trucks, it's important to consider the reputation and quality of the brand. Established brands with a history of producing high-quality trucks, such as Caramel Fingerboards, are often a reliable choice. Look for customer reviews and recommendations to ensure you're investing in durable and reliable trucks that will enhance your riding experience.
Choosing the right skateboard trucks is crucial for optimizing your riding style and overall skateboarding experience. Consider factors such as size, type, materials, and your specific riding style when making your selection. By understanding the role of skateboard trucks and assessing your needs, you can find the perfect trucks that provide the stability, control, and maneuverability you desire. So, gear up with the right trucks, hit the streets, and enjoy the thrill of skateboarding like never before!
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2023.06.09 10:08 audio-city-usa Method Wheels: Unleash Your Off-Road Beast with Superior Performance and Style

When it comes to off-roading, having the right wheels is crucial. Method Wheels is a brand that has gained a reputation for delivering superior performance and style in the off-road world. Designed with precision and engineered for the most challenging terrains, Method Wheels offer a winning combination of strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal. In this comprehensive guide, we will delve into the world of Method Wheels and explore how they can transform your off-road adventures. From their innovative construction techniques to the range of designs available, we'll showcase why Method Wheels should be your go-to choice for enhancing both the performance and appearance of your off-road vehicle.
History and Legacy of Method Wheels
Method Wheels has a rich history rooted in off-road racing. Method Wheels was established in 2010 in Temecula, California. The brand was founded by enthusiasts Kevin and Bud Fitzgerald, and Colby Groom, the off-road business veterans who shared a passion for conquering the toughest terrains. From the outset, Method Wheels set out to redefine industry standards by combining innovation, superior craftsmanship, and unwavering dedication to performance. The founders were not content with merely producing ordinary wheels; they sought to push the boundaries and raise the bar in terms of durability, strength, and style. With their background in off-road racing, the founders had first-hand knowledge of the challenges faced by off-road enthusiasts. This insider perspective allowed them to understand the specific requirements of off-road vehicles and design wheels tailored to meet those needs. With a focus on superior performance and innovative design, Method Wheels quickly gained recognition among off-road enthusiasts and professional racers alike. From humble beginnings, the brand's commitment to pushing the boundaries of wheel technology has propelled them to become a leading name in the industry. They support rookie and top-level racers alike. The list includes Jason Voss, Phil Blurton, Toyota Gazoo Racing, Austin and Jesse Jones, Cameron Steele, McMillin Family, Crody Bradbury, Toby Price, and Factory Subaru Motorsports to name a few. The trio to date gets their vintage 1974 FORD 100 to compete annually in NORRA Mexican 1000.
Superior Construction Techniques
One of the key factors that set Method Wheels apart is their exceptional construction techniques. Method Wheels are built to withstand the rigors of off-road driving, providing durability and strength when it matters most. The wheels are meticulously crafted using high-quality materials such as cast aluminum or forged aluminum alloy, ensuring a lightweight yet sturdy design. Both materials offer excellent strength-to-weight ratios, making them ideal for off-road applications. The premium-grade materials, ensure a strong and reliable foundation.
The process of manufacturing Method Wheels involves advanced engineering and rigorous testing. Whether it's the cast wheels or the forged variants, Method Wheels undergo a series of quality control measures to ensure they meet the brand's high standards. These measures include impact testing, load rating verification, and rigorous real-world testing in demanding off-road conditions. Method Wheels are designed with precise fitment in mind, ensuring proper alignment with the vehicle's suspension components. Proper fitment maximizes suspension travel, prevents interference with brake calipers, and maintains optimal steering geometry. Method Wheels employ design techniques to reduce unsprung weight, which refers to the weight of components not supported by the vehicle's suspension. By reducing unsprung weight, Method Wheels improve overall vehicle performance, including acceleration, braking, and handling.
Method Wheels are put to the test in real-world off-road environments, allowing the brand to validate its performance under extreme conditions. This testing phase ensures that the wheels can withstand the demands of off-road adventures, including intense vibrations, rugged terrains, and varying temperatures.
Method Wheels feature a variety of spoke designs, carefully engineered to balance strength, weight reduction, and aesthetics. These designs enhance the overall look of the wheels and contribute to their structural integrity.
Design and Aesthetics
Method Wheels not only deliver exceptional performance but also elevate the style of your off-road vehicle. The brand offers a diverse range of designs to cater to different preferences and vehicle types. From sleek and minimalist designs to aggressive and rugged looks, Method Wheels has options to suit every off-roader's taste.
Method Wheels pay meticulous attention to detail in their designs and extends beyond functionality. From the precise angles and contours of the spokes to the intricate machining and milling, each wheel showcases the brand's commitment to craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal. These fine details enhance the overall look of the wheels, adding a touch of sophistication and refinement to any off-road vehicle. Whether it's a symmetrical split-spoke design or a more intricate mesh pattern, Method Wheels offer a captivating look that grabs attention both on and off the trail.
Method Wheels offer a variety of finish options to suit different tastes and complement various vehicle styles. Whether you prefer a classic matte black finish or a head-turning machined and polished look, each finish is carefully applied to the wheels, providing a durable and visually appealing coating that enhances the overall aesthetics. In addition to the standard finishes, Method Wheels also incorporate color accents into certain designs. These color accents provide an opportunity for off-road enthusiasts to personalize their wheels and make a unique statement with their vehicle's appearance.
