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Well, I haven't been around much (work)... But it looks like I'll be getting the T2 outta mothballs (been a year) and getting new tires and checking everything over so I can start playing again... This darn economy looks like it'll be forcing me to retire (Oh DARN) to avoid losing money......

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Well, I haven't been around much (work)... But it looks like I'll be getting the T2 outta mothballs (been a year) and getting new tires and checking everything over so I can start playing again... This darn economy looks like it'll be forcing me to retire (Oh DARN) to avoid losing money......

Welcome back..

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Thanks for the welcome.... I did miss seeing the modifications you all do to these buggies (or is it truggies since it has a bed ???).... I also learn alittle more about the capabilities of the T2 by following you guys on the trails......

Hope I can make it in June also....

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