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Hi Guys I'm really excited about this new forum. Thank you for letting me know about it.

Cinda :)

G'day Cinda, new site, new people and an environment were we can discuss our UTVs normally. Lets hope we can raise the popularity of this new Forum and grow with them.

Cheers Mike.

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WELCOME WELCOME & YOUR WELCOME.

Went riding yesterday, Burrr, but the fall colors were out there and found new roads in old area that I thought I knew south of strawberry reservoir.

JEFF

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Welcome Cinda... you are from riding az too...right? How is the trooper? :) Great I assume... I just got a a 4 seat trooper (red) in and it was BEAUTIFUL... but already gone of course... I cant keep em in stock. Which is not a surprise considering the great price, awesome set up...and a machine that can handle any kind of terrain you hand it. :) Where about do you live?

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I do work for a Joyner dealer:) It's pretty awesome to be surrounded by the vehicles you love and ride yourself. They got them in here and called me pretty much and was like we have the perfect job for you... I was thinking what do they want me to clean or something... and then I seen what they were wanting me to do... so now I have the dream job any rider would love!!!

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Welcome Cinda... you are from riding az too...right? How is the trooper? :) Great I assume... I just got a a 4 seat trooper (red) in and it was BEAUTIFUL... but already gone of course... I cant keep em in stock. Which is not a surprise considering the great price, awesome set up...and a machine that can handle any kind of terrain you hand it. :) Where about do you live?

We love our T4,it is an awesome machine. This summer we took it on a black trail in Utah that we had ridden previously on our Sportsmans. On the quads we were all very tired and in the T4 we were looking for more trails to go on. There is nothing out there that can beat a Trooper (IMO). We always have people stop us and want information, George and Lance have even taken people out on the trail to show them what it can do. Its so funny we met a couple that George took out for a ride and they were renting a SxS (trying to figure out what to buy), they took that one out brought it back traded it in on a different brand, took that one out and returned it. The husband later spoke to my husband and let him know that he was going home and buying a T4. I think the fact that Trooper owners are willing to talk to people about the quality and fun aspects of the T2/T4 is the key to us be accepted over the so called name brands.

We're located in Henderson, Nevada just outside Las Vegas. Right now we don't have a dealer here but I know one is suppose to be coming, I can't wait. By the way you're so lucky to be able to work with something you love!

By the way did I read that you're expecting? Congratulations!

Cinda

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WELCOME WELCOME & YOUR WELCOME.

Went riding yesterday, Burrr, but the fall colors were out there and found new roads in old area that I thought I knew south of strawberry reservoir.

JEFF

They had snow last week-end at the top of the Joe Lott Trail on the Paiute. I'm glad we already brought the motorhome home, I just can't do the cold like I use to (LOL) last year I was bundled up so much I couldn't turn my head side to side. I'm hopefuly going to find someplace a little warmer to ride for the winter.

The weather here today is chilly and windy, we're suppose to be in the 60's by the week-end. Did you get the enclosure for your T2?

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We love our T4,it is an awesome machine. This summer we took it on a black trail in Utah that we had ridden previously on our Sportsmans. On the quads we were all very tired and in the T4 we were looking for more trails to go on. There is nothing out there that can beat a Trooper (IMO). We always have people stop us and want information, George and Lance have even taken people out on the trail to show them what it can do. Its so funny we met a couple that George took out for a ride and they were renting a SxS (trying to figure out what to buy), they took that one out brought it back traded it in on a different brand, took that one out and returned it. The husband later spoke to my husband and let him know that he was going home and buying a T4. I think the fact that Trooper owners are willing to talk to people about the quality and fun aspects of the T2/T4 is the key to us be accepted over the so called name brands.

We're located in Henderson, Nevada just outside Las Vegas. Right now we don't have a dealer here but I know one is suppose to be coming, I can't wait. By the way you're so lucky to be able to work with something you love!

By the way did I read that you're expecting? Congratulations!

Cinda

Oh why thank you! I can't wait until she gets here! We get stopped so much over here it is crazy! Everyone is like what is that..where did it come from...how much does it cost! lol I love the way they ride...So comfy and can climb any rock in its way! Don't worry though Joyners will be just as known as the competetors here soon! :) once people find out how great they are and how impressive the pricing is... you really cant beat it... like you said thats my own opinion... I have rode them all and these are what I love:) I attached a lil preg. pic lol have a good one!!!

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Hello all glad to find a new place to discus the Trooper with out all the garbage. I agree it is a kick a$$ toy I just love the ride. I don't have any trails up here so I run gravel roads but I love to run the ditches umping the approaches this thing is AWESOME.

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I do work for a Joyner dealer:) It's pretty awesome to be surrounded by the vehicles you love and ride yourself. They got them in here and called me pretty much and was like we have the perfect job for you... I was thinking what do they want me to clean or something... and then I seen what they were wanting me to do... so now I have the dream job any rider would love!!!

Cool, are the looking for any more help? :D

Maybe you can give us some heads up on known problems and fixes. If it won't cause you problems.

Jeff

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Cool, are the looking for any more help? :D

Maybe you can give us some heads up on known problems and fixes. If it won't cause you problems.

Jeff

I will def. let you guys know of anything.. but Joyner has done a lot last year improving the vehicles so we shouldnt see any problems :) If a spot comes open for Joyners here I will def. let you know:)

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Been to Kentucky once when I went looking for airplanes, went and looked at the Kolb in London, Kentucky. What a green state, I'm use to Utah where we have our fair share of desert, but we have our MOUNTAINS, & I love em.

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I will def. let you guys know of anything.. but Joyner has done a lot last year improving the vehicles so we shouldnt see any problems :) If a spot comes open for Joyners here I will def. let you know:)

Joyner shows on the website that there is suppose to be a dealer in Las Vegas, we have driven by several times in the last few months and saw very little being done to the building. I tried calling the number listed and it went straight to voice mail so I gave up and called Joyner and found out its a commercial store not a dealership. We have to drive to Bull Head City, AZ or to Mesquite, NV if we need service. OK I'm bummed out officially.........

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I will def. let you guys know of anything.. but Joyner has done a lot last year improving the vehicles so we shouldnt see any problems :) If a spot comes open for Joyners here I will def. let you know:)

I bought two of my horses in Kentucky and had them shipped out. It would have been cheaper to have a T2 shipped out! :P

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