Wet kits on trailers why?

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What is a wet kit on a semi truck?

A wet kit on a semi truck means it has a power take off commonly called a PTO, which activates a hydraulic pump making it capable of running accessories like a boom or crane if it is mounted on the truck.

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Why do cars slip on wet road?

the tires are made of rubber. when rubber gets wet, it gets slippery, which means less friction from the tires to the ground, making it easy for the car to keep going instead of stopping. also, a car is very heavy, so momentum definitely kicks in ALOT.think of it this way. car tires that are dry ...

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Why is water wet?

Water is wet, in the sense of being a liquid which flows easily, because its viscosity is low, which is because its molecules are rather loosely joined together.

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Why does a car skid on a wet road?

Most of the time cars skid when the roads are slippery or icy.When roads have a slick surface, there is less friction between the tires and the road.This causes less traction for the tires and it is easier for them to lose control.It is not impossible to skid on dry surfaces.

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Why is the carpet on 95 Dodge Ram wet?

The reason could vary. Your heater core, or your windshield could be leaking. However if you've investigated and havent found that to be the issue, I am currently working on a 94 Ram in my shop. I removed the seats and pulled the carpet, then took truck outside and hosed it down. I found the leak...

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Why is my car wet on the inside?

One or a number of the following things could cause condensation inside the car: Wet clothes/shoes/pets – water on these items will slowly evaporate into the cabin air or, if heavily soaked, cause the seats and carpet to become wet.A water leak.No circulation of fresh air.

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Why cross Safety chains on trailer?

No good reason except maybe to take up some slack in the chains.

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Why is my passenger side floor wet?

Diagnose and fix water on floor passenger side.A damp carpet or water on floor passenger side situation can be caused by a plugged AC condensate drain line, a leaking heater core, leaking windshield seal, a problem with sunroof drains or water ingestion from the fresh air intake on your car's HVA...

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How much does a 20 ft kit companion travel trailer weigh?

the 2003 version weighed in at 2630 lbs shipping weight. This is before water batteries, belongings or awning are added to the trailer.

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Why do the windows on a car steam up on a cold wet day?

on a wet day the air contains too much h20 in form of vapour in it. since the inside of the car is warm and outside cold, the vapour condenses on the outer side of glass to liquid form.this water on glass we observe as steaming of glass.

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Why do brakes squeak when wet?

The Most Likely Cause of Brake Squeaking If you notice that you only hear a squeak in the rain, it's likely due to the wet conditions.Brake rotors are made of steel.The friction of the brake pad against the rotor removes the rust, restoring the smooth surface of the rotor.

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Why is braking less effective on a wet road than on a dry road?

Two reasons. The wet road has a lower coefficient of friction that the dry one. It is more slippery. The same goes for the brakes. If they are wet, they will be less effective because of the same reason. A higher amount of friction wastes more energy, in this case momentum, causing a loss of spee...

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Did Kit manufacturing make the Kitt Jetstream trailers in 1957 through 1959?

I have a 1959 jetstream 20' (17' living space) single axle trailer that I bought many years ago. At that time I research its history & came across a web site that did lay claim that the jetstream models were made between 56' - 59' although I could not find how many were produced & in what...

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Why slippery when wet sign is important?

so when ppl are walking they dont trip or slide and fall

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Why is it called wet lease?

Aircraft on a wet lease (also called an ACMI lease) tend to be the easiest ones to spot.The reason for that is because the crews are actually employees of the aircraft owner instead of the airline you bought your ticket on.

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Why is my floorboard wet passenger side?

Diagnose and fix water on floor passenger side.A damp carpet or water on floor passenger side situation can be caused by a plugged AC condensate drain line, a leaking heater core, leaking windshield seal, a problem with sunroof drains or water ingestion from the fresh air intake on your car's HVA...

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Why is my car wet inside?

One or a number of the following things could cause condensation inside the car: Wet clothes/shoes/pets – water on these items will slowly evaporate into the cabin air or, if heavily soaked, cause the seats and carpet to become wet.A water leak.

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Why are stopping distances for braking cars increased on wet roads?

The water gets into the brakes and when you stop there is less friction.

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1997 Kit travel trailer All 12 volt systems work when using 110 power but nothing works when using battery power Batteries are good is there a master shut off switch in Kit trailers?

Make sure you have the correct polarization on the batteries. My positive is black and my negative is white, also check you inverter fuses. Should be by water pump.

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Why do you cross the safety chains on a trailer?

