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Posted: Jun 30, 2015 - 10:52am

 n4ku wrote:

We sleep on a Select Comfort mattress. This is the second we have owned. The first was passed down to Alison's daughter. I think they still give you at least 30 days to try one. Generally, it will be shipped to you in a couple of boxes and you have to assemble the foundation, and the mattress itself. Easy to do in a couple or three hours. I really like being able to adjust each side independently. And the less expensive ones are just fine for us. We eventually added a feather bed topper to ours, but you can get them with a pillow top as part of the mattress.

 
Thanks, I'll check it out. 
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Posted: Jun 30, 2015 - 8:13am

 K_Love wrote:
Looks like we're going to be on the hunt for a new mattress this weekend and we all know how fun that can be since you don't really know if it's going to work out for you until you've slept on it for at least a few nights. Any recommendations for a great mattress at a good price with a hassle-free exchange policy?

 
We sleep on a Select Comfort mattress. This is the second we have owned. The first was passed down to Alison's daughter. I think they still give you at least 30 days to try one. Generally, it will be shipped to you in a couple of boxes and you have to assemble the foundation, and the mattress itself. Easy to do in a couple or three hours. I really like being able to adjust each side independently. And the less expensive ones are just fine for us. We eventually added a feather bed topper to ours, but you can get them with a pillow top as part of the mattress.
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Posted: Jun 30, 2015 - 7:58am

Looks like we're going to be on the hunt for a new mattress this weekend and we all know how fun that can be since you don't really know if it's going to work out for you until you've slept on it for at least a few nights. Any recommendations for a great mattress at a good price with a hassle-free exchange policy?
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 12:59pm

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
I need a mechanic or an engineer... 

I'm doing a translation for a manufacturer of transmissions and they keep talking about a "Steuerad" (literally steering wheel)
but they don't mean the steering wheel but a gear wheel in the transmission.

Has anyone got any idea what this particular gear wheel could be called in English? 
Is it a timing gear? And what the hell is that anyway?
 
Maybe they are not talking about the transmission but the gearwheels to which the timing belt is attached.. does that make sense?

Guess I can always ask the client, just don't want to look too stupid.

ok, too late. 

 

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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 10:13am

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

Moto Guzzi is very likely to be one of their customers. But what is drive gear exactly? Aren't they all drive gears?

 
Take your pick!
 

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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 10:02am

I'll ask the customer tomorrow and get back to you.
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:59am

 Steve wrote:

If you search the pdf of this Moto Guzzi bike for "steuerad", their multilingual reference simply calls it a "Drive Gear."

 
Moto Guzzi is very likely to be one of their customers. But what is drive gear exactly? Aren't they all drive gears?
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:56am

No, they don't mean differential because that is called a Differenzialgetriebe in German.

The word Steuer  also means control, which is what made me think of timing.
But I always associated timing with belts rather than gears.
However, they must mean a certain gearwheel, hence the word Rad tacked on the end

Steuerrad

btw, thanks !!  (gotta down tools and go out for dinner now - it's a tough life). 
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:55am

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What kind of a transmission?  Could be a planetary gear - would be similar to differential function if steering is involved (lets wheels travel at different speeds while steering).   

Could be anything in a planetary gearbox: sun gear, planet gear, ring gear...

Check this out, or better yet seek out the German equivalent.


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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:54am

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
I need a mechanic or an engineer... 

I'm doing a translation for a manufacturer of transmissions and they keep talking about a "Steuerad" (literally steering wheel)
but they don't mean the steering wheel but a gear wheel in the transmission.

Has anyone got any idea what this particular gear wheel could be called in English? 
Is it a timing gear? And what the hell is that anyway?
 
Maybe they are not talking about the transmission but the gearwheels to which the timing belt is attached.. does that make sense?

Guess I can always ask the client, just don't want to look too stupid.

ok, too late. 

 
If you search the pdf of this Moto Guzzi bike for "steuerad", their multilingual reference simply calls it a "Drive Gear."
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:37am

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
I need a mechanic or an engineer... 

I'm doing a translation for a manufacturer of transmissions and they keep talking about a "Steuerad" (literally steering wheel)
but they don't mean the steering wheel but a gear wheel in the transmission.

