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    Review of 2007 hyundai sonata

     

    Hyundai Sonata Review It’s difficult to imagine, but Hyundai worries that even if it has one of the highest customer faithfullness ratings in the industry, attracting new purchasers into the showroom has been a real challenge. The new Sonata slogan is: “A Hyundai you’ve never seen before" and it is true that the Sonata which was redesigned has more power, more space and better fit and finish than it has ever had previously. Its Advantages are: - Acceleration - The possibility to avoid accidents - Comfort and convenience - Gas mileage There are two acceptable disadvantages: - Suspension noise - Handling Reliability and Maintenance The Sonata is easy to take care of, with very little in the way of programmed maintenance until 100,000 miles is reached, unlike oil changes at regular intervals. It is backed by one of the longest powertrainn warranties in the automotive industry at 10 years or 100,000 miles. Performance and Handling The new Sonata is adequately equipped with a standard 4-cylinder which offers 162HP. The 3.3-liter V6 with 234HP is smooth but responsive and reaches average speed with little effort. Acceleration is brisk in the four-cylinder and it is surprising in the V6. Hyundai officials say the V6 will turn 0-60 miles per hour times of about 7.5 seconds, with a maximum speed of 130 mph. Shifts are executed easily with the five-speed manual, and the front tires are chirped even more easily. Kicking down for passing with minimal hesitation, the Shiftronic automatic transmission moves between gears smoothly. When the engine bumps up against redline, and it declines to downshift at all, leaving that to the driver's preferences, in manual mode, the Shiftronic will upshift automatically. It provides more room and power than previous years. However, there is a least favourite feature, cheap interior look with fewer features, and new external redesign. But let’s see the positive aspects of Hyundai sonata. Even if the interior seems cheap and bare compared to 2002-2005 models, seats are comfortable and the general aspect is all right for those who prefer simplicity. The on road performance and handling of this car is very good. The Hyundai Sonata's new interior marks a major step up the quality ladder. You can notice some rough edges on a few plastic molds and a less-than-lustrous finish on some dash panels. But the overall look is highly competitive with most in the class and better than some. Three round dials in the hooded instrument cluster communicate the necessities of operational data to the driver, with the largest the speedometer which is positioned inside a polished circle. To its left is the tachometer, and to its right conjoined water temperature and fuel gauges. In the lower dash to the left of the steering column are a bank of five switch plugs, one of them is the dash-light rheostat, and there also can be seen a flip-down storage bin. The ignition key slides into a slot placed properly, in the dash to the right of the steering column instead of on the steering column itself.

         
    Review of double h motorcycle boots

     

    Double H Boots are made to fit a variety of lifestyles from Western to motorcycle enthusiast alike. If youre looking for a quality boot that is made in the USA Double H makes some of the best western boots as well as your traditional biker boots. We carry the Harness as well as the Engineer boot in our online catalog. Also the women's double zip ankle boot. All The footwear by this company is hand crafted in their factory in Womelsdorf PA. All Double H boots go thru a rigorous inspection process before leaving the factory. All their boots are made with quality materials. For a traditional motorcycle boot that has American made quality you cant beat Double H. Here are a few examples of the Boots we carry by this company: The Double H engineer boots are the original motorcycle boot. Made from sturdy longhorn leather with a matching strap and buckle. Features a vitalize insole and oil resistant outsole. Available in D and EE widths. This biker boot is perfect for finishing off that classic American biker look. If you want a sturdy boot that will last a long time and looks great Double H is top of the line. Double H Men's 12" Harness Boots have a classic motorcycle boot look to them . Made from sturdy longhorn leather with a stirrup strap featuring nickel rings and rivets. Features a Vitalize® insole and oil resistant outsole. Available in D, EE and EEE widths. This biker boot is perfect for finishing off that classic American biker look. If you want a sturdy boot that will last a long time and looks great. Double H Women's 12" Harness Boots have a classic styling in a high quality biker boot for the ladies. Made from sturdy longhorn leather with a stirrup strap featuring nickel rings and rivets. Features a Vitalize® insole and oil resistant outsole. Available in medium and wide widths. This biker boot is perfect for finishing off that classic American biker look. If you want a sturdy biker boot that will last a long time and looks great. This is an excellent choice for a woman's boots. Double H Women's Double-Zip Ankle Boots are a great ankle boot with heavy-duty double-sided zippers. Made from black natural waxy leather with lugged oil resistant outsole. Available in medium width only. These are a few examples of the types of motorcycle boots that Double H has available. Please keep in mind that this company not only makes boots for bikers but that they actually carry a full line of boots for folks from all walks of life. These boots are worn by celebrities like Larry the Cable Guy. Most of you would know him from the TV show Blue Collar TV as well as several movies that he currently has out. Sheryl Crow is another well known celebrity that wear boots made by this company. Double H's line of foot wear does not just cover adults but it also extends to footwear for big and little kids. So if you want a quality boot at a great price give these guys a look before you buy.

