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post #16 of 33 (permalink) Old 05-17-2017, 12:31 AM
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2 months ago my loving wife Diana looked at me one night and said,

Would you like to get a new sxs.....The last 6 weeks have been a dream come true as I bond as 1 with our new baby. And I still have our 07 Rhino, she is now for rock crawling in the Sierra's with my buddy Rat. Both are garaged and well pampered because I take care of our toys.

Now I wish I could drive the new Toy more.....Speed, handling and 16" of travel are addicting to say the least, it's amazing once you experience it. I love Boost!!!
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After my ordeal with the one i bought i doubt my wife would ever say anything like that to me


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2 months ago my loving wife Diana looked at me one night and said,

Would you like to get a new sxs.....The last 6 weeks have been a dream come true as I bond as 1 with our new baby. And I still have our 07 Rhino, she is now for rock crawling in the Sierra's with my buddy Rat. Both are garaged and well pampered because I take care of our toys.

Now I wish I could drive the new Toy more.....Speed, handling and 16" of travel are addicting to say the least, it's amazing once you experience it. I love Boost!!!
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2 months ago my loving wife Diana looked at me one night and said,



Would you like to get a new sxs.....The last 6 weeks have been a dream come true as I bond as 1 with our new baby. And I still have our 07 Rhino, she is now for rock crawling in the Sierra's with my buddy Rat. Both are garaged and well pampered because I take care of our toys.



Now I wish I could drive the new Toy more.....Speed, handling and 16" of travel are addicting to say the least, it's amazing once you experience it. I love Boost!!!


What new baby?


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Why the aversion toward Subaru? Isuzu Limited is a great company. In fact, they built the Chebby Duramax. And I've owned 3 Subies. We've had my wife's Outback for over 20 years. Everything still works.
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That is just wrong. I hope i dident mess up by posting that pic for Strabo. We had a text convo one night a while back and he sent me pics of that beast


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I have no aversion toward Subaru I'm not buying a Subaru I'm buying a Yamaha tex.
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I am sure it is lifted with gear portals and has some BKT 9.5 - 22 tires on it by now!
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Haha. I'm usually busy with the back-end of this website and making sure everything is running, so I tend to miss stuff going on. First I heard of Strappy getting a new ride.


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Thought he mentioned it a couple months ago in a post


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He did mention it one time.... I'm thinking it was a Dirt Specialties Maverick for some reason...
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Strabo Traitor.....You own a rzr too, remember? I thought you knew we picked up the Mav 6 weeks ago, I figured you were butt hurt cause you never texted me about it, so I left you alone and decided to pester the Old Man and send him tons of pics from my new Mods on the Maverick. At least he tells it straight forward and I love it...

I'd let you drive the Mav, with the grey baby sitter key cause your not ready for this level, yet.

Peace...😁😁😁
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I am sure it is lifted with gear portals and has some BKT 9.5 - 22 tires on it by now!
No, it's made for flat out desert driving, why not it has 16" of travel that I've been tuning on. I can't explain the feel of turbo boost and what that torque and speed does to a guy who naturally loves this stuff, and is a good driver.....Its Natural to me.

But I do like those lifted mud runners with the portals, it would drive me nuts tho cause I hate cleaning that stuff off.
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