PNW Vendors & Services

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Johnny Drunkard, May 15, 2009.

  1. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Here it is Gang.

    Snortn Boar Transport,


    Departing Seattle June 7th heading to;

    Phoenix, Az then back upto Edmonton, Alberta. Passing through Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Nevada can hit Colorado, New Mexico if the money is right!:lol3


    I am actively looking for cargo of just about any kind..no Hazmat heading South and back North.

    Please contact me if you have anything or know of anyone who may be needing my services.


    Last trip went very well over 7,000 miles again and hauled several bikes for ADV inmates!

    Plus hauled two bikes for Arlen Ness Motorcycles out of Las Vegas!!!

    1. 2006 Chevy C4500 Kodiak
    2. All USDOT and Federal Motor Carrier Interstate operating Authority's
    3. A Class A CDL
    4. Fully Insured for up to $100,000.00

    Looking forward to helping you with your transportation needs!

    Springer
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  2. tedder

    tedder irregular

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    Please PLEASE PLEASE can a mod or the original-fucked-up-poster fix the copy-paste that fucks up the colors? Ugh, this thread is almost worthless. My eyes are bleeding.
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  3. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Snortn Boar Transport,

    Providing transportation to Western Canada and the United States


    Departing Seattle June 7th heading to;

    Phoenix, Az then backup to Edmonton, Alberta.
    Passing through Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, New Mexico and possibly Nevada this time.

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    Bikes transported:

    Pacific to Pacific $450, Pacific to mountain $550, Pacific to Central $675, Pacific to Eastern $775.

    Discount for multiple bikes same trip and loading and unloading locations. Also for shipping to destination and then return shipping.

    Please contact me with any questions.

    Thank you for considering my services. I am constantly upgrading equipment, improving scheduling and operations and use only the best straps and soft ties. Always open to suggestions.




    I am actively looking for cargo of just about any kind..no Hazmat..... heading South and back North.

    Please contact me if you have anything or know of anyone who may be needing my services.


    Last trip went very well over 7,000 miles again and hauled several bikes for ADV inmates!

    Plus hauled two bikes for Arlen Ness Motorcycles out of Las Vegas!!![​IMG]



    1. 2006 Chevy C4500 Kodiak
    2. All USDOT and Federal Motor Carrier Interstate operating Authority's
    3. A Class A CDL
    4. Fully Insured for up to $100,000.00

    Looking forward to helping you with your transportation needs!

    Springer
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  4. Shocktower

    Shocktower Long timer

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    I have a sawmill built on a trailer with electric log loader and electric lift for the rails you can do large logs up to 3'+ X 22' you can cut 1x's 2x's up to 12" tall this machine will turn logs into lumber with out you turning the logs it had 3 blades so it does all the work, well pretty much you do have to stack the lumber after it is cut
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  5. Konflict Motorsports

    Konflict Motorsports KM TUNER

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    Check us out at www.konflictmotorsports.com :deal

    We at Konflict Motorsports would like to inform you we now offer Suspension Services. Alex has attended numerous seminars and clinics throughout the country trying to refine his knowledge on the physic's and understanding of what it takes to make a championship winning set-up with your suspension. Alex has been done countless hours of extensive Research and Development throughout the country finding what the perfect set-up would be.
    We are in the process of manufacturing our own custom wound springs, due to finding questionable tolerances in stock available publicly. As well as having custom wound springs, we are also doing extensive research with some well known company's in the industry to manufacture our needle's, seals, shim's, and fluids.
    We offer complete Suspension Services for Motocross, GNCC, Enduro, Trials, Adventure, Supermoto, Formula 450, & Desert Racing.
    We offer Suspension Services for the following applications: Ktm, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Gas Gas, Husaberg, Husqvarna, BMW, and Beta.


    REVIEWS
    NWBoarder<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> vbmenu_register("postmenu_13631614", true); </SCRIPT>
    Whitmeister

    I recently had Alex do a full service and re-spring the forks on the KTM. I asked him to remove the "3rd Bushing", which is a common thing to do on the 2004. I was being a cheap bastard, and waved off his suggestions to do valve work. He said my oil was the worst he'd seen, and there was scoring on the bore, which he polished out. My bad!! I guess 4 years is too long!

    I did the Black Bear Enduro in Tahuya in June. The forks were much improved in the fast stuff, but they were really jarring me, in the slower roots and rocks. After 50+ miles I was significantly more fatigued than usual.

    Alex, (like a doctor making house calls) called me on my way home, to see how the suspension was. We talked and discussed options. For a VERY reasonable fee, he offered to pick up the forks again, and work his magic on the valves. I had a vacation coming up, and told him he had lots of time.

    Well Saturday I did a 115 mile DS ride from Enumclaw, to Lk Cle Elum, which had everything from high speeds on Hwy 410, to gravel on FS70, roots and rocks, and tight switch backs going over Windy Ridge. The forks are stellar! I can't think of a better feeling bike, well maybe Gabriele's 570, that Alex worked on, but that thing has a little more mass than my 200. ;-)

    Only problem is, it really highlighted how sacked out the rear is&#8230;

    Thanks Alex!