         
    Review of ford trucks

     

    The best-selling car in America returns with an original engine design and a blue-collar transmission from the motor city. Ford's F-150 pickup comes in regular, extended, and crew-cab styles. All cabs have four doors. The standard minicab mimics the SuperCab extended minicab with average rear-hinged "partly doors." The SuperCrew crew minicab has four straight doors. Extended's and crews have a bring up work surface seat for 6-passenger capacity. Crews have a 5.5-ft-long consignment single bed. Other F-150s use beds of 5.5, 6.5, and 8 ft, depending on options. All come in flat-side Styleside outward appearance; the 6.5-ft single bed in addition comes as a flare-fender Flareside. The 4.2-liter V6 engine has 202 horse power. Two V8 engines are available: a 4.6-liter with 231 hp and a 5.4 with 300. A 5-speed transmission now comes as a standard option. Taking turns on redesigning its bread-and-butter pickups, Ford rolled out a brand-new version of the F-150 pickup in 2004 and then focused its thought on a makeover of its big-bubba Super Duty in 2005. This year, Ford is sleeping from its labors, with little changes of memorandum: The F-150 procession is toughened up with a Harley-Davidson trim pack up highlighted by a monotone black outdoor; 22-inch polished, sham aluminum wheels; and bags of eagle logos. Later in the representation year. And there are some chrome selection packages and other negligible doodads to expend change on. We were disenchanted that Ford chose not to fetch out a original version of its defunct Lightning, which was rumored to revisit in 2006 with a supercharged V-8 cranking out 500 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque. The Ford Lightning has been a huge draw for the company. Even appearing in popular movies like the fast and furious to boost it's popularity.

         
    Reviews on mountain bike

     

    Mountain bikes are very technical and interesting forms of transportation that just need your power to bring you anywhere you want. The recent popularity of mountain bikes has prompted the production of several magazines and ezines. These publications have reviews of different mountain bike after market parts and mountain bike reviews as well. Although these publications and ezines do not focus entirely on mountain bike reviews they feature many “how to” articles and also cite the best places to go mountain biking in many parts of the world. They also review some mountain bike trails and mountain bike accessories like helmets and bike racks. Almost every season, manufacturers of mountain bike release a new design or set up of mountain bikes and their parts. Magazines and ezines will then feature mountain bike reviews to let the general biker public know what they think of the bikes and bike parts that will be or have been released. These bikes and parts are usually tested to the limit by the reviewers themselves. The usual basis of mountain bike reviews are the efficiency of the bicycles and the bicycle parts that are to be featured. They usually state whether they function as desired or if they need tweaking. It is their functionality that is usually the first factor that mountain bike reviews dissect. Another thing that most mountain bike reviews focus on is the lightness of the product or the bike in review. Being a lightweight bike is a big thing for most serious bikers while the newbies do not mind this too much unless they aim for it. Lightness is often cited as a prime factor for mountain bike reviews and that of bike parts. Most professional bikers and serious bikers base their purchases on the functionality of the part or the bike and it lightness. Of course the price tag of the bike and the bike parts also features in all mountain bike reviews. This is one of the most important factors that readers want to know about the bike and the bike parts. Some bikes are justifiably expensive due to the various top of the line materials used to manufacture the frame and the other components. Some mountain bike reviews are not as accurate or as detailed as you might want them to be since they need space for other bikes and parts. Although, you can rest assured that most of the bike parts and bicycles under review have been tested thoroughly by bikers. For buying and selling used or new (second hand) bikes and motorcycles check the link bharathautomobiles/motorcycles-s2_0.html

         
    Riding over obstacles on a chopper

     

