There are 1.609344 kilometres in one mile. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 149000 kilometres is equal to 149000/1.609344 = 92584.31 miles.
5% of 149,000 is 7,450.
1.49 * 10^3 i think
149,000 feet = 28.2 (28.2197) miles.
You will have to cal S&W
To find 0.5% multiply the number by 0.5/100 = 0.005
149,590 (One hundred forty-nine thousand, five hundred ninety) rounds to 100,000 when rounded to the nearest hundred thousands place.
I have a COSTCO DELUXE PATIO SWING Model ITM./ART. 149000 I bought it a couple years ago but it is STILL IN THE BOX. If you are interested in it lets try to arrive at a fair offer to both of us if you are in Southern Ontario.
According to Colt Archive Services , only Colt 1851 navy with serial numbers between 98000 & 132000 records are available. You may call 1-800-962-2658 ext 1391 to verify.
if this sound is coming from the "top" of the engine it may be cause by the lifters. the easy way to get rid of this with out mechanical help would be getting a thicker oil. and also there is a liquid , "engine lucas" which it helps your oil lubricate your engine components better. try that.
It sounds like you have a "Yellow Boy" Winchester 66, and is the Fourth Model since it is centerfire. It the serial number is between 149000 and 170101, that proves it. It has a minimum value of $1,000 if it is even in one scraggly, rusted piece (a 10% gun), and could be worth upwards of $9,000 it it has most of the blue, good yellow color, the wood is good, and it shoots good (a 90% gun). You definitely need it appraised by a professional gun appraiser it it is an excellent gun.
ILLEGALLY It can be done if you possess specials electrical/computer equipment. There are web-sites offering this as a service. I will not link to them as it is generally only done for nefarious purposes (winding the mileage back to make the car sell for more). However it is not actually illegal to adjust an odometer in some jurisdictions, as there is always the possibility of buying a second hand instrument pack/speedo and having the mileage reading on it altered to match the actual on the car it is then fitted to. On most cars, you cannot change it without some special tools ... or something. However, when the speedometer fell of my 91 Toyota tercel (I mean, serously, It fell off!!!!) I took off the wheel, the dash cover, and then broke the side of the plastic cover to put it back on. I could have adjusted the mileage from there, but at 149000, it didn't seem worth it. And its highly illegal. (the above would seem to refer to older vehicles that had a mechanical odometer that could easily be changed using a small screwdriver to move the wheels, rather than more moden LCD speedometers that were developed to prevent this.)