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  • (4-Wheel Drive (4WD)) A drive system where the engine drives all four wheels, 4WD helps improve traction under many circumstances. 4WD can be part-time (low traction conditions only) or full-time (may be used on dry roads).

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WARN 86245 VR8000 8,000 lb Winch

WARN 86245 VR8000 8,000 lb Winch

The VR8000 is the first of the new WARN Vehicle Recovery line of winches aimed at first-time winch buyers, or just those looking to save some cash and still get a genuine WARN winch. A full 8,000 lb. pulling capacity makes this winch great for lighter trucks, Jeeps and SUVs. Quick line speed, durable construction, and WARN dependability ensure this winch will come through time and time again. There is a separate control pack for various mounting options, has a series-wound motor for plenty of power and fast line speed and has an exclusive brake design for superior winching control. comes with a remote control with a 12' (3.7m) lead and 94 feet of 5/16" (28.6 m of 8mm) diameter wire rope.

8000lbs winching capacity

Remote control included
The WARN VR8000 Vehicle Recovery winch delivers 8,000 lbs. of pulling capacity--making this winch great for lighter trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs. Quick line speed, durable construction, and WARN dependability ensure this winch will come through time and time again.
The VR Series of WARN winches offer a low-profile design and a separate control box to fit most vehicles. They have powerful motors; durable, reliable, and smooth three-stage planetary geartrains; and an exclusive brake design for outstanding control while winching. The VR Series winches wear a durable black powder-coated finish for outstanding corrosion protection and unique look.
Compatible with Other WARN Products

The entire VR winch line will fit all existing WARN mounting systems. All current accessories available for the WARN winch line will work on the VR winch line. So even though the VR winch line was developed specifically to meet the needs of the entry level and occasional user, you can still get the same WARN reliability and performance you expect from any WARN winch.
Low-Profile, Universal Design
The WARN VR8000 features a low-profile design will fit most trucks and SUVs. A separate control pack makes for various mounting options. The exclusive brake design offers superior winching control. The performance of the durable, smooth, and reliable three-stage planetary geartrain and series-wound motor delivers plenty of power and fast line speed to get you out of the mud and back on the trail.
Remote Control Included
The new next-generation WARN remote control stands up to rough treatment off-road. The rubberized, ergonomic pistol-grip handle sits comfortably in the hand. It's ultra-weather/mud resistant thanks to improved sealing. Simple, intuitive operation makes for a new industry standard in winch remotes.

Technical Specifications
Rated line pull: 8000 lbs. (3629 kgs)
Motor: 12V DC, Series Wound
Electrical controls: Solenoid
Remote Control: Remote switch, 12" (3.7m) Lead
Geartrain: 3-Stage Planetary
Gear ratio: 216:1
Clutch (freespooling): Sliding Ring Gear
Brake: Automatic Direct Drive Cone
Drum diameter/Length: 2.5"/9.0" (6.4cm/23cm)
Weight (kit shipping): 80 lbs. (36.3 kgs)
Wire rope: 5/16" x 94' (8mm x 29m)
Fairlead: Roller
Recommended Battery: 650 CCA minimum for winching
Battery leads: 2 gauge, 72" (1.83m)
Finish: Powder coat over primer undercoating

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Vengo a Prenderti Staseraaaa sulla Mia SUNBEAM TALBOT blu!! popi popi!!!

Vengo a Prenderti Staseraaaa sulla Mia SUNBEAM TALBOT blu!! popi popi!!!

the sunbeam supreme company

The original Sunbeam company was founded by John Marston in 1899 and based in Wolverhampton. Its position in the market was akin to the present day Jaguar.

Sunbeam was one of the premier marques of British car achieving its peak of fame during the 1920s. It first came to prominence following the appointment of Louis Coatalen as chief engineer in 1909 and Coatalen designed cars were soon setting new records of all types at Brooklands race track in Surrey. In 1912 the 3 litre Sunbeams caused a sensation when they came 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Coupe de l'Auto for touring cars run at Dieppe. So good were they, that they achieved 3rd, 4th, and 5th places in the French Grand Prix run concurrently! The cars which came 1st and 2nd achieved their places with engines which were 3 and 5 times the size of the Sunbeams! The almost identical touring model sold very well as a result.

In a famous race against Bugattis and Fiats, among others, Sunbeams came 1st, 2nd and 4th in the 1923 French Grand Prix and won the Spanish Grand Prix the following year. Sunbeam was the only British make to win a Grand Prix in the first half of the 20th century. Many of the features taken for granted on modern cars were first developed and tested by Sunbeam on the race track and then introduced to their ordinary touring cars. Among features pioneered by Sunbeam were overhead valve engines, brakes on all four wheels, power assisted brakes and twin overhead camshaft engines. Twin cam engines were standard on the 3 litre Super Sports models from 1924.