    Riding over obstacles with a regular motorcycle is not usually a problem. The suspension and bike setup on most modern street motorcycles allows for a smooth transition over all but the largest obstacles. Think about the recommended Motorcycle Safety Foundation procedure for crossing a 2x4 in the road or hitting a "pothole" that is 2" or so deep... you should try to cross at or near a 90-degree angle, stand up on the foot pegs to use your legs as shock absorbers, roll on the throttle a little to lighten the front-end as you cross the obstacle (and rolling off as you cross it to avoid throwing the obstacle up behind you), clear over the obstacle, and ride on. With a chopper the procedure is slightly different. The greater than normal rake, extended front forks, far-forward controls, minimal (if any) rear shock travel, and low ground clearance requires more faith and strength and will take some practice to be able to complete the procedure safely. Of course, the best course of action is avoid obstacles completely (they say chopper riders are the most vigilant road surface scanners) but that just isn't realistic on today's roads. My aching spine today tells me that I need more practice after hitting a pavement "bump" of approx. 2-3" yesterday on the highway. The key to successfully crossing an obstacle on a chopper is having faith in the handlebars (and the strength in your arms/back) so you can pull yourself up off the seat enough to allow the rear tire to ride over the obstacle while keeping the bike under control. It takes some practice... especially for the larger obstacles... and I would recommend you try it a few times on your motorcycle before you are on the highway going 65 MPH and notice the pavement squished up 3" across the lane right in front of you! Practice obstacle clearance no matter what you ride and ride safe! Ron

         
    Riding skills effects of strong crosswinds on choppers

     

    During fall riding, we have to deal with strong and gusty winds. I suppose you could set a limit and say "I won't ride if the winds gust above 30 MPH... but what fun would that be? On a day like today (50 degrees and sunny) can you imagine not riding because of the wind? (Note: I do have my limits for things like temperatures and I suppose if the winds were above 40 MPH I would probably not ride. Just use your common sense and set your "personal limits" based on your bike limits and rider skill level). Aircraft pilots often refer to the season change from fall to winter as the "bumpy flight time" because Mother Nature has to use lots of wind to "push summer way" (likewise during the spring to summer change). Whatever the reason... the reality is strong and gusty winds on the ground (for us bikers) as well as in the air during this time of year and we have to know how to ride with these winds. For most motorcycles, gusty winds are just an annoyance requiring some mild adjustments while riding. On a chopper, a gusty wind will feel like someone is standing beside the bike and is taking their best foot and pressing hard (in a sideways) direction right on the forward control peg (left or right depending on the direction of the wind). I am not sure if this is due to flex in the long forks, the rake, or both but it can make for a strange feeling like the front tire is going to slip out from under you. So, I have found the best technique for dealing with strong and gusty winds is to ride in the center section of my lane (if the pavement and traffic conditions allow it) and maintain a strong grip on the handlebars while being relaxed enough to adjust as needed during and after the gusts. Like most conditions that deal with handling... slowing down can be a good option too... especially while in heavy traffic during these conditions. Ride steady!

         
    Rifle makers then brilliant automakers now

     

    Mazda is an automobile name that originated from Jujiro Matsuda’s company that was founded in 1920 in the historic City of Hiroshima in Japan. Although many believed that ‘Mazda’ is basically an Anglicized pronunciation of the founder’s name ‘Matsuda’, the name is officially associated with Ahura Mazda, a god worshipped by early civilizations in West Asia. In Mazda’s company website, Ahura Mazda is interpreted to be the god of wisdom, intelligence and harmony and a symbol of ‘automobile culture’. The desire for World Peace and the development of the automobile manufacturing industry is upheld to be the company’s vision. Mazda descended from the original company Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., Ltd. that was renamed Toyo Kogyo Co. Ltd. in 1927. This company originally manufactured machine tools and gradually moved to automobiles by the introduction of Mazda Go in 1931. During the Second World War, Toyo Kogyo produced Type 99 rifles, particularly the series starting from 30 to 35 which was heavily used by the Japanese Imperial Army. But the defeat of the Japanese in the Second World War failed to bring down the company, and instead, it was soaring high a decade later. Mazda R360 went out in 1960, and in 1962, the notable Mazda Carol followed. It was only in 1984 that the company officially adopted the Mazda name, although all cars sold since the company began production and selling were named ‘Mazda’. Ford Motor Company owned only 15% of stakes in Mazda before it increased its controlling interest to 33.4% on March 31, 1999 when the Asian Financial Crisis plagued Southeast Asia. Many of Ford’s models were based from Mazda, such as the Mark Fields, Probe, Escort and the Mercury Tracer. The Escape is co-developed by Ford and Mazda, which the later named as the Tribute. Mazda helped Ford develop the Explorer in 1991; the same model was sold as the Navajo by Mazda. Although Mazda was not successful with the Navajo, the Explorer was a best selling SUV under the Ford badge - the success of which is kept for more than a decade. In 1979, Ford was successful with the Laser and the Telstar, two of the best-selling Mazda-based cars. In return, Mazda used the Ford Ranger’s pickup as the basis of its North American B-series trucks since 1994. Later, ford replaced Laser with its own Focus, and Telstar with the Mondeo. In Europe, the Mazda 121 which is based on the Ford Fiesta gained high selling performance. Platform sharing proved to be mutually beneficial to the partnership between the two automakers. Hizakasu Imaki, Mazda’s current President attributed his company’s commitment to technological advancement, citing their achievement in continuous development of the rotary engine. He also reiterated Mazda’s investment in green technology with the upcoming hydrogen-fueled models. Get on board Mazda’s rich and historic heritage now. Let your key wear Mazda Keychains, the best trinket that perfectly matches your Mazda key. Flawless metal designs called ‘teardrop’ and ‘valet’ keychains are masterfully engraved with the stylized ‘M’ logo and the official font rendition of the brand name “Mazda” in text.