Method Wheels proudly display its branding and logos on its wheels. The Method logo, often featured prominently on the center cap or the spoke of the wheel, adds a touch of authenticity and brand recognition. These logos are intricately designed, contributing to the overall visual appeal of the wheels.
Whether it's a sleek and modern design or a rugged and aggressive look, Method Wheels offer a perfect combination of style and functionality, ensuring that your off-road beast stands out from the crowd.
Uncompromising Performance
Method Wheels are engineered to deliver exceptional off-road performance. The design considerations go beyond aesthetics, with features aimed at enhancing the vehicle's capabilities on challenging terrains. The brand utilizes high-quality materials that provide the necessary durability to handle the demanding terrains, impacts, and vibrations off-road driving entails. The precise engineering of Method Wheels ensures proper fitment, allowing for optimal suspension travel and clearance. It also prevents interference with brake calipers and other vital parts, ensuring smooth and uninhibited off-road performance.
The wheels are designed to be lightweight, reducing unsprung weight and improving overall vehicle performance. This lighter weight, combined with the strength and durability of the materials used, translates into enhanced acceleration, braking, and maneuverability off-road.
Furthermore, Method Wheels offer various beadlock options for those seeking the utmost security during extreme off-road adventures. Beadlock wheels allow you to run lower tire pressures without the risk of the tire detaching from the wheel. This provides increased traction, better grip, and improved performance in challenging conditions.
Method Wheels undergo rigorous testing protocols to meet stringent quality and performance standards. By subjecting its wheels to off-road and on-road tests, Method Wheels ensure that its products deliver reliable performance and durability in the most demanding situations.
Method Wheels over the years, have gained popularity and earned the trust of off-road enthusiasts and professional racers alike. The brand's wheels have been extensively used in off-road racing competitions, including prestigious events such as the Baja 1000. The fact that Method Wheels have withstood the rigors of competitive racing further attests to their exceptional performance and durability.
Whether you're tackling rough terrains, conquering challenging obstacles, or pushing the limits of your vehicle's capabilities, Method Wheels provide the reliability and performance necessary to elevate your off-road adventures.
Finding the Perfect Method Wheels for Your Vehicle
Method Wheels offers a comprehensive range of sizes, offsets, and bolt patterns to ensure compatibility with a wide variety of off-road vehicles. Whether you drive a Jeep, truck, or SUV, there is a Method Wheel that will suit your vehicle's specifications.
To find the perfect Method Wheels for your vehicle, it's important to consider factors such as the desired wheel size, offset, and bolt pattern, as well as any specific requirements for tire size and suspension setup. It's recommended to consult the Method Wheels website or reach out to AudiocityUSA – the most reliable and knowledgeable retailer and distributor of authentically branded wheels that ensure proper fitment for your specific vehicle.
Maintenance and Care
To prolong the life and performance of your Method Wheels, regular maintenance, and care are essential. After intense off-road adventures, it's crucial to clean your wheels thoroughly to remove any dirt, mud, or debris that may have accumulated. Using a mild soap and water solution, gently scrub the wheels with a soft brush, paying close attention to the nooks and crannies. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that can damage the wheel's finish. While cleaning your wheels, take the opportunity to clean and inspect your tires as well. Inspect the tires for signs of damage, such as cuts, bulges, or uneven wear, and address any issues promptly. Additionally, maintain proper tire pressure according to the manufacturer's recommendations for optimal performance and safety.
Inspecting the wheels regularly is also important. Check for any signs of damage, such as cracks or bends, and address them promptly. Additionally, ensure that the lug nuts are tightened to the recommended torque specifications to maintain proper wheel attachment.
To protect your Method Wheels against corrosion, apply a layer of wheel sealant or wax after cleaning. This protective barrier helps prevent oxidation and the formation of rust on the wheel's surface. If you live in an area with harsh winter conditions, take extra precautions to protect your Method Wheels. Consider using a winter-specific wheel and tire package to prevent damage from road salt and winter debris. Additionally, regularly wash your wheels during winter to remove accumulated salt and grime.
Customer Reviews and Testimonials
Method Wheels have garnered a loyal following among off-road enthusiasts worldwide. Taking into account customer reviews and testimonials can provide valuable insights into the performance and satisfaction levels of Method Wheels users. Browse through online forums, off-road communities, and retailer websites to gain first-hand accounts of experiences with Method Wheels. These reviews can help you make an informed decision and validate the brand's reputation for superior performance and style.
Wrapping Up
Method Wheels have earned its place as a trusted and respected brand in the off-road community. With their unwavering commitment to delivering superior performance, exceptional construction, and eye-catching designs, Method Wheels offer off-road enthusiasts the opportunity to unleash their vehicles' true potential. Whether you're tackling challenging terrains or seeking to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your off-road beast, Method Wheels provide the ideal combination of strength, durability, and style. Upgrade your off-road experience with Method Wheels and take your adventures to new heights.
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2023.06.09 08:00 ByTheSound12 Fiona Apple + THAT famous ex of hers + "Let Me Roll It" ??

