First, please understand that rear brakes do not work as hard as front brakes. The ratio of working is 60% front brakes and 40% rear brakes. Therefore, they do not wear out as quickly. Is this your observation and reason for asking the question? Second, if your rear brakes really are not working, you will experience a longer distance to come to a complete stop. Are you experiencing this? If so, then you really do have a problem with your rear brakes. You will have to check that the brake fluid is flushed (old brake fluid gathers moisture from the air and does not work as well) and you will have to check to see if any of the rear brake parts are "frozen" -stuck in place so that they do not squeeze the brake drum or disk. Please let me know how it goes. Your colleague in New Jersey
seam to seam
a curved seam is a seam that is curved
The three types of seam are Plain seam, French seam and Ancient or Old German flat seam.
An enclosed seam, or a French seam, is a seam that is sewn with the wrong sides of the fabric together. A second seam is usually sewn with the right sides together so that the first seam is enclosed.
a seam that is exposed
An open seam is a general purpose seam. An open seam is two pieces of fabric sewn together, and then the seam allowances are pressed open, creating a flat and clean seam line on the right side of the fabric.
You need to explain what seam you mean? A seam of coal? A seam in a jacket?
Seem is the homophone for seam.
A seam is where two or more bits of cloth are overlapped. A seam consists of cloth.
A self-enclosed seam is a seam that does not result in a raw edge but a finished, enclosed seam. See related links for more details.
The pipe which is formed by seam welding.
double channel seam
To sew a concealed seam first sew the seam with the right side out wards, (the opposite way to how you would normally sew a seam). Next trim off the edges of the seam quite close to the stitch line. Lastly, turn the garment inside out and re-sew the seam close to the first stitching, you have now enclosed the first seam with its raw edges inside the second seam.
Plain seam (on a sewing machine) is a seam that is straight and where the top and bottom threads cross inside the cloth.Plain seam (hand stiching) is a straight seam wiht the needel going down through the cloth, along the seam line and up through the cloth, along the seam line and down through the cloth, etc.These seams are the simplest seams.
The fabric between the seam and the cut edge is referred to as the seam allowance.
A seam roll is the name given to a roll of fabric that is used with an iron to press a seam flat.
This is a decorative seam with the stitching visible on th right side.
There are 11 types of seams which include: abutted, enclosed, exposed, false french, flat-felled, french, fused, glued, hairline, lapped seam with raw edges, and finally overedged seam.
A slot seam is very simple. First baste a plain seam together. (A plain seam is simply two pieces of fabric sew together. You need to make sure that the seam is at least a half an inch wide.Second, press open the seam along its full length.Third, cut a strip of fabric as long as the entire seam and as wide as the now open seam width. This means it will be twice the width of seam.Fourth, pin or paste the strip of fabric to the opened seam, ensuring that the strip sits directly over the center of the opened seam.Fifth, turn the fabric so that the strip is underneath and you can sew from the 'finished' or right side of the project. Sew a quarter inch on both sides of the seam line.Finally, remove your basting. You have made a slot seam.
The word seam is one syllable.
mining where they use seam gas
seam less pipes are having with out weld but produced by extension process it is costly than seam