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    Thats a good looking trailer

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    Do you plan to sell one?
    Have owned A whole bunch of jeeps, trucks and armor. Still have a few.

    I love my carbon footprint and no I don't own a Toyota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SETOYOTA View Post
    Do you plan to sell one?
    Not at this time, my wife wants one, so I have sent off for the lowering links and smaller seat. Glad I got 2 as I no longer get to drive my M38A1 after she drove it and found it to be a "dude" magnet! That is also why I never told her the M818 power steering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbooth View Post
    Thats a good looking trailer
    It belongs to my buddy who is also on this site, uses it for golf carts and general hauling.
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    can't say that I blame you for keeping them.
    Have owned A whole bunch of jeeps, trucks and armor. Still have a few.

    I love my carbon footprint and no I don't own a Toyota.

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    Congrats on your new acquisition! I just put mine back together about a month ago. As for the question about top speed, I have a spec sheet from Hayes Diversified Technologies that lists the top speed as "in excess of 105 MPH". I've only had mine up to about 50, so I can't really say first hand...

    Here's a video from riding it on a fun road late last summer...

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    Finally got some time to rebuild one. I have been taking parts to work and using my luch break to rebuild, restore and paint. I used Krylon camo sand as it matched a NOS part I had completely. Still not done as I have to get a seat redone in desert, one on the bike now is off one of my USMC bikes.
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    Man that is cool as can be. Excellent purchase, I would love to have one of those for my DD and save on gas $$

    What year are they??
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    That one is a 2001
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    Nice motorcycles. I'm glad you made it to the gas station.
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