2004 Suzuki VL 800 Intruder Volusia C50 Air Box Airbox

February 3, 2017 § Leave a comment

2004 Suzuki VL 800 Intruder Volusia C50 Air Box Airbox

The Airbox typically houses the air filter element and ensures that intake air flows smoothly and equally to each Carburetor or FI intake. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Airbox will be intact and undamaged, with all mounts in place. Scuffs and nicks are considered normal wear, and will not affect the functionality of the Airbox.

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Schick Intuition Moisturizing Tropical Splash Refill Razor, 3 Count

January 20, 2017 § Leave a comment

Schick Intuition moisture razors simplifies shaving by smoothing and soothing your skin in one easy step. Skin conditioning solid lathers lightly when wet for a smooth shave with triple blade surrounded by skin conditioning solid.
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Dee Zee | 2114 | GMC | C2500 Pickup | SIERRA XC, V8, 6.2 | Tailgate

January 17, 2017 § Leave a comment

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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Roth IRA Withdrawal Rules: When Can You Take Money Out of a Roth IRA?

December 12, 2016 § Leave a comment

IRAs are governed by the IRS; as such there are many Roth IRA withdrawal rules that must be followed before you take money out of your account.In this article we’ll discuss IRA withdrawal rules including when distributions can be taken, when and if they are taxable, when and if penalties might apply, and any exceptions to the withdrawal rules.In general, distributions that are considered “qualified” and distributions that represent contributions you made to the Roth IRA are not taxable. In addition, Roth IRA funds that are transferred from one account to another, are also not taxable.However, a withdrawal that is not “qualified” or is not a return of your original contributions may be subject to taxes and/or penalties.Roth IRA Contributions Can Be Withdrawn Tax Free at Any TimeLet’s talk about return of contributions first. One of the least known Roth IRA withdrawal rules is that you can take your contributions out at any time for any reason, without paying taxes or penalties. Most people are unaware of this rule, and it’s an important one. The ability to get your contributions out tax and penalty free makes the Roth a very flexible investment vehicle.The ability to get your contributions out at any time means you can use your Roth IRA as an emergency fund, to save for college expenses, or for any financial goal. Let’s hope Congress doesn’t ever change this rule!Qualified Distribution Rules for Taking Earnings Out of a Roth IRAWhile you are able to get your contributions out at any time without worrying about paying taxes and/or penalties, this is not true for the earnings on your contributions. To get the earnings out of your Roth IRA without paying taxes or penalties, you must follow the “qualified distribution” rules.So what is a qualified Roth IRA distribution? According to the IRS, a qualified distribution is a Roth withdrawal that:1. Is made 5 years after the account is setup and contributed to, or
2. Is made:
1. Once you reach age 59 1/2,
2. Because you are disabled,
3. To a beneficiary (or your estate) after your death, or
4. Meets the first time home buyer exception (more info later)Any withdrawals that meet the requirements above will not be subject to income taxes. However, if you take a distribution that is not considered a qualified distribution, you may have to pay a 10% penalty on the amount withdrawn.
Conversions or Rollover Contributions to a Roth IRARoth IRAs that were converted from traditional IRAs or were rolled over from a qualified retirement plan (401K, 403B, etc.) have special rules. In general, if you take a Roth IRA withdrawal from an account that was converted from a traditional IRA within 5 years of the original conversion date, you may have to pay a 10% penalty on the amount taken out.This rule applies to each conversion, so if you do a Roth conversion in 2008 you can’t take a withdrawal until 2013; if you do another conversion in 2010, you can’t withdraw that money until 2015, etc. The good news is the 5-year conversion period starts on January 1 of the year of the conversion. So if you did a conversion on December 15, 2009, the 5-year period starts on January 1, 2009, thereby effectively shortening the 5-year period for conversions made later in the year.Bottom line on amounts that were converted, unless you meet one of the exceptions (defined below), you will need to wait five years to take withdrawals tax and penalty free.Exceptions to the Early Withdrawal PenaltyIf you take a withdrawal out of a Roth IRA that does not represent your original contributions, or is not a “qualified” distribution as defined earlier, then you may be subject to a 10% penalty (the IRS calls this additional tax). Thankfully, there are several exceptions to the 10% early withdrawal penalty.Following are several situations in which the 10% early withdrawal penalty may not apply:* You are age 59 1/2 or older,
* You are disabled,
* The withdrawal is from an inherited IRA,
* You qualify as a first time home buyer (distributions of up to $10,000 can be taken penalty free to be used towards the purchase of your first home),
* The distributions are part of a series of substantially equal payments (i.e., these payments must generally last for 5 years or until you reach age 59 1/2, whichever is longer),
* You are using the withdrawal to pay for significant unreimbursed medical expenses,
* You are paying medical insurance premiums after losing a job, or
* The distribution is being used to pay for qualified higher education expenses.There are a few other exceptions, but these are the main ones.When you take distributions out of a Roth, there are certain ordering rules that apply to determine whether you are taking tax-free contributions out or if you are taking earnings out that may be subject to taxes and penalties.Roth IRA Withdrawal Rules: The Order of DistributionThe IRS considers any Roth IRA withdrawals to be distributed in the following order:1. Regular contributions are withdrawn first (this is beneficial as contributions can be taken out tax free at any time),
2. Conversions from traditional IRAs and rollover contributions from qualified plans come out second. This is also beneficial if you have met the 5-year period for any of these amounts.
3. Finally, your earnings come out last. Since earnings withdrawn that don’t meet the “qualified” distribution rules are subject to the 10% early withdrawal penalty, you want to take these out last.

