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1990 Honda VFR 750 F Rear Swingarm

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1990 Honda VFR 750 F Rear Swingarm

The Rear Swingarm provides the pivoting action of the rear suspension and mounts the Rear Wheel. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Rear Swingarm will be straight and free of defects. All mounting points will be intact and undamaged. Due to the location of this part on the bike, cosmetic blemishes, imperfections and stone chips that do not effect performance are considered normal wear.

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February 3, 2017 at 9:12 am

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1985 Honda CMX 250 Rebel Chain Adjuster Set

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1985 Honda CMX 250 Rebel Chain Adjuster Set

The Chain Adjusters mount at the end of the Rear Swingarm, hold the Rear Axel, and can be precisely positioned forward and back to hold correct tension on the Chain. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Chain Adjuster Set is a complete set of all the adjuster components for your bike. This typically includes Adjuster Blocks, Adjustment Bolts, nuts, and in some configurations, backing plates.

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December 17, 2016 at 10:21 pm

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Claire Burke Fragrance Warmer Refills – ORIGINAL

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With a timeless fragrance blend of rose, lavender, patchouli, vetiver and spices, there is no name better than Claire Burke Original. Be unique, be yourself…be original. Mix and match your favorite fragrances with our new individually packaged votive. Highly fragranced single votive are the perfect finishing touch to any room or gift.
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December 14, 2016 at 4:35 am

Business VoIP – Data and Telephone Networks and Services Become One

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Integrating existing equipment with the end result of increasing efficiency and productivity has been a trend in business for hundreds of years. Getting rid of excess and using existing hardware to handle more tasks is always good for a business and promotes its growth. A VoIP service allows companies to combine two critical aspects of their daily operation by integrating voice and data services on the same network. Leveraging high-speed Internet connections for this, VoIP creates a hybrid network, and offers innovative and practical features to the end user.Gone, are the days when the telephone gets plugged into the “phone jack” and the computer, into the “data jack”VoIP uses an the data network (LAN) and Internet connection to operate the telephone system. In fact, IP phones get connected directly to the LAN or even daisy chained to a computer, not to a phone jack. This connection of telephone hardware to a computer system naturally allows the opportunity for a mixture of the two. This can lead to dramatic cost savings by eliminating cabling, contractor expenditures and even office space previously dedicated to supporting a separate phone network.Further, a single high speed Internet connection to the outside world can support both data needs (web surfing, email, IM, etc.) and business VoIP. With a business voip service, there is no need for a local loop or POTS lines (traditional telephone lines) from the telephone company.Voicemail to Email- Listening to Messages on the ComputerThe IP foundation of business VoIP also allows for a new bread of hybrid feature which can dramatically improve productivity and communication. One of these is Voicemail to Email. Voicemail can be sent to an email address of one’s choosing. Rather than having to log into a voice mailbox every so often to check messages, these can be sent to a work email address, where they can be played from any computer that has access to email. VoIP allows all different types of messages- voice, email, etc.-to be gathered into one central location, reducing the time needed to review them and allowing employees’ access to their voicemail from anywhere they can check email.Using a Cell Phone without Using a Cell’s MinutesSmartphones like the Blackberry have revolutionized the way business is conducted. Accessing email via these phones has created a virtual office that extends anywhere a cell phone is taken. VoIP broadens this revolution in dramatic new ways. Being conducted over the Internet, VoIP systems can extend the office phone network to Smartphones just like email. VoIP users can download an application to their mobile phones that allows them to access their office phone network as if it was their desk phone. Users can place and receive phone calls from their cell phones, and appear as if they are in the office- the caller ID will show the employee’s office phone number, rather than their private mobile phone number. And the deal breaker is that through VoIP, the office phone network is accessed via the Smartphone’s Wi-Fi connection. So, calls made this way from a cell phone are NOT using the cellular plan’s minutes! VoIP has transformed cell phones into portable desk phones, allowing employees to make calls and receive voicemail just as if they were at their desk.Business VoIP services, like OnSIP by Junction Networks, are blurring long standing lines between old school telephone services and next generation communications services which offer mobility, networks convergence and many more business benefits.

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July 1, 2016 at 6:38 am

Quaker State 550024106-6PK 10W-30 Defy High Mileage Synthetic Blend Motor Oil – 1 Quart (Pack of 6)

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Over time, all engines age and experience wear that could severely shorten engine life. Now there is a motor oil that can virtually stop wear in its tracks–new Quaker State Defy motor oil. Quaker State Defy is a synthetic blend motor oil that’s engineered to defy time by preventing 98% of future engine wear–including camshaft wear and bearing wear. Quaker State Defy contains increased zinc anti-wear agents that target high-temperature and high-wear surfaces to help you get the most life out of your engine.
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June 19, 2016 at 12:49 pm

Nikon D3000 – The New Nikon Entry Level DSLR – Is it Time to Replace Your Digital Compact?

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Many photographers purchase a DSLR camera after owning a compact digital camera. It is usually a logical progression. One of reasons for this evolution to a better, more complex camera is a developing enthusiasm in digital photography. As the photographer becomes more comfortable with taking photos, the images begin to improve. The improvement breeds new interest and enthusiasm in the photographer and a desire to move up to better equipment.At the top of the digital compact line are the prosumer digital compacts such as the Canon G10 and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3. But these are somewhat limited in their ability to satisfy the photographer’s growing need for control over the outcome of the photographic experience.

Enter the DSLR – Digital Single Lens Reflex camera. These cameras offer what the photographer needs – more control and the ability to change lenses. Most of the time, the first step is a less expensive DSLR. It is a logical first step toward the professional cameras, that is unless the $$$ are not an issue.Another normal part of entering the DSLR market for a majority of folks is the purchase of either a Canon or a Nikon entry level DSLR. Both Canon and Nikon have been producing solid, great-performing cameras that are affordable since the entry of the Canon Digital Rebel and Nikon D40. That is not to say that other manufacturers are not making good cameras. But the popularity of the two top manufacturers lends itself to being confident in getting a good camera the first time.The newest entry is now the Nikon D3000. It will replace the ever popular D40 and D60 cameras, and It is purposely priced to draw the attention of first time DSLR camera buyers. While you can still get a D40, Nikon has pulled the plug on production. The D40 has arguably been Nikon’s most popular camera in terms of sales. If the new Nikon D3000 performs as well as its older brother, it may be time to buy stock in Nikon.

If you are looking for a place to start DSLR photography, the Nikon D3000 would be an excellent choice. The mere competition between Canon and Nikon has driven the price down since the first entry level DSLRs. A few years ago, a new Rebel would cost just under $1000. The Nikon D3000 is entering the market at a price of $599!

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June 7, 2016 at 9:04 pm

Fila Disruptor II Sneaker(Toddler),Black/White/Red,8.5 M US Toddler

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Give your little one the gift of Italian style and craftsmanship.The Disruptor II sneaker features a Filabuck upper with a perforated toe to keep little toes cool and perspiration-free.Tongue and heel pull-on tabs make for easy entry and exit, and full laces offer an easily adjustable fit.A grippy rubber outsole delivers cushioning and sure-stepped traction.
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June 4, 2016 at 1:29 pm