Icon airmada rubatone helmet (Fresno) $80

QR Code Link to This Post Airmada black resin helmet Medium. Never ridden with. It's just sitting in the box in my closet. If you're looking to buy a good helmet for cheap and look nice, this is it. Its 190 on the market, selling it for this price because it's in really good condition. Message me if you're interested or have any further questions. OBO, reasonable. I only give google pictures because I dont want to take it out of the box but if you're sceptical then lmk and I'll get a photo for you. BTW you're welcome to try it on, it sucks taking it off because the cheek pads are super tight. It's a size med. Let's block ads! (Why?)

2019 Dump Bed Trailer – 5x10x4' tall – 10k gvwr – ThompsonTrailers.com (Fresno – Belmont / Maple) $5799

QR Code Link to This Post Thanks for looking at our Dump Bed Trailers. We have over 80 Trailers in Stock in central Fresno. See all our models and prices on our website.Standard Features Included (at base price of $5199 w/2'tall sidewalls) Tandem Dexter 5200 lb. axles w/ EZ Lube Hubs 4 Wheel Brakes Rolling Tarp Bracket (Tarp sold seperate.) Locking Battery /Pump Box 12v Deep Cycle Battery w/ Integrated Charger Radial Tires on 6 Lug Rims (w/ Tire Warranty) 7k Drop Leg Jack LED Sealed Beam Lighting (wiring in conduit) Stake Pockets / Spare Tire Mount (spare sold seperate)Upgrades at $5799 are.... 4' Tall SidesThompsonTrailers. Family Owned and Operated Since 1964. Please call Rick or Kevin Thompson at (559)456-0228 or stop by and see us at 4581 E. Belmont (at Maple), Fresno. ID #TR2133, Prices Vary, plus fees. Subject to prior sale but can order in many sizes usually 1-2 weeks.We Stock NEW, Heavy Duty, Flatbed, Tiltbed, Deckover, Enclosed, box, dump, farm, landscaper, utility, car, motorcycle, rhino, golf cart, atv, sand rail, race car, gooseneck, 5th wheel, quad, construction, roofing, equipment, racecar, tractor, toy hauler, cargo, flat bed, gardener, bumper pull, tag Trailers from Look, Cargo Mate, Forest River, Iron Panther, Five Star, H&H .... AND Used pace, wells cargo, haulmark, interstate, pj, diamond c, 5 Star, big tex, Cargomate, Dump Trailer, Utility Trailer, Farm & Garden, Cargo Trailer, Tilt Trailer, Roofing Trailer, Texas Pride, Sales, Trailer Sales, Uhaul, Trailer Specialist, Landscape Trailer, Trade, Hay Hauling, Tractors, Car trailer, trailer, dump_ trailers for sale, enclosed cargo trailer, used trailer, Big Tex, flatbed trailers, utility trailers, atv trailers, equipment trailers, tandem axle, wells cargo, cargomate, continental cargo, Dump_ Trailer, motorcycle, car hauler, Steel Trailer, Tilt Trailer, Torsion Axles, Spring Axle, Covered Trailer, Interstate Trailer, Carry On Trailer, Pace American, Utility_ Trailer_, Car Hauler, Cargo, Equipment Trailer, Big_ Tex_, ATV, Car_ Hauler_ Trailer_ Carrier, enclosed_ trailer_ Diamond C, PJ Trailer, heavy and light equipment_ trailer_, trash, flatbed utility, lowboy, haz-mat, pre-owned trailers, used trailers, big tex gooseneck trailer, single_ axle_ trailer_, gooseneck trailer, flatbed trailer, gooseneck trailer, bumper_ pull_ trailer, tandem dual trailer and more... Let's block ads! (Why?)