When securely fastened under the trailer tongue, towing safety chains keep your load from crashing to the ground.By crossing the chains or towing cables under the trailer coupler and attaching them to the tow vehicle with hooks, the safety cables act like a safety net in an emergency, catching th...

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Why is Right rear floor mat on 2004 accord soaking wet?

Check the door seal u can do this by hanging a piece of paper from inside and running a blow dryer around the outside of door and see if the paper moves.

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Why does a car move away more easily on dry road than wet?

a car itself is pretty heavy, all the weigt of it is equally divided by the four wheels. A tire of a car has carves in it to make it have more grip on the road. The cars' weigt and the grip it has on the road combined is what a car keeps from slipping on a dry roadwhen the road is wet it has less...

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Why are treads on a car only important in wet conditions?

They are not only important for wet conditions. People tend to lose control on wet surfaces because the water acts as a lubricant, causing the wheel to slide more easily. A tire with 'better' tread will slide less than a tire with 'worse' tread.

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Why will a car skid more on a wet road than the dry road?

because it's slippery... wet surfaces are slippery while dry is notthis is because there is less friction and it cant grip to the road as wellthere is less traction when the roads are wet as the water creates a thin layer between the surface of the road and the tire. this means that the tires can...

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Why is it harder to stop a car on a wet road?

it is harder because there is less friction with lubrication -which is what water is -and you need friction for the breaks to work

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Why should cars drive slower in wet weather?

Friction is reduced between the tire and the road. Frictional Force = Coefficient of Friction x Weight The weight of the car has not changed, however, the coefficient of friction has gone down ultimately reducing the available emergency stopping power of the car.The effect is referred to as Hy...

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Why is the footwell of my car wet?

In general there are several possible causes of water ingress to a foot well, from a damaged or deformed door seal to a blocked air-conditioning drain hose or damaged heat exchanger.If it's a heater/air-conditioning fault then the carpet will become wet again in normal driving in dry weather.

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Why does your ATV quit when it gets wet?

it floods your airbox with water. no air it cant breathe. same if the water gets in the exhaust pipe. run snorkels on it to avoid this problem :)

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Why are Newly paved roads slick in wet conditions?

They are slick because the asphalt is newly layed out and its not bumpy.

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Why is the floorboard of my truck wet?

Water present on the floorboard is usually caused by one of two things.Water is circulated into the passenger compartment through the heater core.The heater core is heated by the engine coolant.If this hose becomes restricted, the water that condenses on the evaporator core will leak into the pas...

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Why the car glasses getting wet from inside in rain?

You're probably seeing moisture condensing. When your hair is wet, or if there is moisture in your car, and there is heat or just simply evaporation of water, you'll see some moisture collect on your window. Draw funny faces or write words on the window if you'd like.

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Why would new tires not grip wet roads?

Any road surface other than dry will give the tire a harder time gripping. Outside of that, it depends if you're using summer, winters, or all seasons that are giving you problems with wet roads.

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Why does your car smoke from underneath when wet?

You car has an exhaust system attached to the engine. The exhaust can get to upwards of 300o and then because of that, water that touches that hot metal turns into steam resulting in the "smoke" you are referring to. This also applies to the engine when wet.

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In wet weather why does my car hesitate under acceleration?

Your car might hesitate under acceleration when the weather is wet because your tires are worn or because there is water in the gas. You might also have a problem with the fuel injectors.

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Why isn't there an 8 in your pinewood derby kit?

This is because the staging area on the track between the starting pin and the back end of the track is only suitable for a car that is 7 inches long. If you build your own track, you can extend this area so that your group can race longer cars (such as Pinewood Derby Big Rigs).

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Why is your 2004 Buick Rainier Passenger Floor Getting Wet?

If this happens all the time and not only in a rain storm, a wet passenger floor is probably caused by a leaking heater core. The heater core channels engine coolant inside for use heating the interior. There may also be excess condensation (fog) on the inside of the windshield. Those with experi...

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Why cars should travel more slowly in wet weather?

Originally Answered: Why should one drive more slowly under wet conditions? When the road is wet, there is less grip for your tires.This means that you need more time to stop.To allow yourself the adequate time to stop or react, it helps to maintain a slower speed than normal.

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Why is my floor wet in my house?

If the tile surface is cooler than the warm, humid room air, the moisture inside the air becomes the dampness on the floor tile when the warm air and cool floor meet.The cause can also be standing water underneath the house.This moisture causes condensation on the tile floor above it.

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Why are my floorboards wet in my car?