         
    Risk free car shipping with your car transport company

     

    Parting with something valuable or dear is not the easiest thing for anyone, and if that thing happens to be your newly purchased dream car, that anxiety can be all the more intolerable. To make matters worse, if you happen to be relocating, or you bought your car in some other state other than yours, you would actually have to entrust some stranger or some service to transport your car back to you. To reunite with your beloved car, you must make sure to use the services of a fully licensed and insured car transport company that specializes in transporting cars. Doing thorough research on the various car transporter companies and car transport service before deciding on one will minimize the risk of any damage or mishap to your car: * Just like any other industry, the auto transport industry is marked by myriad prices and multiple car transport options. Your first task involves choosing the right kind of auto transport. Depending on the value of your car, and how badly you want to lessen the risk of damage, you have the option of an enclosed, open or fabric covered auto transporter to ship your car. The covered trailer type carriers are definitely the safest and costliest options. If you have a tight budget, you can consider transporting your car on the multi-layer carriers used by car dealers. As your car will be just one of many cars of their total cargo, they will charge you less, but your car will still remain protected during shipping nonetheless. * You also need to decide whether to go with a car transport company or with a car transport broker. A car transport broker typically does not have his own trailer while an auto transport company does. The broker has to make arrangements with the bigger car transport services to transport your car on their trucks. Brokers typically ask for an initial deposit, while the rest of the car transport payment is made, upon safe delivery of your car, to the car transport service that actually shipped your car. * Insurance is a must if you are considering transporting your car over a long distance. Generally your own auto insurance company covers the car, but sometimes the car transport companies offer a package in which the insurance costs are included. In any case, be clear of what is covered by insurance and what is not. * It is safest to deal with an auto transport company that does offer a satellite tracking service. Most major transport companies offer this service for free. Keeping a constant tab on the route and the move helps keep you informed every step of the way during the car shipping, and reassured that your car will arrive home safely.

         
    Road safety guides personal safety on the road

     

