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 5083  /5052Aluminum Plate

♦ Width:500-2200mm
♦ Thickness:2-200mm
♦ Length:500-8000mm
♦ Application:decoration, outer shell for household products
♦ Packing:blank waterproof paper , kraft, wooden case or pallet (fumigation report for the wooen packing material )
♦ Grade:5083.
♦ Features Very good elongation, anticorrosion performance

 

Type 5083 /5052Aluminum Plate
Application  decoration, ceilings, curtain wall, chemical product container, alloy doors and windows, transport equipment parts, fuel tanks, conduit, kitchen countertops and so on.
Alloy Type 5083   5052
Temper O,H14,H16,H18,H22,H24,H26,H28,H32,H34,H36,H38,
H112,F,H111,H114
Thickness 0.6 -300mm
Width 500mm-2300mm
Length 500-10000mm
Adopted Standard GB/T 3880-2006 ,EN485,ASTM B209
Alloy Chemical composition
 
5083 aluminum sheets Si Fe Cu Mn Mg Cr Ni Zn Ca V Ti  Others Al
0.25 0.40 0.10 0.10 2.2-2.8 0.15-0.35    /  0.10    /   /    / 0.15 Remain

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  • Modified Land Rover Discovery ditch crawling in Lebanon.
    Accelerated video due to the extreme crawling ratio.

    Discovery Dino truggy, 1992.

    SPECS

    Engine:
    4.2 V8i
    Jacob Electronics Energy Coil & Wire set
    Bosch 4-plug Spark plugs
    Kenlowe dual 13 HD electrical fans
    OMP cone filter
    Straight exhaust
    Brass plugs for cooling system
    Waterproof Distributor Kit
    GMC truck power steering pump
    Dual coolers for engine and transmission oils

    Electrical:
    120 Ah alternator
    Dual Optima Yellow Top batteries (relocated to behind seats)
    Hella emergency electrical kill switch
    Waytek Wire Inc. switches
    Control Switch for Kenlowe fans, Lights, ARBs, etc
    Inside cabin LED lights
    Internal dual winch control switches
    Albright solenoids for dual winches
    Custom made lights f/r (Defender based)

    Drive Train:
    Land Rover ZF 4 speed automatic transmission
    Ashcroft Underdrive (2.69:1)
    Yukon 4.88 Toyota Rings & Pinions
    Dual RD23 ARB lockers with HD air-line kits
    Jack McNamara Custom 30 spline axles & flanges
    Longfield Cromolly 27 spline CVs
    ARB compressor
    Jack McNamara transfer box solid cross shaft
    Paragon Performance SS brake lines
    Breather lines for all components extended to top of cabin
    Magnetic differential drain plugs
    DBA slotted & cross-drilled zinc plated discs all round
    EBC Carbon-Kevlar brake pads

    Suspension:
    OME front 764s with N73 shocks & Rubber spring Isolator
    OME rear 762s with N29 shocks, custom bottom shock mounts, EE bottom retainers, custom rear kinked/lengthened trailing arm, RTE extended rear A arm
    Energy suspension front 3.5 & rear 4.5 bumpstops
    Polybush Blue bushes all round
    Rockstomper hydraulic ram steering set-up
    2 x 0.5 Custom steering rods with ¾ heim joints

    Body modification:
    Full truggy exo-cage
    75mm x 6mm
    60mm x 4mm
    40mm x 3mm
    Discovery 5 door shell chopped at B pillar with roof section closing the rear to produce a single cabin pick up truggy style
    Front fenders opened to allow for larger tires without further lifting
    Doors re-enforced with 3mm 5 bar checker plate aluminum sheets
    Complete 3mm 5 bar checker plate aluminum interior panels
    Defender mirrors L/R
    Stock fuel tank relocated to central position above chassis
    Rear tool box integrated within bed
    Bolt in location on bed for 60 hi-lift, 11,000 lbs Pull Pal, waffle boards, air tank & hi-lift weight spreader board

    Protection:
    Full exo cage with dual winch mounts and all round vehicle protection
    Front and rear SG diff guards
    Dual front & rear SMBs (4 in total)
    75mm tube door sliders integrated into exo-cage
    Summit Racing Baja High back seats & covers bolted to inner cage
    Corbeau FIA 2 3 point harnesses with harness pads bolted to cage
    Poly hood pins front and rear

    Accessories / recovery:
    Dual Warn M8274-50 winched F/R with:
    Rockstomper 3/8×100 winch rope
    Spidertrax aluminum fairlead
    Internal control switch per winch
    Dual external switches per winch
    11,000 Pull-Pal (Custom made 8mm shovel)
    2 GRP Waffles
    Craftsman tool bag
    Ready welder
    60 Hi-Lift jack with Jack Mate, Isolator, lifting pad & fix it kit
    Craftsman recovery bag with dual snatch blocks, D-rings & miscellaneous parts
    2 x 20m 15 ton winch extension straps
    2 x 9m 15 ton recovery strap
    1 x 10m kinetic recovery rope
    2 x 3m tree savor
    Full First Aid Kit in pelican 1300 mounted within cab
    Garmin 276c with 12v hook-up
    Motorola FRS Radios
    Gerber Ax
    SS with plastic handle shovel
    Internal roof net
    Rear cabin dual nets
    2 Mag Lights
    Dual 1Kg Fire Extinguishers
    Mat Black Hood

    Tires & Wheels:
    15×12 Rockstomper beadlock steel wheels
    42×14.5×15 bias Interco IROKs



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