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Hi all.

Been a long time occasional lurker, bit more active recently, and I thought it was time to show off my beast...


I came to 4x4s via Land Rover, I have owned 3 Discoverys, a 300 Tdi manual which sadly got a coolant leak and overheated, an early Td5 auto with a chipped ECU which went like a bat out of hell, and a facelift Td5 manual.

They were amazing, and I still miss the chipped one...probably shouldn't have sold it!


I then went to an MK Triton, 2006 last of the line. That one is now for sale, because I now have a 2011 NT...
The NT is a GL pov pack 5 seater. Originally an Ergon Energy fleet car, it was owned by someone who put some nice fruit on it before I got my hands on it...winch and bar, snorkel, UHF, trailer controller, LED spots, cargo barrier, polyair spring helper bags, dual battery...but otherwise stock.

It has the factory locker too...to which I have done the traction control mod.



The thing is an absolute weapon and surprises everyone!





Arriving at Landcruiser Park with the camper...first off road excursion.





Top of Old Hilux Hill at Landcruiser Mountain Park






Playing on the flex logs, Goos Family Farm, Gatton.













A couple from this weekend at The Springs near Warwick. It ate Beer O'Clock Hill like it was a suburban street...and got up Corona Hill albeit at the cost of a sidewall...


I've got plans for it...the factory bash plates are now trashed...it's getting 4mm ones very soon.

Side steps are toast. Sliders are going on in a month or so.
Rear bar is looking secondhand, that's getting replaced with a steel rear bar.

2" lift goes in very shortly, I've just arranged the purchase of same.
Bigger tyres will be purchased when I find a second set of wheels...probably 33s...
Crappy brake controller is going, I've got a Redarc Towpro to go in.

UHF has already been upgraded to my top of the range GME that's been in my last 4 rigs.
Hard mount compressor is going in, and rear drawers.

Catch can and extra fuel filters will go in soon.

Eventually it will be getting a Lockup Mate and a paddle shifter kit.


reliability...after the first weekend at Cruiser Park the fuel filters all clogged up...don't think it had been shaken around in a while.

One trip to Goos resulted in a pinched wire on one transfer switch...
Otherwise it's amazing.

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Had to throw a few in of my older rigs...





This is the southern most point of public road in Australia...at Recherche Bay in southern Tas.







On the shores of Great Lake in the Tasmanian central highlands.






Halfway along Jeffrey's Track in southern Tas...the white one was my brother's until I bought it off him...





Queenstown on the Tas west coast. Halfway up the 99 Bends.




Traded for a 2003 manual, and moving to QLD...



The 2003 disco on the Powerline Track, Glasshouse Mountains.





The Mighty Tritey...

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Can anybody see any of the pictures?
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No cant see any pictures!
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Can anybody see any of the pictures?
I could see pictures this morning, but not now.
Was many large pictures.
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Dammit....could see pics last night but not today...I'll see if the links have broken.
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So....looks like linking from google photos worked then broke...so Iíve had to put them on imgur.
Some of them came out huge and I canít figure out how to change that...sorry!
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