J & L 1-3/16 X 5 Tpi R.h. Single Pass Acme Tap 1.187 Inch -5 Unipass Hss 1-3/16" on 2040-parts.com
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
This tap is Brand New , never used . It's hard to see, but it says J&L 1-3/16 -5 ACME HSS Tandem 23 and the number 368162 on it.It comes in the factory J and L Brand protective storage tube.I
will ship right away..I also have a Regal 1" x 5 R.H. one for
sale, and a Widell brand 1-1/8 - 5 L.H. one for sale.If you would like a
package deal, message me and we can figure out a price, and group the
Tools for Sale
Wed, 28 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
We dispensed with the basics in Part 1 on Monday: There's a 1963 Pontiac StarChief in the parking garage of Autoweek HQ. It needs of a new coat of something for the summer, so let's explore some of the options confronting today's refinish customers, where candy paint is no longer the only game in town. Let's start with vinyl wraps: We've seen them, felt them and picked at them at shows and in shops.
Tue, 12 Aug 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Whitworth
First Official Pictures
12 August 2008 00:01
Following on from the RS6 Avant launched at the start of the 2008, Audi has revealed the saloon version of its hottest A6. And it’s hot! Like the estate, the four-door RS6 is powered by a twin-turbo 5.0-litre V10 with outputs to shame the CLS63 AMG and M5…
With direct injection and dry-sump lubrication – always handy if you plan to knock off a few laps of the Nürburgring on the way home from work – the blown V10 whips up a supercar-rivalling 572bhp at 6250rpm and a mighty 479lb ft that kicks in at just 1500rpm.
Fri, 16 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Seven years ago, I bought a rough-looking-but-good-running 1992 Honda Civic DX hatchback, for use as a gas-sipping alternative to my daily-driver P71 Crown Victoria. These days, it's the car I drive when it snows in Denver, and it's a reliable all-around beater. The EG Civic (as the 1992-95 Civic hatchback was designated by the factory) has become a much-sought-after classic in recent years, sort of the '55 Chevy of the early 21st century, and there's such a vast array of factory and aftermarket performance hardware available that I haven't been able to resist the idea of doing some power and suspension upgrades.