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    ganginwood
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    backcountry shuttle

    i'm assuming that any warranty thule offers regarding accountability is null and void?
    my wife liked not having to climb the 1200 verticle (in under a mile) from our house. i gotta admit, it was a nice change.
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    Nice!!

    where theres a will.....theres a way

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    Brilliant!

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    LOL you know you're a redneck if you got a bike rack on your quad.
    Seriously though that definitely beats pedaling uphill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob-Bob
    LOL you know you're a redneck if you got a bike rack on your quad.
    Seriously though that definitely beats pedaling uphill.
    LOL

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    someone's been watching too many freeride videos.

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    Yes>>>>>>>>

    Nice rig......now i know how you been getting so much trail maintenance done too...good way to get the tools to where they are needed!
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Git-R-Done...................

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    Where's the wife??

    Is she running behind the Quad?

    Oh, right, she took the picture. Never mind.....

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    Growing up in PA this doesn't surprise me. Heck I bet quads out number people in rural pa.

    With a 24lb tank of a bike (carbon Rush) I don't blame you for avoiding any climbs.

    How did you get the quad back down?

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    O.K but how do you get the quad down the trail.

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    "With a 24lb tank of a bike (carbon Rush) I don't blame you for avoiding any climbs"

    you got it. with that heavy beast and my terrible climbing skills i choose to take the chair lift.

    out of curriosity, what should a light full squish weigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aizu1
    Is she running behind the Quad?

    Oh, right, she took the picture. Never mind.....

    your too funny doug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanner44
    Git-R-Done...................
    Now THAT is classic PA right tharrrrrr, I don't care who you arrrrrrrrrrre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ganginwood
    "With a 24lb tank of a bike (carbon Rush) I don't blame you for avoiding any climbs"

    you got it. with that heavy beast and my terrible climbing skills i choose to take the chair lift.

    out of curriosity, what should a light full squish weigh?
    I was being sarcastic. That thing is crazy light.

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