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Proud new owner of a 2008 T2


Jason

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took my t2 for a drive today and let me tell you i sure am glad i went with a joyner, it is big and heavy but thats okay couldnt get it stuck in any amounts of snow i went through. cant wait for it to melt so i can see what it can do on hills and in some mud. i love the 5 speed manual sure is nice to acualy drive a utv and be in control of it. first mod im going to do to mine is buy a couple pellican cases and mount my fuse boxes inside them to make them water proof so i will never have a shorting issue with water since there is always alot of water and river/creek crossings on our trails up here.

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