I saw a comment that referenced something about "Fiona Apple's Jimmy Fallon interview" so I googled it because I never knew she had been on Fallon. This was 2012.
In the interview she says "there is somebody that thinks that the song I am about to sing is about them...and it's not about you." She says a bit more there, but this line highlights the point. You can see it here, around the 3:30 mark - https://vimeo.com/194031024
She sings 2 songs: one off of The Idler Wheel... and then she does a cover of "Let me Roll It." Now she sings her own song first, but that doesn't they shot it that way (meaning, the way they shoot these shows isn't first interview, then the artists gets up, walks over the stage and starts singing. They are filmed at separate times. So in the interview when she says "the song I'm going to sing," it doesn't necessarily mean, "the next song you are about to hear"...).
The major music moment in Licorice Pizza is "Let Me Roll It." I realize this is a huge reach, but I wonder if somehow, in someway, he is addressing Fiona. If she was talking about him in that interview, which I'm confident she was, maybe they have history with that song. And I wonder if that message is a response in some way to her tearing his ass up on Fetch The Bolt Cutters. Or, is this "big cat" still secretly obsessed with Fiona?
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2023.06.09 06:26 omegacluster Album Anniversary List 2023-06-09

Today's anniversaries are:
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2023.06.09 04:35 tacorwin [PC] [H] Anything Listed Below [W] Credits to Purchase Rocket Pass

This post was updated on 06/08/2023 at 22:34:49.
I am looking to trade anything in my inventory until I reach enough credits to get Rocket Pass this season. Check the timestamp above for when this post was last updated.

Body Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
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Centio Import None None
Dominus Common None None
Emperor Limited Crimson None
Emperor Limited ForestGreen None
Emperor II Limited Crimson None
Emperor II Limited Saffron None
Emperor II: Frozen Limited None None
Emperor II: Scorched Limited None None
Gizmo Common None None
Honda Civic Type R Limited BurntSienna None
Honda Civic Type R Limited Orange None
Honda Civic Type R Limited ForestGreen None
Hotshot Common None None
Maestro Limited Crimson None
Maestro Limited Lime None
Nexus SC Limited SkyBlue None
Nexus SC Limited ForestGreen None
Nexus SC Limited Orange None
Nexus SC Limited Purple None
Nexus SC Limited Lime None
Nexus SC Limited SkyBlue None
Nexus SC Limited Crimson None
Nexus SC Limited Saffron None
Nomad GXT Limited Grey None
Nomad GXT Limited Pink None
Nomad GXT Limited Purple None
Nomad GXT Limited Lime None
Nomad GXT Limited Crimson None
Outlaw GXT Limited Saffron None
Road Hog Common None None
Takumi VeryRare None None
Tyranno GXT Limited Crimson None
Tyranno GXT Limited Grey None
Tyranno GXT Limited Cobalt None
Venom Common None None
Volkswagen Golf GTI Limited Grey None
Volkswagen Golf GTI Limited Purple None
Volkswagen Golf GTI Limited Lime None
Volkswagen Golf GTI RLE Limited SkyBlue None
Volkswagen Golf GTI RLE Limited Purple None
Volkswagen Golf GTI RLE Limited Pink None
Volkswagen Golf GTI RLE Limited ForestGreen None
X-Devil Common None None

AnimatedDecal Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
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Cityscape Limited Lime None
Constella Limited BurntSienna None
Constella Limited Purple None
Dominus: RLCS 2021-22 Limited None Victor
Dominus: RLCS 2021-22 Limited None None
Filiformer Limited Grey None
Flame-Lane Limited Crimson None
Flame-Lane Limited Orange None
Flame-Lane Limited SkyBlue None
Flame-Lane Limited Cobalt None
Flame-Lane Limited Grey None
Flame-Lane Limited ForestGreen None
Fuzzee Limited Cobalt None
Fuzzee Limited Saffron None
Fuzzee Limited TitaniumWhite None
Fuzzee Limited Orange None
Fuzzee Limited Black None
Fuzzee Limited SkyBlue None
Haphazard Limited Pink None
Haphazard Limited Black None
Haphazard Limited Crimson None
Honda Civic Type R: Wrapstar: Remixed Limited BurntSienna None
Honda Civic Type R: Wrapstar: Remixed Limited Crimson None
Lunation Limited Crimson None
Lunation Limited TitaniumWhite None
Lunation Limited BurntSienna None
Neural Network Limited ForestGreen None
Neural Network Limited BurntSienna None
Nomad: Blinkpad Limited Orange None
Nomad: Blinkpad Limited SkyBlue None
Nomad: Blinkpad Limited ForestGreen None
Nomad: Blinkpad Limited TitaniumWhite None
Nomad: Blinkpad Limited Pink None
Nomad: Blinkpad Limited BurntSienna None
Octane: Wrapstar: Remixed Limited SkyBlue None
Octane: Wrapstar: Remixed Limited Lime None
Octane: Wrapstar: Remixed Limited Purple None
Sandscape Limited SkyBlue None
Sandscape Limited BurntSienna None
Sandscape Limited Purple None
Screentone Limited Pink None
Screentone Limited Crimson None
Screentone Limited Purple None
Screentone Limited TitaniumWhite None
Screentone Limited Lime None
Screentone Limited Grey None
Screentone Limited Cobalt None
Sharpstorm Limited Orange None
Sharpstorm Limited Saffron None
Spotdrop Limited Cobalt None
Spotdrop Limited BurntSienna None
Spotdrop Limited Pink None
Spotdrop Limited Crimson None
Starpower Limited BurntSienna None
Starpower Limited TitaniumWhite None
Starpower Limited SkyBlue None
Starpower Limited Cobalt None
Starpower Limited Orange None
Starpower Limited Saffron None
Starpower Limited Grey None
Starpower Limited Purple None
Starpower Limited ForestGreen None
Streamix Limited Saffron None
Streamix Limited Grey None
Streamix Limited Cobalt None
SYNgineer Limited Orange None
SYNgineer Limited Purple None
SYNgineer Limited ForestGreen None
Thawed Limited ForestGreen None
Thawed Limited Grey None
Vaticinator Limited BurntSienna None
Vaticinator Limited Saffron None
Wet Paint BlackMarket None None
Xtra Limited Crimson None
Xtra Limited BurntSienna None
Xtra Limited Purple None
Xtra Limited SkyBlue None

