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4x4x454. Congrats mate. I like the photo because it shows just how steep the Trooper can go while proving the camera hasn't exaggerating the angle by the background looking how it should. Howz the weather up your way now. I'm suffering big time with a low of 22 degree heat @ 100% humidity. We call that a sheet shredder over here. 22 degrees Celsius = 72 degrees Fahrenheit & 100% humidity means the air can't handle any more moisture & that makes the air feel like about 40 degrees (104 degree Fahrenheit). It's fair to say "I'm not sleeping at all & I'm grumpy as hell".

Send me some snow, Cheers Mike. :huh:<_<:angry:

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