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JLW

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    Tempe
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    bow hunting, calling coyotes/predators
    fishing,camping and the Great Outdoors
  1. JLW

    Trailer title - home built?

    Level 1 Inspections for Homemade Trailers Ayala Motor Vehicle Services is authorized to provide Level I inspection services at our Tempe, Arizona office location, or by appointment on-site at your location. If you need us to come to your location for an inspection on your homemade trailer, Contact us to schedule your appointment. A level I inspection is required when titling and/or registering a homemade trailer for the first time. A homemade trailer requires an Arizona Serial Number, which is an identification number issued by the state of Arizona, and becomes the VIN for that vehicle. The serial number can be obtained from any MVD office or an Authorized Third Party provider, like Ayala Motor Vehicle Services. Arizona defines a homemade trailer as not shop made or mass produced by a manufacturer, but constructed by an individual from various materials, for example: • Scrap iron or tubing • Scrap wood (for floor or siding) • Used axle or homemade axle All components used to construct the trailer must be listed on the AZ Special Serial Number Application. The total value of the trailer, and the weight (plus it's load) of the trailer must be provided by the customer. It is recommended to keep all receipts for materials used to construct the trailer, at least until the customer has titled and/or registered it. Homemade trailers with a value exceeding $1000.00 must provide receipts for the materials used to construct it. Required equipment for homemade trailers must be present on the trailer to pass inspection. The following items are considered required equipment: • Stop light (see ARS 28-927 for details) • Tail light (ARS 28-925) • The tail lights cannot be lower than 15 inches and cannot be higher than 60 inches from the ground. • Clearance lights or reflectors (ARS 28-926C & 28-928A) • Clearance lights or reflectors cannot be mounted higher than 60 inches and cannot be mounted lower than 20 inches from the ground. • The front reflectors must be amber or yellow and the rear reflectors must be red. Both areas are mounted on either side of the trailer. If the trailer is less than 24 inches, the reflectors will be mounted as high as that part of the permanent structure permits. *NOTE* Any time a measurement is required for head lights, tail lights or reflectors, always measure from the ground to the center of the light. • White license plate light (ARS 28-925C) • The whie license plate light must illuminate the license plate only. • Safety chain • Brakes, if over 3000 lbs. (ARS 28-952) • Trailers and semi-trailers less than 3,000 lbs do not require brakes to be installed. • Trailers and semi-trailers less than 6,000 lbs must have brakes on both wheels and one axle. • Trailer size: • Total outside width of a trailer cannot exceed 8 feet 6 inches (ARS 28-1093) • Maximum height of a trailer cannot exceed 13 feet 6 inches (ARS 28-1094) • Maximum length of a trailer cannot exceed 40 feet including front and rear bumpers (ARS 28-1095) • Mud flaps or splash guards (ARS 28-958.01) • The mud flaps or splash guards must extend to a length of not more than 8 inches from the ground. • They need to be wide enough to cover the full tread(s) of the tires being protected. • A single axle trailer with fenders wide enough to cover the full tread(s) of the tires being protected and that extend to a length of not more than 14 inches from the ground is exempt. • Bill of Sale & Dismantle Permit • Bill of Sale(s) for pipe, steel, wood, etc. or dismantling permits for the frame or other parts of a dismantled vehicle (such as a truck bed), axles, or other vehicle parts.
  2. JLW

    Guess the score

    this was funny
  3. JLW

    Guess the score

  4. JLW

    Kamala Harris making History!!!

    reparations
  5. JLW

    SOLD

    Pm sent
  6. JLW

    leupold VARI-X III 6.5-20X40MM

    Back open for takers
  7. JLW

    leupold VARI-X III 6.5-20X40MM

    Possibly sold Will know more tomorrow Jlw
  8. selling for a friend I have the scope, located near skyharbor airport (university &143) can meet near there monday - friday 9am - 4pm leupold vari-x iii 6.5-20x40mm efr target dot matte has a mark on the objective doesn't affect the view at all that I can see also shows wear on the tube scratch near end of tube and slight ring marks was sent in to leupold for repair in 2016 and only used on back up gun after fist "I'll take it" on post gets dibs $375 OBO jlw
  9. biodegradable clay pigeons are legal Only the following types of approved targets will be allowed during target shooting on the Tonto National Forest: Cardboard, and/or cardboard targets with reusable frames (excluding wooden pallets), which are removed from the site after shooting Paper and/or paper targets with reusable frames (excluding wooden pallets), which are removed from the site after shooting Reactive targets designed to move or bounce along the ground when hit, are made of non-metallic materials, and removed from the site after shooting Self-healing targets, which are removed from the site after shooting Metal targets specifically made for firearms. These targets are designed to swing, spin or knock down when struck and are removed from the site after shooting Biodegradable clay targets (clay pigeons) https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/tonto/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD564288 jw
  10. JLW

    6a

    Everyone wanting to go should all meet at Apache Maid don't forget all the BIG COUES deer in UNIT 23 with no snow you should be able to get any where you want to go. nobody wants carp anyhow Jw
  11. JLW

    6a

    I can read purdy good Just being a dikk 300 people that didn't know now know I know a few that don't check the regs. Jw
  12. JLW

    6a

    I hate the Internet sometimes a lot of times.... wonder how many that don't check the regs every year will hunt closed units Jw
  13. JLW

    ISO tripod and head

    best on a budget Ross Outdoors has em https://rossoutdoors.com/shop#!/Slik-Pro-330EZ-Tripod-with-2-Way-Pan-Head/p/94024891/category=6751173
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