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WHEEL BEARING INSTALLATION : WHEEL BEARING


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Wheel Bearing Installation





wheel bearing installation






    wheel bearing
  • A bearing or bearing assembly located at each wheel allowing the wheel to spin around the axle with minimal wear and friction. Front wheel bearings are contained within the hub, and are sometimes integral to the hub. A wheel bearing set consists of an inner and outer bearing.





    installation
  • The action or process of installing someone or something, or of being installed

  • A large piece of equipment installed for use

  • facility: a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"

  • A thing installed, in particular

  • initiation: a formal entry into an organization or position or office; "his initiation into the club"; "he was ordered to report for induction into the army"; "he gave a speech as part of his installation into the hall of fame"

  • the act of installing something (as equipment); "the telephone installation took only a few minutes"











wheel bearing installation - Bearing Buddy




Bearing Buddy 43102 Marine Wheel Bearing Protector - Set of 2


Bearing Buddy 43102 Marine Wheel Bearing Protector - Set of 2



Bearing Buddy Outer Bearings - Model 2328 - Clamshell Pair - When backed into the water for launching, boat trailer wheel hubs, heated by travel, are suddenly cooled. Air inside the hubs contracts and a vacuum is created. Water and dirt are sucked into the hubs through the inner seals and corrosion sets in immediately. Bearing failure can be expected within two seasons in fresh water - one season in salt water. When properly installed and maintained, bearing buddy prevents wheel bearing failure and eliminates bearing repacking. Boat trailer wheels can be completely submerged. Bearing buddy also prevents bearing failure on motorcycle, utility, snowmobile, camping, and other trailers by eliminating moisture build-up in hubs and providing proper lubrication. A wheel hub does not have bearing protection unless a slight positive pressure is maintained inside the hub. If pressure is not maintained, water will enter and corrode bearings. Bearing buddy creates this pressure, which is limited to 3 psi. features The original product proven in 25 years of service keeps water and dirt out of hubs makes boat trailer wheels safely submersible, ends the mess of repacking bearings. Pressure relief feature protects hub seals, prevents over filling, quick, positive lubricant level check. Made of steel and 100 percent inspected for long term tight hub fit quality construction. Heavy stainless steel barrel, stainless steel internal parts, clam shell packaging.










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Sherwood Ranger G-TLAC going for a ride




Sherwood Ranger G-TLAC going for a ride





The Sherwood Ranger was designed by Russ Light during the late 1980s and early 1990s and was the second aircraft design from his pen.

Unfortunately Russ did not see the fruits of his labor as he passed away soon after his demonstrator first flew. Following Russ’ passing, the business changed hands but met with little success.

Two years ago (2007) The Light Aircraft Company Ltd. (TLAC), based at Little Snoring Airfield in North Norfolk, United Kingdom, took ownership and completely overhauled the drawings, converting them into a usable computer aided design format while revising the part numbering system.

But most importantly, the installation of a computer aided manufacturing system and computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining center to produce many of the components has reduced the kit production times by approximately 250 hours.



Design
The design criteria for the Sherwood Ranger called for an aircraft that did not cost an arm and a leg to own and operate; it had to be easy build, and it had to have the timeless classic lines of a British aircraft.

It needed to fly with consummate ease while incorporating a folding wing with trailering capability.

But the most important design feature that couldn’t be compromised was to ensure that the pilot have a permanent smile while beating up a few clouds or shooting down that imaginary intruder.

Construction
The Sherwood Ranger was designed to be built in a smaller location, such as a single car garage, although a little more elbowroom is undoubtedly beneficial.

It can be assembled using readily available portable power and hand tools, although a small drill press and bench-top band saw could make life a lot easier.


Construction generally begins with building the wings, closely followed by the fuselage, undercarriage, and tail feathers.

The kit includes composite items such as the turtledeck, wingtips, fuel tank, cowlings, etc., and whilst to the purist those parts should be made from aluminum or similar, TLAC offers the builder a route to a great-looking aircraft without the need to contract out specialist fabrication companies.

The wing structure is based around tubular main and drag spars with GL1 (aircraft grade) plywood ribs with capstrips.

A new full-wrap leading edge has been employed, speeding up the build process while adding to the appearance, and to the strength of the wing.

The airframe structure is made up of aircraft grade aluminum.

Round and rectangular tubing and channels are CNC machined for accurate fit.

