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hi i'm nathan just one of jucysawesome crew so you want to know what licenses we accept in australia well so long as you are 18 or over andhave the correct licence you should be good to go at jucy we accept full driver licenses so longas they are in english but don't panic



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if it's not you can always get aninternational driving permit or even get your license translated by an approvedtranslator what's even more exciting is we alsoaccept restricted licenses and aussie


car rentals sydney cheap,green p2 licenses but sorry guys unfortunately we don't accept learners licenses


red p1's or probationary licenseshopefully you are all set for your jucy adventure now but if you need any moreinfo just click on these handy links stay jucy


Rabu, 25 Oktober 2017

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- alright here wehave the oakley batwolf frame. it's a shield style frame similar to the antix, oil rig, and oil rig 2. it's shield style in that it has one continuous lens here rather than



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two separate lenseslike many other frames. this is an all plastic frame, so it's more flexible than the x metal series, which allows for fairly easy


installation of new lenses. the way you do that is, go ahead and grab the frame here,and take your hand and you're gonna pull up onthe top edge of the frame with this hand, and then pull down with the bottom edge on this hand. and push through with thefingers behind the lens here, so that the lens will pop out towards you. go ahead and pull up and pull down,


(popping) push out, and you'll see it's popped out right there, half way. and then we'll go ahead anddo that on this side as well. so we'll pull up on this edge, pull down on this edge, and push. and that edge has popped out. and now you'll see there'sa gap on either side. and then what you cando, is just go ahead and


push in the middle there,apply some pressure, and the lens pops right out. there's a groove all the way around here. and that's where the lens sits. and what we'll do to reinstall the lens is go ahead and start in the middle, and push in on the middle. you'll hear a pop there. and that's the lensseating in that groove.


and then you can justfollow around the outside with your thumb and it will pop right in. and it'll make multiple popping noises, but that just means the lensis in place, not breaking. so that side is now in the groove, and we'll go ahead and do this side. and that side is in place as well.


car rental sydney domestic airport,and you can do one finalsweep around the edge just to make sure the lensis completely in and secure.


and that is how you install lenses in your oakley batwolf frames.


Jumat, 20 Oktober 2017

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welcome to another episode of mighty mods now today we're doing some guard rolling, why? why? well quite simply, when you got a small car and you put big wheels on it and you go over bumps the wheels fill up the arches so much that it goes crrrr and doesn't sound good and kinda makes you look like an idiot



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so, you could go down to a shop and do it, it will probably cost you about 100-150 bucks just for the rear guards but we've decided to do it ourselves. so we're gonna show you how, the only thing is we need to find someone who knows what their doing.


they say he was found frozen in the ice caps of switzerland a thousand years ago with nothing but a heat gun in his hand now nobody knows where he came from, nobody knows who he is but, we know where he is and he's gonna help us out today, lets go you can see here the tools we're gonna need for the job there's a heat gun, rubber mallet and a couple of other bits and pieces so marty'ds getting the car jacked up and there's a brick under the front wheel to make sure it doesn't roll now because he's so safety conscious he's also put an axle stand under the back of the car


now with the wheels off marty can you tell us again why exactly we're doing this? "so when you've got the bigger wheels on and you hit a bump the wheel goes up into the arch and hits this edge, so we just basicly just have to fold it back" now it's probably a good time to tell you that we haven't actually done this before but for the sake of science and for the sake of you we thought we would destroy our cars first now luckily we found these old guards and we're gonna practice on them so it is going to work, the idea is you need to get some heat into the paint to stop it from splitting so, so far it's looking pretty good and we just have to go and see what happens


ok, so let's get into it. the idea of the heat gun is to keep the paint warm if the paints not warm there's a good chance it could crack once you start bending the panels back so we've rolled it about 45 degrees, you can go further but the chances of you splitting you paint around the edges are a bit higher so urrm this should be fine for our purposes and, yea, it's going well ok, so we got one side done, over to the other side ok, so the left sides done aswell so we're gonna put the wheels back on we'll drop the car back down and we'll test it out so there it is, we're all done. we've done the micra and done the sirion, it takes about


half an hour each side and all you need's a heat gun and a mallet so make sure you check out www.mightycarmods.com for more cool video's and more of marty


car hire sydney drop off melbourne,yeah cool this information is offered as entertainment and is a guide only. we take no resposibility if you *@!# up your car subtitles by antony coldron


Kamis, 19 Oktober 2017

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welcome to another episode of mighty mods now today we're doing some guard rolling, why? why? well quite simply, when you got a small car and you put big wheels on it and you go over bumps the wheels fill up the arches so much that it goes crrrr and doesn't sound good and kinda makes you look like an idiot



