Postby Slim on Wed 13/Jul/05 1:02pm

I am not Jewish :hmmm:
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Postby Stun on Wed 13/Jul/05 1:05pm

Slim wrote:I am not Jewish :hmmm:


I heard you where a banker though... ;)
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Postby Robbie on Wed 13/Jul/05 1:07pm

Reuben wrote:speaking of rangrovers heres my mates landrover the t-rex
can take about 16 dg bikes if it needs to :D :cry: :eh: :cool:


MAXXIS Stickers on a Landie, where will will it end ?? :D
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Postby squished_cat on Wed 13/Jul/05 1:11pm

keewee stickers on an intense?
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Postby Reuben on Wed 13/Jul/05 1:13pm

everyone has onced loved maxxis stickers havent they???
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Postby Dougal on Wed 13/Jul/05 5:22pm

Spacemonkey wrote:apart from the diffs and the halfshafts and the original motors etc etc.
quite good with a holden 186 or nissan diesel though. :)


The original ones didn't have enough power to break diffs or halfshafts.
If a holden powered landy is your thing, let me know. A mate has for sale a series IIA (88") powered by a holden 202. :satan:
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Postby Nordy on Thu 1/Sep/05 6:43pm

this was about to be my bike carrying wagon, was getting a towbar later this month!!

stupid old dude pulled out in front of my husband and he was on an 80km road doing about 75km (hes slightly wary of that intersection for obvious resons)
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taken with my pxt phone
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Postby AarowNZ on Thu 1/Sep/05 6:52pm

Damn!
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Postby harlequin on Thu 1/Sep/05 6:54pm

bugger
Is it repairable or are you looking for a new Subie ?
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Postby Nordy on Thu 1/Sep/05 7:03pm

I dont think its repairable, its buckled all the way down.
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Postby Nordy on Thu 1/Sep/05 7:23pm

harlequin wrote:bugger
Is it repairable or are you looking for a new Subie ?


doubtful at this stage. Not sure what we will get.

It was just on brigham creek road, old guy pulled out of totora I think it is.
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Postby SlackBoy on Thu 1/Sep/05 7:33pm

Dougal wrote:
Spacemonkey wrote:apart from the diffs and the halfshafts and the original motors etc etc.
quite good with a holden 186 or nissan diesel though. :)


The original ones didn't have enough power to break diffs or halfshafts.
If a holden powered landy is your thing, let me know. A mate has for sale a series IIA (88") powered by a holden 202. :satan:



MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM, I was I had money.

Landies look better than Range Rovers
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Postby thorg on Thu 1/Sep/05 7:43pm

would be the perfect tow vehicle for the mini though :eh:
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Postby Percy Pig on Thu 1/Sep/05 7:50pm

thorg wrote:would be the perfect tow vehicle for the mini though :eh:
They are very very very expensive to run.

A mate has one, its the thirstiest vehicle in relation to its speed Ive ever met! :crazy:
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Postby SlackBoy on Thu 1/Sep/05 7:51pm

Who cares, we're using your petrol card
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