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Old 22-09-2010, 10:01   #1
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Simpson 12.2 - Thoughts ?

Hello! Did a search and nothing really came up. Anybody know anything about them? Is the design good? Things I should watchout for, etc?

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You might want to check in with forum member imagine2frolic, who has a Simpson 12m cold-molded cat.

I have been on it and there are a lot of nice features in a slightly older style design.

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haha, no, mtn sapo. sapo is frog in spanish, a nickname for me in highschool. mtn is mountain, becasue I grew up in the mountains of New Mexico. weird how these old things stick around and never die....

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