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I was hoping to see some of you Trooper folks.

Besides myself there were three other Joyners, a T2, a T4 and a Commander. I didn't see much of the other T2 as I was busy organizing the Saturday field event. The T4 did try the mud bog but needless to say the long wheel base caused him a problem.

The trail rides were a real eye opener for those that had never seen a T2. The only problem I had was on some of the water bars. The idiot that cut them made some of them 3 and 4 feet high. Even the RZRs were high centering. I managed to bust holes in the lower panels on both sides. I'm hoping I can get a couple from the Joyner bone yard.

The sponsors made the trip worthwhile, even if you didn't ride. They came up with about $35,000 in door prizes and other goodies.

Hope some of you can make the Jamboree next year.

Gumball

Day 1 -

http://picasaweb.google.com/emehiser/Wed99...LGVvLKDoZSKvQE#

Day 2 -

http://picasaweb.google.com/emehiser/Thurs...OjWzc7g35DB2wE#

Day 3 -

http://picasaweb.google.com/emehiser/Frida...JXrpb3FoofctQE#

Day 4 -

http://picasaweb.google.com/emehiser/Satur...KCbhbK926jIiwE#

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Gumball, I enjoyed the photos. Looks like you had a good time. Not many pics of your Trooper there, but if your like me, always filming or taking photos from my Trooper of where I'm going, or of other people. That mud looked familiar. Have you got a canvas enclosure? I find them great in the mud & rain. Anyone with a stock canvas enclosure should install a zip for the front screen.

Cheers Mike.

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