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The trailer ride home was uneventful, although we tried to run it past the truck depot and get an overall
weight only to find out their scales were broken- pity, as I was curious to know how heavy this Monster is.
Anyway, I called over a neighbor with big 966 and he was able to drop it right in front of my shop. It doesn't
look like it here, but I had just a couple of months before the snow was due to fly, so I was kind of in a hurry.
Tarps and a portable canopy kept 'er dry(ish) and let me work on it even in the rain.
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