51135-37: Installation Instructions for Round Overflow/Recirculating Catch Can

Overflow / Recirculating Can with the JEGS “Just-A-Ble” Integral Mounting System The JEGS “Just-Able” mounting system is extremely easy to use. 1. Simply drill two 1/4” holes with clearance. Use a letter “F” drill bit (.2570”) or 17/64 drill bit (.2656”) in your selected mounting position. Do not drill the mounting holes closer than 1” centers or further apart than 5” enters or if you prefer we offer an optional mounting T-Bracket designed for this JEGS “product” as shown in Figure 1: # 555-51

Wisconsin is Still Tops For Cranberry Production, Appreciation

This holiday season learn a little bit about the state’s favorite tart berry and the many ways to make it part of your basement bar or dining room table. Wisconsin easily held onto its ranking as the top cranberry growing state in 2021. Wisconsin produced 4.64 million barrels of cranberries in 2020, more than double the production of the number two state, Massachusetts. Wisconsin accounts for about 60 percent of the total crop of cranberries in the United States. Our cranberry industry is mostl

Croatia Battles Italy Over the Name of Prosecco Wine

Plus, Hungary raises wages, Russia expels Dutch reporter, and more. The Big Story: Lesser-Known Croatian Wine Fights With Italian Prosecco For Official Name Recognition What happened: Croatian and Italian winemakers are asking Brussels to rule on whether the Croatians can officially call their wine Prosek, which to the Italians is too close to Prosecco, AP reports. Prosecco wine can be traced back to the bilingual Italian village of the same name near the Slovenian border above Trieste. Accord

Cannibalism in the Colony of Jamestown

Colonial promoters had sold North America as a new Eden, laden with opportunity, fertile soil, and countless game. However, without access to many accurate weapons, the English settlers could not hunt effectively. George Percy, the leader of the colony at the time, wrote the following in his unpublished manuscript (Armstrong 2010: 166): “Now all of us at James Towne beginning to feel that sharp prick of hunger which no man can truly describe but he which hath Tasted the bitterness thereof…havin

The Hidden Truth Behind The AMC Javelin

The AMC Javelin is an American front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, two-door hardtop that is both made and produced by American Motors Corporation, an American automobile manufacturing company that was created by the merger of Hudson Motor Car Company and Nash-Kelvinator Corporation in 1954. This model car was produced in two generations, spanning from 1968-1970 and 1971-74. Originally styled by Dick Teague, an American industrial designer who held positions at General Motors, Packard, and Chrysler,

The 10 best breweries in the world 2020, according to Ratebeer's users - Page 7 of 10

The beer world’s answer to Tripadvisor, Ratebeer, has just released its top 100 brewery ranking for 2020. The ranking is based on 10 different weighted scales, which look at factors such as user reviews of the past year and top performing beers, but also includes historical all-around performance, a brewer’s strength across a range of styles, and a few other factors to compare newer and older, larger and smaller brewers under a single method of processing. While the vast majority of brewers ar

Lavender Country, Secret Emchy Society, Mya Byrne Light Up Sonoma •

Patrick Haggerty, as he would be the first to admit, is a little old man. 75, standing not more than 5’5″ and weighing maybe 130lbs in pink cowboy boots, the man who put out the first gay country album, Lavender Country, in 1973, is also a towering giant. Confrontational, frank, funny, lovable and as resolutely courageous as ever, Patrick held the Starling Bar crowd in the palm of his hand as he literally got in their faces to deliver his radical stories and sharply-crafted lyrics. He and his b

Impossible Burger 2.0 produces 89% less emissions than beef

It uses 87% less water and 96% less land. When Impossible Foods released the 2.0 version of its flagship burger, much of the focus was on improved taste and texture. It turns out, however, that the new-and-improved recipe also offers some incremental sustainability improvements over the first generation. More important is how the burger stacks up against its animal-based competition. According to an independent Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) from Swiss consulting firm Quantis, the results are prett

