What has 4 wheels and flies?
The answer is: a garbage truck!
The joke is 'What has wheels and flies'.
The joke is 'What has wheels and flies'.
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Answer . Chevrolet has never built a 4wd Corvette at the factory. But there have been some Corvette's that have been modified to 4wd.
Some are.. The 3000Gt VR-4 is the one that has the twin turbo All weel drive. The SL has leather and front weel drive. The bast has front wheel drive. go to www.cardomain.com to see some tricked out 3000GT's
the adult flies were removed during weeks 2 and 4 so that they weren't accidentally counted as the offspring(when counting how many offsping of each phenotype there are). If they were accidentally counted as the offspring, the data would be biased.
It depends on the torque distribution, the power of the car, and how many revs you give the start. A big, off-road 4x4 will have about a 40/60 front/rear torque distribution, meaning that with enough revs, yes, they will all spin. But a sportier 4x4 system, such as a Subaru Impreza, the distribution… is about 30/70, while the answer may still be yes, however it will not be a balanced spin, the rear wheels will spin far faster than the back. (MORE)
they are followers and go along with whomever is the more powerful leader (not because the leader is smarter but who has a threat against them if they don't follow them). so they follow Jack eventually because he will beat them otherwise and he lures them in with terrifying songs,bonfires, and meat.… they could symbolize the common people because they have no huge impact but help either Ralph or Jack pertain more power by simply obeying Jack's cruel commands. (MORE)
you have to get past the rats one by on(it might take a while trust me it takes forever but you will get it
Simon retrieved Piggy's glasses for him, after they had fallen onto the rocks as a result of Jack punching Piggy.
A pedalcar or a QuaDbike...but that's more a motorbike (combustion engine, and not pedal powered)
No, semi-trucks are rear drive only. However, technically becausethe rear wheels typically have two axles you could make an argumentthat 4 sets of tires are driving the vehicle. And if those rearwheels are duallies, which they usually are, it would actually be 8wheel drive. :) There are some semi t…ractors which have a transfer case and a livefront axle... these are typically highly specialized units forniche role work, and you won't see them in use for hauling freightand general commodities. Specialized sitework and oilfieldvehicles, as well as the military M916 tractor, are such examples. (MORE)
\nI drive a GMC Jimmy, and the 4 wheel is a real life-saver in the winter, just like now for instance.
2 wheels you can tip over easily, 3 wheels are unstable in turns, any more than 4 wheels increase drag and therefore decrease fuel economy.
Please check the owners manual or contact a mechanic/the manufacturer to find out which of the fuses you should pull. If it is broken you can try removing one at a time to check if its broken.
To quote directly from the book... The littlun Percival had early crawled into a shelter and stayed there for two days, talking, singing, and crying, till they thought him batty and were faintly amused. Ever since then he had been peaked, red-eyed, and miserable, a litttlun who played little and cri…ed often. (MORE)
It Depends on what type of vehicle you are working with. Some older chevrolets use the same frames and it could be done. The Ford series it is not recommended because the frames on 2wd are not near as strong. did this on my 1985 Dodge D300, now it is 4x4. it took a while but, was WELL worth t…he $1300 in parts, (keep in mind six states messed up my driveline build and I had to pay someone else to rebuild it!) most of the bugs are worked out now but, you have to be VERY careful with your measurements, I went to the junkyard and wrote measurements on the truck frame itself, then took pictures, printed the pictures on the computer, checked my measurements, then cut out the holes in the paper, and was able to carefully overlay them on the frame, then you you just reverse the template for the opposite side. you WILL have to use a torch to cut in some of the holes, and to cut off the cold rivets that hold the frame/leaf spring perches together so that you can mount your leaf springs., you'll also need some pretty heavy duty supports to hold up the truck while you get the front end under it. I used two big tree rounds as they're completely solid and were tall enough to allow me to work under the truck, and slide the axle under. DO NOT use cinder blocks, they'll get crushed (and might get you killed), and aren't strong enough for this job, promise! the engine cradle also has to be changed (MAJOR PAIN!) you'll need to be an expert with that torch or find someone who is, and also you'll need an air chisel to drive the rivets out of the frame so you don't cut into the frame and damage it with the torch, I also used the air chisel to help situate the engine cradle. if your doing it on a 70's or 80's dodge keep in mind the 4x4 uses two different metal mounts on either side of the engine, but the rubber insulators are the exact same (use new ones too! no sense in having them out and not replacing them). use Grade 8 bolts, and compression washers, I also used jam nuts to ensure nothing came loose as they aren't as strong as the rivets, so, they need to be SUPER TIGHT. use a good impact gun for this, then check them by hand. you'll also want to recheck things periodically to ensure that everything stays put. I used a divorced T-Case on my conversion and someone apparently had switched two of the mounting bolts to shorter ones, I Re-used them, and had my transfer case try to remove itself from the truck! I lost my rubber insulators, and the steel liners, luckily I found them later. I replaced them with longer grade 8 bolts and they have worked great, I have tested this truck well now but, even a year later I still keep an eye on things. one final note about driveline angles..... when aligning your T-case/tranny/engine assy. you want them all as close as possible to the same angle so it makes one continuous line down the drivetrain. I purchased a digital angle gauge for table saws at Harbor Freight for this. they aren't expensive and are very helpful for this purpose. they are also magnetic, so that helps a lot as well. after you're done have the local driveline/4x4 specialty shop check your work. nothing like an experts opinion and advice! Jason (MORE)
It doesn't matter if you have 3 or 4 wheels. Until you turn without the stability on 3 it is a wheelie wild ride not as safe as 4
Commonly, vehicles with four-wheel drive have two ranges: high and low. Low range is better for towing or accelerating quickly, but with limited top speed. High range is the opposite (better for highway driving, around town, etc.)