Has anyone got any idea what this particular gear wheel could be called in English? 
Is it a timing gear? And what the hell is that anyway?
 
Maybe they are not talking about the transmission but the gearwheels to which the timing belt is attached.. does that make sense?

Guess I can always ask the client, just don't want to look too stupid.

ok, too late. 

 
What kind of a transmission?  Could be a planetary gear - would be similar to differential function if steering is involved (lets wheels travel at different speeds while steering).  

Planetary gear looks sort of like a steering wheel:
 
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:31am

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
I need a mechanic or an engineer... 

I'm doing a translation for a manufacturer of transmissions and they keep talking about a "Steuerad" (literally steering wheel)
but they don't mean the steering wheel but a gear wheel in the transmission.

Has anyone got any idea what this particular gear wheel could be called in English? 
Is it a timing gear? And what the hell is that anyway?
 
Maybe they are not talking about the transmission but the gearwheels to which the timing belt is attached.. does that make sense?

Guess I can always ask the client, just don't want to look too stupid.

ok, too late. 

 

differential?
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Posted: May 11, 2015 - 9:01am

I need a mechanic or an engineer... 

I'm doing a translation for a manufacturer of transmissions and they keep talking about a "Steuerad" (literally steering wheel)
but they don't mean the steering wheel but a gear wheel in the transmission.

Has anyone got any idea what this particular gear wheel could be called in English? 
Is it a timing gear? And what the hell is that anyway?
 
Maybe they are not talking about the transmission but the gearwheels to which the timing belt is attached.. does that make sense?

Guess I can always ask the client, just don't want to look too stupid.

ok, too late. 
bokey
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Posted: Apr 22, 2015 - 2:19pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

She's real.
 
I would just call around to people in the neighborhood that reupholster furniture and tell them the dimensions you need. They'll have the foam and maybe you can pick the fabric or take them some. 

 
Thanks,I'll look into that tomorrow.I found a bunch of possibilities under "cot mattress" but I'd still have to do something about the back cushion.
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Posted: Apr 22, 2015 - 2:01pm

 bokey wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

45-inch long ones are $20 at Bloodbath
 
Search "bench cushion" and see what hits.

 
I found a couple leads under "day bed cushion" but haven't heard back yet. 

I couldn't measure the sofa but I  (duh {#Doh}) measured the old cushions.

I need 3 each of  25x15 and 25 x 30 or some combo or single mattress that would work(inches,not feet,it's not a gift for Manbirds imaginary 50 foot girlfriend)

 
She's real.
 
I would just call around to people in the neighborhood that reupholster furniture and tell them the dimensions you need. They'll have the foam and maybe you can pick the fabric or take them some. 
bokey
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Posted: Apr 22, 2015 - 1:43pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

45-inch long ones are $20 at Bloodbath
 
Search "bench cushion" and see what hits.

 
I found a couple leads under "day bed cushion" but haven't heard back yet. 

I couldn't measure the sofa but I  (duh {#Doh}) measured the old cushions.

I need 3 each of  25x15 and 25 x 30 or some combo or single mattress that would work(inches,not feet,it's not a gift for Manbirds imaginary 50 foot girlfriend)
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Posted: Apr 22, 2015 - 1:33pm

 bokey wrote:
Where can I get some cheap cushions for something like this? (just a pic I found on E-Bay,but my camera is downstairs and I'm not)

 I don't have the exact dimensions as it's standing on end in a corner I can't get to right now.All of  Amazon's replacement cushions were crazy expensive.All I need is a piece of foam or some corncobs covered in some cheap fabric.



 
45-inch long ones are $20 at Bloodbath
 
Search "bench cushion" and see what hits.
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Posted: Apr 22, 2015 - 12:41pm

Where can I get some cheap cushions for something like this? (just a pic I found on E-Bay,but my camera is downstairs and I'm not)

 I don't have the exact dimensions as it's standing on end in a corner I can't get to right now.All of  Amazon's replacement cushions were crazy expensive.All I need is a piece of foam or some corncobs covered in some cheap fabric.


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Posted: Apr 7, 2015 - 1:32pm

 BlueHeronDruid wrote:

GameOne.

 
Ooh.  I'll run that one by him.  Thanks.
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Posted: Apr 7, 2015 - 1:31pm

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