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Old 08-19-2013, 09:16 PM
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Really? Who is your insurance carrier? I used to do that on the 40 until I asked them what it actually cost with a low mileage per year. It was silly not to keep it. I'm with USAA, so maybe your results will vary.

And on the original topic, I still have zero regrets going from 80 to 100 for what we do. I did some mild wheeling in the limo and it was sweet. Plenty of power to tow the camping trailer, trail capability, and good mileage & ride to boot. Sure, there are "better" wheelers, but for most of what I do this is enough, and the street use is SO much sweeter. If I want to crawl a twisty, I still have the 40.
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