    If you are concerned about your personal safety while out and about on the roads here is a comprehensive, no-nonsense guide from GEM Motoring Assist, the leading UK driver based road safety association. Think ahead - where possible travel by day on main, well used roads. Plan your route in advance and check that you have an up-to-date road map in the car so you won’t need to ask for directions - if you have to travel after dark, tell someone your destination, your route and what time you expect to arrive. If your plans change, let them know - take your mobile phone - and make sure that the batteries are charged before you set off. Carry change in any case - your phone may be out of range at a crucial time - ensure your car is serviced regularly. Check petrol, oil, coolant-level and tyres, especially before a long journey. Carry petrol in a safety-approved can - join a national breakdown organization such as GEM Motoring Assist Breakdown Cover While driving - harassment or actual attacks are rare, but they do happen. Forethought can give you more confidence and minimise the risk - keep the doors locked and the windows closed as much as possible, especially in built up areas and stop-go traffic or when travelling alone - keep alert so you know where you are - remember, tiredness kills. Take a break on long journeys - never pick up hitch hikers Personal possessions in your car - keep your doors locked - NEVER leave valuables, such as handbags or mobile phones on the passenger seat - they could be ‘snatched’ at traffic lights - don’t leave valuables in a parked car Parking - NEVER leave your car unlocked, even on a garage forecourt when you go to pay for petrol. If possible use an immobiliser - choose a safe place to park. Park in a well lit area where there are people about, especially if you don’t intend to return to your car until after dark - if you park in a multi-storey car park choose a space close to the exit and ramp and away from pillars. Reverse into position to give you a quick get away. Park close to the attendant if there is one - make sure you know exactly where you parked so you will not have difficulty finding your car - if you are a woman by yourself, try not to advertise the fact. Put spare shoes, bags etc. into the boot before leaving the car - consider what you would do if your bag was stolen - keep your keys, money and mobile phone separately - ask a friend or colleague to walk you to your car if you feel unsafe about your surroundings - when you return to your car, have your keys ready and check the back seat (use a torch at night) before you get in. Lock the doors and drive away without delay Handling Dangerous Situations - if you can see or become involved in an incident avoid getting involved in an argument with the other parties - if you are confronted with ‘road rage’ do not get out of the car; keep your windows up and your car locked - if your car starts to ‘play up’, stop in a busy, well-lit area, preferably near a phone box, if you don’t have a mobile phone. Get help immediately by calling your motoring organisation or garage. If you feel vulnerable and in need of special attention, inform the recovery helpline operator - NEVER give lifts to strangers. If you see an accident or another driver in difficulty do not stop. Telephone the Police as soon as possible and report what you have seen - if a car pulls up alongside or behind you and the occupants try to attract your attention it may be a genuine warning. However, keep your doors locked and drive to a busy place such as a service area or garage forecourt before stopping. Even then keep your doors locked until you are confident there is no danger - if someone in a car is deliberately trying to intimidate you, or if you think a car is following you, keep driving until you reach a busy, public place, such as a Police, Fire or Ambulance station, pub or garage forecourt - if a car travels alongside you at the same speed, slow down and allow them to pass. If the driver persists, drive to a busy, public place and use a public or mobile phone to call the Police - if a car pulls in front of you and forces you to stop, leave the engine running. If the driver, or passenger then gets out and approaches you, turn on your hazard lights, reverse as far as you can and sound your horn continuously, no matter what time it is - if the occupant of a car beside you at traffic lights or a junction tries to attract your attention simply ignore them. Don’t make eye contact.

         
    Road safety guides what to do if you break down

     

    If your vehicle breaks down, think about safety, first: Here’s a straightforward safety guide from GEM Motoring Assist, the leading UK driver based road safety association. Consider your own safety - get your vehicle off the road if possible - ensure your passengers are safe and that animals are kept under control. Warn other road users - warn other traffic by using your hazard warning lights if your vehicle is causing an obstruction - put a warning triangle on the road at least 45 metres (147 feet) behind your broken down vehicle on the same side of the road, or use other permitted warning devices if you have them. Always take great care when placing them, but never use them on motorways as this may put you in danger from oncoming traffic - keep your sidelights on if it is dark or visibility is poor - do not stand (or let anybody else stand) between your vehicle and oncoming traffic - at night or in poor visibility do not stand where you will prevent other road users seeing your lights - wear a reflective/fluorescent jacket or tabard. Calling for help - do not use mobile phones if there is a danger from petrol spillage or fumes - contact the emergency services by dialing 999 or 112 (new international emergency code), or if you are a member call GEM Motoring Assist Breakdown Cover or other breakdown organisation - give clear instructions of your general location: road number, direction of travel and specific local landmarks will aid your rescue - also tell them your vehicle type and colour, registration number and how many persons are in the vehicle - an indication of the cause of the breakdown will also help - when help arrives, ask for proof of identity. On Motorways – safety first Leave the motorway at the nearest exit or pull into a service area. When this is not possible: - use your indicators or hazard warning lights and pull on to the hard shoulder. Stop as far to the left as possible, with your wheels turned to the left - try to stop near an emergency telephone (every mile on the hard shoulder) with the front passenger door as close to the phone as possible - you must leave the vehicle by the left-hand passenger doors - wear a reflective/fluorescent jacket or tabard - do not cross the carriageway to reach a closer phone it is safer to wait on the verge. (Remember, 10% of motorway accidents are collisions with vehicles parked on the hard shoulder.) - do not leave the keys in the car. If possible, lock all the doors except the front passenger door, which you should leave fully open so you can get back in quickly if needs be - keep passengers away from the carriageway and children under control. Make sure children are safe – do not leave them in the car by themselves - if you are an elderly or disabled person, or have small children with you, you may decide it is more sensible to stay in the vehicle. If so, park it as close to the verge as possible - you must leave animals in the vehicle, with windows only far enough down to let in air. Only let them out of the vehicle in an emergency, but keep them under proper control on the verge - do not attempt even simple repairs and do not leave the car bonnet open. On Motorways – getting help - walk to the nearest emergency telephone, following the arrows on the marker posts every 100 metres at the back of the hard shoulder. Calls are free and connect directly to the Police - they will know where you are. Stand behind the phone and watch out for passing traffic, or anyone approaching you - give full details, also inform them if you feel vulnerable. Tell them the number of your breakdown organisation, your car registration and the number shown on the nearest marker post - return and wait near your vehicle, preferably behind the barrier on the motorway embankment - when help arrives, ask for ID and check that the breakdown person knows your name - NEVER get into a car with a stranger or try to hitch a lift - if someone offers help, stay inside your car with the doors locked (keep windows partially open) and ask them to phone your breakdown organisation for you - if a car stops while you are waiting for help and you feel uneasy, stay in the passenger seat of your car and lock the door. Phone the Police and give them the car’s registration number - when rejoining the motorway, always increase speed on the hard shoulder and watch for a safe gap in the traffic.