BlackburnNews.com - Newgarden wins Dual 1 of Detroit Grand Prix

After a nearly two-hour thunderstorm delay, American Josef Newgarden won Dual 1 of the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix IndyCar for Team Penske. The first of the two races began on Saturday at 4:55 p.m. on Belle Island in Detroit. Instead of 75 laps, the event started with a 75-minute timed race and a single-file start ending with a total of 43 laps. Newgarden led the final 25 laps and finished nearly one second ahead of American racer Alexander Rossi with a total time of 01:15:30.59. Rossi led t

Dale Earnhardt Jr. plans to drive Xfinity race at Darlington

DARLINGTON, S. C. (AP) -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. still plans to compete in the Xfinity event at Darlington Raceway on Aug. 31, despite a recent plane crash. Earnhardt Jr. posted his update on Twitter late Wednesday night, saying his lower back is sore and swollen. He's receiving daily treatment "solely to get well to race. " Earnhardt, his family and two pilots escaped a burning plane that veered off the runway at Elizabethton Municipal Airport in Tennessee last week.

The desert gets a biocrust skin graft

When Patrick Cruz’s ancestors carved honeycombed dwellings into the canyons of what’s now New Mexico’s Bandelier National Monument, the land looked very different than it does today. Biocrusts — communities of mosses, lichens and cyanobacteria — formed a living skin over the earth, anchoring it in place, storing water and carbon, and laying the foundation for ponderosa and piñon pine forests. After drought drove the Ancestral Puebloans away from Bandelier and into nearby pueblos in the 16th cen

UN Climate Report Says Eat Less Meat — That'd Mean Big Changes In Indiana

Agriculture accounts for about 9 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. A recent United Nations climate report says to reduce those emissions, people need to eat less meat. That would mean big changes in a state like Indiana. It's one of the top states for livestock — like hogs and turkeys — and livestock feed, like corn. The report says we need to devote less land to raising and feeding livestock and more to capturing emissions through things like cover crops, biofuels, and forests.

Dale Earnhardt, Others Escape Fiery Citation Crash

Retired race car driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr., 44, his wife, infant daughter, a dog, and the two pilots emerged without serious injuries after their Cessna Citation Latitude overran Runway 24 recently at Elizabethton Municipal Airport in Bristol, Tennessee. The twinjet then went through a fence, caught fire, and came to rest near a road some 500 feet past the paved end of the runway. It was destroyed in the blaze. The aircraft was registered to JRM Air, which is based in Mooresville, North Caroli

(Video) Dale Earnhardt Jr's plane has crashed – taken to hospital and appears to be ok

A plane crashed in Tennessee on Thursday afternoon carrying NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife. The private Cessna Citation plane crashed when it ran off the runway at Elizabethton Municipal Airport, erupting into flames, but all passengers on board, including Earnhardt Jr., are reportedly alive, WJHL News reported. Video showed an individual reported to be Earnhardt being treated at the scene. Emergency crews responded quickly. Carter County Sheriff’s Office said that Earnhardt an

Fort Monroe Removes Letters Honoring Confederate President

FORT MONROE, Va. — Crews have begun to remove lettering that honors Confederate President Jefferson Davis at Virginia's Fort Monroe National Monument. The Daily Press reports that the letters were being taken down Friday from their place on arch at the former military base, which is in Hampton and overlooks the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The letters spelled "Jefferson Davis Memorial Park." The United Daughters of the Confederacy paid the U.S. Army to build the arch in 1956. Gov. Ralph Northa

The Archaearium

History books and children’s movies have made a popular story of the relationships between John Smith, John Rolfe, and Pocahontas. But at the Archaearium, historians and archaeologists are exploring the real history of the Jamestown settlement and sharing the truth of what happened there. Among the ruins that were once thought lost to the James River are numerous unexpected stories about daily life in the first permanent English colony in America. Most school-age children in the United States a

Vandalism damages War of 1812 memorial in northern Indiana

PERU, Ind. (AP) — State conservation officers are investigating vandalism that damaged a northern Indiana memorial to honors soldiers killed in the War of 1812. The state Department of Natural Resources' law enforcement division says nine tombstones, a memorial marker and a flag pole were damaged at the 1812 Soldiers Memorial at Mississinewa (mis-ih-SIHN'-uh-wah) Reservoir. The damage, which was apparently caused by a BB gun, was reported July 20 by a concerned citizen. The damaged memorial h
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