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Old 30 October 2008, 14:11   #31
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I used 50mm because I want them for bridging as well. Mine are grey in colour.
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Old 30 October 2008, 14:50   #32
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Yes - but mine is grey as I said - looks identical though - make sure it has the grit surface on one side.
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Old 31 October 2008, 10:43   #33
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Yes - but mine is grey as I said - looks identical though - make sure it has the grit surface on one side.

I'm in Swansea next Weds, any chance of having a look at them?
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A Benford SX3000 is a superb tow vehicle. Very good traction.
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Going back to landy's.
I've heard allot of people moan about the newer landy, bad build quality and engine problems (mainly on the V's) anyone else had similar?

I used to have a series IIa when I was 19, worst fanny magnet in the world but it was great fun. Once miss timed the gear at a mini white round about, had to double declutch but hit the top of the round about at speed. Leaf springs sent me bouncing about 6 ft to the right Would have one again tomorrow though
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...... worst fanny magnet in the world.
You're joking!!! Around here and certain parts of West Wales the ladies love a ride in a stinkin' Landrover.
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Do you have to take them to the edge of a cliff so they push back more
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Do you have to take them to the edge of a cliff so they push back more
Bloody risky in a Series II.
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You're joking!!! Around here and certain parts of West Wales the ladies love a ride in a stinkin' Landrover.
'Jump in the back - make yourself comfy on that sack of cockles'
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