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bmwdrivernigel

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8,596 posts

129 months

Monday 24th September 2012
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Just to prove that not all Land Rovers like mud smile



furrywoolyhatuk

600 posts

59 months

Tuesday 25th September 2012
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smile I wouldnt expect that! Fair play!

SystemParanoia

10,240 posts

103 months

Tuesday 25th September 2012
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probably a FWD model

bakerstreet

2,930 posts

70 months

Tuesday 25th September 2012
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Fair play for having a go. I wander if it let any water in.


BLUETHUNDER

7,847 posts

165 months

Tuesday 25th September 2012
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What a clown for even expecting that to get through that.
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bmwdrivernigel

Original Poster:

8,596 posts

129 months

Tuesday 25th September 2012
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It sat for an hour in there before it was dragged out, understandably the electrics are 'slightly' frazzled!

SystemParanoia

10,240 posts

103 months

Tuesday 25th September 2012
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was it a FWD model ?

e4D spec ?

Essel

172 posts

51 months

Wednesday 26th September 2012
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZUCS59rmMY

50cm wading depth in the book? Wonder what went wrong?

SmokinV8

785 posts

116 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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Doesn't look like a wading issue but a traction or ground clearance one, any vehicle can suffer from that depending on conditions.

powerstroke

4,100 posts

65 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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Caption should read , Mummy, this isnt the way to school or maybe who said these woods were a good place to stash drugs !!silly

andyb66

201 posts

74 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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bmwdrivernigel said:
Just to prove that not all Land Rovers like mud smile


Is he actually reading the handbook?!?

Caption: "There doesn't appear to be a 'be good off-road' button" smile

bmwdrivernigel

Original Poster:

8,596 posts

129 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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Think he was trying to locate where the tow-eye was, in the end got dragged out with a strop around one wheel. yikes

Spyder3400

178 posts

68 months

Thursday 27th September 2012
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eek

Is that Bordon?


Max_Torque

10,056 posts

122 months

Sunday 30th September 2012
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Rule No 1: Your off-roader is only as good as its tyres.


;-)

drgoatboy

570 posts

112 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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Is that Slindon? The guys there were telling a tale of one of these getting stuck up to the windows in mud and water...

Fair play for having a go!

bmwdrivernigel

Original Poster:

8,596 posts

129 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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drgoatboy said:
Is that Slindon? The guys there were telling a tale of one of these getting stuck up to the windows in mud and water...

Fair play for having a go!
Yes, was Slindon.

BFG TERRANO

2,095 posts

53 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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BLUETHUNDER said:
What a clown for even expecting that to get through that.
Nope that shouldn't challenge it. Look through some old off road threads, we've taken lots through that and more in standard spec.

SystemParanoia

10,240 posts

103 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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driver was probbably going too slow then lol

BFG TERRANO

2,095 posts

53 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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bmwdrivernigel said:
It sat for an hour in there before it was dragged out, understandably the electrics are 'slightly' frazzled!
Sat for an hour?? Why did all those people and vehicles go so so under equipped?

bmwdrivernigel

Original Poster:

8,596 posts

129 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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BFG TERRANO said:
Sat for an hour?? Why did all those people and vehicles go so so under equipped?
I guess the owner wanted it pulled out by its towing eye, but that involved taking the back bumper apart. No one I know goes 'under equipped' to Slindon!