2018 Aluminum Flatbed 18 ft Car Trailer – ThompsonTrailers.com (Fresno – Belmont / Maple) $5399

QR Code Link to This Post Thanks for looking at our 7x18 Car / Tractor Trailer. We have over 100 Trailers in stock on Belmont in Fresno. See all our models and prices on our website.Standard Features Included Aluminum Frame Aluminum Ramps with Carrier Aluminum Rims with 15" Radial Tires 4 Wheel Electric Brakes w/ Emergency Breakaway Kit Tandem Axles (7000 lb gvwr) LED Lights / wiring enclosed in conduit Tongue Jack with a Sand Pad Stake Pocket Tie Down Points and a Front Bump Bar Removable FendersUpgrades on this one are... DoveTail and (4) 6k Recessed D-RingsThompsonTrailers... , Family Operated in Fresno Since 1964. Please call Rick or Kevin Thompson at (559)456-0228 or come by and see us at 4581 E. Belmont (at Maple) in Fresno. ID #TR2081 Prices plus fees. Subject to prior sale but we can order in many sizes, usually in 1-2 weeks.We Stock New, Heavy Duty, Flatbed, Tiltbed, Deckover, Enclosed, box, dump, farm, landscaper, utility, car, motorcycle, rhino, golf cart, atv, sand rail, race car, gooseneck, 5th wheel, quad, construction, roofing, equipment, racecar, tractor, toy hauler, cargo, flat bed, gardener, bumper pull, tag, Trailers and used pace, wells cargo, haulmark, interstate, pj, H&H, Look, Iron Panther, diamond c, Five Star, big tex, 5 Star, Cargo Mate, Cargomate and Forest River trailers, Dump Trailer, Utility Trailer, Farm & Garden, Horse Trailer, Max, Cargo Trailer, Lamar, Diamond C, North Texas, Tilt Trailer, Oklahoma Trailer, Load Trailer, Roofing Trailer, Texas Pride, Sales, C&M, Cody Trailers, Trailer Sales, Uhaul, I-35, Texas Steel, Maxey, Trailer Specialist, Landscape Trailer, Hot Shot, Livestock, Trade, 380 Trailer, Hay Hauling, Texas, Trailer World, TNT, WW, Construction Load, Texas Bragg, LSC, Aubrey Trailer, Tractors, Sparks, Texoma, Trailers, TTR, Prime, Wyatt, Tiger, Trailer Guy's, Red River,Car trailer, trailer, dump_ trailers for sale, utility trailer, enclosed cargo trailer, top hat, landscape trailer, used trailer, Big Tex, north Texas trailers, I35 trailers, Texas pride,Waco, flatbed trailers, utility trailers, atv trailers, equipment trailers, diamond c, parts, gooseneck, tandem axle, enclosed, wells cargo, lark, haulmark, cargomate, continental cargo, Dump_ Trailer_ cargo, enclosed, utility, motorcycle, car hauler, C & S, Texas, Trailernut, Steel Trailer, Dump Trailer, Landscape Trailer, Tilt_, Tilt Trailer, Torsion Axles, Spring Axle, Covered Trailer, Interstate Trailer Carry On Trailer, Side load, Trailers, H&H, Arizona Trailers_, Pace American, Utility_ Trailer_, Car Hauler, Enclosed, Cargo, Equipment Trailer, Big_ Tex_, ATV, Car Tote,LSC, Car_ Hauler_ Trailer_ Carrier, enclosed_ trailer_ Diamond C, Parker Performance, Load Trail, PJ Trailer, Gooseneck_ Trailer_, heavy and light equipment_ trailer_, trash, flatbed utility, cargo, construction, lowboy, landscape, bumper pull, enclosed, haz-mat, hurricane cleanup, dump, pre-owned trailers, used trailers, big tex gooseneck trailer single_ axle_ trailer_ gooseneck trailer flatbed trailer , hefty trailers maxey gooseneck trailers texas bragg texas pride performance gooseneck trailer legend trailers remolque de ganso low trail trailer trailers; dump trailers a; bumper_ pull_ trailer_ deckover tandem dual, Fresno, Madera, Merced, Turlock, Modesto, Stockton, Sacramento, Los Banos, Kerman, Selma, Reedley, Sanger, Visalia, Tulare, Corcoran, Coalinga, Bakersfield Let's block ads! (Why?)

Waterproof Gloves (Manteca) $30

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95k miles** 03 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 5.4L (Huntington Beach) $4999

