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CNY Tim

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There is no doubt about it Timmy I have got WOOD thanks for putting them up for me.Its my first ever brand new vehical, 20yrs ago I would have been real excited now Its excited with just a payment I am looking foward to (Sat).She deffinatly has some NUT 300HP wink.

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Todd congratulations on your first new vehicle and good luck. Sweet looking ride. You should be ok just don't let Tim drive it if there are any snow banks around smirk.

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Lee absolutely! So far it's Frank, Tuzzy, Todd and I. I can smell the 2 cycle in the air. Rip em if you got em...

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Toddster I love your new ride, she looks SWEEEEEEEET. Sometimes it's worth having a payment. Also if you still have that item we talked about, I have the cash in hand.

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Todd, enjoy the new smell as long as you can . . .you know, that means keeping you know who out of it as long as possible . . .

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Went out and tested the 4 wheel drive and works good Its alot lighter than the old truck and the wheel base is shorter.I know one thing Its going to take a little while to get use to all the different things this truck has its alot different than the 2000 crazy.

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wait until you back the trailer with that short wheel base . . .it will seem like the trailer is in 4x4 . . .go slow.

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