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    black steel
  • Black Steel is an Australian heavy metal band, whose career highlights include supporting rock legends Deep Purple (2000), Judas Priest (2001, 2008'The West Australian' newspaper - 'Today' section September 18, 2008 - page 7), Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society (2006)and appearing at the Metallica

  • "Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos" is a song by the American hip hop group Public Enemy from their second album, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.





    wheels
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground

  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine

  • Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events

  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering

  • (wheel) a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)

  • (wheel) change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"





    truck
  • hand truck: a handcart that has a frame with two low wheels and a ledge at the bottom and handles at the top; used to move crates or other heavy objects

  • an automotive vehicle suitable for hauling

  • convey (goods etc.) by truck; "truck fresh vegetables across the mountains"

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Apex Flow Back Handle Hand Truck (TC2123A)


Apex Flow Back Handle Hand Truck (TC2123A)



Sold as one unit. (1 unit = each.) Overall dimensions: 46.6"H x 22"W x 18"D. Color: black. Heavy duty. Capacity 800 pounds. Tubular steel frame: 1.5MM x 1" diameter. Steel cross bar: 3.0MM x 1". Vertical support bar: 3.0MM x 1" diameter. Wheel brace: 6.0MM x 1". Toe plate: 4.5MM H x 14"W x 8"D. Fixed Axle: 16MM diameter. 10" diameter wheel. 4 ply 4.10/3.5-4 pneumatic tire. Welded steel rim. Top grade ball bearings for smooth wheel rotation. Powder coated finish. Replaces SKU # 7208002 and 7112147. Bulk with tag. Manufacturer number: TC2123A. SKU #: 7225402. Country of origin: Taiwan. Distributed by Ace Trading-Fg Hand Trucks Tw.










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Grip Zechin Caterpillar 769B 5




Grip Zechin Caterpillar 769B 5





CATERPILLAR 769B DUMP TRUCK

Manufacturer: Eidai Corporation

Range: "Grip" Sub range: "Zechin" - commercial vehicles

Model: Caterpillar 769B Dump Truck

Reference number: 1

Scale: 1:98th according to information on the box and as stated on base of model

Actual scale: 1:98th.

Length: overall 80mm wheelbase 36mm

Made in Japan

BACKGROUND

The Eidai Corporation was a massive Japanese toy manufacturer operating from the early 1970's to the early 1980's. Their range comprised of plastic kits in all scales from 1:76th to 1:8th, die-cast character toys which included robots and Gerry Anderson related products. Die-cast vehicles were available in all scales varying from the minute to 1:28th. One of their die-cast vehicle ranges was the "Grip Zechin" series which comprised of mainly commercial vehicles in a variety of scales. This range lasted from around 1975 to 1980.

THE MODEL

This Caterpillar Dump Truck was the first one released in the "Grip Zechin" series in around 1975. For such a small scaled model it is nicely weighty. The base unit is die-cast zinc alloy painted in "Caterpillar Yellow". There are some impressive detailing with open rung steps, lights, grill and tanks. The cab unit is a small metal casting which is located to the front left of the base unit and secured by slot and rivet. A black plastic driver figure inhabits the cab. There is also a black plastic moulding used for the exhaust stack. To protect this driver from the elements Grip have thoughtfully included clear plastic windows in the cab. A sticker with the "Caterpillar" symbol and model number is located on the driver's left hand door and on right side of a tank casting. Grip's attention to detail continues with the dump body casting which again has been painted in "Caterpillar Yellow". Here the V-bottom has been accurately reproduced in miniature. It is connected to the rear of the base unit casting by a dome-headed steel rod with a riveted end. The movement of the dumper casting is controlled by a 'Hydrosleeve' unit. One part is a pair of plastic tubes held in the base unit. The other part is represented by two metal rods connected to the dumper which are are inserted into these plastic tubes. This arrangement allows the dumper body to be raised and lowered smoothly. It also enables it to be held in the raised position. Wheel hubs are chrome-plated plastic shod in hard black plastic tyres. OK Grip's treatment of the hubs does spoil the overall accuracy. However, we must remember that this model was issued at the height of "superspeed" wheels! The wheels do rotate freely but Grip secures them to decent diameter axles that don't bend under the weight of hard play. Wheels are single units on the front axle and double units on the rear axle. The base plate is black plastic. This has a raised dome shape under the rear axle to represent the final drive casing and manufacturer details. It is secured to the base unit by two very small 'Phillips' style screws.