Decal Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Aftershock: Clipper Limited None None
Backfire: Checkers Limited None None
Backfire: Cruster Buster Limited None None
Backfire: Greatgrid Limited None None
Breakout: King Monke Limited None None
Dingo: Rascal Stripes Rare None None
Dominus: Razerwing Limited None None
Dominus: Stratum Badge Limited None None
Harbinger: Quickline Limited None None
Octane: Dragon Slayer Limited Crimson None
Octane: Dragon Slayer Limited Saffron None
Octane: Krush Limited None None
Octane: Krush Limited None None
Octane: RL Esports 2022 Limited None None
Octane: RL Esports 2022 Limited None None
Peregrine TT: Mechwing Limited None None
Road Hog: Watermelon Limited None None
Takumi: Sizzled Limited None None

PaintFinish Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Chipboard Limited None None
Corroded Metal Common None None
Denim Limited None None
Fiberboard Limited None None
Matte Common None None
Metallic Common None None
Nacho Limited None None
Semigloss Common None None
Windowed Limited None None

Wheels Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
3-Lobe: Infinite Limited Orange None
8-Ball Limited None None
A-Lister: Inverted Limited Saffron None
ANDR01D Limited TitaniumWhite None
Artifice Limited Black None
Artifice Limited Purple None
Artifuss: Hatch Limited Grey None
Artifuss: Hatch Limited TitaniumWhite None
Artifuss: Hatch Limited Cobalt None
Artifuss: Hatch Limited Lime None
Artifuss: Hatch Limited BurntSienna None
Artifuss: Hatch Limited SkyBlue None
Barbershop Limited None None
Bender Common None None
Bloomer Limited Grey None
Bloomer Limited ForestGreen None
Bloomer Limited Orange None
Boost Boot Limited SkyBlue None
Boost Boot Limited Grey None
Boost Boot: Inverted Limited Lime None
Boost Boot: Inverted Limited Grey None
Buckboard Limited None None
Cooperduper: Glitched Limited ForestGreen None
Cooperduper: Glitched Limited Purple None
Cooperduper: Glitched Limited Black None
Cooperduper: Glitched Limited Saffron None
Cooperduper: Glitched Limited Lime None
Cooperduper: Glitched Limited Cobalt None
DevCon Limited Saffron None
DevCon Limited Lime None
Dey KC VeryRare None None
Disc-bliss Limited ForestGreen None
Disc-bliss Limited Cobalt None
Disc-bliss Limited Crimson None
Disc-bliss Limited SkyBlue None
Disc-bliss Limited Purple None
Disc-bliss Limited Orange None
Dynasty Limited Cobalt None
Dynasty Limited Black None
Dynasty Limited Lime None
Emerald Limited None None
Emerald Limited None None
Emerald Limited None None
Emerald Limited None None
Enjin Limited Cobalt None
Enjin Limited Saffron None
Enjin Limited Crimson None
Enjin Limited BurntSienna None
Enjin Limited Lime None
Enjin Limited Orange None
Enjin Limited Purple None
Enjin Limited Black None
Enjin Limited Pink None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Black None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Purple None
Enjin: Roasted Limited ForestGreen None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Saffron None
Enjin: Roasted Limited BurntSienna None
Enjin: Roasted Limited TitaniumWhite None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Crimson None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Cobalt None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Pink None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Orange None
Enjin: Roasted Limited Lime None
Falco Common None None
Floret Limited ForestGreen None
Floret Limited BurntSienna None
Floret Limited Lime None
Floret Limited Black None
Floret: Infinite Limited Black None
Floret: Infinite Limited BurntSienna None
Floret: Infinite Limited Purple None
Forerunner Limited Crimson None
Forerunner Limited Lime None
Forerunner Limited Saffron None
Forerunner Limited Grey None
Forerunner Limited ForestGreen None
Forerunner Limited Purple None
Forerunner Limited Lime None
Forerunner Limited Pink None
Forerunner Limited Cobalt None
Forerunner Limited Purple None
Forerunner Limited ForestGreen None
Forerunner Limited SkyBlue None
Forerunner Limited Black None
Forerunner: Roasted Limited Grey None
Forerunner: Roasted Limited Black None
Forerunner: Roasted Limited Black None
Forerunner: Roasted Limited Lime None
Founder Limited Orange None
Founder Limited BurntSienna None
Founder Limited Cobalt None
Franko Fone Limited Orange None
Franko Fone Limited Saffron None
Franko Fone Limited BurntSienna None
Franko Fone: Inverted Limited ForestGreen None
Franko Fone: Inverted Limited Lime None
FSL Import None None
Gadabout: Inverted Limited Grey None
Gadabout: Inverted Limited Lime None
Glonex: Holographic Limited Orange None
Glonex: Holographic Limited TitaniumWhite None
Glonex: Holographic Limited Saffron None
Glonex: Holographic Limited Purple None
Glonex: Holographic Limited Grey None
Glonex: Holographic Limited Lime None
