DETACHABLE STEERING WHEEL. 4 TO 5 LUG WHEEL ADAPTERS. LITE 5TH WHEELS.
Detachable Steering Wheel
- A steering wheel (also called a driving wheel or hand wheel) is a type of steering control in vehicles and vessels (ships and boats).
- The wheel of a ship is the modern method of adjusting the angle of the rudder, in turn changing the direction of the boat or ship. It is also called the helm, together with the rest of the steering mechanism.
- A wheel that a driver rotates in order to steer a vehicle
- a handwheel that is used for steering
- designed to be unfastened or disconnected without damage; "shirts with detachable collars"
- Detachment, also expressed as non-attachment, is a state in which a person overcomes his or her attachment to desire for things, people or concepts of the world and thus attains a heightened perspective.
- A lift (gondola, chairlift) which detaches from the haul rope to go through the terminals. This process allows carriers to move slowly through the terminals, making it easier to get on and off, and travel rapidly on the line, giving skiers and snowboarders a fast lift ride. (See GRIP).
JVC KW-AVX840 7" Double-DIN Multimedia Receiver
The KWAVX840 features a rear USB port for easy, high-speed digital connection to iPhone/iPod devices, digital audio players, flash memory drives, and most cell phones. 7" LCD Touch Panel is fully detachable, motorized, and includes a proximity sensor that that illuminates the controls as your hand approaches. MotionX-GPS Drive feature lets you add app-based on-screen navigation display and turn-by-turn voice commands when connected to your iPhone 4 (KS-U30 Cable Required). Bluetooth Wireless Technology supports hands-free dialing/calling as well as wireless audio streaming from your Bluetooth enabled cell phone or other devices.
The Luxurious New Plymouth with Floating Power, 1931 - Promotional Sales Brochure [Page 13]
The Luxurious NEW PLYMOUTH
With FLOATING POWER
Axle, Rear -- Semi-floating, pressed-steel housing. Drive gear and pinion, spiral bevel type. Gear ratio, 4.33 to 1. Axle shaft: forging of high-alloy chrome-nickel steel, heat-treated, 1 3/4" diameter at outer bearing end.
Axle, Front -- Heat-treated, I-section drop forging. Adjustable tapered roller wheel bearings. Ball thrust bearings at steering knuckle head.
Bodies -- "Safety-Steel." Specially designed for strength and quietness.
Brake, Service -- Plymouth 4-wheel hydraulic, internal-expanding, weather-proof. Centrifuse drums, 11" inside diameter; brake facing, 1 1/2" wide.
Brakes, Parking -- External-contracting on drum mounted at rear of transmission. Drum, 6" diameter; brake band, 2" wide.
Carburetor -- Plain-tube type with single adjustment for idle speed. Equipped with acceleration pump, air cleaner and intake silencer.
Clutch -- Single dry-plate type. Spring center driven disc 9" in diameter with asbestos composition fabric facing riveted to each side. Automatic Clutch, slight extra cost.
Cooling System -- Pump circulated. Water capacity, 3 3/4 gallons (4.45 imperial gallons; 14.75 liters). Extra large water areas in cylinder block for efficient cooling. Cellular radiator with detachable shell. 4-blade 16" fan driven by V belt. Quickly adjustable to take up wear of belt. Temperature indicator on instrument panel.
Engine -- L-head type, water-cooled. Bore, 3 5/8"; stroke, 4 3/4"; S. A. E. horsepower, 21.03; developed horsepower, 65; piston displacement, 196 cu. in. Full force-feed lubrication to all crankshaft, camshaft, connecting rod bearings and timing gears. Positive spray from metered hole in connecting rod lubricates cylinders and valve mechanism. Oil capacity, six quarts (5.667 liters). Three-bearing counterweighted crankshaft. Aluminum alloy pistons. Crankcase ventilation with air cleaner, oil filter. Floating power, two-point suspension in rubber.
Electrical System -- Single-wire system. Generator: third-brush regulation, six-volt type. Starting motor: six-volt type, mechanically engaged before revolving. Battery: six-volt, 84-ampere-hour capacity. Ignition: top outlet waterproof distributor; coil and ignition lock integral; all cables heat-proof and waterproof; full automatic mechanical spark advance and vacuum controlled spark retard at idle speeds.
Frame -- Rigid-X double-drop pressed steel, wide flange. Channel, 6" deep.
Fuel System -- Fuel drawn from supply tank by fuel pump, mounted on right side of engine, driven from camshaft. Fuel filter. Fuel tank mounted at rear of frame; capacity, 12 gallons (10 imperial gallons; 43.4 liters).
