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This girl has some special experience and skills with a Hula Hoop and she can balance the entire hoop according to her wish how she wants to move it around.
22 Dec 2017
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A cheap webcam [note who made it in reverse] using a holiday gift bag, violet with glitter in it. Bill Frisell graces this demonstration of how simple it is to make a mesmerizing video. Move it around, use ambient light to your benefit. Easy, cool, and fun.
19 Jan 2007
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This is the Official Review of Halo 3 Wall Graffix for your wall, this was created by Gamer Graffix. MSRP 19.99, you can buy it from there website or at Target (most likely other stores as well, but I have seen them there) Pluses + The price is just about right + Very cool looking + Reusable, you can move it around Minuses - If you don't clean your wall first it will fall off - I wish there were some more designs www.gamergraffix**** To subscribe: *******feeds.feedburner****/gamervideoupdate
1 Nov 2007
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A must see collection of cool illusions! Forgot to add this in the video but for the "Self explanatory" illusion, put your cursor over the illusion and move it around, but keep your foucus on the cursor.
21 Jan 2008
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Here i am flying my Blade CX Remote Control Heli in my Living Room, no canopy so its lighter and i can move it around quicker.
25 Jan 2008
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It occurs only on windowed mode, but when you are browsing world map and you try to move it around cursor starts to slide downward.
15 Jan 2010
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It is incredible how environmentally concern and productive these Chinese are. In order to move this massive electricity pole from different locations, instead of hiring a big truck to move it around, they decided just to carry it with two people and wheels.
17 Jan 2010
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Yeah, she don't stop, she workin' it all about, she moves it around the clock, And she can get it, she can get it!!Don't quit, the way that she moves it, she's makin' me lose my grip and she can get it, she can get it!!
21 Mar 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2009-Ford-F150.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. On this 2009 Ford F-150 we are going to install part number 87494 from Hidden Hitch. This will also apply to part number 75651 from Draw-Tite. All right we will go ahead and show you the attachment points. The hitch is going to attach on this bumper bracket right here and mounts on the side of the bumper bracket back here. Our hardware is going to be this bolt, the conical tooth washer, the hitch, and there is another conical tooth washer behind the bumper bracket and the nut itself. Then just go ahead and bring the hitch up. And we have a bolt already sitting in there, so lets push it into place, and we will put our hardware behind it just to hold it. All right we will go ahead and do the same thing for the drivers side. All right we will go ahead and put our bolt from the outside in just to the hitch, and it is going to come out the oval here. And then since there is such a big hole here a bushing actually fits inside. It is a thick washer, just going to go up there and take up space. The big square block is going to sit on top of it and then a flat washer on top of that and then the lock washer and nut. Make sure the flat round thick washer stays inside the frame and does not get pinched or anything like that. Again we are just going to do it finger tight because we may have to move it around just a little bit more. And we are going to do the same thing on the drivers side. Basically you have got it right, this hitch is sitting flat on the frame bracket here to and the hardware is sitting at an odd angle. We are actually going to go ahead and torque those down as specified in the instructions. In a a few short simple steps this hitch has already been installed. And there you have it for part number 87494 from Hidden Hitch.
20 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2001-DodgeRam-3500-Van.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 Full Size Van we are going to install part number V81970 from Valley. Next we will go ahead and show you where the hitch mounts up on the van. And it is kind of easy on this one ton, so I will have plenty of room to work in. We are looking at the drivers-side frame rail and we are going to use this hole here, here, and here. And on the passenger side there are just going to be two holes used. This on and this one. What we are going to do is install our hardware using this access hole here. The kit comes with a wire pull, what we are going to do is take our wire, put it through the hole we are going to use and out the access hole. We will slide our block on first and then thread on the bolt, we can go ahead and push that in actually. And just pull it on through. And it will be the same thing on both sides. In addition to the frame mount it is also going to use this bolt hole on the bumper bracket and this one too. At this point we can go ahead and lift the hitch up, it is a good idea to have an extra set of hands on this one because it is kind of wide and awkward to get up there. So have one person hold one side while the other person gets the bolt started. When we install the nuts we want to leave it loose because we still have to move around the hitch and get some more hardware in onto our bumper. Okay and we will go ahead and install our hardware here, and this is why we leave the hitch loose so we can move it around and get the bolt into place. And put a conical tooth washer behind it and the lock nut. Now that we have all the bolts started we can snug the bolts down. And it is the same thing on both sides. Then go ahead and torque them. And there you have it for part number V81970 from Valley.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2006-chevy-silverado.