Good Fortune Limited None None
Green Machine Limited Purple None
Green Machine Limited Orange None
Green Machine Limited Black None
Haunted Hoss Limited Purple None
Invader Common None None
Marauder Rare None None
Maz Limited Lime None
Maz Limited BurntSienna None
Maz: Holographic Limited Saffron None
Maz: Holographic Limited Pink None
Module Limited TitaniumWhite None
Module Limited Purple None
Module Limited Lime None
Module: Roasted Limited Pink None
Module: Roasted Limited Lime None
Ninja Limited None None
Nomster Limited ForestGreen None
Nomster Limited TitaniumWhite None
Nomster Limited Cobalt None
Nomster Limited SkyBlue None
Nomster Limited Black None
Nomster Limited Grey None
Piercer Limited Purple None
Piercer Limited Crimson None
Piercer: Crystalized Limited TitaniumWhite None
Piercer: Crystalized Limited ForestGreen None
Piercer: Crystalized Limited Crimson None
Pulpo Limited Pink None
Pulpo Limited BurntSienna None
Pulpo Limited Purple None
Pulpo Limited SkyBlue None
Pulpo Limited Crimson None
Pulpo Limited Orange None
Pulpo: Infinite Limited Grey None
Pulpo: Infinite Limited TitaniumWhite None
Pulpo: Infinite Limited Orange None
Pulpo: Infinite Limited Cobalt None
Pulpo: Infinite Limited BurntSienna None
Pulpo: Infinite Limited Pink None
Rival Limited Orange None
Rival Limited None None
Rival: Radiant Limited None None
RL Esports 2022 Limited None None
Rocko Limited BurntSienna None
Rocko Limited Lime None
Roeler Limited None None
Ruinator Limited Black None
Ruinator Limited BurntSienna None
Ruinator: Inverted Limited SkyBlue None
Ruinator: Inverted Limited ForestGreen None
Scarab Rare None None
School'd Limited ForestGreen None
School'd Limited TitaniumWhite None
School'd Limited Black None
Starcade Limited BurntSienna None
Starcade Limited Grey None
Starcade Limited Purple None
Starcade Limited Orange None
Stern Common None None
String Theory Limited TitaniumWhite None
Synastry Limited Grey None
Synastry Limited Lime None
Synastry Limited Saffron None
Tanker Limited Saffron None
Tanker Limited Purple None
Tanker: Infinite Limited TitaniumWhite None
Tanker: Infinite Limited Cobalt None
Throned Limited SkyBlue None
Throned Limited ForestGreen None
Throned Limited Black None
Throned Limited Purple None
Throned Limited Grey None
Throned Limited Cobalt None
Throned Limited Pink None
Throned: Sacred Limited Orange None
Throned: Sacred Limited Black None
Throned: Sacred Limited ForestGreen None
Throned: Sacred Limited BurntSienna None
Throned: Sacred Limited SkyBlue None
Throned: Sacred Limited Cobalt None
Throned: Sacred Limited Purple None
Tic-King Limited Grey None
Tic-King Limited Crimson None
Tic-King: Glitched Limited Crimson None
Torque TX: Inverted Limited Purple None
Torque TX: Inverted Limited Saffron None
Torque TX: Inverted Limited Crimson None
Traction: Hatch Limited Saffron None
Twista: Inverted Limited None None
Veski Limited Orange None
Veski Limited Black None
Veski: Inverted Limited SkyBlue None
Veski: Inverted Limited Purple None
Vortex Common None None
Whisperer Limited SkyBlue None
Y.O.U. Limited Pink None
Y.O.U. Limited Orange None
Y.O.U. Limited Saffron None
Y.O.U. Limited Crimson None
Y.O.U. Limited Purple None
Yolky Limited None None
Yolky Limited None None

RocketBoost Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Bubbles Common None None
Chequered Flag Limited Crimson None
Chequered Flag Limited SkyBlue None
Corbital Limited Orange None
Corbital Limited Saffron None
Corbital Limited Lime None
Corbital Limited Grey None
Corbital Limited SkyBlue None
Corbital Limited Purple None
Corbital Limited Pink None
Diecast Spark Limited ForestGreen None
Dimensionator Limited ForestGreen None
Dimensionator Limited Orange None
Dimensionator Limited BurntSienna None
Dream Beam Limited Saffron None
Dream Beam Limited TitaniumWhite None
Dream Beam Limited SkyBlue None
Dream Beam Limited Grey None
Dream Beam Limited ForestGreen None
Dream Beam Limited Orange None
Elemental Limited Crimson None
Elemental Limited Saffron None
Flamethrower Common None None
Hazy Flame Limited Saffron None
Hazy Flame Limited Pink None
Hazy Flame Limited Cobalt None
Hazy Flame Limited Crimson None
Hazy Flame Limited Orange None
Hazy Flame Limited ForestGreen None
Lantern Lift Limited None None
Mandala Limited Purple None
Mandala Limited Grey None
Mandala Limited Cobalt None
Nuts & Bolts Rare None None
Phase-R Limited Cobalt None
Phase-R Limited Pink None
Phase-R Limited Black None
Phase-R Limited ForestGreen None
Phase-R Limited Saffron None
Phase-R Limited Grey None
Popcorn Limited None None
Popcorn Limited None None
Sparkles Uncommon None None
Sprattle Limited Saffron None
Sprattle Limited ForestGreen None
Timeline Limited ForestGreen None
Timeline Limited Orange None
Toon Smoke VeryRare None None

