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cycler wrote:

Well, thanks to you all for your responses, and remarks based on your experiences. They are appreciated.


Biggest issue you're going to find is a definite =lack= of FWs < 30', and most of the ones you do find will be in the light to very light weight class. Northwood used to have an Artic Fox that was around 26', but it's been discontinued. There's a real gap between 20' and 30' in FWs.

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