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I had just joined Quadcrazy when I saw a post on there talking about this site & thought I'd give it a go. I haven't looked around yet but with UTV people talking UTV issues, I know I'll like it here. I've copped a fear bit of flack on one or two other sites with my choice of UTVs, a Joyner Trooper. The Trooper seems to be in the category of loving it or hating it with no inbetween. What ever you think of them, I look forward to getting to no you all.

Cheers Mike.


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