Topper Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Alicorn Limited None None
Alpinist Limited None None
AquaDome Buoy Limited None None
Baby Turtle Limited None None
Baby Turtle Limited None None
Cheeseburger Limited None None
Cow Skull Uncommon None None
Crispy Turkey Limited None None
Crispy Turkey Limited None None
Cutlass Limited None None
Excavator Limited None None
Fat Stacks Limited None None
Gamepiece Limited None None
Happy Whale Limited None None
Jester Limited None None
Jupiter Limited None None
Lunchbox - Esper Limited None None
Lunchbox - Esper Limited None None
Manta Ray Limited None None
Prickly Cactus Limited None None
Royal Crown Common None None
Salty Peanut Limited None None
Tickled Tomato Limited None None

Antenna Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Chocolate Chip Limited None None
Crescent Moon Limited None None
Crescent Moon Limited None None
Fish Fly Limited None None
Green Leaf Limited None None
Lucky Ladybug Limited None None
Mr. Carrot Limited None None
Radiohead Limited None None
Skull Common None None
Smiley Common None None
Soccer Ball Common None None
Thermometer Limited None None
Thermometer Limited None None

GoalExplosion Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Cosmosis Limited Pink None
Elemental Limited Grey None
Elemental Limited Lime None
Elemental Limited BurntSienna None
Light Show Limited Lime None
Lotus Bloom Limited Lime None
Lotus Bloom Limited BurntSienna None
Lotus Bloom Limited Crimson None
Meta-Blast Limited Lime None
Nomster Limited Lime None
Nomster Limited Cobalt None
Nomster Limited Grey None
Nomster Limited Orange None
Rad Rock Limited Orange None
Riser Limited Cobalt None
Riser Limited ForestGreen Scorer
Riser Limited Lime None
Savage Spray Limited Lime None
Savage Spray Limited Orange None
Savage Spray Limited Saffron None
Shield Breaker Limited Saffron None
Shield Breaker Limited SkyBlue None
Spatial Rift Limited Saffron Acrobat
Yeehaw Limited Purple None
Yeehaw Limited Lime None

Trail Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Corbital Limited Grey None
Corbital Limited SkyBlue None
Corbital Limited Crimson None
Corbital Limited Pink None
Corbital Limited TitaniumWhite None
Corbital Limited Saffron None
Dimensionator Limited ForestGreen None
Dimensionator Limited Cobalt None
Dimensionator Limited Black None
Dream Beam Limited SkyBlue None
Dream Beam Limited BurntSienna None
Dream Beam Limited Grey None
Dream Beam Limited Cobalt None
Dream Beam Limited ForestGreen None
Elemental Limited Purple None
Elemental Limited SkyBlue None
Flame Chain Limited Saffron None
Flame Chain Limited TitaniumWhite None
Sprattle Limited Pink None
Sprattle Limited BurntSienna None
Tarnation Limited BurntSienna None
Tarnation Limited Grey None
Twisty-Sweet Limited None None
Warp Wave Limited BurntSienna None
Warp Wave Limited Orange None
Warp Wave Limited ForestGreen None
Warp Wave Limited TitaniumWhite None
Warp Wave Limited Black None
Warp Wave Limited Lime None
Warp Wave Limited Purple None

PlayerBanner Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Aquarium Limited None None
Boomin' Bird Limited None None
HNY Rare None None
Hornet Limited None None
Pixelated Shades Limited None None
RL Esports 2022 Limited None None
Speedy Turtle Limited None None
Statesman Limited None None
Topographic Common None None
Yolkel Limited None None
Yolkel Limited None None

AvatarBorder Items

Item Name Rarity Paint Color Certification
Crown Limited Grey None
Crown Limited None None


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Air Strike GoalExplosion Legacy Pink None
Air Strike GoalExplosion Legacy None None
Air Strike GoalExplosion Legacy None None
Anodized PaintFinish Legacy None None
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Dingo: Dragon Lord AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Dire Wolf Wheels Legacy None None
Dominus: Dragon Decal Legacy None Victor
Dueling Dragons GoalExplosion Legacy None None
Dueling Dragons GoalExplosion Legacy None None
Encryption AnimatedDecal Legacy None Sweeper
Encryption AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Encryption AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Encryption AnimatedDecal Legacy BurntSienna None
Encryption AnimatedDecal Legacy None Goalkeeper
Encryption AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Exalter AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Exalter AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Fennec Body Legacy None None
Fennec Body Legacy None None
Fennec: Oozy AnimatedDecal Legacy None Aviator
Humid Haze AnimatedDecal Legacy None None
Incantor RocketBoost Legacy Cobalt None
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2023.06.09 04:34 bigsleez420 Will a g35 steering wheel fit on my 350z

