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3M Filtrete Dust & Pollen Air Filters 10x20x1 (6-Pack)

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3M’s basic Filtrete filter. The MERV 8 efficiency is better than an average pleated filter, but not as good as Filtrete’s Micro Allergen or Ultra Allergen models. The Model 600 utilizes a “pinch pleat” design, which does not have the rigid and more costly frame cross members that are standard on 3M’s higher-end models. The “pinch pleat” design saves you money. Please note that these Filtrete filters measure approximately 0.3 inches smaller than the stated size in order to conform to industry standards.
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December 21, 2016 at 7:50 am

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Griot’s Garage 10665 3

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These are the finest synthetic glass polishing pads for the 3 inch random orbitals. Use these with the glass polishes to remove water marks and other tenacious residue with ase. Easy clean up with the micro fiber and foam pad cleaner, and can be used over and over.
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October 11, 2016 at 5:37 pm

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Cheap 50mm Lens For Canon – Super Lens at a Super Price

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Finding a good cheap 50mm lens for Canon DSLR cameras has been the quest of many a photographer.Every SLR camera owner must have a 50mm lens. This premise still is the belief of many photographers who have been around the photo industry for a long time. Truth is that with the advent of so many zoom lenses, a 50mm lens is not so much the norm any longer.However, when you consider the quality of images that are produced with prime lenses verses zoom lenses, the prime lenses win almost every time.Canon has developed the technology of the 50mm lens to a point where it really should be a “standard” in every photographer’s kit.Think about it. There is no need for additional technology to deal with the effects of focal length changes in a single focal length, or prime, lens. Thus, the already great 50mm lens just gets better as glass quality improves.

There are three versions of the 50mm Canon lens.
50mm f/1.2 L – expensive but fantastic (it’s an L lens)
50mm f/1.4 – medium price and fantastic
50mm f/1.8 – cheap but fantasticThey look pretty much the same in a list. The differences are in build quality and aperture. The first two on the list are more solidly built and have more lens glass than the third one. But that does not mean the quality is a whole lot different. It isn’t. Especially to someone who views your images with a “normal eye” (that is someone who is not trained to look for imperfect pixels).Canon has essentially taken the great technology and used some less expensive “wrapping” in the form of plastic casing to make the 50mm f/1.8 lens really affordable for virtually every Canon DSLR owner.Aside from producing really good images, this cheap 50mm lens for Canon cameras has another really distinct advantage for photographers who are just entering the digital SLR market with cameras such as the Rebel or the newest mid-range 60D model. Since those types of cameras have a “crop sensor”, the image is more like one shot with an 80mm lens (this is 1.6 x 50mm), which makes this lens perfect for portraits and other mid-range focal length requirements.

Here’s the issue. If you purchase any zoom lens in the $100 price range, you will definitely be getting a consumer grade product with less than stellar image quality. If you purchase the cheap 50mm Canon lens, you will be getting top of the line image quality.Yes, the build quality of the lens is a bit “toyish” in feel, but the output is nothing less than great.If you take care of this little lens, you will have fantastic photos for a long time.

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October 10, 2016 at 8:55 pm

2006 Honda VT 750 C Aero Hydraulic Clutch Line

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2006 Honda VT 750 C Aero Hydraulic Clutch Line

The Hydraulic Clutch Line goes between the Clutch Master Cylinder and the Clutch Slave Cylinder. The Condition of this part is Used.

Used Hydraulic Line will be in good working condition, showing no excessive wear, and will not leak.

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September 1, 2016 at 4:43 am

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2001 Suzuki LS 650 Savage – S40 Left Subframe

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2001 Suzuki LS 650 Savage – S40 Left Subframe

On motorcycles with a 2-piece Subframe (left and right halves), this is the left half (as you are sitting on the bike). The Left Subframe and Right Subframe are bolted together, mounted to the main frame, and support the seats and rear bodywork. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Left Subframe will be straight and undamaged. Cosmetic imperfections and paint chips are considered normal wear.

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July 19, 2016 at 9:56 pm

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Champion 20ft Championship Shuffleboard Table

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The Championship Shuffleboard is part of an elite line of table shuffleboards, with state of the art electronics and a solid maple playfield.
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June 29, 2016 at 12:58 pm

3D Full HD Camera

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  • 3D Full Recording of HD 1920 x 1080
  • Advanced Image Stabilizer Works in 2D and 3D
  • 5x Optical Zoom (3D) / 10x Optical Zoom (2D) / 200x Digital Zoom (2D)
  • 3.5″ Glasses Free 3D Touch Panel LCD
  • JVC 3D Twin HD GT LENS

The GS-TD1 is a Full HD 3D camcorder with 64GB internal Flash memory and an SDXC card slot offering spectacular 3D recording with 5x optical zoom! Enjoy superb 3D playback on the 3.5 touch panel LCD without the need for special glasses! The F1.2 Super Bright “JVC 3D TWIN HD GT LENS” and two Back-illuminated CMOS Sensors offer stunning 3D video with superior low-light performance, while JVC’s unique BIPHONIC audio technology reproduces dynamic 3D SOUND. Packed with a range of features that provide easy 3D shooting for everyone

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May 31, 2013 at 5:57 pm

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