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(1) Sp6-1225-1 Woody's Slim Jim Dooly Carbide 6 In. Wear Rod on 2040-parts.com

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Metamora, Illinois, United States

Metamora, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:Woodys Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:SP6-1225-1

Sold the sled.  Don't need this anymore.  

Polaris Slim Jim 6" Dooly

Brand new in the package.  Sold as is...no returns.

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Renault teases new Captur crossover

Tue, 08 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Renault has teased its Captur crossover ahead of its full unveiling on Friday. The image shows the front-end design of the car, which flags up many of the same cues as the latest Clio, unveiled in Paris last year. The tapering headlamps across the corners are instantly recognizable, for example.

2014 Lexus CT 200h: Guangzhou Motor Show

Thu, 21 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The new 2014 Lexus CT 200h (pictured) has debuted in China It’s three years since Lexus delivered their compact hybrid CT 200h and, as we revealed last week, a new CT 200h for 2014 is on the way. Lexus has now revealed the 2014 CT 200h at the Guangzhou motor show in China, and it gets the new Lexus face of a statement spindle grill, but it also gets changes that should help make the CT 200h more appealing. Top of those changes is improvements in the way the CT 200h rides; our biggest criticism of the CT 200h was that it had the harsh ride of a sporty car but without the power to exploit the setup.

Citroën Cactus concept with Air Bump technology confirmed for Frankfurt debut [w/Video]

Wed, 28 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Citroën's Cactus concept featuring a mysterious sounding 'Air Bump' technology will be taking center stage at the carmaker's stand at this year's Frankfurt motor show. The carmaker has released just one image of the concept along with a 21-second video (see left) showing a spongy panel labeled ‘Air Bump' being poked. Although this doesn't really tell us much about what this new technology actually does, we suspect the panels featured in the video are inserted into the bumper and can protect it from the smaller-scale collisions that can happen in everyday life.