QR Code Link to This Post 2003 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer condition: good  cylinders: 8 cylinders  fuel: gas  odometer: 95000  paint color: red  size: full-size  title status: clean  transmission: automatic  type: SUV My Grandpa gave me my Grandmas Expedition a few months ago. My Grandpa was the first owner and he drove it off the lot brand new back in 2003. It was a gift for my Grandma who drove it to work at the veterans hospital in Long Beach from their house in Lakewood which is a very short drive. My Grandma put about 70k miles on it commuting to work and then she retired in 2011. Since then my Grandparents would use it occasionally (they had two other cars to drive.) Then last year my Grandma lost her licence and is not allowed to drive anymore. My Grandpa gave it to me a few months ago but I would like to sell it and get a motorcycle now. My Grandpa kept the truck in great shape. He always took it in for scheduled maintenance and never put cheap products in it. The exterior has a few dings but nothing major. Before my Grandma lost her licence, she was backing into their garage and slowly backed into a low counter they had and dinged the side trim along the rear bumper(see picture). Also, one time my Grandpa was helping us move when he had the lift gate open and backed into a pole, and bent the corner of the lift gate(see pictures). It still functions and still has a water proof seal when closed but there is a noticeable bend on the corner when it is open. The indicator tab on Brakes is starting to squeek and will need to be replaced soon. This is fully loaded, moon roof, premium sound system, leather seats, foldable 2nd and 3rd row seats, clean tint, DVD/t.v., reverse assistance, traction control, ABS. Everything. Asking $5000 obo!! In perfect condition this car goes for $7,500++. Only 95k miles on it. If the ad is up it is still available. Text or call me with your reasonable offer. 6o26o19582 Let's block ads! (Why?)

95k miles** 03 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 5.4L (Huntington Beach) $5000

QR Code Link to This Post 2003 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer fully equipped. condition: good  cylinders: 8 cylinders  fuel: gas  odometer: 95,000 paint color: red  size: full-size  title status: clean  transmission: automatic  type: SUV My Grandpa gave me my Grandmas Expedition a few months ago. My Grandpa was the first owner and he drove it off the lot brand new back in 2003. It was a gift for my Grandma who drove it to work at the veterans hospital in Long Beach from their house in Lakewood which is a very short drive. My Grandma put about 70k miles on it commuting to work and then she retired in 2011. Since then my Grandparents would use it occasionally (they had two other cars to drive.) Then last year my Grandma lost her licence and is not allowed to drive anymore. My Grandpa gave it to me a few months ago but I would like to sell it and get a motorcycle now. My Grandpa kept the truck in great shape. He always took it in for scheduled maintenance and never put cheap products in it. The exterior has a few dings but nothing major. Before my Grandma lost her licence, she was backing into their garage and slowly backed into a low counter they had and dinged the side trim along the rear bumper(see picture). Also, one time my Grandpa was helping us move when he had the lift gate open and backed into a pole, and bent the corner of the lift gate(see pictures). It still functions and still has a water proof seal when closed but there is a noticeable bend on the corner when it is open. The indicator tab on Brakes is starting to squeek and will need to be replaced soon. This is fully loaded, moon roof, premium sound system, leather seats, foldable 2nd and 3rd row seats, clean tint, DVD/t.v., reverse assistance, traction control, ABS. Everything. Asking $5000 obo!! In perfect condition this car goes for $7,500++. Only 95k miles on it. If the ad is up it is still available. Text or call me with your reasonable offer. 6o26o19582 Let's block ads! (Why?)

95k miles** 03 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 5.4L (Huntington Beach) $5000

QR Code Link to This Post 2003 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer fully equipped. condition: good  cylinders: 8 cylinders  fuel: gas  odometer: 95,000 paint color: red  size: full-size  title status: clean  transmission: automatic  type: SUV My Grandpa gave me my Grandmas Expedition a few months ago. My Grandpa was the first owner and he drove it off the lot brand new back in 2003. It was a gift for my Grandma who drove it to work at the veterans hospital in Long Beach from their house in Lakewood which is a very short drive. My Grandma put about 70k miles on it commuting to work and then she retired in 2011. Since then my Grandparents would use it occasionally (they had two other cars to drive.) Then last year my Grandma lost her licence and is not allowed to drive anymore. My Grandpa gave it to me a few months ago but I would like to sell it and get a motorcycle now. My Grandpa kept the truck in great shape. He always took it in for scheduled maintenance and never put cheap products in it. The exterior has a few dings but nothing major. Before my Grandma lost her licence, she was backing into their garage and slowly backed into a low counter they had and dinged the side trim along the rear bumper(see picture). Also, one time my Grandpa was helping us move when he had the lift gate open and backed into a pole, and bent the corner of the lift gate(see pictures). It still functions and still has a water proof seal when closed but there is a noticeable bend on the corner when it is open. The indicator tab on Brakes is starting to squeek and will need to be replaced soon. This is fully loaded, moon roof, premium sound system, leather seats, foldable 2nd and 3rd row seats, clean tint, DVD/t.v., reverse assistance, traction control, ABS. Everything. Asking $5000 obo!! In perfect condition this car goes for $7,500++. Only 95k miles on it. If the ad is up it is still available. Text or call me with your reasonable offer. 6o26o19582 Let's block ads! (Why?)

