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running board

a footboard along the side of a vehicle, esp an early motorcar
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T regoning said: ``The trainers present believe that the stalls need modifications, and we have agreed on modifications to be made, in particular to the running boards. As far as the trainers are concerned, we have been pushing very hard to get what we believe is safe equipment, so these are positive steps.''
Another achievement for blow molding was an SUV running board that sets a new mark for length.
The resulting 9-lb running board is robotically trimmed and finished.
From the outside, there appears to be very little difference, but the gate itself has been lowered by about an inch and a half, while changes have also been made to the running board, and gate mesh and padding, which has been altered from black to grey.
One is a twin-sheet running board made in a textured female mold: Another is a stone guard with Class A surface obtained with a glossy silver paint film from Avery Dennison.
Not only will your tax deductible donation to our nonprofit charitable association (designated 501(c)3 by the Internal Revenue Service) get you a number into this year's closed out race, you will also receive a Life Membership in the Association, an American Running Association cap and t-shirt, a personal thank you from Bill Rodgers, Jeff Galloway, or another of our celebrity running Board Member, and big karma credits for supporting our ongoing efforts to help more people benefit from a running lifestyle.
Given the drive toward greater vehicular differentiation, Tyco Electronics (www.tycoelectronics.com) has developed the means by which there is linear light distribution, such as along the running board of the Nissan Quest minivan.
Come support The American Running Association and meet American Running Board Member Bill Rodgers at our fundraising dinner to support the Association's educational programs.
An example of the latter is the running board for the 2003 Ford F250/340 pickups and Explorer and Mountaineer SUVs.
According to American Running Board Member Ron Lawrence, M.D., "balance ability diminishes markedly with age." From age 25 to age 75 the loss of balance ability can be a staggering 75%.
In the automotive aftermarket, one success is a running board for Ford vehicles thermoformed by TPi (the former Thermoform Plastics Inc.) in St.
The package features various dark body elements including the grille, 18-inch gloss wheels, running boards, bed liner, wheel arch vent surrounds and mirrors, among other components.