         
    Roadside assistance what every driver should know

     

    It's dark. The highway is deserted. You're driving alone. Still miles from home, you stare at the illuminated patch of pavement ahead when suddenly… an unrecognizable POP from under your hood and your vehicle quickly loses power. You pull to the shoulder, grab your cell phone, and start to rummage through your wallet looking for the 800 number to your auto club. We've all thought about it. And many of us have experienced exactly that scenario. When it happens, we're proud of ourselves for having the foresight to renew whatever roadside assistance club we belong to. And whether it's personal safety and the safety of our family members, free towing, or even a quick tire change, roadside assistance is one of those options that isn't really just an option. It's a necessity. When it comes to selecting the right roadside assistance or auto club for you, consider these facts: Many vehicle manufacturers now provide comprehensive roadside assistance programs. Whether you lease or own your car, truck, or SUV, check with your dealership to see if one came with your vehicle. For example, the Isuzu Ascender provides roadside assistance for the first seven years or 75,000 miles. You may have roadside assistance as a benefit of carrying one of your credit cards. The American Express Gold Card offers towing, emergency fuel delivery, locked key retrieval, and tire replacement any time a Gold Card member is present, anywhere in the U. S. and Canada. Emergency assistance plans like On-Star provide wealth of roadside assistance services including help if you get lost or break down, emergency services if your airbag deploys, and will even find you a ride if you've been drinking and aren't in a condition to safely drive yourself. Auto clubs like American Automobile Association provide quick responses to roadside emergencies as well as travel planning assistance, vehicle financing services, and discounts at approved mechanic garages and hotels. Be mindful of the benefits of all of your roadside assistance programs so that you're not paying to duplicate services (like towing), and make sure that at least one of your programs is full-service, meaning it covers almost any unforeseeable circumstance you might face. Keep the numbers of all of your roadside assistance programs (for example, the 800 number for a credit card roadside assistance benefit may not be printed on the actual card) on one sheet of paper, readily available in your glove compartment. Taking a few minutes to review your programs and plan ahead, could save you a great deal of worry and expense when an emergency arises.

         
    Robinair 75700 coolant fluid exchanger

     

