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    Default My sneaky wonderful wife...

    just let me know today she ordered me a new mountain sled (back in June)...the one I've been jonesing for a new Pro-Ride RMK. I take delivery in November.

    It's her gift to me for our 23rd anniversary.

    I know, I know...it's not a Tundra...but I think I'll manage
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik in AK View Post
    just let me know today she ordered me a new mountain sled (back in June)...the one I've been jonesing for a new Pro-Ride RMK. I take delivery in November.

    It's her gift to me for our 23rd anniversary.

    I know, I know...it's not a Tundra...but I think I'll manage
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    Does she have a sister............??? Congratulations on having a top shelf lady.

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    Pretty cool. A few years ago my wife bought us our AC 500 ATV's (o.k., she financed them ) for my birthday. Gotta love a woman that can take a hint
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    Why would you want a Tundra. That Pro looks like a awesome sled. You'll be shocked over the difference in the ride of the new sleds vs the Edge frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickb1b View Post
    Why would you want a Tundra. That Pro looks like a awesome sled. You'll be shocked over the difference in the ride of the new sleds vs the Edge frame.
    I guess you haven't heard....if you don't ride a Tundra you're not a real Alaskan.
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    Congrats Erik!
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    Wish mine can take a hint... Congrats on the new ride, so jealous.
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