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Using the JNC 1224 jump starter is a good idea when jump-starting bigger trucks as it provides enough power (3400 cold cranking amps) and is easy to use. I also use it on semis, fire trucks, dump trucks, campers, RV’s, you name it.
The JNC 12/24 and JNC 660 are the jump starters I use in this industry and if you are looking to get into it as well I suggest you get this jump pack!
Here are the JNC 12/24 Jump Starter Specifications.
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In this video you will see. How is the harvested old tires repair in Pakistan, big tractor tires repair. Tire punchere repairing Shop.
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Viewers Garmi ka mosam ha ya Dumpers 40,45 ton load Cary kurta ha. Jo ka in tires ke limits sa bohat zayada ha jis wja sa Bohat zayada tires Blast ho jata ha ya Expired ho jata ha. Transporters ka is wqat sub sa bra Kurcha Tires ka ha. Boarder bnd hona ke wja sa Tires ni mil ray or jo tire 55,60ka tah ab vo 90,95 ka mil rha ha. Jo ka bohat zayada ha. Govt. Ko chia ka Apna bnay hua X L load Ka Qanoun pa Amal kurwaya.
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was going to change my tires from winter to summer, but I wasn’t strong enough and I didn’t have enough tools to change them today ☹ on Saturday I’m going to change them with my dad instead 🥰 so this is a 2 part video 😍 enjoy 💜
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In this video, I show you a few simple tests I used to narrow down the problem causing my air conditioning not to work on my 2003 Chevy Trailblazer Extended. Turns out I was low on refrigerant and had a bad A/C Clutch Cycle Switch. I added some r-134a refrigerant, but the A/C clutch kept kicking on and going off repeatedly. So, I replaced the clutch switch, and now the A/C works perfectly. No more “Off and on, off and on.”
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If you’re rebuilding or re-gearing a GM/AAM 9.5″ rear axle (same as a 12 bolt and semi-float 14 bolt) this video may be of use to you.
This video format assumes the viewer already has some general knowledge of what it takes to install a set of gear in an axle.
*Ring Gear Torque – 75 ft lbs
*Bearing Caps – 80 ft lbs
*Pinion Bearing Preload –
15 – 22 in lbs with new bearings
7 – 9 in lbs with used bearings
*Backlash – .006″ – .010″
For break-in procedures, check out this video from Yukon Gear and Axle.
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