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so, you could go down to a shop and do it, it will probably cost you about 100-150 bucks just for the rear guards but we've decided to do it ourselves. so we're gonna show you how, the only thing is we need to find someone who knows what their doing.


they say he was found frozen in the ice caps of switzerland a thousand years ago with nothing but a heat gun in his hand now nobody knows where he came from, nobody knows who he is but, we know where he is and he's gonna help us out today, lets go you can see here the tools we're gonna need for the job there's a heat gun, rubber mallet and a couple of other bits and pieces so marty'ds getting the car jacked up and there's a brick under the front wheel to make sure it doesn't roll now because he's so safety conscious he's also put an axle stand under the back of the car


now with the wheels off marty can you tell us again why exactly we're doing this? "so when you've got the bigger wheels on and you hit a bump the wheel goes up into the arch and hits this edge, so we just basicly just have to fold it back" now it's probably a good time to tell you that we haven't actually done this before but for the sake of science and for the sake of you we thought we would destroy our cars first now luckily we found these old guards and we're gonna practice on them so it is going to work, the idea is you need to get some heat into the paint to stop it from splitting so, so far it's looking pretty good and we just have to go and see what happens


ok, so let's get into it. the idea of the heat gun is to keep the paint warm if the paints not warm there's a good chance it could crack once you start bending the panels back so we've rolled it about 45 degrees, you can go further but the chances of you splitting you paint around the edges are a bit higher so urrm this should be fine for our purposes and, yea, it's going well ok, so we got one side done, over to the other side ok, so the left sides done aswell so we're gonna put the wheels back on we'll drop the car back down and we'll test it out so there it is, we're all done. we've done the micra and done the sirion, it takes about


half an hour each side and all you need's a heat gun and a mallet so make sure you check out www.mightycarmods.com for more cool video's and more of marty


car hire sydney drop off brisbane,yeah cool this information is offered as entertainment and is a guide only. we take no resposibility if you *@!# up your car subtitles by antony coldron


Rabu, 18 Oktober 2017

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in 2016 audi gave us the scintillatingly quicksecond-generation r8 supercar. and now the german manufacturer has returnedwith a follow-up ragtop. behind me is the r8 spyder. and audi reckons it's just as quick and exhilaratingas its hardtop sibling. let's see if the claim stands up.



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the r8 spyder is now available in australianshowrooms priced from $388,500 plus on-road costs. it gets the same mid-mounted v10 engine asthe regular r8 coupe, producing 397 kilowatts, and 540 newton metres.


there's also a v10-plus spyder on its way. like the hardtop sibling, the spyder getsthe same swish, tech-laden monoposto cockpit, a relaxed day-to-day skill set, and top-flightsafety. it might sound farfetched, but this a supercaryou could actually live with, day-to-day. for one, the fabric top closes and opens inabout 20 seconds, at speeds of up to 50ks an hour. and while you wouldn't buy a supercar forfuel use, this one's actually not all that thirsty, when driven sedately. the engine can actually shut down an entirebank of five cylinders during light throttle-up


locations in order to save fuel. and, in addition, the seven-speed dual-clutchautomatic can decouple itself from the engine during coasting scenarios, basically, allowingthe car to freewheel down the road. in pure number terms there is very littlerationale to justify the spyder. it costs $3,400 than the equivalent v10 coupe,weighs an additional 125 kilograms, and is slower in a straight line. i've got one word to counter all of that. sound. with the roof down you've basically got unlimitedaccess to those ten thumping cylinders situated


right behind the cockpit. it's amazing and, i'm going to say it, wellworth the price of admission. to get around the added weight the spyder'sdoor seals now have a thicker gauge of aluminium and there's more reinforcement in the a pillarsand windscreen. with all those provisions in place there isno stopping that v10 engine. zero to 100 takes just 3.6 seconds and you'vegot a top speed of nearly 320ks an hour. the best part is just that zing as you climbto the 8,700rpm red [? rev] line. it's really intoxicating stuff. in addition, you've got that brilliant seven-speeddual-clutch automatic, and, i'm going to be


honest, i reckon it's the fastest gearboxin any modern supercar. more contentious is whether the added 125kilos in kerb weight is felt around the track. at nearly 1.8 tons the r8 spyder is certainlyno bantamweight. now, sure, we don't really have an r8 coupeto compare this car directly against, but, do i really feel like i'm missing out on anythingon track? not at all. well, there you have it. the r8 spyder lacks very little on the racetrack.


car hire sydney driver,but there is so much more to this car thango-fast appeal.


in fact, while i've got it, i'm going to gohit the town because, if you want to be seen, there's no missing this thing on the road.


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hi i'm nathan just one of jucysawesome crew so you want to know what licenses we accept in australia well so long as you are 18 or over...