THE REAL DEAL

Caterpillar's first rigid framed off highway truck, the 35 ton Model 769, was unveiled in November 1962 with full production commencing in early 1963. The upgraded 769B was released in 1967 and was in production until 1978 when it was replaced by the 769C. The 769B engine was given an additional 15hp to bring the total output to 415hp. There was also a major improvement to the dump body section. This featured a V-bottom which helped to eliminate rear end spillage, allowed the use of larger tyres and lowered the truck's centre of gravity increasing stability. Oil cooled disc brakes provided improvements in stopping power, less fading and longer life than the drum brakes previously fitted. Suspension was a pneumatic-oil system providing a smooth and stable ride. A resigned steering system increased reliability. Finally, a new cab design enhanced access, safety and comfort.

Please do not use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my permission. Thanks.

Chris












Grip Zechin Caterpillar 769B 1




Grip Zechin Caterpillar 769B 1





CATERPILLAR 769B DUMP TRUCK

Manufacturer: Eidai Corporation

Range: "Grip" Sub range: "Zechin" - commercial vehicles

Model: Caterpillar 769B Dump Truck

Reference number: 1

Scale: 1:98th according to information on the box and as stated on base of model

Actual scale: 1:98th.

Length: overall 80mm wheelbase 36mm

Made in Japan

BACKGROUND

The Eidai Corporation was a massive Japanese toy manufacturer operating from the early 1970's to the early 1980's. Their range comprised of plastic kits in all scales from 1:76th to 1:8th, die-cast character toys which included robots and Gerry Anderson related products. Die-cast vehicles were available in all scales varying from the minute to 1:28th. One of their die-cast vehicle ranges was the "Grip Zechin" series which comprised of mainly commercial vehicles in a variety of scales. This range lasted from around 1975 to 1980.

THE MODEL

This Caterpillar Dump Truck was the first one released in the "Grip Zechin" series in around 1975. For such a small scaled model it is nicely weighty. The base unit is die-cast zinc alloy painted in "Caterpillar Yellow". There are some impressive detailing with open rung steps, lights, grill and tanks. The cab unit is a small metal casting which is located to the front left of the base unit and secured by slot and rivet. A black plastic driver figure inhabits the cab. There is also a black plastic moulding used for the exhaust stack. To protect this driver from the elements Grip have thoughtfully included clear plastic windows in the cab. A sticker with the "Caterpillar" symbol and model number is located on the driver's left hand door and on right side of a tank casting. Grip's attention to detail continues with the dump body casting which again has been painted in "Caterpillar Yellow". Here the V-bottom has been accurately reproduced in miniature. It is connected to the rear of the base unit casting by a dome-headed steel rod with a riveted end. The movement of the dumper casting is controlled by a 'Hydrosleeve' unit. One part is a pair of plastic tubes held in the base unit. The other part is represented by two metal rods connected to the dumper which are are inserted into these plastic tubes. This arrangement allows the dumper body to be raised and lowered smoothly. It also enables it to be held in the raised position. Wheel hubs are chrome-plated plastic shod in hard black plastic tyres. OK Grip's treatment of the hubs does spoil the overall accuracy. However, we must remember that this model was issued at the height of "superspeed" wheels! The wheels do rotate freely but Grip secures them to decent diameter axles that don't bend under the weight of hard play. Wheels are single units on the front axle and double units on the rear axle. The base plate is black plastic. This has a raised dome shape under the rear axle to represent the final drive casing and manufacturer details. It is secured to the base unit by two very small 'Phillips' style screws.

THE REAL DEAL

Caterpillar's first rigid framed off highway truck, the 35 ton Model 769, was unveiled in November 1962 with full production commencing in early 1963. The upgraded 769B was released in 1967 and was in production until 1978 when it was replaced by the 769C. The 769B engine was given an additional 15hp to bring the total output to 415hp. There was also a major improvement to the dump body section. This featured a V-bottom which helped to eliminate rear end spillage, allowed the use of larger tyres and lowered the truck's centre of gravity increasing stability. Oil cooled disc brakes provided improvements in stopping power, less fading and longer life than the drum brakes previously fitted. Suspension was a pneumatic-oil system providing a smooth and stable ride. A resigned steering system increased reliability. Finally, a new cab design enhanced access, safety and comfort.

Please do not use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my permission. Thanks.

Chris










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black steel truck wheels




Tradesman TSTFW2BK 48.25" Black Steel Fender Well Specialty Tool Box






This product provides the extra room you need for an efficient, effective storage solution. Made with 22 gauge steel. Gaskets keep out dirt and water. Tradesman 48.25 inch black steel fender well specialty tool box is designed to provide effective and efficient storage solution for vehicles. It is crafted from heavy duty steel and ensures lifelong durability. This fender well specialty box has keyed locks to protect valuables. It features ethafoam mounting strips to protect the vehicle's finish. This tool box has gaskets that are placed accordingly in the fender well specialty box to keep out of dirt and water.










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