Current wheel

a wheel dipping into the water and driven by the current of a stream or by the ebb and flow of the tide.

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Working alongside engineers from Thornton Tomasetti, a new model was selected and purchased -- the DW60 -- from Dutch Wheels, the Netherlands-based company that built the Pier's current wheel.
The firm now provides three current wheel set sizes with forged steel travel wheels as well as its current line made from spheroidal-graphite cast iron.
They remove the current wheel from their bike and install the souped-up unit and they are ready to go.
Goodrich's new C-130 boltless wheel and DURACARB[umlaut] carbon brake provides eight times longer brake life and six times longer wheel life than the current wheel and brake system.
The current wheel has given so much pleasure to so many people, providing them with an opportunity to see the new-look Liverpool in all its glory.
Most current wheel loaders must meet strict guidelines for ROPS and FOPS safety standards.
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is in the midst of negotiating its broadcast rights, with the current wheel arrangement that rotates the show among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox set to lapse Oct.
Status categories include: Active (base game), Bonus Eligible, Bonus Eligible Participant (playing the current wheel spin), Bonus Participant (playing the next spin), Spinning the Wheel and Wheel Results.
Additionally, the C-130 boltless wheel and DURACARB carbon brake system, providing eight times longer brake life and six times longer wheel life than the current wheel and brake system, will be displayed alongside UTC Aerospace Systems' Boeing 787 electrically-actuated braking system, the first on a production commercial aircraft.
Goodrich's new C-130 boltless wheel and DURACARB[R] carbon brake provides eight times longer brake life and six times longer wheel life than the current wheel and brake system.
Additionally, the C-130 boltless wheel and DURACARB[R] carbon brake system providing eight times longer brake life and six times longer wheel life than the current wheel and brake system will be displayed alongside Goodrich's Boeing 787 electrically-actuated braking system, the first on a production commercial aircraft.