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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2002, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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CA SMOG RULES & REGULATIONS

Here's an attacment pf the CA smog rules and regs...

Hope you catch this thread rich_d!!

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BB,you scared me man,I thought you might being going out west to do some cooking.We know when you cook there is smoke and such,RR
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All I can say is "geez, I'm glad I don't live in Kalifornika" - almost NOTHING is legal there!
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I love my state...We all breath so much better out here compared to the rest of the nation, heathens! Arizona shore looks nicer and nicer...
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I'm still voting for a well-placed Nuke in the San Andreas Fault , and let the whole mess go into the ocean...
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Yeah, we are hated out here by everyone else. We live in old worn out dilapidated $500,000 houses, pay $45 for a cheap steak dinner, and only make slightly over poverty wages of $150,000 a year average. It's tough.

It's so bad, that almost everyone here is from someplace else, they must have come here to laugh at us, but stayed for some reason.

Don't forget the taxes either, we pay more taxes than most states would sell for.

And - all those shameless, tanned, G-string clad ladies at the beach are snobs.
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Shoot...I might have to stay, to protect the virtue of the ladies in G-Strings of course! [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

Actually, I was born here so I guess I am one of those that people come from all around to laugh at. Of course, there are some drawbacks to the way this place is run up in Sacremento, SoCal just thinks different I guess.
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northen cali is one of the most beutiful places i have ever been ,(lake tahoe area )if i could afford to live there and could talk my lovly lady into it ,i would be there.
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Hey ! We all can't move to AZ!! LOL! I'm from SoCal, but love Arizona. There are so many people from Cal here now they are trying to adopt the Cal smog rules.. :-(
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Yes, I got your email, I just need some time to go through all those papers...
those rules are not that strict, all they are saying is that if you decide to put another engine in your rig,
it cannot be an Industrial/off-road use only engine and when you do put an engine in from another rig into yours, the whole emissions stuff has to stay with the engine, which is what you will be doing.

I will get with you when I have had time to go through all the info you sent me.
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