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BHDBerhad
BHDBahraini Dinar (ISO currency code)
BHDBlack Hawk Down (book and movie)
BHDBulkhead
BHDBeachhead
BHDBirt-Hogg-Dube Syndrome
BHDBad Hair Day
BHDBuprénorphine Haut Dosage (French: High Dosage Buprenorphine)
BHDBelfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom - Belfast Harbor (Airport Code)
BHDBackhoe Dredger
BHDBehavioral Health Director
BHDBachelor Housing Division
BHDBottom Horizontal Discharge
BHDBlood Hunger Doctrine (gaming guild)
BHDBerner Hammer Drill
BHDBreast Height Diameter (trees)
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The Kubistar E gets a bulkhead, rubber load mat and interior wheelarch protectors, tinted glass, remote central locking, power steering, an airbag, and a two-speaker radio cassette with steering-wheel mounted controls.
The PrimAir Universal Insulated Bulkhead comes in a two-piece, lightweight design that is easy for fleet drivers to handle.
Mr Gedge added that the crew did not realise that a door on the bulkhead had to be kept closed or the buoyancy of the boat would be affected.
Cut hole approximately 2 inches up from bottom of plastic water barrel to the size of the bulkhead flange threaded length.
A ladder-type bulkhead is fitted as standard, with a steel ladder bulkhead featured in the crew van.
A Having a bulkhead built would certainly improve your situation, and it may be possible to do so.
And a special profile at the top of the bulkhead also offers the ability to accommodate 8ft x 4ft sheets in the L2 van, while the Kombi L2 features rear seats which fold into a flat load platform.
The project involved repairing 8,900 feet of a steel bulkhead along the canal.
Use the acid brush to apply a thin coat of pipe sealant, NSN 8030-01-218-0321, to the threads of the bulkhead adapter and pipe elbow.
The Pros and Cons of Bulkhead Seats We don't know about you, but we prefer to sit as close to the front of the plane as possible.
Ian Walker and his crew made the decision to return to the City of Sails five-and-a-half hours into the 12,408-kilometre leg to ItajaEaA[degrees] in Brazil when a bulkhead in Azzam's bow, securing a crucial heavy weather headsail, ripped clean out.
5 in silver, comes equipped with cloth interior, bulkhead with glass window, radio with CD, air conditioning, remote central locking, alarm system, electric windows and electric mirrors, tailgate ply lined side loading door, covered only 31,615 miles .