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  • n. A structural framing member shaped like a squared-off letter C.


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  • Now then, I have the top/back audience side and most of the front as a wooden C-channel detached from the Etherwave.

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  • Both the cable strain relief comb and the C-channel are secured by the universal mounting brackets and do not need to be screwed on separately.

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  • Bk = Bi + 1.26 (32) Standard bracket (short) C-channel Bi + 0.59

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  • Maintaining its common architecture for commercial applications, the one-piece C-channel rear-frame rail's riveted crossmembers provide more durability than traditional welds or bolts.

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  • Maximum upfit-friendliness is achieved with industry-standard 34-inch frame-rail spacing and flat, clean frame rails on a proven one-piece C-channel rear-frame rail boasting

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  • Tundra's advanced TripleTech frame uses wide, full-boxed frame rails for the front portion, a reinforced C-channel under the cab and an open C-channel underneath the bed to maximize strength, ride quality and durability.


  • Plus, its C-channel frame and air-ride, four-link suspended axle provide an exceptionally smooth ride that allows speeds up to 17 mph.


  • I’d also guess that, while she couldn’t name two Supreme Court decisions with which she disagreed, Sarah could likely name three Mexican Midget Wrestlers from the late 70s, tell you what color jacket ARF referees wear, and the viscosity of the grease you needed keep the tracking gear on a C-channel satellite from freezing in winter.

    Sarah Palin's "unstable grip on reality."

  • 9 KabelSchlepp SZL strain reliefs are best suited for use on a C-channel.

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