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Old 04 September 2008, 18:57   #11
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Downhilldai - exactly! Mines an L200 too (new shape), for what I do it works out as ideal. I'd never treat my own vehicles like this and am known for being anally retentative about caring for my previous cars (you should see my boat - 2 years old and its better than when it came from the factory), but since discovering the joys of commercial leasing in conjunction with heavy towing and launching I've never looked back. Just makes things easier and relieves the heart ache of destroying my own kit....
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Old 07 September 2008, 11:04   #12
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Putting any vehicle in salt water is a really bad idea and it doesn't matter how much washing is done afterwards, it won't get all the salt out.
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