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Old 05 July 2012, 17:27   #71
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Take no notice there is a lot of Land Rover Bashing on here all started by Mr P a long time ago I might start a show us your Rig thread with Land Rovers only


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Not got stuck on the beach YET!
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Old 05 July 2012, 17:46   #72
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Think somewhere along the lines of 75% of all defenders ever made are still on the road today. They are really uncomfortable and noisy but I love them. Mine attached:-)
Does that mean a quarter of every Defender ever made has fallen off or that three quarters are lying on the road instead of being attached to the chassis?
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Old 05 July 2012, 20:03   #73
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No, it means only 25% of them got home...
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shingle and deep pebbles have gotta be the worst, I find speed on approch the only option with that terrain, even the tractor will dig in.
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