    In a modern, state of the art automotive service shop, coolant fluid removal can be a real money maker or a labor intensive process. Especially if you are not operating the right equipment. With today’s modern equipment it is possible to easily and efficiently remove coolant fluid from most vehicles without making a gigantic mess on the shop floor and burning up labor hours. Less sophisticated mechanics still manually drain the coolant system, take apart the coolant system and reintroduce new coolant. Doing it the “old fashioned way” is just that, old fashioned and unprofessional. If you are in the business of making money on auto service work, a Robinair 75700 Coolant Fluid exchanger will help you achieve those goals. The old fashioned way can take over an hour, but with a Robinair 75700, a trained mechanic can do the coolant fluid exchange on vehicle in as little as 10 minutes! You can imagine how many cars you can pump through your shop for coolant exchanges in the summer months and the dollars will begin to add up. Here is how the process works: You connect the radiator fill port to the Robinair 75700 with a supplied hose and also connecting the upper radiator port with another supplied hose. Basically, you have inserted the Robinair 75700 Coolant Fluid Exchanger into the middle of a car’s coolant system. You can control the flow of old and new coolant with the control valves on the unit. Once the machine is correctly connected to the coolant system, a vacuum is created to the coolant system. The old coolant in the system is forced out through hose into a collecting tank built into the Robinair 75700 and the new coolant begins filling the system from the other tank in the unit that contains fresh coolant. This whole process takes place in a completely sealed system, so the no coolant fluids will spill or leak on the shop floor. With a coolant fluid exchanger the whole process can be completed with a minimum of time and mess. The Robinair 75700 is safe. The 75700 is the one best and safest coolant fluid exchangers on the market and here’s why. First, it runs completely from shop air. All you have to do is connect a 90 psi air hose from you shop air compressor and your coolant fluid exchanger has all power it needs. Other exchangers on the market use electricity for power and this creates an electrical hazard when working with fluids. Also, the 75700 has an “engine off” that allows the technician to perform the coolant exchange without the vehicle running. This means no moving belts , pulleys and fan blades. The unit does the work for you and doesn’t require any help from the car’s engine to move the coolant fluid. The Robinair 75700 is simple to run and operate. Training technicians can time consuming and lets face it, they have enough to learn and remember without having to learn the controls of complicated coolant fluid exchanger. The Robinair 75700 is a breeze to operate and has a quick learning curve. The controls are 2 large easy to use valves and a large easy to read gauge. There is also sight glass on the side of the unit that clearly shows the amount of coolant in the waste tank. Simple controls also translate into quicker turn around times as well. A technician can hook a coolant fluid exchanger up and turn a few valves and within minutes the process is complete. The Robinair 75700 is rugged and built to last. An automotive shop can be a demanding environment and your service equipment needs to be able to withstand it in order to last. Even the best mechanics can hard on your equipment and the more durable it is, the longer it lasts. The 75700 cabinet is built from impact resistant polypropylene. The industrial strength plastic will scratch or dent like units made of metal. They are also impervious to chemicals and paint. This means your coolant fluid exchanger will look good for years to come. One feature that is easy to overlook but makes a big difference is the large inflatable tires on the machine. Other units may use small casters and it is all too easy to tip the machine over on an air hose or other obstruction. The 75700 easily navigates most shop obstacles with the over sized tires. The Robinair 75700 is the recommended fluid coolant exchanger for the modern auto shop. With all these features and the simplicity of operation. Red Hill Supply highly recommends this unit for durability and state of the art technology. If your auto shop does a lot coolant fluid exchanges, an investment in a Robinair 75700 coolant fluid exchanger will pay off in months.

         
    Roketa scooters still reeling

     

    Which is Which? Chances are people have been mulling about buying a scooter. Perhaps they wanted roketa scooters but were put off by the horror stories they have heard online and from the grapevine. Roketa scooters are made in China, and unfortunately, there are a lot of complaints about the poor quality of the product. Surprisingly though, several buyers are contented with their roketa scooters. Roketa scooters come in cheap, compared to their Japanese, European, or American counterparts. The price of roketa scooters was a great enticement, considering that other makes and brands cost twice as much and even more. But the complaints about roketa scooters have damaged the reputation of Chinese manufacturers trying to break into the American market. Chinese Lemons? Some of the complaints were broken filler cups and speed cables, radiator and defective starters. If the complaints will be listed here, it will take up the whole page. Chinese manufacturers are in a frenzy trying to rebuild their reputation. This may take awhile considering the vicious reaction of angry consumers. Many of the complaints though blamed the dealers for the shortcomings of their roketa scooters. Buyers should beware of purchasing scooters without doing some research on the scooters they have in mind. They can check out scooter blogs online to get an idea of the scooters in the market. Beaten, But Not Bowed There are several Chinese manufactured scooters in the market aside from the infamous roketa scooters. But in China, the roketa scooter is a developing brand. It is also a big blessing in disguise though that some spare products of other brands work well for roketa scooters. A little adventure with the wrench and some diagnostics can help too. Scooter repair services have given the Chinese roketa scooters a little boost. According to them, these scooters are very simple; hence working on the repairs of the scooter is relatively easy. Perhaps knowledge of the mechanism would ease the reputation of the roketa scooters. Take Time to Shop If you are intending to buy some Chinese brand scooters, take note if these are registered in your state. Be forewarned that some scooters do not follow the safety regulations because of some omitted features. Not all Chinese scooters are lemons though. There are some good buys at reputable dealers. You can hop online to check the rules and regulations on scooters in your state, just to be sure. The prices of Chinese made scooters may be irresistible to the budget conscious. At this point, it would be better to be cautious about getting roketa scooters. There is no point on hoping to chance on a fluke. So hold on to your money and assess products of different brands coming from other countries. China has become a great manufacturer of scooters. The roketa scooters’ fiasco has egged on China to make better quality scooters that meet DOT and EPA standards of the USA. Should this be achieved in a short time, perhaps roketa scooters will reclaim its piece of the American pie.

