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Website for Sale!

Thousands of rimz here! Best wheels deal ever!

Rimz.store is a wheels/rims affiliate website.Including hundreds of wheels listing with price comparison, 31 knowledge base articles, 12 blog posts. A well built forum. A newsletter collect and campaign system.

What is included in the sale?

Including a whole year of web hosting and domain(I renewed them for a year yesterday). Also including a bunch of advanced plugins in the admin panel, such as :
◇content egg($49, price comparison)
◇mailster($59, email newsletter plugin)
◇simple-press($45, forum plugin)

And many other assets :
◇hundreds of wheels listings
◇31 knowledge base articles
◇12 blog posts
◇46 email subscribers
◇20 forum users

What is required to keep the business operational?

You may need some basic knowledge in this industry, such as trucks, wheels, parts etc. You’ll also need some basic IT skills to run it, this site was structured on wordpress+woocommerce

Why are you selling the business?

I almost forget this program lol. I recognized it when the hosting service noted me to renew it yesterday. It’s an affiliate program I started about one year ago, I’ve spent 2~3 months on building it. After that I had to focus on other programs, I had no time for it anymore.

How does the business generate revenue?

I have joined several affiliate programs, such as 4wheelonline.com and amazon.com. But please note that, I haven’t made profit from this project yet.

Are there any expenses for the business? If so, what are they?
I guess no

What marketing initiatives have been used for this business?
It has been promoted with my ins page when I launched it about one year ago.
Both the site and the forum has XML map plugin which will submit pages to google automatically

How can the future owner improve the business?
Try to do some marketing campaign

Guys,This is a very good opportunity for you especially beginners to get some feelings about wordpress and affiliate marketing, I’ve spent so much effort and money on it. And for sales price it’s only $150(a whole year hosting+domain included), it’s absolutely a bargain. I can accept paypal or payoneer, DM me on instagram for more details.

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Last updated on June 19, 2018 4:52 am

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[News]SEMA Show 2017 is coming!

The SEMA Show 2017 takes place October 31 – November 3 at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109.

The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition, the SEMA Show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more.

The 2016 SEMA Show drew more than 70,000 domestic and international buyers. The displays are segmented into 12 sections, and a New Products Showcase featured nearly 3,000 newly introduced parts, tools and components. In addition, the SEMA Show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more…

Note: The SEMA Show is a trade-only event and not open to the general public.

Why doesn’t SEMA Show open to the public?

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How to make you own truck lights bar ?

So let’s begin

  1. Step 1: Gathering the Materials

    Materials:

    – eBay star board LEDs (I believe they were 5K, which is a very white light output). We purchased the bulk packs to save on cost and to have extra on hand.

    – eBay star board lenses (Throws the LED light output into specific degrees for flood or spot lighting. It all depends on what angle of lens you purchase).

    – eBay drivers to provide constant current to the LEDs (Prevents flickering and power spikes from reaching the LED).

    – 3M double sided thermal tape to adhere the star board LEDs to the aluminum bar (Also transfers heat from the LED to the aluminum bar acting as a heat sink).

    – Aluminum bar stock to mount the LEDs to (Acts as a heatsink and is hollow to allow our wiring harnesses to sit in).

    – Foam Spacers go inside of the pod to allow the aluminum bar to sit higher for a snug fit.

    – Positive and negative wire (We needed wiring to create our harnesses to essentially daisy chain the LEDs).

    – JST Connectors (Allowed us to plug and play each pod to one another).

    – Conduit boxes (These were the cheapest and most effective casing we could find for the design. They have a tough body and a removable face with a gasket. The conduit boxes also allowed for us to create our pod system, as they can be attached and removed from one another with small PVC inserts).

    – PVC tubing (Allowed us to connect our pods (conduit boxes) to one another).

    – Lexan (We used Lexan as our protective lens. It is designed to be vandal proof and can stand up to the elements.)

    – Soldering gun and solder (We needed this to create our wiring harnesses for each individual pod).

    – Dremel (Used to cut out the lexan lens and the pod lens opening).

    – Screwdriver (Used to secure the pod lens to the body).

    – Truck bed liner (We wanted to give our bars a rugged look that could take some beating).

  2. Step 2: Cutting the Heat Sinks

    Our first real project was cutting the heat sinks. Aluminum is relatively soft and can be cut with a number of hand or power tools. We measured the inside of the pod and transferred that measurement to our aluminum stock so we could create a perfect snug fit. This also ensured that we did not waste any material.

  3. Step 3: Placing the Thermal Tape and LEDs

    We created a stencil that allowed for a relatively perfect fit of 12 LEDs per pod. We outlined the stencil with marker and then placed our 3M thermal tape. After the thermal tape was in place, we placed the LEDs onto the tape ensuring that each LED was properly positioned for positive and negative daisy chaining.

  4. Step 4: Soldering and Wiring Harnesses

    This is unfortunately the least documented section of our project. We soldered each row of 6 LEDs to each other using small pieces of wire (positive to positive, negative to negative). We then created harnesses using our LED drivers, wire, and JST Connectors (placed at each end of the pods). Each pod was wired identically with a JST connector on each side to allow for easy addition or removal of pods. It’s simply plug and play. At the end of the pod that will feed to your vehicle, you simply connect a longer positive and a negative wire.

    We ensured each harness was shrink wrapped and very tidy to prevent crossing of wires. The picture above shows the basics of the harness in raw form. You are also able to see the PVC tube spacers and the foam spacers inside the pod.

  5. Step 5: Prepping the Casings

    During the process you are constantly ensuring fit, placement and functionality of all components. Once everything is ready, it is time to prepare for assembly. This is also the time to spray paint or bed line for that clean professional look.

    Each conduit box comes with a top cover that is screwed in place on each side. The top cover conveniently has a water tight gasket beneath it. The hard part is cutting out the center portion of the top cover to allow placement of the lexan lens. We completed this using a dremel tool and lots of patience. The goal is to leave just enough of a lip so the lexan lens can be siliconed in place.

    Cutting the lexan to size is another challenge, but is easily accomplished with proper measurements and the dremel tool again. Once the lexan is cut, you can silicone it to the inside of your top cover.

  6. Step 6: Final Assembly

    This is where things get really exciting. It’s time to put everything together! It is so simple, it takes just a few minutes. We placed our LED units into the freshly painted pods (ensuring all connections were oriented correctly). We then placed the star board lenses on top of our LED star boards and secured them by screwing on our lexan top cover. Next we placed our PVC tube spacers (which were measured and cut to ensure complete seating of the pods). Finally we plugged all of the JST connectors together and seated the bar fully together by twisting and pushing. It took us some finagling to make sure all of the pods were level and at the same angle.

    At this point our light bar was completed and ready to mount. This was easily accomplished by using a $20 commercial light bar harness and simply adapting the bar to fit our specific Jeeps.

  7. Step 7: Operation and Moving Forward

    During the course of the last three years the bars have taken a beating and continue to work flawlessly. We have had several comments and interest in our bars, so why not share the knowledge. They are obviously different and provide a unique look compared to the commercial products. We dabbled in selling a few, but the commercial products are too plentiful and cheap for any real market. They do pack nicely to ship though 😉

    I hope you have enjoyed this Instructable! I will answer any questions that I can and look forward to posting more projects in the near future!

    This article credits to http://radicalnomads.com

 

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