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Michigan 77/mahle/clevite Sh-993 S Mack 6 Interchanges Dura Bond Ma-6 on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States

New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New

Michigan 77/Mahle/Clevite SH-993 S cam bearings, interchanges with Dura Bond MA-6.  Bearings fit Mack 6 END 673, END 675, and END 676.  Buy it now!  Purchaser pays shipping.

BMW/Exa-sponsored project at ACCD

Wed, 13 Aug 2008

Art Center's BMW/Exa 7th term sponsored project, which we first reported on back in mid-February, recently had its final presentation at the conclusion of the Spring 2008 term. You'll recall the project tasked the students with redesigning a future X5 Sports Activity Vehicle with the express mandate improving its aerodynamic efficiency by at least 30 percent. To achieve this lofty goal, the co-sponsor on the project, Exa Corporation was going to provide both their engineering software PowerFLOW and their technical know-how to virtually test the students' Alias StudioTools design models and provide them with real world aerodynamic feedback.

Read the Spyker Cars press release announcing the purchase of Saab from GM

Tue, 26 Jan 2010

PRESS RELEASE: GENERAL MOTORS AND SPYKER CARS REACH AGREEMENT ON SAAB -- GM and Spyker Cars announce a binding agreement over the transfer of ownership of Saab -- Terms are agreed and the deal is expected to close in February -- Saab's future as an independent company is secured -- Saab will exit the orderly wind-down process -- Spyker shareholders will restructure at closure of the deal -- Swedish Government issues guarantee in favour of EIB ZEEWOLDE, The Netherlands (26 January, 2010) -- General Motors Company and Spyker Cars N.V, today confirmed the details of a binding agreement over the transfer of ownership of Saab Automobile AB of Trollh

70ft tall car juggling robot planned

Wed, 02 Jul 2014

BugJuggler When it comes to things we would like to see in our lifetime, a 70ft-tall robot juggling cars is most definitely one of them. So let’s all give this crazy group of ex-NASA and James Bond stunt engineers a big round of applause, because that’s exactly what they are trying to achieve. The robot is called the BugJuggler, and as yet it’s just a figment of some very over-active imaginations.