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Old 07-28-2014, 11:50 AM   #1
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3 yr old expressing his dominion over the trail

Took my son for his first wheeling experience this past weekend and he loved it!


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That's one of the reasons why I traded in my 2014 trailhawk. loved the trailhawk, but I needed more space. I'm expecting a son this September and I needed more room for my family. I can't wait to take him to the trails when he gets older.
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That's a great picture. I can see he's got the bug early.
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Took my son for his first wheeling experience this past weekend and he loved it!
Might consider strapping your spotter in training to the bumper when wheeling.
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Might consider strapping your spotter in training to the bumper when wheeling.
I was impressed by how well he hung on going down that slope...
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Does his mother know how to sew? Because he is RIPPED.
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Might consider strapping your spotter in training to the bumper when wheeling.
LOL.

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