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Old 21 September 2013, 13:45   #1
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Landrover wins again!!!!

Its not size that counts its what you do with it!!!



Bet you can't do that with a Nissan......
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Old 21 September 2013, 13:49   #2
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yeh but 4x4 against 4x2 isnt quite fair but entertaining!!
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Old 21 September 2013, 15:17   #3
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Put the RAM in 4x4 and try your luck. There will pieces of Land Rover drivetrain all about you.
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Old 22 September 2013, 03:37   #4
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That is only a two wheel drive dodge, bring your landy down here and I'll demolish it, mine is 4x4 and with 800lbs of torque and over 400 hp and weighing in at three and a half ton the landy doesn't stand a chance,
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Old 22 September 2013, 08:28   #5
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It's not all about power lol

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Quite true but I reckon a Landy would have trouble moving three and a half ton as a dead weight. Use to be mixed up a little with a company called. B& H services in Basingstoke. Used to convert and alter land rovers. I've been round this block more than once. I would say the transfer box would go first. I'm willing to put my truck behind a Landy for a bit of fun. The dodge there was two wheel drive and almost certainly auto and no slipper diff of any kind. Again it's not all about power but using a properly equipped tool that was design to pull a forty foot camping trailer
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I know a big guy in Aberdeen who can pull that with no brakes on and there's a ford F250 on youtube pulling a train!!!! It don't mean shyte, bring a landy down and and have a go, I'm game for a laugh
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That is only a two wheel drive dodge, bring your landy down here and I'll demolish it, mine is 4x4 and with 800lbs of torque and over 400 hp and weighing in at three and a half ton the landy doesn't stand a chance,
I av to disagree with u there Looey i av pld a 17ton skip lorry with my old 110 xs king cab it killed it like but it done it on a straight barit is the tool for the job yes pulling good heavy gear ,but as for off road ability 90s n 110s they are 2nd t none not the new tdci so much the td5s with the tc diffs
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Truck is for towing. Rangey is for off road
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