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How Changing Your Tire Size Could be Dangerous by Jeremy Biberdorf
... These tire calculators allow you to compare specifications of different tire sizes. They display the tire height, width, RPMs, speedometer difference and more. These tools aren’t exact as a tire size can slightly vary from one tire model to another, but they are very good tools. So use a tire size calculator as a general guide. Then confirm your calculations with a tire industry professional. You can also find the exact measured height of each tire model if you visit the tire manufacturer’s ...

How to Compare Tire Sizes with a Tire Size Calculator by Jeremy Biberdorf
... Before switching tire sizes, try using an online tire size calculator to help keep your vehicle safe. You don’t have to be a tire professional to use these free tire size calculators. You just have to know how to read the information. When you enter a tire size into a tire size calculator, a variety of information is returned. Tire Section Width: The tire’s width can be important in preventing clearance issues. A wide tire could rub on the wheel well or suspension components, particularly ...

How to Select A Hard Drive For Your PC by Peter Dobler
... When choosing a new hard drive, keep several things in mind: size measured in gigabytes, size physically measured in inches, speed, and brand. When looking at brands, there are many good choices. Choose a brand you’ve heard of and trust. Possibilities from good companies include Maxtor, Quantum, Western Digital, Fijutsu, Toshiba, and IBM among others. When looking at price, remember the old adage “you get what you pay for.” A wise shopper will look around for the best price, but price isn’t ...

Secrets the Supermarkets Don't Want You To Know When Doing Your Weekly Food Shopping by Bruce Hokin
... Pay attention to package sizes. Does 10% extra mean that the price is still the same or has the price been increased too? Learn to spot these claims and test them out for yourself. Secret #10. Sometimes you'll find the same type of goods in 2 or 3 places. Take cheese for example. It will most probably be cheaper in the cheese rack than in the deli or on cheese tables. Secret #11. Don't buy something, such as bread, just because it smells so good.

Types of Batteries by Jeff Anderson
... high drain rate applications, such as electronics applications. Alkaline batteries can deliver 50-100% more total energy than conventional carbon zinc batteries of the same size, making them popular for consumer applications. Silver Oxide Cells: commonly found as button cells that power small electronic devices such as watches, calculators, hearing aids and other small specialty devices. Rated at 1.55 volts per cell, their advantage is small size, high energy density and long shelf life.

Today's Window Air Conditioners Are Very Quiet And Efficient by Donald Munn
... Use an air conditioner size calculator to select the proper sized unit for the room you want to cool. Undersized air conditioners will run continuously and not cool the space adequately and an oversized unit will cycle on and off too often. This increases equipment wear and can actually cause fuses to fail. An additional benefit of a properly sized air conditioner is humidity control. While these units are operating, moisture condenses on the evaporator coil just like a dehumidifier.

How to Add Shares to a Profitable Position by Chris Perruna
... Now, take a look at how this works (it doesn’t work perfectly every time but this time I kept the numbers round): Using the position sizing calculator; plug in a portfolio value of $110,000, a risk of 1.5%, stop loss of 8% and an average cost basis of $45.83 What do you get? Amazing: a position size of $20,625 or 450 shares. I currently hold 450 shares with a dollar value slightly lower ($19,318.80) than the maximum calculation in this equation.

How to Find Your Bra Size – a Teen Guide! by Chuck Gant
... Cup Size 0 to 1/2 inch AA 1/2 to 1 inch A 1 to 2 1/2 inches B 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches C 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches D 4 1/2 to 6 inches DD (E) 6 to 7 inches DDD(F) 7 to 8 inches G To make things easier you can use our Bra Size calculator at When the right bra size still isn't right ! If your bra still doesn't feel right, the best thing to is to try on deferent brands, and vary the size a bit. Make sure the bra strap doesn't cut into your shoulders, and make sure your breasts ...

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