Over-all Length - With bumpers, 174".
Springs -- Semi-elliptic. Front: length, 35 1/2"; width, 1 3/4". Rear: length, 53 3/8"; width, 1 3/4". Silent U shackles.
Steering Gear -- semi-irreversible, worm-and-sector type. Tapered roller bearings adjustable for wear. Three-spoke thin-grip wheel, 17" diameter. Steering shock eliminator.
Transmission -- Easy-shift constant-mesh -- with silent second. Loads carried by ball and roller bearings.
Free Wheeling -- In all forward speeds, cam-and-roller type -- controlled by button on instrument board.
Wheels -- Five wire wheels, spare mounted rear; or 5 demountable wood wheels at slight extra cost. Balloon cord nonskid tires, 5.25/18.
Instruments and Equipment -- Hydraulic shock absorbers on all springs. Instrument panel includes speedometer, ammeter, oil pressure gauge, electrical gasoline gauge, temperature indicator, ignition lock switch, choke and throttle control buttons, free wheeling control -- all indirectly lighted. Horn button, light control, at center of steering wheel. Equipment includes two cowl ventilators, automatic windshield cleaner, rear-vision nonglare mirror, projector horn, stoplight, full set of tools on all models.
Note -- All specifications subject to change without notice.
Lanchester Mk II Armoured Car
Six-wheeled armoured cars were seen as having a better cross-country performance than four-wheelers. In pursuit of quality the War Office ignored offers from various commercial vehicle firms and, since Rolls-Royce was not interested, turned its attention to Lanchester, a famous rival. The Lanchester Company had supplied four-wheeled armoured cars to the Admiralty in 1915 but this six-wheeled chassis was a major departure for them. It was equipped with the standard Lanchester six-cylinder engine and used the War Department patent rear axle system. Taking advantage of the long chassis, the armoured hull and turret were enormous and contained three machine-guns (one .50-inch and two .303-inch). Yet the Lanchesters were much too big for reconnaissance duties, being almost impossible to turn around in narrow roads. For this reason a rear steering position was provided and the cars had detachable tracks which fitted over the rear wheels to assist them over rough country. They were also extremely expensive and the War Office was soon looking for something cheaper. 39 Lanchesters were built, starting in 1928. They were issued to the newly mechanised cavalry regiments and spent most of their time in Britain although in 1935 the 12th Lancers took some cars out to the Saarland and a few were tested in the Middle East. The cars were used for training in the early years of WWII and one was converted into a secure VIP transport for use in London by the Royal Family, Prime Minister and Cabinet. A few were still operating in Malaya in 1941 with the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, ultimately falling into Japanese hands. The vehicle seen above is the sole remaining example and is in the new hall at The Tank Museum, Bovington, Dorset, England.
detachable steering wheel
-Drop Down Detachable Front Panel
-3D Animation User Interface
-Slide touch screen to switch to any mode (Up / Down / Left / Right)
-Background Picture can be switched
-Drag-and-drop Icons (Under main interface)
-Car Brand Opening Logo Selectable
-2 Selectable Colors of Button LED (Red / Blue)
-Built-In Dimmer Function
-Steering Wheel Control Function
-Built in amplifier FR/FL/RR/RL 4-Channel Audio Output
-4?65W Surround Stereo
-Panel Size: 170mm?104mm?35mm
-Built-in Microphone in the control panel
-Support Bluetooth MP3 Player Function
-(Attention: This function can only be realized when the mobile phone supports Bluetooth Audio Output)
-Support Bluetooth Phone book Function
-Support Voice prompt for incoming calls
-Support Bluetooth connection for iPhone/iPhone 3G/iPhone 3GS/iPhone4
-Supported iPod Input
-Supported iPod Models: iPod CLASSIC/iPod NANO/iPod TOUCH/iPhone4
-Built-In USB Port/SD Slot
-USB Port: Can support soft drive such as USB flash drive, or MP3 player with maximum 16G compatibility, Can't support portable hard drive.
-SD Card Port: Can support SDHC Card of maximum 16G compatibility
-Built-In Analog Television
-TV system: PAL/NTSC
-Compatible Format: AVI/DVD/DVD+R/DVD-R/DVD-RW/VCD/MP3/CD/CD-RW/JPEG
-Built-in Radio Tuner (30 Preset Stations)+RDS
-FM(3*6)87.5-108MHz(Europe), Increment: 0.05MHz
-AM(2*6)522-1620KHz, Increment: 9 KHz
-1?English User's Manual
-1?Remote Controller (Battery inside)
-1?Front Panel Bag
-1x Operation pencil
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