Water present on the floorboard is usually caused by one of two things.Water is circulated into the passenger compartment through the heater core.The heater core is heated by the engine coolant.If this hose becomes restricted, the water that condenses on the evaporator core will leak into the pas...

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When a car skids on a wet road its called?

The technical term is 'aquaplaning' or "hydroplaning". It happens because a thin film of water lifts the car's tyres off the road surface - and the vehicle loses its grip on the tarmac.

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Why is the carpet wet in my car?

Another possible cause of wet carpet, especially in the front of the car, when it hasn't been raining, is a leak from the heater core.Car heaters circulate coolant through the dashboard area to heat the car, and if the heater core springs a leak, coolant can drip onto the floor.

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Why is the floor of my car always wet?

Leaking Heater Core Another possible cause of wet carpet, especially in the front of the car, when it hasn't been raining, is a leak from the heater core.Car heaters circulate coolant through the dashboard area to heat the car, and if the heater core springs a leak, coolant can drip onto the floor.

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Why are trailer tires bias ply?

Radial tires have plies that run perpendicularly across the tire and belts (often made of steel) running below the tread around the tire's circumference.Bias ply tires have stiffer sidewalls, so if your rig tends to sway, they may help reduce this problem.They also have advantages for carrying he...

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What's the stopping distance on a wet road?

The Overall Stopping Distances are DOUBLED (x 2) for wet roads and multiplied by TEN (x 10) for snow and icy conditions.1m = 3.28 feet.

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When you hook up the cables to your battery on your trailer you get sparks why?

I'm guessing you're talking about the plug for the lights not a battery on a travel trailer. You have a short in the wiring somewhere. Check the trailer harness for a pinched wire of even a bad socket. You will probably blow the fuse in the vehicle if you plug it in and leave it. Use a battery to...

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How do you put a body kit on a car?

You will need a set of screwdrivers, socket set, clamps(visegrips), drillw/bit marking pen. The new body kit should line up in the same holes as the old parts. but some kits need some adjusting.use the clamps to hold the part in line to make sure all the holes line up. using a screwdriver in one ...

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Can you put a 4wd kit on any car?

For all practical purposes converting a 2wd to a 4wd is not do-able on any car. Manufacturers realize that some people might be tempted to retrofit a 2wd to avoid paying for the 4wd option at vehicle purchase; and that such modifications could present a safety hazard, so design vehicle substytems...

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Can you put a lift kit on a 1992 Corolla?

Yes, but it would cost more than the car is worth.

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Where does the first aid kit go on an e28?

best place to put a first aid kit is in glove bx if it will fit. other than that it needs to be where it is easily accesable in the event of an emergency

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How do I get better traction on a wet road?

Slow Down - As rain falls, it mixes with grime and oil on the road creating slick conditions perfect for skids.The best way to avoid skidding is to slow down.Driving at a slower pace allows more of the tire's tread to make contact with the road, which leads to better traction.

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Why do Trailers say not for hire?

A “Not For Hire” sign on your rig will not protect you if it is determined that your truck and trailer fit into the commercial category or are being used for commercial purposes.Nor will it protect you if you are driving a vehicle and trailer that requires a commercial license.

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Why is it unwise to suddenly apply the brakes of a car on a wet or icy pavement?

Suddenly applying the brakes on a wet or icy road could cause the wheels to lock. With the wheels locked up it takes longer to stop. Also, locked wheels could lead to a loss of control of the vehicle.

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Why are my trailer lights flashing?

Trailer Wiring Issues with Running Lights Blinking.Check the white ground wire from the trailer plug to ensure that you have a clean secure ground connection to the trailer frame.Internal trailer wiring can over time develop wear spots in the insulation that can create a dead short.

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When driving on wet roadways you should remember?

To always make sure your tires are not flat and/or worn down. Watch for other people on the road who may hit you.

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When driving on wet roads you should remember?

We should drive slowly because water is a lubrian. A lubrian is a substance that lessens the friction of a substance. Friction helps in breaks but if there is no friction you would not be able to stop the car easily and would eventually be in danger. -Avi Shah-

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How many feet to stop on wet road?

At 20 miles per hour it takes about 60 feet to stop on wet pavement. At sixty miles per hour it takes at least 300 feet to stop.

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What happens if you drive on wet asphalt?

Driving through wet asphalt, tar, or cement can not only damage your car, but can be costly if construction companies have to re-pave the road — potentially sticking you with the bill.

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Why can't you pull a trailer?

I can't pull a trailer because I do not have a trailer hitch on the back of my car.

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Why are semi trailers 53 feet long?