         
    Roll up style tonneau covers a buying guide

     

    : Roll-up tonneau covers have been around for years. You’ve see them on plenty of trucks. Maybe you like the look of them, maybe you don’t. Either way, they’re worth every penny. Let’s go over why. Cost First and foremost, they are inexpensive. While a hard shell tonneau cover can sell for well over a thousand dollars, you can pick up most soft, roll-up style tonneau covers for just a few hundred dollars. Shipping And speaking of expense, don’t forget about shipping. While many large items have to be shipped through a freight service (body kits, Fiberglass tonneau covers, hoods), your typical roll-up style, soft tonneau cover (due to its compact profile) fits in quite a small box and will ship through standard ground shipping service. And unlike larger, bulkier items, they can be expedited if need be. Installation Installation is easy too. Most, if not all roll-up style, soft bed covers install with no tools. They have easy-to-read, detailed step-by-step instructions that include photos and helpful tips on caring for your new cover. No friends? No worries. These soft tonneau covers can usually be installed piece-by-piece onto your bed without anyone’s assistance. There’s nothing bulky or unwieldy to hold onto. They really are quite simple to set up with most models installing in less than 30 minutes. Security Let’s not forget about the protection factor here. The bed of your truck is for carrying cargo and other goodies and you don’t want your goods getting rained on, or worse, stolen. Roll-up tonneau covers offer convenience unparalleled by other covers. They can be rolled up, out of the way when loading cargo, and rolled back down when loading is done. Also, when you’ve got larger items to transport in the back of your truck, the convenience of being able to just “roll” the cover out of the way is phenomenal. Just try bringing home that new refrigerator if you have anything but a roll-up tonneau on your bed. Performance Last but not least is the performance aspect of a roll-up tonneau cover. In today’s economy and market, gas mileage (or lack thereof) is big news. If you install a tonneau cover on your bed, whether it be a soft tonneau cover, a hard bed cover, or any truck bed cover in between, you will see a marked increase in gas mileage. And don’t think for a second that lowering your tailgate actually helps with gas mileage, it doesn’t. The only thing that will really, truly help is to cover up that huge black hole of a bed with a nice, quality tonneau cover. The air comes over your hood and cab and then flows smoothly off the back of your truck for other people to deal with. You’ve got better things to worry about. Like what to buy next… For more information, please visit stylinconcepts.

         
    Rollbak tonneau cover review

     

    The Rollbak tonneau cover has so many features I could probably sit here and type all day long about it. I will try to resist myself and make this short and sweet. The Rollbak truck bed cover is made by Bak Industries and is one tough tonneau cover. It is a retractable tonneau cover which retracts into a canister behind the truck cab. The canister is made of a rugged ABS which is very durable and with its rounded design is made to expel water. The average canister is about 8.5 inches in diameter and some are even smaller which leaves you with an added space under the canister in the front of the truck bed. The side rails are lined with high density polyethylene which is even better than Teflon as Teflon freezes. You never have to grease this, and it will work well in all types of weather. Hot, cold, wet or dry, this cover is made for all weather. The slats of the rollback retractable tonneau cover are made of powder coated industrial strength aluminum strong enough to withstand over 400 pounds. The slats are designed to channel water to the side tracks and then to the ABS canister and then out the bottom of the truck through hoses. The way the slats are designed, even if any water does get through the surface of the slats, it is still channeled to the side tracks. The system is designed to stop every twelve inches as you close it so you can close it pretty much anywhere you want. The Rollbak truck bed cover locks automatically when closed all the way. There is no visible latch or locking system as it latches underneath the tonneau cover. You have to open the tailgate to access the latch for the truck bed cover. Then if you install a locking tailgate latch your tonneau cover is a very secure storage area. You can lift or lower the tailgate without moving the tonneau cover and the stake holes along the side of your truck bed remain uncovered which is great for any type of rack you use or tie downs. The powder coat flat paint is a very durable finish which you can wax as you would the rest of your truck body. The installation is a no drill clamp system, but many applications use two self tapping screws at the front inside corners. Listening to testimonials, mostly everyone loved the look and action of the Rollbak tonneau cover. However they pretty much all had a problem with the instructions that came with the truck bed cover. They were pretty vague and conflicted with the installation video on the Bak Industries website. It seems they were all able to get through the installation but would be much faster at it if they had to do it again. Even with the poor installation instructions they all said it was worth the troubles once they had it on.

         
     
         
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