Sunbeam also held the world land speed record on several occasions as commemorated on British stamps issued in 1998. Malcolm Campbell's first "Bluebird" was a Sunbeam and in 1924 he achieved 146mph on an 18 litre 12 cyl Sunbeam developing 350hp. He had achieved the same speed a year earlier but the timing equipment had not been approved. In 1925 he was the first to reach 150mph on a similar car.

In 1926 Maj. Henry Segrave beat this on a new 4 litre 12 cyl Sunbeam when he reached 152 mph. The final triumph came in 1927 when Major Segrave, driving a twin engined 1000 hp Sunbeam, again broke the World's Record with a speed over 200mph for the first time.

In 1925 Sunbeam entered the new 3 litre Super Sports car for the Grand Prix d'Endurance (24 hours) at Le Mans. Sunbeam was the only British make to finish and won 2nd place overall and came first in its 3 litre class.

The STD Group, which came about with the merger of Sunbeam with Talbot-Darracq in 1920, was in fact badly mismanaged. It failed to rationalise its model range so that, at double the development cost, its own cars were often competing against each other for sales. The Sunbeam 16 and Talbot 14/45 for example were fairly similar cars aimed at the same market. Not only this, but there was virtually no standardisation or interchangeability of parts within the group which would have reduced costs. From about 1927 Coatalen spent most of his time in France and Sunbeam innovation more or less ceased. Sunbeam which had been the saviour of the Talbot company hitherto, now increasingly depended on the success of the Roesch Talbots. Following the Wall Street Crash of 1929, the depression of the 1930s set in and when in 1935 a large loan, taken out ten years earlier, could not be repaid, STD Motors went into receivership. The Rootes Group outbid the fledgling Jaguar company and bought Sunbeam and also Talbot. Both plants were closed and Rootes merely used the name to sell cheaper, badge engineered Hillmans. The Sunbeam-Talbot name was nevertheless to achieve much success in the 1950s & 60s in its new guise.

1904 Rover Mascot Roadster 8HP left

1904 Rover Mascot Roadster 8HP left

The Rover brand has always been at the heart of Britain's motor industry, from 1904 to the present day. The products that bear the name Rover are perceived as quintessentially British. Reliable and timeless designs flourishing on innovative engineering and style.
Towards the end of the 19th century, the city of Coventry had become the capital of the British cycle industry. Foremost among many bicycle makers in the city was the Rover Company, which in 1884 had pioneered the modern safety bicycle, which enabled its makers to claim that 'the Rover Set the Fashion to the World'. The company had been founded in 1877 as a partnership between John Kemp Starley and William Sutton. While Sutton soon pulled out of the business, Starley was to remain at the helm until his death in 1901. As early as 1888, he built an experimental electrically powered tricycle.
However the Rover Company only entered into production of self-propelled vehicles in 1903, with the first Rover Imperial motorcycle powered by a conventional petrol engine. In the following year, the first Rover car was introduced - the single cylinder 8 hp model designed by Edmund Lewis which had the first central backbone chassis in the world. A slightly smaller and cheaper 6 hp model of 1905 had a conventional chassis but featured an early example of rack and pinion steering. In the same year, Rover built its first four-cylinder cars, the 10/12 and 16/20 hp models, and in 1907 a 16/20 hp model driven by Earnest Courtis won the Tourist Trophy race in the Isle of Man.
The Eight had an air-cooled flat-twin engine, a type of power unit often associated with motorcycles or the contemporary flimsy cyclecars, but the small Rover was well made and sturdy. At one time it sold for as little as ?145 and was deservedly popular in the market, until eclipsed by the four-cylinder Austin Seven.
The first appearance of the Rover name was on a tricycle in 1884.
The Rover Safety bicycle – launched in 1885 – was the first rear-wheel driven cycle and pioneered the future of cycle design that continues to this day.
The Imperial Rover cycle proved itself the best in the world by winning every race in the 1908 Olympic Games.
In Poland and Slovakia, the name for bicycle is 'Ro'er or Rover'.
In 1888 Starley began working on an electric car, and heralded in a 1903 issue of The Autocar as 'we believe, the first motor machine made in Coventry'.
The 1st Rover prototype 8hp was completed on July 1 1904.
Rover's 8 hp went on-sale on December 1 1904 and featured a novel backbone chassis construction, uniquely including the rear axle and became Britain's best selling car (before the arrival of the Longbridge built Austin Seven).
Over 400,000 cycles and 100,000 motor cycles carried the Rover name between 1896-1924.

cheap four wheel drives for sale

cheap four wheel drives for sale

Superwinch 400439 Premium Manual Locking Hub

Superwinch Premium Manual Locking Hub includes a gear set and hub set compatible with the vehicles hub model number. This kit is designed to aid in hub conversion and features high performance. It is made from heavy-duty metal and is highly durable. This kit converts full time 4 wheel drive and disconnects front Drive axle while in 2 wheel drive. It increases mileage and reduces drive train wear. This kit is custom designed to fit all vehicles. It is backed by 1 year warranty for defects in materials and workmanship.

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