Rumor has it it's because of the trailer.As you all know, your trailer doesn't have front wheels, so it can only go places when connected to your tractor.Hence, the name “semi-trailer.” Semi-trailers are generally about 53 feet long, minus the cab.

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Why do my LED trailer lights flicker?

Lights flashing, flickering, or simply not working at all… it's actually a really common problem with LED lighting on trailers or other towed equipment.The reason for all this is due to the very low current draw created by the LED lights, thereby sending a message to the towing vehicle that there...

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Why does check engine light come on when electrical wires are hooked up for a trailer?

You need to have the wiring checked right away before you damage something in the computer control system. Someone has probably tapped into a wrong wire and until you know which wire was tapped into, you are risking damage to the vehicle's computer system. The check engine light is a computer t...

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Why does trailer abs light turn on when truck brakes apply?

Because there's either a problem with your trailer's ABS system, there's a fault in the wiring, or there's bad wheel speed sensor.

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Can you put a 2.0L turbo kit on a 1.8L?

Yes, you can probably get away with putting a 2.0 turbo kit on a 1.8, but to get optimum power and efficiency, you should get the proper sized turbo kit system. If you are going to run a turbo set for a larger liter size than you own, make sure your coolant system is up to date, and running well,...

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How can you talk louder on a bluetooth car kit?

talk louder or you change the tone setting of your bluteeth earphone on your bluetooth car kit!

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Can you put a lift kit on a cavalier?

Yes, although finding a company which sells a lift kit for that application may be a challenge.

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Legal length of overhang on flatbed trailer?

Every state is different, and has its own set of laws for oversized load movement. Each state will have to considered independently when seeking permits. For example; In AZ., you can leally have up to 6' of rear overhang, in CA. you can have up to 2/3 the wheel base (measurement from last axle on...

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Are fenders required on trailers in Florida?

(1) No person shall drive or operate, or cause to be driven or operated, any truck of gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or more, any truck tractor, or any trailer or semitrailer the net weight of which is 2,000 pounds or more unless such vehicle is equipped with fenders, covers, or other spla...

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Which axle should trailer brakes be on?

Should I Put Brakes on the Front or Back Axle of my Tandem Axle Trailer.Expert Reply: Typically trailers will carry more of their weight on the front of the trailer, so you would want to put the brakes on the front axle as it will most likely carry more weight while braking.

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Can you buy hydrogen kits for your car on Ebay?

There is currently no practical hydrogen powered car. Anything you found advertised on Ebay should be looked at with extreme schepticism. In all likelihood it would not be practical for you to attempt to use

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Are small utility trailers allowed on taconic?

No . No trailers at all are allowed on the taconic according to the NY state police

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Can a trailer be parked on street?

It is indeed against county regulations to park a detached trailer or detached camper on a public street, unless loading or unloading and that is only for up to two hours, says Dave Phillipi, a deputy in the Sheriff's Department's Traffic Division.

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Why would all trailer lights stop working suddenly?

Fuse is blownlight connector is unpluggedground wire on trailer disconnected

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Why is a semi trailer 53 feet long?

Rumor has it it's because of the trailer.As you all know, your trailer doesn't have front wheels, so it can only go places when connected to your tractor.Hence, the name “semi-trailer.” Semi-trailers are generally about 53 feet long, minus the cab.

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Why is a tractor trailer called a semi?

Semi is actually short for "semi-trailer" truck.A semi is a trailer box with a rear axle but without a front axle.The truck pulling it is called the tractor.The reason for this configuration is that a large portion of the load is carried by the tractor and not on the hitch of the trailer attachment.

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Can a guitar get wet?

While much of our energy is devoted to preventing guitars from drying out, it also is possible for guitars to become too wet.Guitars that are too “wet” can sound dull and lifeless from the extra water weight the wood is holding.

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Why would your car floor keep getting wet even though there arent any visible holes?

It is possible that your car AC drain hose is plugged with dirt and the condensate is instead collecting and dripping into the vehicle. I tried not using the AC for a day but when I got into my car the next morning the ground was still soaked. Could there be problems with the drainage from my sun...

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Why is the passenger side floor bord of my 1998 Nissan Maxima always wet or damp?

If it is wet with engine coolant you have a leaky heater core.If it is wet with water you have a plugged AC condensation drain.

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Why do automobliles rust more easily in wet climates that drier climates?

Water is one of the main ingredients to make steel/iron rust.

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Why do automobiles rust more easily in wet climates the drier climates?