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    memento gaudere semper

    Btw, just had the suspension serviced and re-sprung from Alex, and it truly changed the bike for me. Among the many benefits, nearly no arm pump!! Thanks Alex!!

    Highly recommeded.
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  6. cbrxxcess

    cbrxxcess Adventurer

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    I have a friend that I used to work with and she has started teaching MSF courses for Spokane Motor School. They have some openings left for the June 12th class. It is normally a $225 class. If you give me shout I will pass on the info to you so that you can register for the class for $75. Take a look at the web site for a course description. This is a good deal. You will need to have insurance on the bike to take the course. Pm me if interested.
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  7. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Anyone needed bikes transported for this event? I know a guy who can do it!!:lol3
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  8. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Down for 34 hours in Ontario, Or. I have some room on the trailer heading to Seattle on Monday AM. A bike or two maybe.
    Anyone need something moved to Seattle along this route let me know.
    Thanks
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  9. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Leaving for Edmonton in the AM have plenty of room coming back to Seattle. !!!!:ear
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  10. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Leaving Seattle around the 25th or 26th heading back to Phoenix and then up to Montana. I have some room in both directions. Also heading to Medford Oregon around the 16th of July and looking for something coming back to Seattle area.
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  11. chris91182

    chris91182 Bike whore

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    Heading east this summer?

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  12. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Yes in August first couple weeks! How far and where is the pickup? I am heading back south on the 16th. Taking a group of local Inmates to Oregon with thier bikes for a off road adventure back north. Then onto California and Nevada possibly Az again. Let me know I can pick it up on this trip if out west here somewhere, Thanks
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  13. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    Springer - PM me your e-mail address.
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  14. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Need something going from Seattle / Portland / Tri Cites someplace around here going down. Can make it happen right away. Will be sending Elijah, my new driver with the second truck!
    Yep Snortn Boar Transport is expanding......:D

    You know something like 12 dirtbikes......:deal
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  15. wsdbikes

    wsdbikes New Max is Mad

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    Any inmates do residential lawn care? I have a place in Oak Harbor I would like to have done every couple weeks. mow, trim and a one time cleanup.

    Please PM me .
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  16. Springs

    Springs Shipping Wars

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    Leaving Seattle on Friday 16th
    Heading south to Ca then over to Vegas, I'm almost empty from Vegas to LA and San Diego. Then empty from San Diego to San Fransisco. Let me know if you have anything you need moved.
    Found this and man would Love to have it!

    Looking for an investor. I have more work than I can handle need more equipment there is money in for the right person.


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  17. chris91182

    chris91182 Bike whore

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    Looking to have my bike shipped as far east as it can go so I can ride new england and ride back to seattle beg of aug

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  18. wsdbikes

    wsdbikes New Max is Mad

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    Any Handy folk interested in laying a little carpet in Oak Harbor? landing and stairs only. 2-3 hour job. Old stuff was discusting.
    Have old carpet for measurement and then would like it removed.
    will pay in actual $

    PM Me or email
    wsdbikes@hotmail
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  19. The Rev

    The Rev ridefast, takechances

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    :evil Come on down for our second Bike Night at South Sound Motorcycles Wed July 28th. The first one absolutely rocked, with over 100 bikes showing up. Free burgers, dogs and sodee pops. There will be a bike wash, and the $$$ from the bike wash and any food donations gets donated to WMRRA's Airfence Fund. Start time is 6 pm, and it rolls through 8pm. This is an ALL BRANDS EVENT. Just stop by, have some grub, and hang out with others from this neck o' the woods. Working on getting a mobile Dyno guy to come set up here for the evening too. Stop down, we'd love to see you here!
    Peace,out.
    The Rev:wink:
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  20. NWBoarder

    NWBoarder Whitmeister

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    Report: Second ride on my re-worked suspension from Konflict Motorsports.

    I recently had Alex do a full service and re-spring the forks on the KTM. I asked him to remove the "3rd Bushing", which is a common thing to do on the 2004. I was being a cheap bastard, and waved off his suggestions to do valve work. He said my oil was the worst he'd seen, and there was scoring on the bore, which he polished out. My bad!! I guess 4 years is too long!

    I did the Black Bear Enduro in Tahuya in June. The forks were much improved in the fast stuff, but they were really jarring me, in the slower roots and rocks. After 50+ miles I was significantly more fatigued than usual.

    Alex, (like a doctor making house calls) called me on my way home, to see how the suspension was. We talked and discussed options. For a VERY reasonable fee, he offered to pick up the forks again, and work his magic on the valves. I had a vacation coming up, and told him he had lots of time.

    Well Saturday I did a 115 mile DS ride from Enumclaw, to Lk Cle Elum, which had everything from high speeds on Hwy 410, to gravel on FS70, roots and rocks, and tight switch backs going over Windy Ridge. The forks are stellar! I can't think of a better feeling bike, well maybe Gabriele's 570, that Alex worked on, but that thing has a little more mass than my 200. ;-)

    Only problem is, it really highlighted how sacked out the rear isÂ…

    Thanks Alex!

    Highly recommeded.


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