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DarkHorse

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While we are all waiting for the snow to fly, what are we doing this time of the year when we are not working/parenting/volunteering for fun?  
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Right now I'm in winter prep mode.  Truck needs new tires/brakes, and I'm installing a clamshell on my Triton trailer.  No more salt on my sleds! 

Otherwise I'm doing a lot of hiking with the dog, fishing, work and gym.
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What’s the clammshell option going to run you for cost
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An arm, leg, and my first born son, essentially.
Hah, the things about $2100. But it's either that or I let two sleds rust, so I'm getting the thing. I have the triton flat bed already but there's really no way to avoid the salt without an enclosure
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We just completed the gras drag season so now looking towards winter.....

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I spent all day at Lebanon Valley... letting the Hellcat Roar! [biggrin] 60 sumptin degrees in October! jezzzz!

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