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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by AngryScot, Feb 10, 2009.
What is the difficulty getting tires into Baja?
Care to elaborate there beech?
Either importing correctly or simply bringing across the border, the taxes are significant enough because it's put in a category with auto parts. And They're "taxed" heavily. It's cost prohibitive and the tires that are brought in are cheap enough, and more to the point, for small bikes. Our market is very different than theirs.
What is somebody in San Diego, like me, wanted to to take tire orders for a bunch of guys in TJ, get them, and bring them across in my truck to give to my friends there?
Be sneaky. Or prepared to pay or tell them to F off and turn around. It used to be easy. It's becoming less easy because the revenue is enticing. And I don't mean bribing. Once you get back to secondary, it's legit. As if you don't have receipts for payment or value of the tires they'll assess the value for you. It's a gamble there. Could go in your favor, or not.
I don't charge anything but I'd figure I can provide some valuable information with regards to immigration and military academy questions. I work for USCIS so I have access to a lot of information if I don't already know. Note that a lot of people have issues with State Department and I'm not an expert on that.
I'm also an expert on joining AF Academy or ROTC. Feel free to PM me on either issues. Thanks!
I'm looking to buy a KTM 640 Adventure down in Arizona and am looking at shipping options to get it up to Seattle. I will of course post on uship, etc. but if there's any inmates traveling up this way with room for a bike, I'd be happy to pay $300 for fuel/time to get this delivered. PM me or text 206.910.6391.
Thanks in advance,
I'm leaving Ft Smith on the 18th, headed to Ft Collins to pick up a bike, over Vail, then to Vegas for delivery. Anything else inbetween?
Probably should post in the Rocky Mountains section
I know this post, that I just stumbled onto, is over a year old, but I also *think* that Stovey is still looking. I'd be remiss if I didn't put in a plug for the man. I met him online, as many of us do, but we clicked and upon moving back to Wyoming in 2013 I got to spend a few days with him and have been in intermittent contact ever since. Stovey is the real deal - like my dad I think, his word is his bond. He is exactly what his friends say about him. Well... all the good stuff anyway
Bay Area local looking for housing. Place I had fell through. All I need is space to sleep and a safe place for my motorcycles (2 of em) prefer South Bay currently in Sunnyvale but work in mountain view. I pay on time every month and have a steady job. I work all weekend and travel/play during the week.
PM me if you want a casual, quiet Roomie. Prefer to keep it under a grand a month and what I really want is an insulated heated garage with kitchen/bathroom/shower access.
An Ohio guy looking for some cost effective camping around the Big Sur area. I'll be riding the US Enterprise (aka my victory vision) from Ohio out to that area and need a site to stay long enough to get some sleep & them move on the next day.
I'm not sure this falls into this category but...I wrote and published a novel, its called "Offensive Behavior" and you can buy a paperback or get the links to iTunes, Kindle or Nook by visiting my website.
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Currently have one open position for an industrial maintenance mechanic in Tucson.
12 hour days, 15 days per month on a rotating schedule (3-2-2-3). It's a small group (currently 11 including management), running 24/7 - so if someone isn't pulling their weight, everyone knows it.
Everyone here wears many hats. One minute you'll be running production machinery, the next you'll be trying to figure out why it isn't running anymore, and the next you'll be loading trucks (forklift certification is eventually required - but we'll train if needed).
Attitude is everything, but having the ability to learn is a close second.
Experience with mechanical, electrical, & pneumatic systems (troubleshooting & repairing) is required. PLC experience a plus.
I won't say this is an "easy" job, and honestly, it isn't that rewarding - but 15 days off every month + pay that is well above the regional average makes up for it. We've only had 2 people quit in the last 10 years - so it can't be *that* bad of a place to work.
Send me a PM if you're interested.
Positions on a small masonry crew based out of a small town (Salida) in central Colorado. On going work thru mid Oct. Primarily stone work with a bit of block and brick work thrown in.
Not to mention the base of operations is in a world class riding destination
Housing is an issue, but plenty of camping on public and private land.
If interested PM please.
I'm looking for an experienced IT Project Manager near Los Angeles (Westlake Village, to be precise) for a full-time position.
This particular PM will need to travel quite a bit for the next couple of years. Some projects will need multi-week stays in Europe, Latin America, or Asia.
Specific system knowledge isn't as important as PM skills. Familiarity with AS/400, web technology and/or SAP wouldn't hurt though. Bilingual Spanish is a huge plus. Other languages are also helpful.
Please PM me if you think you may be interested. Got a friend who's a fit? PM me.
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