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REAL Offroading!
Pepino
 

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Post: #11
RE: REAL Offroading!

(31-07-2013 03:14am)Easty Wrote:  I placed some tape on the very bottom of the silver parts and the tape got marked up a bit during a day on the fire roads of Washington state last weekend.

Also after going offroad may want to pop off the lower black cover hiding he tow hoop. mine collected about 1lb of mud. Smile

I got stuck and had to figure out where were the Tow hopos up front. Same thing happened to me, about 4 kilos of mud down there.
31-07-2013 04:57am
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XFullFatTim
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Post: #12
RE: REAL Offroading!

Half the fun of going offroad is the cleaning up afterward! I must have quite a bit of the Argyll Forests now growing in my garden after cleaning out several kilos of sand, clay, stones and marsh grasses from under various Range Rovers and the Defender!

Since June 2018 I’m XRRSTim as a 2018MY Mini Countryman Cooper S E All4 PHEV is now charging on my drive
Previously owned
- 2015 RRSport L494 HSE Dynamic SDv6
- 2014 5 Door SD4 Dynamic Plus Lux
- 2011 SD4 Auto Coupe Lux Plus
And 7 other Land Rover products since 1995.
Still on my drive - 1996 TDi300 Defender 90 County
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31-07-2013 11:45am
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Pickles
 

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Post: #13
RE: REAL Offroading!

Used like it should be! very nice and with 20" alloys, even more impressive.
05-07-2015 04:31am
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