Joes Racing Products Bump Stop Shim Kit For 5/8" Shaft (1/16,1/8,1/4,3/8)penske on 2040-parts.com
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Joes Racing Products
Finally a solution to easily snap your bump stop shims onto your shock shafts. The JOES design crew has come up with a practical system for quick installation and removal. The JOES bump stop tool is specially shaped to work with JOES bump stop shims. A quick push and your shim snaps in place. Each shim has a hole that lines up with a pin on the removal tool for instant removal. Bump Stop Shim Kit includes case, bump stop wrench and 4 of each shim, 1/16", 1/8", 1/4", 3/8". Replacement shims can be ordered separately.
The Mitsubishi Mirage and Ford Focus: the slowest- and fastest-selling used cars revealed by Glass's
By Tim Pollard
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28 August 2014 12:17
The best and worst secondhand cars have been revealed in a survey revealing which models sell quickly and which hang around like a bad smell. The list, compiled by used-car pricing gurus at Glass’s, claims that the Ford Focus is Britain’s fastest-selling secondhand car. On average, it takes just 24.9 days to sell a Focus on the used market in Britain.
UK traffic wardens issued a parking ticket every four seconds last year, dishing out a total of 7.8 million in fines and raking in a whopping £255 million from motorists. The figures, obtained through a series of freedom of information requests by Churchill Insurance, found that Westminster City Council issued the equivalent of more than four Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) per resident in 2013, generating an income of £24 million for 455,000 fines. Parking wardens given ‘illegal’ bonus targets
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Outside London, Cardiff issued the most fines at 57,000 – while North Somerset Council generated the most revenue at £2.25 million.
The Lamborghini Conquisto SUV Concept (by Belgian designer David Cardoso)
This is an old chestnut that crops up every month or four – Lamborghini to make new SUV – probably because Lamborghini already has an SUV in its history with the frankly other-world LMoo2. Still, with Lamborghini now very much a part of the VW Group (what happened to the revival of Auto Union as a group name?) there’s starting to be more credence to the guesswork. This time it’s Auto Express doing some guesswork (industry insider said…) and they reckon that Lamborghini are going to take the underpinnings of the Porsche Cajun (which is basically the same as the Q5), shove in the new 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 currently being developed jointly by Audi and Bentley and call it the Lamborghini LM00X (or LM003 or LM004 or LM005…).