Good deal on carbon fiber g35 steering wheel near me will it bolt up or is there a adapter or anything
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2023.06.09 04:32 VividRacingTravis VR Forged D05 Gloss Black 20x10 20x11 Wheels with Tires Chevrolet Camaro Gen 5 Gen 6

Hey Guys!
I have a full set of D05 VR Forged paired with tires and TPMS Sensors! These were used for marketing and photo purposes only. Gen 5 & 6 CAMARO Spec.
Here are the specs:
Pricing is Firm on these as they are heavily discounted already. If interested please add to cart and purchase online. Any issues please DM me!
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2023.06.09 03:37 richi-carmen Regular maintenance of the biomass pellet mill

Regular maintenance of the biomass pellet mill
What are the benefits of normal maintenance of the biomass pellet mill and biomass pellet machine production line? In fact, clinical and efficient upkeep approaches can make the biomass pellet assembly line kept up excellent quality, consequently boosting the outcome. It only takes some time for upkeep to attain unforeseeable outcomes. Why not do it?
A great set of biomass pellet mill needs to cooperate with scientific upkeep work in order to allow it to run with high performance and also barrier-free for a long period of time, so as to keep the efficiency of the tools and extend the service life of the biomass pellet tools, so regarding better develop even more earnings.
So exactly how should the biomass pellet production line be kept? The scientific technique needs to be to keep it once a month as well as a major upkeep every 6 months. The upkeep and upkeep of the biomass pellet mill is very essential, and also this essential link can not be neglected.
The general maintenance of the biomass pellet mill does not require to pay much money. Usually, it is simply simple oil injection, the firmness of the bolts, as well as the adjustment of the space. Upkeep triggers damage to the devices.

RICHI Machinery is a commercial group generally focused on the biomass pellet mill offer for sale, as well as also covers a few other strategic businesses such as animal feed equipment, natural plant food pellet machine, components and elements and so on. Richi Machinery will certainly give all customers with in-depth maintenance treatments for the biomass pellet production line, and also our after-sales personnel will certainly educate the consumer's staff, to make sure that consumers have no worries.
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The upkeep of the biomass pellet mill concentrates on long-term stability as well as unremitting efforts. It might not see any kind of effect in a short time, but after a long-lasting comparison, it will certainly be located that the impact of this upkeep and also no maintenance is completely different.
So now those buddies who are making use of the biomass pellet mill, take a little time to do a regular upkeep, which is beneficial to the biomass pellet assembly line as well as your very own earnings.
RICHI Equipment biomass pellet mill offer for sale, has covered more than 109 nations and also regions all over the world from 1995, items are exported to the Middle East, South America, Africa, Southeast Asia as well as premium markets such as Europe and the United States.
If you wish to know more regarding warm sell good quality biomass pellet mill available for sale Australia, factory straight supplied 2 load per hour biomass pellet mill to buy Indonesia, automation lubrication system biomass pellet mill to buy Malaysia, high performance small capability biomass pellet mill for sale Thailand, expert style biomass rubber pellet mill to buy Netherlands, please get in touch with Richi Machinery for details.
1. Knowledge of biomass pellet machining pellet gas.
How high is the calorific worth of biomass briquette gas after biomass pellet machining? What are the attributes? What is the extent of application? Allow's have a look with the biomass pellet mill supplier.
( 1) Features of biomass fuel:.
Green power is tidy and also environmentally friendly:.
The combustion is smokeless, odor free, tidy and eco-friendly. Its sulfur content, ash web content, and nitrogen material are much less than those of coal, oil, and so on, and also no carbon dioxide exhausts. It is an environmentally friendly as well as tidy power and delights in the credibility of " eco-friendly coal".

Affordable and also high included value:.
The price of use is a lot lower than that of oil power. It is a tidy power that replaces oil strongly supported by the state, as well as has a broad market room.
The thickness increases as well as the storage space and transport are convenient:.
The formed fuel by biomass pellet mill is little in quantity, big in particular gravity as well as high in density, which is convenient for handling, conversion, storage space, transportation and also continual use.
High effectiveness and power conserving:.
High calorific value, 2.5 ~ 3 kg of wood pellet fuel calorific value amounts 1 kg of diesel calorific value, however the cost is less than half of diesel, and also the fatigue price can reach greater than 98%.
Wide application and also solid applicability:.
The pellet gas made by biomass pellet mill can be widely used in industrial and agricultural production, power generation, heating, central heating boiler heating, food preparation, and also it is suitable for system families.
( 2) Application extent of biomass fuel:.
Instead of traditional diesel, hefty oil, natural gas, coal and also other petrochemical energy sources, it can be utilized as fuel for thermal power tools such as central heating boilers, drying equipment, and also home heating heaters. The pellets made from timber resources have a reduced calorific value of 4300 ~ 4500 kcal/kg.
( 3) What is the calorific worth of biomass gas pellets?
For example:.
all kinds of yearn (Korean yearn, white yearn, sycamore pine, fir, etc), difficult miscellaneous timber (oak, catalpa, elm, etc) is 4300 kcal/kg;.
Soft assorted timber (poplar, birch, fir, and so on) is 4000 kcal/kg.
The low calorific value of straw pellets is 3000 ~ 3500 kcal/kg.
Bean stalk, cotton stalk, peanut covering, and so on 3600 kcal/kg;.
Corn stalk, rape stalk, and so on 3300 kcal/kg;.
Wheat straw is 3200 kcal/kg;.
Potato straw is 3100 kcal/kg;.
Rice straw is 3000 kcal/kg.
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2. Biomass pellet mill is "carbon neutral tool".
The EU is the first area on the planet to commit to low-carbon development. It has reached its carbon optimal as well as is relocating in the direction of carbon nonpartisanship. Its experience is worth picking up from.
The EU's GDP accounts for 22.54% of the globe's overall, power usage make up 8%, and also carbon emissions account for 8.79% in the very same period. To achieve carbon neutrality in the power system, biomass-based renewable energy is used instead of fossil power.
Judging from the general power structure of the 27 EU countries, biomass power make up 65% of renewable energy; from the point of view of carbon emission decrease, biomass power represent 43%, rating initially.
The factor: Biomass energy made by biomass pellet mill is chemical power and also the only eco-friendly fuel that can be stored as well as moved. Dealing with diversified and also multi-period heating demands, biomass gas from the biofuel pellet equipment can be flexibly completely satisfied, and biomass resources are abundant as well as distributed. It is extensively used as well as affordable, and also it is more affordable than fossil power for heating. As an example, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland in north Europe have developed a affordable biomass energy sector chain based on a wide variety of farming as well as forestry wastes, and have actually become the biggest proportion of the energy market.

