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Method 406 15" Beadlock Blk (4+4) Wheels 32" Chicane Rx Tires Can-am Maverick X3 on

US $1,829.24

Middleport, New York, United States

Middleport, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:Method Wheels / STI Tires Wheel Diameter:15" Manufacturer Part Number:103215+32CRX10 Wheel Finish:Matte Black Wheel Widths (F/R):8" / 8" Wheel Bolt Pattern:4/137 Wheel Offsets (F/R):4+4 / 4+4 Tire Height:32" Tire Widths (F/R):10" Tire Rating:8 Ply DOT Approved:Yes Tire Tread Depth:.60" Tire Construction:Radial Wheel Type:Single Beadlock

Chevrolet Camaro muscle car is go!

Sun, 13 Aug 2006

By Phil McNamara Motor Industry 13 August 2006 07:00 The Chevrolet Camaro – GM's centrepiece at the 2006 Detroit auto show – has received the green light for production. The V8 coupe will be unveiled in late 2008, with sales confirmed for early 2009. 'The new Camaro will be almost identical to the concept, a thoroughly modern interpretation of the 1969 model,' said GM design boss Ed Welburn.

Non-starting Nissan LEAFs to be reprogrammed

Sun, 17 Apr 2011

NIssan LEAF - date with a laptop They’re not exactly thick on the ground but, as we reported just a week ago, Nissan has already got problems with the Nissan LEAF, which has been refusing to restart once it’s stopped. Not restarting is not exactly a safety issue, so as long as you can actually get your nice new Nissan LEAF to start in the first place there’s no chance it will pack up on you mid-journey (unless you run out of electrickery). But having stumped up at least £10k more than an equivalent ICE car would cost for your LEAF, the least you should be able to expect is it to do what it says on the tin without packing up.

Council Street Light Switch Off Policy Challenged

Fri, 04 Jul 2014

THE AA has raised concerns over the practice of turning off street lights at night, saying that councils are "ignoring the findings of road-accident inquests" in their bid to save money. The motoring organisation cited the fact that at least five pedestrians and a cyclist have been killed since 2009 because, according to accident investigators at inquests, drivers had little or no chance of avoiding the collisions on blacked-out roads with speed limits of 40mph or higher. The AA added that although some councils have recognised the danger and turned their street lights back on, others were "ignoring inquest findings".