What would cause the cruise control on my 1996 E-350 7.3 powerstroke diesel to not hold a steady speed ? It has a consistent very quick fluctuation with the speed set at 70 mph (speed moves up and down within 2 mph very very quickly back and forth and can feel it .very annoying) . Almost acts like its missing or like the fuel filter is plugged (i know its not that though) When i shut it off vehicle runs perfectly.
its actually called a pill crusher lol
Most likely a WR or a Free Safety. If you add some weight and bulk up they may try you out and OLB or DE. To work on your hands you're just going to have to practice over and over every day with someone throwing you the football while you run routes. And another suggestion..go 110% in practice the whole time aches notice that. Good luck at tryouts.
The statue is made of steel and copper, so it is one big lightning rod! It forms such a good path for electricity that being struck by lightning would be no problem at all.
The outside of the Statue Of Liberty is made of formed sheets of copper. A copper skin covers the outside of the statue. There is now a new insulator, several layers thick of a teflon material that insulates the copper coating or skin from the metal supports. Originally the insulation between the iron supports and the copper skin was asbestos and pitch. Over years this was worn away. This was removed in the refurbishing in the early 80's and replaced with a polymer of teflon. Open to public in 1986. Working as an insulation and to prevent galvanic action between the copper and the supporting framework.This Polytetrafluoroethylene insulation is between copper outside and supports that were recently replaced with stainless steel. The highest points on the crown and the torch have independent ground cables that act as designated ground points, working together with the copper skin to ground the Statue of Liberty. The inside metal stairs and stainless supports all recently replaced have an independent grounding system.