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12 volt power wheels batteries - PowerSmith MLSD12C




PowerSmith MLSD12C Mag lithium 12-Volt Lithium Ion Compact Pistol Screwdriver with LED Light and 21 Bit Assortment


PowerSmith MLSD12C Mag lithium 12-Volt Lithium Ion Compact Pistol Screwdriver with LED Light and 21 Bit Assortment



With a 21-pc. bit set and 23 torque/clutch settings this efficient screwdriver is as flexible as it is powerful. Fueled by lithium-ion batteries for extra power, extra run time, and over a year of power storage on a single charge. Part of the Maglithion 12V lithium-ion cordless system. One battery powers all Maglithion tools. Battery/charger kit sold separately. Cordless: Yes, Volts: 12, Rated RPM: 0 - 500, Torque (in./lbs.): 23, Tool Length (in.): 12, Charger Included: No, Battery Included: No, Case Included: No










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BSA C15. 250 cc STARFIRE.




BSA C15. 250 cc STARFIRE.





Manufacturer United Kingdom BSA
Also called 'Star'
Production 1958–1967
Predecessor BSA C12
Successor BSA B25 Starfire, BSA C25 Barracuda
Engine 4-Stroke 247cc OHV single cylinder
Power 15bhp @5000rpm


The BSA C15 was the first four-stroke unit construction motorcycle produced by the British company BSA and manufactured between 1958 and 1967. At the time the C15 was the largest capacity bike that a learner could ride on L plates in the United Kingdom. As a result, many C15s had a reputation for being unreliable, as the learner riders would often push their machines to the limit.[1] The C15T Trials version also made the sport of motorcycle trials accessible to a much wider range of riders but the lack of power and issues with reliability meant that BSA could not compete against emerging Japanese motorcycles such as the Honda CB250 which began arriving in the UK in the 1960s
Development

BSA acquired the Triumph marque at the start of the 1950s and the BSA C15 250cc four stroke was derived from the 200cc Triumph Tiger Cub. Edward Turner became head of the BSA automotive division[3] and in 1958 BSA introduced the concept of unit construction, where the engine and gearbox were combined in one piece rather than as separate components. The BSA C15 'Star' was the first unit construction model and proved more reliable and economical than its predecessor, the pre-unit BSA C11.[2]

The engine had an iron barrel and alloy head with overhead valves operated by pushrods which ran in a separate tube to fully enclosed rockers. The camshaft was geared directly to the crankshaft which had skew gears driving a shaft with the points at the top and the oil pump at the bottom. The alternator was to the left and the primary drive was via a duplex chain to a multi plate clutch. The four speed gearbox was at the rear of the vertically split crankcase. The frame was single loop with twin rails under the engine and pivoted fork rear suspension, and both wheels were 17 inch with full width cast iron hubs. An oil tank was under the seat on the right matched by a toolbox on the left. Between them was an ignition switch panel hiding the battery. The headlamp was fitted in a nacelle which also housed the instruments and switches as was fashionable at the time. Deeply valanced mudguards were fitted to the standard model, making it look heavier than it actually was.[4]

The C15 also had a completely redesigned frame and the 250cc C15 engine also exploited an advantage of being the biggest capacity motorcycle a learner rider in the UK could use before passing a motorcycle driving test. The standard C15 Model was available in Fuchsia Red, Turquoise Green, Almond Green, Red, Black, Nutley Blue, Sapphire Blue and Royal Red.[1]

The BSA C15 did, however, require careful maintenance and as well as oil leaks and electrical faults there were problems with the gearbox, failures of the valve gear, weak big-end and problems with the adjustment of the clutch.[2] In 1965 the distributor was moved to the right on the whole range of BSA motorcycles.[1]

During 1967 the 250cc C15 was replaced by the BSA B25 'Starfire' and BSA C25 'Barracuda' models, which had a quickly detachable rear wheel and 12 volt lights. The engine was also increased in capacity to 441cc develop the BSA B44 Shooting Star and the BSA Victor Special
Transmission Four Speed Gearbox
Wheelbase 51.25 inches (130.2 cm)
Fuel capacity 3 gallons











Sensoro Traveller 2 $80




Sensoro Traveller 2  $80





Sensoro Traveller ll with Voice Alerts and Cord-Free Option. Traveller ll utilizes innovative and recently patented FET technology, delivering outstanding radar and laser performance. But that's not all: Until now Cord-Free convenience has been synonymous with a high price tag. Speaking either Spanish or English your Traveller ll is one smart buy. It even comes with a 12-volt power cord for a plug-in option. (Batteries and bracket included)

Product Features

Sensoro Traveller II Cordless Radar/Laser Detector ( TravellerII )

Sensoro Cordless Radar Detector

360° laser coverage detects laser signals from guns in any direction

VG2 & Spectre Protection is invisible to radar detector sensors used by law enforcement

5 driving modes (1 highway & 4 city modes) significantly reduce false alerts

City-4 Mode lowers X-Band sensitivity to eliminate most false radar alerts

Tutorial mode familiarizes you with the various audio & visual alerts

Automatic power off

Mode memory retains previously-set operational modes after power-off

Auxiliary audio jack for earpiece (motorcycle use) or external speaker

User controls separate on/off button and volume-control wheel, voice-warnings (English or Spanish), brightness, mute & sensitivity









12 volt power wheels batteries








12 volt power wheels batteries




Electric Volt Ops Small Roller Bag,Grey,one size






Get onboard the next flight and away from another worthless business partner when you pack two days of clothes in the Electric Volt Ops Carry-On bag. With enough storage for a two-day trip of shaking hands or shredding waves, the Volt Ops' rigid back panel and soft skate wheels let you cruise across the terminal without looking back. It also features a file organizer, so you can keep the hardcopies secure and a mesh divider to hold your clothes in place as you thumb through business papers. The extending handle tucks into the back panel so you can easily cram it into an overhead bin.

Product Features
Material: nylon
Volume:
Dimensions: 13 x 20 x 9 in
Wheels:
Pockets: (external) 1 front medium, 1 front small, (internal) 1 zip, 1 file organizer, 1 main with mesh divider
Backpack Straps: no
Weight:
Recommended Use: traveling, business trips
Manufacturer Warranty:










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