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  1. Y

    Traction Mats

    Hi All, I'm after your opinions and advice on suggested sand/ mud traction mats. I want something that is robust enough for some bridging too. What can you suggest/ have experience of? What's the best and why really. Appreciate any help you can offer. Regards.
  2. Ouchmeback

    Honey, I'm home!

    After a few years absence I am returning, (Didn't seem right whilst owning a mitsi). I am now the proud owner of a 1996 V8 Discovery. It needs a bit of work. If anyone can point me in the right direction of an offroad club in the Gloucestershire area it would be greatly appreciated.
  3. LROffroad.com

    Took my Range(P38) off road in the States, tell me what you think

    Hey guys, I recently took my p38 out for some fun at a place called Uwharrie National Forest here in the States and got some video while I was there, lemme know what you think! http://www.LROffroad.com or http://www.youtube.com/LROFFROADdotCOM. I wish we had cooler places to go exploring around...
  4. LROffroad.com

    I took my Range Off-Road this weekend, check out the vid!

    I took my Range Rover to Uwharrie National Forest in Troy, NC, USA this weekend and met some cool guys who drove around with me and volunteered to take video for me:)! Needless to say I had a great time, and wanna know what you all think about it, I got to take it through some mud and over some...
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