1993 Suzuki VX 800 Rear Passenger Seat

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1993 Suzuki VX 800 Rear Passenger Seat

This is the Rear Passenger Seat on bikes equipped with seperate Rider and Passenger Seats. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used seat will be clean and in good condition. The seat pan will be intact and undamaged. Older metal seat pans may show surface rust, but will be structurally sound. The foam padding will be in good condition. Seat covers will not be ripped or torn, although they may have minor nicks or cuts where the cover wraps around the pan, generally not visible when mounted.

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Crossrail Finally Gains Some Traction

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The Crossrail project seems to have been around in one form or another for a very long time. Robert Stephenson, the creator of the Rocket, had an idea for a cross-London link back in 1836, although running north to south. The Central London Rail Study proposed an east-west Crossrail link in 1989 but this fell foul of the 1990s recession. The idea resurfaced with the publication of the London East West Study in 2000 and, after years of lobbying, funding was agreed in 2007 and the required legislation was passed. Having survived Chancellor George Osborne’s spending review last week, the scheme appears to be finally gaining momentum.Boost for London…Crossrail aims to make travel easier in London and surrounding areas, reduce congestion and deliver substantial economic benefits to the region. The overall budget cost is £15.9 billion, with the Department of Transport providing £5.5 billion and the rest coming from other sources that include Transport for London and private sector backers such as the City of London Corporation, Canary Wharf, BAA and Berkeley Homes. The project is forecast to deliver £42 billion in benefits to the UK economy, up from a previous estimate of £36 billion, with a £17 billion tax boost for the Treasury.The scheme is the largest civil engineering project in the UK and the biggest single addition to London’s transport network for more than fifty years. It will run 118 kilometres from Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield and Abby Wood in the east. Part of the journey will be through twin-bore 21 kilometre tunnels under central London. The city’s rail transport capacity will be increased by 10%; 1.5 million more people will be within 45 minutes commuting time of London’s business districts and Heathrow to Canary Wharf will take just 43 minutes.Work to Date…Preparatory work got underway at Canary Wharf in 2009. Much of the initial activity has been enabling work, involving the diversion of utilities such as gas mains and the demolition of buildings. Major construction has started this year and includes the construction of new ticket halls at some stations, work on existing surface railway that will be used by Crossrail, enlarging tunnels and the establishment of tunnel portals.The tunnelling work itself will get underway in 2011 and will require the creation of five separate twin-bore tunnels running for a total of 21 kilometres and at depths of up to 36 metres. Tunnel boring machines will be used to build six-metre diameter tunnels for the trains while sprayed concrete linings will be used for the larger platform tunnels at stations and for passenger circulation tunnels. The excavations are expected to create eight million cubic metres of material, which will be removed along the tunnels to reduce lorry journeys.Job Creation…Associated with the tunnelling work is the creation of a Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy (TUCA). This aims to meet the immediate needs of the Crossrail project and longer term to address the shortage of tunnelling expertise and the lack of a training centre in the UK. It will provide trained personnel for other projects in the future, including the Thames Tideway Tunnel sewerage scheme and National Grid’s construction of electricity cable tunnels as well as European projects such as the Dublin Metro.TUCA’s purpose-built facility in east London will cost £6 million and will be part-funded by £5 million from the Department of Business Innovation and Skills. It will start to provide training in spring 2011 and be fully operational by the summer. Courses will initially be provided to Crossrail workers, with around 3,500 expected to need some sort of training and all required to gain the Underground Safety Passport. After that, workers on other underground projects will get training that will include an NVQ in Tunnelling Operations.To help to provide workers for the project, Crossrail has teamed up with Jobcentre Plus, which will provide staff at the project’s Visitor Information Centre to deal with possible recruits. Jobcentre Plus will also provide advice and liaise with job brokerage services to source suitable candidates for vacancies. The Crossrail project is committed to delivering at least 400 apprenticeships and will start to offer these from late 2010. Further information can be found here.Around 2,500 people were working on the project at the end of September, 300 of them being employed directly by Crossrail Limited. The total is expected to rise to 14,000 across the whole supply chain when activity peaks between 2013 and 2015.When construction ends in 2017, the new trains will carry 1,500 passengers each at peak times.