Gusset plates join most of the tubing intersections with AN hardware and aluminum extrusions where loads are concentrated—the framework is self-jigging with the use of Clecos since 99 percent of the holes are already aligned and drilled.

The Sherwood Ranger is available in two formats: the 26-foot wingspan version in Europe, classed as a microlight, and the 23-foot clipped-wing version that is a Category A (under 90 knots) or Experimental version. Both models have four half-span Frise ailerons.

Although not approved at this time for aerobatics in the United Kingdom, the Sherwood Ranger has an ultimate structural strength of +9g/-4g.

Finish
Our demonstrator (G-TLAC) is covered with the Oratex UL600 system.

This covering system saved 12 to 14 kilograms (26 to 31 pounds) from the empty weight.

Fitted with the Rotax 582 and ready to fly, G-TLAC weighed in at 213 kilograms (468 pounds) with a max takeoff of 450 kilograms (990 pounds), making the Sherwood Ranger capable of lifting more than its empty weight!

The Oratex UL600 is a patented covering system containing unique water-based adhesive.

The heat-shrinkable covering itself comes with UV protection and color already incorporated, saving massively on not only weight but also the cost of paints and sprayers, the environmental impact of solvents, and the time it takes to cover the aircraft.

In fact, the G-TLAC took two weeks to completely cover on a part-time basis.


Four-cylinder four-cycle air-cooled Jabiru 2200 cc engine.

Engine
Engine options at this time include but are not limited to the Rotax 582, Rotax 912, Jabiru 2200, and some Hirth two-strokes.

There are many other potentially viable engine options yet to be explored, and TLAC is always keen to assist builders with their choice.

Kit production is up and running with a lead time of three to four weeks, and at this time we are seeking dealers in North America.

Performance (interpreted from the company brochure)

The control surface dimensions were designed bearing in mind the requirements for aerobatic operation. The airframe is strong enough to meet aerobatic category requirements at reduced operating weights, that is, single-seat operation; however, certification of a microlight aircraft for aerobatic operation is not legal in the United Kingdom.

During the first 50 hours of flight-testing, the performance of the prototype continued to improve as the engine gradually bedded in and











Speedy Tiger 10341T3 Off-road




Speedy Tiger 10341T3 Off-road





MARTECH Hobby is proud to introduce an selm-assembled kit version of our 1/10th scale off-road car, the SPEEDY TIGER!
RACING HIGHLIGHTS
ALUMINUM UPPER PLATE AND CHASSIS;
HIGH IMPACT WHEELS;
FRONT AND REAR BEARING DIFFERENTIALS.
DISC-SHAPED BRAKE SYSTEM.
FRONT UNIVERSAL JOINT SHAFT;
80 CC FUEL PRESSURE TANK WITH PRIMER PUMP;
NO-FLEX CHASSIS DESIGN FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE;
HIGH TRACTION TIRES;
SERVO SAVER LINKAGE SYSTEM;
FEATURE:
SOLID AND STURDY 2MM ALUMINUM CHASSIS.
DISC BRAKE SYSTEM.
ASSEMBLED CHASSIS.
ORIGINAL MUFFLER AND AIR FILTER.
FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SYSTEM WITH SHAFT DRIVE.
OIL FILLED SHOCK ABSORBERS.
DIFFERENTIAL WITH BUILT-IN FRONT AND REAR BEVEL GEARS.
POWERFUL ENGINE EQUIPPED EQUIPPED WITH SLIDE CARBURETOR AND PULL-STARTER.
DOUBLE WISHBONE SUSPENSION ARMS WITH ADJUSTABLE WIDTH.

TEECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Length -------------------- ----- 400 mm
Width --------------------------- 245 mm
Wheelbase --------------------- 270 mm
Height -------------------------- 332mm
Tread(F/R) --------------------- 245 mm
Wheel DIA.(F/R) --------------- 88*34, 88*41 mm
Gear Rate ---------------------- 8.4:1
Weight ------------------------- 1900 g
Engine -------------------------- 15CX

CHANNEL RADIO SYSTEM:

Please read the instructions provided with your radio system before using it. The servos must be set at the center position before installation. to set at a neutral position,turn on the transmitter and receiver.set the trim tabs in the center position, and turn off the receiver,and then the transmitter. the servos will be in proper neutral position for installation.









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