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We don't get very many rainy days in sunny SoCal, but when does rain we make sure we go play in the mud!

Here is a #throwback video of us putting our XP1000's to the test:

https://youtu.be/VFNbtnuzhsg

Share some pictures and videos of your toys getting muddy!

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Looks like you had fun!

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