Solar Sense Clear Zinc SPF 50 Carded Stick, 0.45-Ounces Units (Pack of 4)

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Solar Sense Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ Clear Zinc is now available in a hands-free, wide Body Stick. Glide it over your whole body for advanced protection against the sun’s UVA1, UVA2 and UVB rays. Unlike wet sprays, you get a clean, dry application with no mess. Solar Sense has micronized Zinc Oxide, a physical sunscreen that forms a clear shield to repel the sun’s rays and prevent skin from absorbing them. It won’t break down in the sun and it is water resistant (80 minutes), sweat resistant, non-greasy, fragrance-free, hypoallergenic and won’t clog your pores. Plus it has Green Tea and Aloe to help keep skin looking soft, smooth and hydrated and it’s Paraben free and Oxybenzone free. You get superior protection in a convenient, no mess, wide-stick container
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Dee Zee | 151-30 | Nissan | Frontier | V6, 3.3 | Truck Steps

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Dee Zee, Inc, based in Des Moines, Iowa, is celebrating over 28 years as a leading supplier of aftermarket truck accessories. Dee Zee announced their arrival with the introduction of 12 custom fit britetread or extruded aluminum running board applications at the 1977 Sema Show in Las Vegas. From that November to today, Dee Zeesâ mission is to market the highest quality truck products while satisfying the needs of their customers. Dee Zee has expanded the initial offering of 12 boards to over 120 running boards and accessories. Their product lines now boast over 80 different toolboxes, 20 tube products, 34 Mossy Oak® Break Up ⢠CAMO products, and 32 heavy-duty products. The various product lines account for over 2,000 total SKUâs.
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Women’s Clothing Accessories – The Hottest Trends for Fall

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What characterizes fall fashion? Neutrals, low-key, relaxed shapes, soft materials for chic women’s clothing and scorching hot women’s clothing accessories. If summer has bright colors to be proud about and spring indulges in dreamy prints, fall is the best time to accessorize.ClothingEvery season has its own highlight and fall is not in any way lacking in style. Despite the tone down on colors, it usually offers distinct accessories that make the powerful statement. If you want to have a good look of what’s in store for fall, browse for collections and catalogues from designers like Elan International and you’ll see how fabulous can black, grey and white can get for women’s casual clothing.This season’s specials seem endless. For one, chic tops and bottoms can be easily mixed and matched. And also, there are really no rules when it comes to hemline, neckline and materials. As long as the cover-ups can keep you warm, those materials are must-haves.You can wear short dresses over leggings while long dresses go pretty well with a ruffled wrap. You can choose to wear boots all season or alternate it with sexy heels when the occasion calls for it. It’s “anything goes” this season but a word of advice, don’t lose your fashion sense. Chic apparel in fall comes in varied pieces so you do not have to get stuck with a rule.AccessorizingWomen’s clothing accessories trend is easy to spot. Just look at what celebrities are wearing and you can easily build around your season wardrobe from there. This time, seen on many celebrities is the Humanity Wrap-around Bracelets.What’s so special about it and why would you like to get one? It’s a celebrity thing remember? It means it’s trendy, up-to-date and the accessory of the moment. Aside from that it imparts positive messages like “Sow Love,” “Lead the Way,” “Accept Love,” you get the picture.Humanity Wrap-around Bracelets are not only fashionable it is also a gentle reminder on how you should treat the people around you. Also it is a subconscious way to spread love to humanity, thus the name of the bracelet. It comes in different colors as well so you can wear the shade that represents your positive mood for the day or perk you up when you’re feeling somber.Since these are colorful but not loud accessories, it can mix well with your new fall casual clothes ensembles. It can balance the otherwise drab neutrals and enhance your aura for the day. It has a playful character to it too so it will surely fit right in with the looks that you want to project this fall.Say you want to have a vibrant look for Friday’s night out with your friends, adding this bracelet can put the necessary twist to your timeless white top and narrow bottoms. Since it’s also boots season, complement it with a Humanity Wrap-around Bracelets and you’re sure to change your vibe positively. Aside from these trendy bracelets, you can add pizzazz to your fall get-up with other accessories like exquisite bags.

Dee Zee | 4752S | GMC | Suburban C2500 | V8, 7.4 | Hood Protectors

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Dee Zee, Inc, based in Des Moines, Iowa, is celebrating over 28 years as a leading supplier of aftermarket truck accessories. Dee Zee announced their arrival with the introduction of 12 custom fit britetread or extruded aluminum running board applications at the 1977 Sema Show in Las Vegas. From that November to today, Dee Zeesâ mission is to market the highest quality truck products while satisfying the needs of their customers. Dee Zee has expanded the initial offering of 12 boards to over 120 running boards and accessories. Their product lines now boast over 80 different toolboxes, 20 tube products, 34 Mossy Oak® Break Up ⢠CAMO products, and 32 heavy-duty products. The various product lines account for over 2,000 total SKUâs.
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