Biomass energy made by biomass pellet mill works with existing fossil energy infrastructure. For example, the six 660MW coal-fired systems of Drax, the biggest coal-fired nuclear power plant in the UK, are all converted to biomass to accomplish no carbon exhausts and also acquire substantial carbon emission decrease advantages; biomass energy is the only renewable energy selection that can totally replace fossil energy. It can not just meet the needs of the three significant energy terminals, power, electricity and heat, but additionally produce bio-based products to replace petroleum-based materials, which can not be attained by other renewable energy sources.
3. Development Fad of Biomass Gas Pellet Market.
( 1) Recently, the number of pellet cpus buying biomass pellet mill has raised.
( 2) The biomass pellet mill has actually kept a quick growth trend, and also there should be a large market space in the future. Collecting pertinent details, we discovered that from 2010 to 2013, the ordinary yearly sales of biomass pellet equipments increased from 228 million yuan to 1.985 billion yuan. Ships in all parts of the country, gradually creating an commercial chain advantage.

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2023.06.09 02:53 Deep_Organization_57 Weird malfunction/ ejection pattern issues

So I went to the range today with my AP5 and noticed a few weird things. Im about 5000 rounds in with plenty of 9mm nato down the pipe. I was running 115 blazer brass which normally gives me no issues. I have replaced my extractor+ spring and ejector lever+ spring with HK versions so far. I had a round fail to seat into battery which has never happened. I thought that it might be due to the OEM MKE recoil spring starting to weaken so I began paying attention to my ejection pattern and saw casings fly anywhere from 6 inches from the gun to 5 ft, no matter how many bullets were left in the mag. The recoil pattern was all over the place so absolutely no consistency. It could have been doing this for a while but I just now noticed it. Does it sound like it’s time to replace the recoil spring with an HK one or does it maybe seem like something scarier. My bolt gap has been sitting at .018 since I got it and it hasn’t changed. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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2023.06.09 02:42 radicaldreamer05 It's started with Batman...but now

It's started with Batman...but now
I started collecting about two weeks ago. I vowed I'd only collect Batman HW I liked, but slowly my other collection is growing!!
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2023.06.09 02:14 Equivalent_Data_5791 [WTS] Geissele DDC ACH & DDC blem mk16, G maritime, Cloud Rein 3 FDE, BA barrel, Coyote B5 SOPMOD, Franklin complete bolt action upper, buffer kits, and BCM grip

Timestamp: https://imgur.com/a/klI0ioj
-$1045 or reasonable offer
I'm selling everything here as a bundle. Comment here then pm. No chats. If my prices are off then comment here. Only Paypal G&S, fees included. No notes. Price is shipped.
-$75 16" Ballistic Advantage 5.56 midlength barrel, gas block and tube. Used for 22lr conversion for 500 rounds so gas system needs good cleaning.
-$190 15" Blem Geissele mk16 DDC handguard. One of three barrel nut holes was damaged during my install. Nut also scratched.
-$290 Cloud Defensive Rein 3.0 FDE No battery, only light/switch. Low salt.
-$250 Franklin Armory CA7 5.56 BOLT ACTION upper with 7.5" 1x9 barrel, basic charging handle, and 5.56 BCG. Only dry fired and mounted accessories. No gas system. Barrel has no gas port so it can also work for a 22lr conversion.
-$18 Franklin Armory pistol buffer tube kit. Has damage on the checkered pattern from removal. It had thread locker. Does not come with castle nut and I'm not sure if it can use one.
-$75 B5 SOPMOD stock in coyote
-$2 Basic grip
-$15 BCM MOD 3 pistol grip
-$35 Aero Precision carbine buffer kit
-$20 Geissele maritime bolt catch
-$75 Geissele DDC Airborne charging handle. Only dry fired with.
-Bought this a while ago and its been collecting dust so I want to sell it today.
-No Splitting, Whole Bundle for $1045
-Sorry for the confusion guys. Yes, I'm selling everything together. I am open to a reasonable offer. Thanks
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