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 13322 from Curt, and we are going to install this on a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado. Looking at the passengers side, we are going to show you where the hitch mounts up. It is going to mount in this place right here, where the bolt is. Also, it will use this factory hole right here, and also it will use two holes in the bumper. We did a test fit on the hitch to make sure it clears the spare tire and if it does not, all you have got to do is lower the spare tire a little bit and move it out of the way. Next we will go ahead and just take off this rear bolt here - we will do one on each side - and then we can start installing the hitch. We will install our hardware in the most forward hole in the frame. So we will put a plate on, and then our carriage bolt. Just it in like so, and then do the same thing on the passengers side. At this point, we can go ahead and start hanging the hitch from the hardware. Once we have put it in place, we just hang it by the bolts we just installed. All right, next we will do the bolts on the bumper here. Again, we left the whole hitch loose so we can move it around. Again, just getting these just started. Now we will go back to the frame and install the bolts there. We will install the new bolts the factory bolts got replaced. We will use the new hardware in the hitch. And again, sometimes this can be a little bit off, so you do want to leave this loose so you can move it around. Once you have all the bolts installed, go ahead and snug them down. All right, now you can go ahead and torque the bolts down as specified in the instructions. With that, that finishes the install of part number 13322 from Curt.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch_install_2004_chevrolet_malibu.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to do an install of part number 90132 and we are going to do this on a 2004 Chevy Malibu. This also applies to part number 36317. Our first step is to go ahead and lower the exhaust. We do that by spraying the rubber hangers with some WD40 and pry off the rubber hanger. Once it is loose you can put it to the side for now. The next step is to remove these 2 nuts and take out these 2 bolts. These 2 in board weld nuts also must be removed. So what we will do is use a chisel and try and knock them out of there. Now you can go ahead and hang the hitch. It is a good idea to get an extra set of hands because a hitch is often wide and heavy. We will go ahead and install the rest of the hardware. But we will leave it all loose in there so that we can move it around and the hardware towards the front of the vehicle. The next step is to our hardware back here. I would leave the front bolt as loose as possible so we have enough working room to get into there. In fact we are going to have to put a wedge in there just to hold it down for us. After you have wedged it with whatever you can you should install your bolt first. Then slide the plate through the wire up in there. You might have to give it a few tries to work it up in there. Try coming at it from an angle to help work it in there. Then pull the wire right down through. Repeat this for the other side. Next we can go ahead and raise the hitch back up into position. Just be careful not to run the hardware back into the frame. Now we will go ahead and snug up everything and tighten up the bolts. At this point we can give the bolts their final torque. At this point we need to go ahead and reinstall our exhaust brackets. It is a good idea to give them a little spray of WD40 to help them slide up on there a little easier. That concludes our install of part number 90132 from Hidden Hitch on our 2004 Chevy Malibu.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-install-2008-Dodge-Ram.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 we are going to install part number 75662 from Draw-Tite. This will also apply to part number 87530 from Hidden Hitch. Okay we will go ahead and show you where the hitch mounts up to the vehicle bumper. What is going to happen is the hitch is going to mount here in the bumper where the traditional hitch ball would mount and also there is holes on the back of this tube here that the hitch will mount up to. :22 The next thing we have to do is take off this little cover for the hitch hole and it just basically pops right off. And this will stay off. Next we are going to start installing our hardware on the inside of the tube here for the bumper. What we are actually going to do is use a bolt leader, thread it into the hole we are going to use and push it all the way up through the bumper structure here. Pull out our bolt leader. Then we will put our plate on first and push it down the wire, into the structure. And then we will thread on our bolt. This will all go back through and we will pull it out of the hole. 1:03 Now we can pull it out through the hole, but what we are going to do is push it back in and leave the leader in place. And then when we push our hitch up we will use a leader to pull the bolt through the hitch and everything. We will repeat this process on the other hole on the passenger side. What we are going to do next is put our wire through the hitch and pull it out through the other side. Now we can go ahead and undo one of these and thread our conical tooth washer and nut. Now we are going to leave this loose so we can move it around for the center bolt. The center bolt here which is going to go through the hitch bumper, we are going to install this bolt right here. Just leave it here for now. And then on top I am going to down our conical tooth washer, a large one, and a bolt. Run it all the way through. And then we will go ahead and just thread everything together. 2:28 And the hitch itself actually has a socket built into it so it actually holds the nut so all we have to do is tighten it down from the top and that is it. First you want to snug these bolts down and then torque the bolts down as specified in the instructions. With that in a few easy steps our hitch is already installed. There you have it for part number 75662 from Draw-Tite.