BBR Chain Guide – Black – Honda XR/CRF80/100 1985-Up – 340-HXR-1011

August 18, 2016 § Leave a comment

BBR Chain Guide – Black – Honda XR/CRF80/100 1985-Up – 340-HXR-1011Fully wraps the chain to guide it onto the rear sprocket. CNC machined, stainless steel hardware and HDPE plastic buffer for low friction. Saves expensive engine cases. Anodized finish with BBR logo.Lightweight high-strength aluminumStainless steel hardwareProtects engine cases
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Moving Your Way Towards Movement Photography – 4 Examples

August 9, 2016 § Leave a comment

So you’re tired of boring photos, dreary photos of fake smiles and robotic poses, nagging at the kids to keep still while they get their photo taken… BORING! Wake up and look at this! Make your photos works of art by using the wonderful technique called movement photography!Movement photography can be achieved by using any DSLR camera and a range of techniques from Panning, Freezing, Zooming blur and Time Lapse photography.The key to movement photography is shutter speed. This means the amount of time the shutter is open after you press the button to take the photograph – if you set the camera to a slow shutter speed, the shutter will stay open longer, with a lot of light hitting the sensor. You can guarantee that anything moving in your photo will be blurred.- PanningThis technique is achieved by setting a slow shutter speed on your camera – 1/30 to 1/60 is the shutter speed to start with. The trick with this technique is that you move the camera in time with the object you’re photographing. The effect you’re looking for is a blurred background and the focus of your photo is sharp and clear. The best way to perfect this technique is by trial and error. Practice taking photos of your subjects at different speeds – a cyclist, a dog running, cars driving at varying speeds etc. Focus on a part of your subject and that will help you to keep the camera still and follow it through as the subject moves past you. Start pressing the capture button before the subject reaches where you would define the perfect point and continue as the subject goes past this point. You wont get the perfect shot on your first try. However with some practice you can achieve pictures with that ‘ooohhh’ ‘aaaahhh’ effect!

– FreezingFreezing an image in the frame is achieved by speeding up the shutter speed (around 1/200) and adding a flash to the shot. To get these great photos, you will need as much light as possible. Using water or better still some milk – (which is thicker and will hold its shape longer), try dropping a strawberry into a glass of milk and capturing the point of impact – the strawberry hitting the milk, and then the splash of the milk up out of the glass – that’s pure art!- Zooming BlurAnother interesting movement photography technique is Zooming Blur. This gives the illusion that the stationery image is moving toward or away from you. You will need to set your camera up on a tripod so that you don’t get any sort of movement you don’t need. You need to set a long shutter speed, and so the time from when the shutter opens and closes, you are zooming in and out on your image, giving the photo movement streaks. As with other techniques, practice makes perfect.

– Time Lapse photographyThis technique is becoming more and more popular. It is the positioning of a camera on a tripod with hundreds of shots being taken of the same image at the same angle over minutes/days/weeks/months that tells a story of how the scene has evolved. Time lapse photography of a building site is a good example – the months it takes to construct a building can be viewed in minutes by watching the string of photographs played in very quick succession.There you have it, 4 ways of beefing up your photo collection! Get yourself out into the world with your camera and perfect these techniques. Take a note pad with you to record data such as shutter speed and aperture for certain shots so that you can analyse your shots back at the computer later on to see what works and what doesn’t. It will not take very long to become the photographer you’ve always wanted to be!

Dee Zee | 8146 | Chevrolet | V10 Pickup | V8, 5.7 | Truck Bed Rail

June 20, 2016 § Leave a comment

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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