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New frt locker at beaver pond

badmts

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Put new hubs on and hit the trail with front locker -IT WAS AMAZING!!!:yahoo: I just crawled up a hill that has confounded me until now and I did not even have the tires aired down. I was alone so I did not try all the cool stuff but the mudding and the few hills I did were easy .Now both front and rear lockers are the "lunchbox type" (lock-right rear Spartan frt) but they did great -LOOK OUT ELBE HILLS!
 


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The Mud Addict

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Still need a spare manual hub? I now have 5 of them:icon_surprised:, 2 for my Ranger and 1 spare for the 'lil B2 and my Ranger:D
 

badmts

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no but thank you. the replacements showed up yesterday and I am going to get 2 more 37780's to keep as spares
 

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