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Old 02-01-2014, 10:38 PM   #1
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New 2014 23.5rbs in Montana

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just brought home my new 23.5rbs. Traded in my 1998 eagle lite 22.8. Cant wait for spring to take it to the lake for wind surfing. Finally a walk around bed. Montana winters are COLD snowy and long.

Concerns are increased towing weight, decrease in MPG, increase battery usage, and installation of my xm radio. I'm sure all will be fine.
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Congrats and welcome to the site
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Congrats on your purchase and welcome to JOF from Northeast Ohio!
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Welcome to the JOF and Happy Camping!

What part of Big Sky are you in? I spent 3 years out in Montana and miss it almost daily.
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Billings, camp at Dailey lake and Martinsdale most of the time. Fair wind, good fishing and excellent mtn biking at both locations. Want to explore Nelson res and maybe fort peck. Need wind.
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Right on! Billlings is where I lived while there.

Enjoy the camping, and the fishing!
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