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9630T

12-05-2012 07:47:28
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The best way we do it is have a reputable trucking firm in canada bring it across the people we have used lately do the paperwork for us as we have a good us broker everything is preapproved so when the truck shows up at border they are either waived accross or go in and show paperwork and roll on out sometimes the trucking company wants us to do the paperwork we do it all thru our broker on the computer,,we have had no trouble broker fees run about 150 a tractor but it does vary on tractor value, the tractor should be cleaned up and 9 times out of ten they will xray it if there is fluid in the tires you can almost bet they will check them and either get a face full of calcium if they are a rookie or make a mess on the truck usually the old valve cores keep leaking so we deal with that as soon as they get here. they can not get it thru their heads its calcium and not meth or cocaine ticks me off

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12-05-2012 09:18:24
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 Re: crossing canada border in reply to 9630T, 12-05-2012 07:47:28  
Sounds like an invitation to park the tractor with the valve stems at 6 o'clock and air the tire up to max rated pressure.



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