A circa 1979-1980 animated TV commercial for the Firestone 721 radial tire. Each tire has 2 bands of cords with each cord containing 10 strands of steel – 7 strands around 2 wrapped by 1.
Caught in the act of driving with a blown out tire, instead of pulling over immediately.
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Spruce up your glasses – add a colored thread. Visio-Rx offers a choice in colored threads (and extra clear threads) when purchasing semi rimless glasses. This video explains in detail how to change the thread in your semi rimless glasses.
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Video text transcript
You will need
1. Your frame 2. Nail clippers 3. Ruler 4. Spare thread 5. Piece of ribbon/plastic.
Changing the thread is fairly simple.
Grab your glasses and your piece of ribbon.
There is a small space between the thread and
the lens. Thread your ribbon through there.
Pull the thread out of the groove on the lens.
Carefully remove the lens from the frame.
Using nail clippers, you will first remove the
thread from the hole closest to the bridge.
Gently tug the end loose.
Pull the thread through the other hole to detach
it from the frame.
Repeat the same thing on the other side to
remove the thread from the frame completely.
Grab your new piece of thread.
Weave the end through both holes.
Use your thumb to hold a small piece at the end
in place, then pull the thread tight.
With your thumb, push the thread toward the
edge, creating a “”fold”” in the thread.
On the other side, weave the thread through
Carefully remove the other lens, and measure
the distance between the frame and the thread
on that side.
Give the side that you’re working on the same
amount of space to work with. Tighten or
loosen the thread as needed.
Push the lens back into the frame. Check to see
if the thread can wrap around the lens.
Remove the lens, and cut the excess thread off
with your nail clippers.
Make sure to leave a little piece at the end, this
will help your thread stay put!
Push the little “”tail”” flat between the lens and
frame. Insert lens into rest of frame.
Wrap thread around lens using the ribbon.
You’ve successfully changed the thread!
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