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Old 07-22-2019, 02:12 PM   #1
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New to me 2004 American Tradition

I just purchased a 2004 American Tradition and am trying to figure all of the quirks and tricks to using it. We had a class super c for a couple of years but this rig is a totally different animal.
I will be asking plenty of questions so please be patient with me.
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One member on here could help you for sure, he owned one for many years Gary...
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Yeap - owned one for 12 years. Memories are fading, but I should still be able to help. Plus I have a lot of info saved away.
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I just hope that Mike367 contacts you Gary !
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