22 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2003-FordEscape.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 90635 from Hidden Hitch. And we are going to install this on a 2003 Ford Escape. First to show you where the hitch mounts up on the frame of the vehicle, where it is going to mount up is on this hole here and here. What is going to happen is we will thread our hardware from the edge of the frame through the opening back here and we will pull our hardware through from the inside out. Now some vehicles, there will be an exhaust shield on there which you will have to trim. Instructions are provided to do that but in this case there is not one existing so we do not have to worry about it. And if you do have to trim it, it is very easy. Tin snips is all you need to cut it out and make room for the hitch. And this assembly is going to be both identical on both sides. And it is also going to use one last attachment. It is going to use a tow loop here too. We are going to start on the passenger side of the vehicle. We will start fish wiring our hardware in. Now there is going to be two bolts that go in, per side. And there is a difference in the bolts too. The one is just basically going to be longer than the other. What is going to happen is the short bolt is going to go in the rear most hole here and then the longer bolt is going to go in this hole and it is going to get a spacer put between the frame and the hitch itself. So that is why you will put the longer bolt in the back. With the fish wiring tools, we will start with the bolt in the back. We will just pull it through the hole we are going to use. Go all the way to the end of the frame and pull it out. Okay, and it is just long enough so be careful you do not push the wiring back into the frame. Take your block and install it on there. There you go. Stay. Okay, you just take that block and just push it on in on the wire. And we are going to the back hole so we are going to use the long bolt. Thread that into place, and pull the whole assembly through and out. Do the same thing with the rear most hole here. All right, same thing again. This is a little bit easier to see. And the short bolt will go here. All right, and that is all we have to do on the passenger side. We will go over to the driver side and do the same exact thing. There we go. All right next we can go ahead and start installing the hitch on the vehicle and what we will do is we will hang the hitch by the two rear bolts first and then the four bolts we will leave alone because we will have to push them up out of the way so we can get our blocks in there. And we will just use a couple of nuts just to really hold the hitch in place for now. And we are just going to just hang it so we can leave it loose so we can move the hitch around as we need. All right, let us go ahead and push the bolt up just a little bit, install our block, let it fall back through, then we will put our nut and washer on there so it does not come back out. Just a couple of threads because we are still going to do this on the other side. There you go. All right, next we will work on the tow loop assembly. So you loosely can move it around, we will put our spacer block between the hitch and the tow loop and then that block will go on the outside with the carriage bolt and that will run all the way through. And then we will pile it up with a lock washer and nut. Since we have got all of our hardware installed now, we will go ahead and snug down the bolts. Make sure the hitch sits where you want it. Okay. All right, once you are satisfied with that we can go ahead and torque down the bolts as specified in the instructions. And with that, that finishes our install with part number 90635 from Hidden Hitch.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2008-Toyota-Rav4.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 75432 from Draw Tite. We are going to install this on a 2008 Toyota Rav4. This hitch is going to attach to the frame, it is going to attach to these weld nuts here and here. It will be the same thing on both sides. But on the driver side, there is a tie down bracket that we have to take off. This tie down bracket will have to come off and the hitch will use this hole where this bolt is existing and this existing weld nut right here. We will begin by taking this bracket off. We will just install the bolts just to get everything started. At this point we can already start installing the hitch. It is kind of on the heavy side, so it might be a good idea to get a extra set of hands to get it in there. Once you have all your bolts started, go ahead and snug up the bolts as much as you can. Again we are just going to take up some slack on each side. That way you get the hitch closer the frame and you can still move it around and you get it centered as best you can. Next we can go ahead and torque down these bolts. It is always a good idea to refer to the proper torque that is specified in the instructions. That covers our install of part number 75432 from Draw Tite on a 2008 Toyota Rav4.
23 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2004-Chrysler-Pacifica.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturers installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2004 Chrysler Pacifica we are going to install part number V82682 from Valley. We will go ahead and first show you on the drivers side frame rail where the hitch actually installs. It is going to use these three bolts. These two on the side of the frame and it is going to reuse the bolt at the bottom of the frame here. This is going to be identical on both sides of the vehicle, however on the passenger side we are going to have to lower the exhaust. :23 Alright, before we lower the exhaust we are going to put a safety strap up. It allows you to lower the exhaust in a controlled manner after we take off the exhaust mounting points. We are going to hook up a strap to the half shaft or drive shaft here and just leave it like that. We will loosen it up when we take down the exhaust. To lower the exhaust we are going to lower by these two bolts right here, then we will just drop it down from there. Now we will loosen the strap up. Next we will remove this bolt on both sides of the vehicle. We are going to save this bolt too. 1:08 We can go and start installing the hitch, what we are going to do is hang the hitch on the frame by the bolts that were just removed. We can run our fish wire through the bolt holes and pull it down underneath here in this access hole here at the very bottom. The bolt goes all the way through so it is easier to come in from this direction. Also, out hitch is also at a bit of a bind, so we are going to use the pin to help push it in the direction you need. You can even use a screwdriver, we are just using a center punch to move it around a little bit. Put on our plate, thread on our bolt. Once we have all our bolts installed, we can go ahead and snug them down, and then torque them down to their final specs. 2:10 On this particular vehicle the hitch height from the top of the opening down to the ground is about 10-1/4 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole out to the edge of the bumper is about 5 inches. There you have it for part number V82682 from Valley.
23 Nov 2010
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