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Welcome BONE1208 !

I'm not sure i recall a Forida ToyHauler amongst us, which makes it darn good you are along. We have a member in North carolina and some points inbetween there and here where i sit.

I think we are really at the point that toyhaulers are going to become a nationwide passion, and they certainly are that here in SoCal.

What kind of 'hauler do you have and what kind of riding do you do? Florida seems like an area with a lot of opportunity for riding.

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I have a 3612DS Raptor. We mainly do trail riding in OCALA NATIONAL FOREST. About 50000 acres of trails. Also closer to home we do a little mud riding every once in a while.
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