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Old 04-09-2011, 11:04 AM   #21
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Silver - really, why did you pick that color..... How about RED, BLUE, TAN, PURPLE.... Why is everyone on here so caught up in the silver theme.......

Looks good Michelle, get on the road, I live vicariously through peoples travels like yours.
Mike,
You and my roommate think alike! He suggested Purple as well. Red would definately stand out. It would be a great identifier going down the road. Who needs a GPS tracker!
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Michelle,

Equalizer is made in Utah. Glad to see you are getting new parts as what you had was in bad shape when you visited here.

To answer your question of several days ago, no plans to go far from home this year as we are trying to get our house sold. We are in Ouray for several days relaxing and not thinking about real estate.

Hope you are on the road soon.

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I have yet to install the hitch. I was to be in Area 33 by tonight but I cancelled my trip. I have to have my Gall Bladder out. I am not going to make the FCU rally either.

I need to spend a lot of time this summer doing maintanence on all of my mechanical "stuff". I expect to get the trailer out a couple of times this summer. They will be short trips.
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