Anderson motorcycle trailer (Port saint lucie) $3200

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Why Prizes Won’t Motivate Employees (and What to Do About It)

A few years ago, I was helping a client implement lean methods and concepts.  We started the initiative with workplace organization. Progress was good, and the client was interested in ideas that would help sustain the effort.  Company leaders came up with the idea of giving a “Golden Broom Award” to the department that kept its area best organized and cleanest during the month.  They asked what I thought about the idea. Lots of organizations have the idea that giving prizes and awards somehow motivates employees. I’m not opposed to handing out prizes, but I don’t think they actually do much to motivate higher performance across the workforce—and, in fact, can backfire badly.  The idea behind awards is that employees should be recognized in some way for exemplary performance.  Certainly, one can’t argue with that. But why recognize just one employee or one department each month for good performance?  Doesn’t the organization, when it gives prizes to just a few, then do a disservice to all the employees who worked well and did what was asked (and often more) to pursue the organization’s goals?  The “prizes and awards” approach to motivation has several serious flaws.  First, they are difficult to design and administer.  At my first job at a coal company in eastern Kentucky, managers decided to give a company jacket to any miner who had perfect work attendance during the year. The “company jacket for perfect attendance” program fell apart when a miner at one of the company’s operations didn’t get a jacket, even though the only days he missed all year were bereavement days for a close family member.  When he didn’t receive a jacket, all the miners who did laid their awards at the doorway of the superintendent; most had notes attached with graphic suggestions as to what he could do with the jackets. A program that was intended to recognize performance and improve morale had exactly the opposite impact.  Second, too often they become “check the box” chores for management rather than real efforts to recognize good performance.  Back when I worked for a national hotel firm, the property in Cleveland gave an “Employee of the Month” award. The hotel managers groaned each month when the need arose to choose another “Employee of the Month.”  Generally, the award went to an employee who hadn’t previously received it.  Employees learned that they weren’t actually being recognized for exemplary performance; rather, that it was simply “their turn to get it”.  Third, and perhaps most important, there’s little evidence that such awards actually motivate employees to improve their performance.  So, what does work to motivate employees?  Several years after the “perfect attendance jacket” fiasco, the same mine shut down for a few months.  Just prior to “start-up”, the mine’s superintendent was persuaded to communicate his plans for re-opening the mine and to get input from the miners.  The sessions generated a number of suggestions from the workers as to how the mine could be reactivated quickly and safely.  Several months later, production data showed that the mine had the quickest return to pre-shutdown production levels in the company’s history.  In spite of the “Employee of the Month” program, the hotel had chronic issues with service to guests and customers.  In fact, guest satisfaction ranked near the bottom of all the company’s properties.  In their quest to improve, the company started a total quality management initiative that utilized employee teams to identify and resolve customer service problems.  As part of that initiative, guest services departments receive unfiltered guest satisfaction data that, previously, had been only for managers to lay eyes on. Two years later, the hotel had moved from 40th to 25th overall in the company with respect to guest satisfaction.  It had moved to the top of the “Downtown Business Hotels” category.  What did these initiatives have in common?  First and foremost, the organizations got employees directly involved in improvement discussions.  Second, they provided employees the opportunity to put their improvement ideas into action. Third, they measured results and provided that data to employees.  The lesson is that, while external motivators (e.g., awards and prizes) can sometimes lead to increased employee satisfaction (but only sometimes), internal motivators are more likely to drive real improvements in performance.  Such internal motivators include the opportunity to solve problems and provide improvement ideas, then to participate in the implementation of the solutions and improvements.  They also include the ability to make decisions and plans in response to performance data.  Finally, they include giving responsibility for the effectiveness of ideas and solutions to those who developed them. Does this mean that companies should get rid of Employee of the Month awards and to refrain from implementing Golden Broom awards?  Of course not.  As mentioned earlier, administered correctly, such awards can be associated with good morale (at least on the part of those employees who actually receive the prizes).  But don’t, for a moment, believe that they’ll drive real performance improvements.  That will come when you truly engage employees in creating success for the enterprise. Let's block ads! (Why?)

Metal fab custom or restoration (Middleboro) $1

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