There is only a slight difference between 16w and 18 misses. 16w is slightly wider and shorter than 18 misses.
Womens's are the plus sizes and misses are the in shape one. I have no Idea why the separate the womens from the misses in my own opinion I believe that women's and misses are all the same things.
Does it miss on acceleration or at idle? If on accel I would be looking at the plugs and wires
if you're talking about misses and women's, misses is generally smaller and women's is larger or plus sizes there is none!
Misses is correct.
PETITE IS FOR SHORTER WOMEN
If that engine is an "interference" type engine it is very possible some valve damage was done when the belt broke. That would explain your symptoms. A compression test should give you an answer to that one.
* 'Misses' as in '...And he misses the ball!" * 'Mrs' as in a married woman.
Junior sizes are a slimmer cut and typically fall between the misses so a size 3 jr would be a misses 2 or 4. Misses are a little fuller cut so I would suggest the smaller size in misses.
there is no real different
try changing plugs and wires then move to coils. if not there it could be and o2 sensor.
he wants to get back with you. he misses how things were between you and him. or he just desperate and tries to see if you fall for it :P but you can tell which one he is playing on you
if the batter swings and misses or if the pitch is between the chest and kness
It only misses between 45-50 mph, I suspect the transmission is jumping in and out of overdrive.
The Misses....(Jones etc)
Misses sizes are for heavier women or women with larger bodies and tall sizes are just longer. Sometimes the two body types coincide.
petite sizes are for shorter women
one's for women and one's for obese men...?
i would say its around a 3/4 in juniors, i wear a size two in misses and i usually fit anywhere between a size 2-4 in juniors.
he misses kissing you.
a system that allows direct communications between user and computer - 2 misses
IT misses key parts of the story
Yes, the word misses is a verb.For example: "he misses the ball".Other verbs are miss, missing and missed.
she loves nikkieeBABY !and that's that ! she misses her dearly :,[&& she misses her other bestiees TESSA, OHLIVIA, and KAYESHe misses EDEN not ! :Lshe misses Nikkiee the most because that's her BESTIEE :D