Pics of your offroaders...

Pics of your offroaders...

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TheHeretic

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73,668 posts

223 months

Saturday 8th September 2012
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Can be standard, or heavily modified, but let's have a look at the 4x4's being used on PH...

I'll start. Pretty much standard except for a diff drop, 1.5" spacer lift, custom transfer case bracket, custom bumper, (by custom, I mean a man welded it for me), and some home made underbody protection. tyres are Insa Turbo Sahara jobbies. It does me thus far.












A.J.M

7,106 posts

154 months

Saturday 8th September 2012
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Mine, have owned it for 10 day's now. 2004 TDV6 HSE auto.



Picture's the morning after i bought it, taken at college carpark. Yes i am a student and that's my car. Paid 100% by me.

Then, 4 day's into ownership. hehe



Coped pretty well but i was running road biased tyre's so the thick mud proved challenging at times.



Good fun though. Plan's are to make it into a full G4 challenge replica and enjoy it.

TheHeretic

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73,668 posts

223 months

Saturday 8th September 2012
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I like the see nice shiny 4x4 being treated like that! Top marks! thumbup

A.J.M

7,106 posts

154 months

Saturday 8th September 2012
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TheHeretic said:
I like the see nice shiny 4x4 being treated like that! Top marks! thumbup
I wont lie, i was very nervous taking it off road. Was new and is rather expensive to me so i didn't want to break anything on it.
The "splash" picture doesn't show a sneaky bd rock that mangled both side steps as we had to come back the same way as the track further up was unpassable to our group.

sunbeam alpine

5,839 posts

156 months

Saturday 8th September 2012
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Arnie, Shunt and Sergeant Bash. AKA the Mud Squad.



Arnie at play.

g7jtk

1,555 posts

122 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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Before the abuse started

TheLordJohn

5,746 posts

114 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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g7jtk said:

Before the abuse started
That looks fking awesome!

Marlin45

1,321 posts

132 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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Here's our '64 109 for general rambling about. Running a 200tdi on SVO and 3.4 RR diffs.



Our more recent addition..........TD5 with a few mods.



And one of my old ones....this one is now resident in Virginia, USA!



Now somewhere near Boston, Lincs I think.



Edited by Marlin45 on Sunday 9th September 09:38


Edited by Marlin45 on Sunday 9th September 09:40

anomaly

446 posts

141 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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Ok, any excuse. Here's my much loved Cherokee 4.0 with a 3" lift and 31" All Terrains.



JREwing

17,412 posts

147 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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anomaly said:
Ok, any excuse. Here's my much loved Cherokee 4.0 with a 3" lift and 31" All Terrains.
I like this a lot!

camel_landy

3,682 posts

151 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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OK, I'll bite....

Here's a pic of mine but who can tell me where it was taken?? biggrin



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TheHeretic

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223 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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Coonalpyn

camel_landy

3,682 posts

151 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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TheHeretic said:
Coonalpyn
Pretty close...

TheHeretic

Original Poster:

73,668 posts

223 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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camel_landy said:
Pretty close...
Pah... Pretty good googling though. hehe

My google fu says Keith.

camel_landy

3,682 posts

151 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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Google "Land Rover on a pole"...

...and yes, it'll be 'Keith - SA'

Sarge 4x4

2,371 posts

173 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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One of my toys on the Tuareg Rallye in March this year.

camel_landy

3,682 posts

151 months

Sunday 9th September 2012
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...and one of me out playing a few years ago.



I'll be very impressed if you can work out where it was taken. smile

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bigblock

754 posts

166 months

Monday 10th September 2012
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Edited by bigblock on Monday 10th September 10:07

sexyzuki

114 posts

174 months

Monday 10th September 2012
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My little Suzuki LJ80Q, 30 yrs old and rebuilt by an expert. Massively modified to go offroad although I normally just use her for gentle laning as she's very rare (only 12 left on the road in the UK). Very occasionally she gets to go and play properly offroad and she's tough as old boots - tiny wheel base and track means she fits in between obstacles with ease and she just keeps on going!

SJ1300 engine, 5 speed box & transfer box so flies along very well indeed compared to the weedy original, sj axles with disc fronts, power steering, reverse shackled and spring over axle conversion plus a very big, heavy duty body lift (hence extended brake hoses) with long travel modern pro-comp shocks means she's got awesome ground clearance. The mud terrains (15x10.5") give her the grip she needs and driving her is a hoot!!!


TheHeretic

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73,668 posts

223 months

Monday 10th September 2012
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Very, very, very cool. Any pics of it in action?