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Winch Grizzly 2000# Electric 12 Volt Model H0937 on 2040-parts.com

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Hoodsport, Washington, United States

Hoodsport, Washington, United States
Condition:Used

Winch Grizzly 2000# electric 12 volt Model H0937

12V 2000 lb ELECTRIC PORTABLE TRAILER RECOVERY WINCH ATV/BOAT/TRUCK- 

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New Toyota Supra Concept first look – heading for Detroit 2014

Fri, 13 Dec 2013

New Toyota Supra Concept first look – heading for Detroit 2014 A new Toyota Supra is something Toyota were planning before the world’s economy jumped off a cliff in 2008, but with the world running out of money – and fripperies like sports cars low on the priority list – Toyota swerved away from its plans to launch a new Supra. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});But the world has moved on since 2008, and Toyota have got increasingly bullish about performance cars in the last year or two. So now it looks like a new Toyota Supra Concept is heading for next month’s Detroit Auto Show.

BMW i3 revealed: The BMW Megacity lives

Fri, 29 Jul 2011

BMW i3 Revealed - on sale in 2013 (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); The BMW i8 – also revealed today –  may be BMW’s answer to a supercar with a conscience for the 21st century, but the other end of the scale is the BMW solution to city mobility – the BMW i3. Known as the Megacity Vehicle – at least until BMW gave us all the detail of the i3 and i8 a few months ago – the BMW i3 is an upright box with a choice of pure electric or range-extender powertrains and is – in size – somewhere between the MINI and the current 1-Series. Just like the i8, the BMW i3 has a predominantly aluminium chassis and a body made of CFRP so it’s reasonably light for an EV (1270kg) and should be nimble thanks to its low centre of gravity which, just like the i8, is due to its batteries and the other heavy stuff sitting low down.

Biker attempts to beat London marathon record... in traffic

Fri, 11 Apr 2014

AS BRITISH favourite Mo Farah prepares to challenge the British record at the London Marathon this weekend, an enterprising biker has decided to try it himself – in the thick of London traffic. On closed roads a man vs machine race would be a bit one-sided, but with the average speed of a fast marathon runner being 12.43mph and the average speed of a motorbike in London traffic being 12.5mph, the result turned out not to be so clear-cut – the biker missing out on the record by a full five minutes. Using the same BMW F800GS Adventure as is loaned to the marathon organisers, Michael Mann of online community Bike Social followed the route as closely as possible, albeit with a few extra loops where the runners will take advantage of closed one-way streets.