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Jazz

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About Jazz

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  • Birthday 12/24/1970

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    New River
  • Interests
    Family, hunting and America. God bless her.

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  1. Jazz

    MULEPACKHUNTER's Bday 2

    Yeah Happy Bday MPH!
  2. Jazz

    Major winter storm to hit high country

    Getting bad.. Winter weather, crashes, disabled vehicles close highways in northern Arizona PHOENIX – Both directions of Interstate 40 and southbound US 93 are closed in Kingman because of snow, ice and multiple disabled vehicles, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. The I-40 closure is at Stockton Hill Road, near milepost 51. The US 93 closure is at Coyote Pass, milepost 69, which is about 2 miles northwest of I-40. I-40 eastbound is also closed at SR 95. All traffic must head south on SR 95. SR 87 is closed from Payson to Winslow because of snow and ice. This is from mileposts 254-337. State Route 87 southbound just south of Payson at milepost 250 because of multiple crashes. SR 260 in both directions between Star Valley and Heber. SR 260 eastbound is closed at mp 228, east of I-17. Drivers should consider delaying travel across northern Arizona during the current winter storm because heavy snow or crashes could make roads impassable. Real-time highway conditions are available on ADOT’s Arizona Traveler Information site at az511.gov, by calling 511 and through ADOT’s Twitter feed, @ArizonaDOT. When a freeway closure or other major traffic event occurs, our free app available at ADOTAlerts.com will send critical information directly to app users in affected areas – where possible, in advance of alternate routes.
  3. Jazz

    Crawfish Advice

    I use Trapper Arne traps. They usually get me great results- old Swedish guy in Payson sells them online.
  4. Jazz

    Brake controller install

    Thanks guys!
  5. Jazz

    Brake controller install

    Hey all, Im trying to install a Reese Towpower brake controller. It's a 4 pin connector. I'm trying to install it in a 2004 F250 6.0 - and I think I found the brake controller connector but I'm not sure. (See pics). What kind of adapter do I need to get?
  6. Jazz

    Any upcoming lab puppies

    Ditto. Especially white labs.
  7. Jazz

    Cooper At/3

    Ok guys, about to toss them. Free to a good home. Let me know.
  8. Jazz

    CWT sweatshirt

    I got the full length long sleeve. They look sweet!
  9. Jazz

    How come this stuff never makes news in AZ???

    Totally excessive.
  10. Jazz

    Changing a main breaker

    I got the original Milbank 200 amp. Was hard to find. I haven't had a chance to call APS yet. But if I can get away with not having to get a permit, total bonus.
  11. Jazz

    PSE Spyder youth bow

    Yours. Give me a few hours to figure out when I can get away for a meet.
  12. Jazz

    PSE Spyder youth bow

    Saturday bump: The price has changed- free to a good home. Hopefully to a kid that really wants to get into hunting! The only thing is the string has a bit of wear, check it before use.
  13. Jazz

    Changing a main breaker

    I know I need a permit before APS comes out.. There might be a follow up from the County. More than likely, there is, and that's even more money. I just paid 220 bucks for a fence permit.. that I had already built.
  14. Jazz

    Changing a main breaker

    First, I get it. Death. Dismembermant, etc.. As I understand it, I get a permit from Maricopa County, call APS, they come out to the house and kill the power. So I won't die. Bonus. Every video I find I can't seem to see exactly what is needed to replace a 200 Amp Main Breaker. I'm assuming it's two or 3 wires, a few screws and snaps into place. I called an electrician. They wanted 800 bucks. That seemed like highway robbery, especially since I already bought the breaker. I figured 10 mins and I'm good. Has anyone changed a 200 amp main breaker? I figure as long as the main power is out, I'll do ok.
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