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Has anyone been to the Killpecker sand dunes lately, 41°57'39.69"N 109° 4'57.69"W, I'm planning a trip there next week, I haven't been there for about 20 years, and that was on motor cycle, so i bet things have changed, probably more rules from the forest service and blm

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Hi Michael, did you see I got a new Trooper, 2015 take a look at my avatar

Jeff

Nah, I tried to change the avatar but it would not update. Got an Arctic Cat Wildcat X 1000 Limited Special Edition. Still learning what the machine can do. PM you my email.

rocmoc n AZ/Fld/Baja

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