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UK Notrrak pictures from the 7th

littlerangie

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sorry they're late....................

been busy(considering campainging for a 48hr day)

anyhoo pictures from the 7th at Nortrak

this is all i got as i was working on stuff in the morning:(
 

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sorry they're late....................

been busy(considering campainging for a 48hr day)

anyhoo pictures from the 7th at Nortrak

this is all i got as i was working on stuff in the morning:(
that bank in the last 2 pics dosnt look as steep in the pic as i know it is
 
I can vouch for that....rather scary, especially if its been raining!!!! Seen folk climb it as well (one way system!!..hmmm..lol) which was interesting!


fitted with mt tyers it probably would go up but with just the road tyers it had on on the day no chance with even the least bit of moisture although it did go round the one way system on top in 2 wheel drive just to see if it would with a little play on the second time round to see how far it could be made to travel along the ruts sideways on
 
Steve, You been at the bomb hole with a dozer? Maybe just the angle, but it looks milder to what I have seen it in the past.

LittleRangie, Do I still see white paint? LOL

Kev
 
Steve, You been at the bomb hole with a dozer? Maybe just the angle, but it looks milder to what I have seen it in the past.

LittleRangie, Do I still see white paint? LOL

Kev

thats the differance between road tyers and mud tyers the road tyers might not get a good grip on the mud but because they dont there usles at painting body panels with mud hence leftover white.
 
if the sides dont look to steep its cos i plowed them out with the front bumbper those at lochgilphead might have noticed ive not got round to changing the number plat yet.
 
Thats not your Santana in those pics is it, Pete?

Dirtier than it was last time I saw it if it is... (you were headed down the A9..whoosh, and you were gone!)
 
Thats not your Santana in those pics is it, Pete?

Dirtier than it was last time I saw it if it is... (you were headed down the A9..whoosh, and you were gone!)

yeh thats mine we put little rangie in the hot seat to make it look good for the pics. did a bit of rearanging of the bomb hole when i came out plowed a bit with the front bumper and number plate for some reson the mud over there dosnt seem as slippery as the mud down lochgilphead way.

will admit that when i slamed the door geting out it went sideways a bit its parked at about 35degrees in the botom of the hole in the pic
 
Thats not your Santana in those pics is it, Pete?

Dirtier than it was last time I saw it if it is... (you were headed down the A9..whoosh, and you were gone!)

even at those speeds it seems to be improving on the mpg. i filled it up in inverness on the way up to Lybster wednesday and didnt refuel untill i got Carlisle on thursday £75 the airodinamics must be those of a bilding brick so i recon thats not too bad for a 2.8turbo. im planing to invest the £650 in having the taco fitted in the next 3 months so that will be me legal for towing nomatter what.
 
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