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Old 11 November 2012, 17:45   #11
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Nice pic and vehicle there Mick, certainly a good way to wash any salt of the chassis.
That was your neck of the woods strata florida
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Old 11 November 2012, 17:57   #12
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That was your neck of the woods strata florida
That's about 1hr up the road then, never been there tbh, but it looks a crackin spot for some green laning, do you go with a club or is it open to general public.
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Old 11 November 2012, 18:22   #13
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I was a marsheling on a pot noodle challenge then with lads from disco3 forum but its a proper green lane anyone can go but if you do stick to the markers and walk the river as there is a big rock that can take your sump offin one section
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I was a marsheling on a pot noodle challenge then with lads from disco3 forum but its a proper green lane anyone can go but if you do stick to the markers and walk the river as there is a big rock that can take your sump offin one section
Walkin it aint an option with my dodgy leg unfortunatly,although I could tread lightly and not worry to much with the sump guard, might look into that.
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No not wrecking the courty side, it was an "organised" tour of the Dorset byways and we took along spades, saws and other tools, to make sure that the byways were clear to navigate and where necessary large bomb holes were filled in.
Great fun and a legal way to experience the sort of terrain these vehicles were designed to overcome. Other than some mud tyres and diff/steering guards, this Defender is standard and used every day
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