By selling it and buying a four wheel drive, it will be a lot cheaper, and if you have to ask you do not have the skill to even give it a try. I don't know many if any people with the skill who would even do this.
Depends on what year it is and whether it's straight drive. On my 'straight drive '81 you start with the regular shift lever (the one you shift when driving) in 1st gear and give the vehicle a little gas while trying to move the the transfer case shift lever (the other stick) out of 4 wheel drive an…d into 2 wheel drive. If you have the old lockout wheel hubs you will also have to turn them to the left til they click.They are only on the front wheels of course. (MORE)
When Jack refused to give any meat to Piggy, Simon passed his meat to Piggy. Jack then cut of a "huge chunk" of meat which he thrust at Simon saying, "eat d***you."
Roger trampled through a sand structure which was being played with by three littluns. Roger didn't do it accidentally, he did it deliberately. A little later Roger threw stones at the littlun called Henry. Roger seemingly wanted to actually hit the small boy and cause him pain but was subconsciousl…y conditioned by years obedience to adult rules to throw the stones wide of the target. The two incidents revealed the Roger was a boy who got pleasure from hurting and upsetting others. Quite simply Roger was a sadist who, once he'd got over his subconscious obedience to laws and rules which he didn't want to obey, would become an extremely unpleasant and dangerous boy. (MORE)
They chanted "Kill the pig! Cut her throat! Spill her blood!" after Jack makes his first kill.
Jack had two over riding obsessions in Lord of the Flies. Jack wanted to be leader and he also wanted to hunt (and kill) pigs. Jack had devised a new strategy which involved having his hunters form a circle into which a pig could be driven and beaten to death. In order to put his plan into action Ja…ck decided that he also need the two hunters who were on fire duty. As a result of this the fire went out, as there was nobody on duty to feed it with fuel. The real issue was not that Jack was thoughtless or negligent but that Jack though only in terms of himself. He wanted the boys on fire duty to join his hunt and that was all that mattered as far as he was concerned. (MORE)
The engine turns the transmission which then turns the transfer case which then provides power to all 4 wheels
In chapter 4 of Lord of the Flies, Percival, a littlun cries after Maurice flings sand in his eyes, and then cries again when Johnny, another littlun does the same after seeing how it had upset him.
The beginning of chapter four details the events of life as a littlun. Percival, Johnny, and Henry, three littluns who suffer from unknown terror during the night but play happily during the day, are on the beach, near the ocean water, engaged in their usual trivialities. Soon Roger and Maurice, two… of Jack's hunters, begin to harass the boys, kicking over their sand-castles and throwing stones near them. These events are precursors to the actual violence Roger and Maurice will use later in the novel to threaten Ralph and Piggy. Yet for the time being, there is an invisible wall of protection around Henry, whom Roger throws stones near. Roger's conditioning of the old world is still present but will soon wear off. The second major theme of the chapter is the adoption of face paint by Jack and the hunters. Wearing masks of green and other colors, the boys feel compelled to hunt the pig, being much more brave than normal. Golding explains that with the masks, the boys were "liberated from shame and self-consciousness." Meanwhile, Piggy is thinking about a sun-dial. This again shows how Piggy is thinking logically about tools which could help the boys. Yet not even Ralph accepts this, saying that it's not practical. The other boys on the island dislike Piggy in general. Golding explains, "There had grown up tacitly among the biguns the opinion that Piggy was an outsider, not only by accent, which did not matter, but by fat, and ass-mar, and specs, and a certain disinclination for manual labor." The others hate Piggy because he is the only one (except Ralph) unwilling to give up the logic and order of the old world of adults. Soon the rivalry between the two schools of thought are again in conflict when Jack and his hunters abandon the fire to hunt. When the fire goes out, Piggy and Ralph are enraged, seeing a ship which wasn't able to see them because there was no smoke signal. When confronted, Jack shrugs off the whole thing, starting a group chant and dance with his hunters concerning the pig hunt. Golding explains the two sides, saying, "There was the brilliant world of hunting, tactics, fierce exhilaration, skill, and there was the world of longing and baffled common sense." (MORE)
It depends on the vehicle and if it actually has 4 wheel drive. Some vehicles have it on the dashboard while some have it on the floor of the vehicle
If you have a 4-wheel drive car it shouldn't be in 4-wheel drive but if you accidentally or knock it into 4-wheel drive you have a gear leaver like item at the side of your actual gear stick. It will be vibrating a bit but that's perfectly normal. If your 4-wheel stick is up then its in 4-wheel driv…e but if its down your not in 4-wheel drive. (MORE)
Not all cars do! There are a number of vehicles that only have 3 wheels (The famous Reliant Robin that Del Boy drove around springs to mind)
No. 4WD means the engine delivers power to all four wheels. ABS is automatic braking system, meaning the brakes will not 'lock up' in a panic stop. ABS = Antilock Brake System
Because most 4 wheel drive vehicles are higher off the ground. A 4 wheel drive vehicle needs more ground clearance to keep anything on the underside from hanging up on rocks, roots, etc when driving off road. (4 Wheel drive is not needed for normal driving on standard roadways.)
Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No , all wheel drive has power going to all 4 wheels all the time . MY 4x4 has power going to the rear wheels and if the rear wheels slip power also starts going to the front wheels ( unless I have 4x4 L…OW selected , then power goes to all 4 wheels all the time ) When manufacturers say All wheel drive, it usually means that it is always on and the transfer case has a limited slip differential type mechanism to allow you to turn and not wheel hop. 4 wheel drive locks both axles to go at the same rate and it is difficult and causes problems when driven on hard surfaces like asphalt. Mainly for off roading or getting unstuck. (MORE)
i depends. some 4 wheel drives move all for and others turn all four. some even do both
Out of the known car companies, Dodge was the first to start 4 wheel drive in 1934 with their trucks.
While stopped, and in park or neutral, move the 4wd selector to the desired 4wd mode, put car in drive or 1st gear and drive.
Look around the cabin if you do not see a switch for 2w to 4w you probably don't have 4 wheel drive a for certain way is to look under the vehicle if you have a transfer case under there then you have 4 wheel (transfer case is after transmission and gives power to front and back wheels)
I don't know if a pathfinder is the same, but in my jeep the transmission has to be in neutral before it will go into, or out of, 4 low
The actuator on a 4-wheel drive allows the vehicle to shift into4-wheel drive with the push of a button or a shift of a lever. Theactuator allows the front axle to become engaged.
The boys painted their faces in order to camouflage themselves so the pigs wouldn't see them. Later on, the where it all the time because they feel liberated from all rules once the put it on.
Because the fire on the mountain was allowed to go out so the passing ship didn't see any smoke.
In a Chevy Blazer I used to own, all you had to do was push the button from "HI" to "low" and you didn't even need to put it in neutral or stop the SUV. LOW is ONLY when you are about to tow a car or truck (Something REALLY HEAVY) up a hill. It's like the old "Bulldog" gears in old delivery trucks a…nd some moving vans. (MORE)
As soon as it leaves the wheel it will travel in a straight line if there are no other forces acting on it. But gravity is a force that will act on it, so it will probably move in some sort of curved trajectory until it hits the deck.
The chapter begins with Henry and two other littluns playing together on the beach, the other two drift away leaving Henry alone. Roger watches from behind a palm tree and starts to throw stones close to Henry. Maurice turns up and Roger goes with him to the jungle where Jack is applying paint to hi…s face. Jack and his hunters go on a pig hunt. Ralph and the other boys are playing and relaxing in the pool when Ralph spots a ship far out at sea. He notices that there is no smoke coming from their signal fire on the mountain top. Ralph runs straight there, naked and torn by creepers and branches, to find the fire out and no boys are on fire duty. He is joined presently by some of the other boys and then Jack and his hunters arrive carrying a dead pig. Jack enthuses about the hunt until Ralph points out that the fire has gone out. Jack explains that he needed the boys who were on fire duty to join in the pig hunt. Ralph tells him that a ship had sailed by and they have failed to be rescued because the fire was out. Piggy joins in the verbal assault and Jack attacks him, resulting in one lens of Piggy's glasses being broken. The fire is lit again, to the side of its original position because Ralph is standing in the ashes and nobody has the nerve to ask him to move. Jack's hunters cook the pig and share it out. Jack refuses to give any meat to Piggy but Simon gives him his own share. Ralph tells them he is going to the platform and he will call a meeting. (MORE)
Jack has the Conch. The conch is a symbol of control over the group of boys.
Henry is very interested in the little transparencies ( or little creatures like small shrimp and other organisms that you see on the shore of a beach ) in the water.
Depending on the year and make , the 4wd fuse is located were all your fuses are,
It means the transmission is connected to all 4 wheels. In regular vehicles it is only connected to 2 wheels.
Not all Tripp luggage has four wheels however, some have four presumably to cater for a wider travelling customer need
It is a sport utility vehicle where all 4 wheels are driven by the engine.
Vehicles with four wheels are cars, buses and most carriages. Some smaller trucks also have four wheels. There are bicycles as well as motorcycles with four wheels, but the vast majority of these vehicles are only two-wheeled.
The cast of What Has Four Wheels and Flies - 1986 includes: Warren Berlinger Pat Morita Alana Powers