Water/moisture is one of the main ingredients of rust. Oxygen, water and any iron mass will eventually convert entirely to rust and disintegrate. The amount of water determines the speed of the rust process. Seawater or saltwater also speeds up the process.

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Why is it hard to stop a car while the road is wet?

Any car needs traction to accelerate, turn or stop. Your tires can't grip on slippery roads, it needs clean and dry asphalt for maximum traction.

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What is the difference between 70cc kit and 80cc kit?

the 80cc kit is for a faster run

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Can you use a leveling kit with a lift kit?

I installed a 2.5 inch rough country leveling kit that used strut extenders in the front, and 1 inch blocks in the rear with the N2.0 rear shocks. I want to raise it more, and I wanted to install the Skyjacker F432STK 3 inch front and 3 inch rear lift alongside my leveling kit. It uses add a leaf...

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Why do automobiles rust more easily in wet climates than drier climates?

Automobile parts are mostly made of iron. For rusting of the iron, water is required as a catalyst. In wet climate you have more of water vapour, which promotes rusting easily. In dry climate you have less of water vapour in the climate and so rusting is very slow as compared to wet climate.

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Can trailers be left on the road?

Other vehicles and trailers, and all vehicles with projecting loads, MUST NOT be left on a road at night without lights.

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Can you pull a trailer behind a trailer on pa turnpikes?

Yes you can. You can pull doubles and triples. You can pull two 48 trailers and two 53 foot trailers. You can pull three 48s, but you cannot pull three 53 foot trailers.

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What are wet rates?

A "wet" rental rate refers to the cost of aircraft rental plus the cost of fuel and oil used during the flight.

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Why uhaul give you a trailers for one way?

Because if you are moving away chances are you are not coming back.

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Why does your 1978 ford f-150 run rough when its wet weather?

Vehicles will often run rough when it is wet if the cap and rotor are not in good condition. Other causes are: condensation in the gas tank, improper carb tuning, needs a tune up

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Why would a 1998 stratus not start when it is wet outside?

No start when wet indicates bad spark plug wires, failing coil or coil packs. To locate start car on dry day, raise engine hood, then mist with with garden hose (mist NOT SPRAY), if engine stalls you've found the problem part or parts.Using a hand held spray bottle with a mix of salt water works ...

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Why use chocks when parking trailers without spring brake?

to keep it from moving and causing an accident

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Why data link layer have header and trailer?

The Data Link layer prepares a packet for transport across the local media by encapsulating it with a header and a trailer to create a frame.Header - Contains control information, such as addressing, and is located at the beginning of the PDU.Trailer - Contains control information added to the en...

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What is wet hose fueling?

A fueler that usually stays on frac sites in a 6500 gallon fuel truck for extended periods of time. This individual is responsible for the fueling of all equipment used to frac a site. The hose on his truck can be as long as 180 feet enabling the fueler to reach the equipment.

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Should spark plugs be wet?

Wet.A wet spark plug can be the result of the engine flooding.Flooding is what happens when you try to start the engine several times without it firing up.You can clean the spark plugs or you can just wait for them to dry out.

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Why would your car floor keep getting wet even though there aren't any visible holes?

Your coffee holder isn't holding your coffee? :-) If it doesn't smell like antifreeze (heatercore leak) then I would be suspect of a plugged drainhole in the wiper transmission cowl area. This time of year leaves will plug it up and water flows in through the firewall area. It would also be good ...

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Why do automobiles rust more easily in wet climates than dry ones?

auto mobiles rust more easily in wet climates than dry ones is you think for your self

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Explanation why a car going around a bend wet road tend to slide off the road?

The damp road surface, plus the momentum of the car's weight going round a bend, could cause a loss of friction, resulting in a slide.

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What is the stopping distance at 50mph on a wet road?

Braking Power/Stopping Distances SpeedThinking DistanceTotal Stopping Distance40 mph40 feet (12 m)120 feet (37 m)50 mph50 feet (15 m)175 feet (53 m)60 mph60 feet (18 m)240 feet (73 m)70 mph70 feet (21 m)315 feet (96 m)3 more rows

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Rapidly flashing taillight on a trailer attached to a vechicle?

Faulty Flasher Relay or incorrect flasher relay.

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Where is the VIN on a KJ trailer?

There's no standard location for a VIN on a trailerIf you have a trailer and would like to check the VIN, you might have to do a little searching, because there is no standard location for the VIN plate on trailers.

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Can trailer rims be used on a car or truck?

yep some can dependin on the size,most trailers are 14 15 inch the bolt pattern matters

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