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  1. Looks really good! How is it attached to the bumper or is it just hanging from the hitch mount?
  2. Brake lights have a quick disconnect to take the box off and leave the wiring behind. Got that wired in today. Very nice. No integrated cooler but its got enough space to stash 4 soft sided coolers in here with no problems. That's way more than enough for a day of riding. So far I have 2.5 gallons of fuel, compressor, rain gear, 2 coolers, blanket, bottle jack, collapsible tire iron, batteries, and a 12 volt charger wired to charge my camera, or phone while I'm riding and still have more space. I'm going to have to stuff another blanket in there to stop stuff from moving around while I'm riding.
  3. Love it so far. Got all my stuff in there and I still have room!
  4. Got this Lock and Ride box from THEATVSUPERSTORE. Its awesome, easy to install, and solves the problem of lack of storage on my touring when riding with a passenger. Worth every penny, can't wait to go riding with this bad boy! Even my son loves it already! Just waiting on my GURU Bumpers to be fabricated and my ride will be ready for the 2012 riding season!
  5. I know someone who uses the chatterbox. It works well up to about 1/2 mile on wooded trails. Open trails you can get up to mile away. I have a Cardo Scala G4 set, and it works great. Has a little bit less bulk than the chatterbox and it lasts all day on a single charge.
  6. Just went riding up there this past week. Saint Clair to Centralia.
  7. Pretty open ended question. There's a lot of choices out there you have to narrow down what you like. There's good and bad with all models, so you have to decide what's important to you. Solid choices to start looking at are: Yamaha Grizzly Polaris Sportsman 500/550 Suzuki King Quad Honda Rancher AT Good luck!
  8. That's right $125 and you can ride over 10,000 acres of old coal mining land. It's insane. You can ride from Trevorton all the way to Centralia and come back a totally different way. It's some good riding and some challenging terrain. Some spots are just darn scary but it's all fun. I was out there every other weekend last year. Haven't made it up much this year due to the new baby coming in April but plan on getting back on the stick in Late August.
  9. I'm in York as well an go riding at Trevorton and Saint Clair all the time. Did over 1000 miles last year and trying to do the same this year as well. Some good riding up there!!!
  10. I have successfully done a sidewalk repair before but it was the size of a ballpoint pen. It's still holding up after 300 miles.

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