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Hey, new here. Looking to do some research before my next purchase. Trying to chose which foreman's right for the job.

I do as much wheeling as college, work, and a kid allow. I've got a few quads, a few Jeeps, and barely enough time to use em.

Anyone want to by a 98 Jeep Wrangler???

Mike[/code]
 

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Welcome AiRhed

Spent most of my life on the frozen tundra
 

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I'm a student at Mankato, I work in Minneapolis, and I live in St. Cloud on the weekends.

How bout You?

Thanks for the warm welcome. Anybody ever hit up Gilbert???

Mike
 

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I live in so.St.Paul but my wheeler is stored in milaca its is near st.cloud. if your in st.cloud with your wheeler and wana hit up red top trail pm me. I want to go to gilbert next spring i was looking at a topographical map and it seems like a hilly fun place to ride.
 

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Yep, its pretty awesome what they've done up there. I've got a place in Northern Itasca about an hour and a half from Gilbert where I keep my Quads. What's Red Top Trail like? I've never heard of it.

Mike
 
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