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    Show Us Ya Nissan

    Patrol - Tvan
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    Optima Batteries - Why Use a Red Top?

    Big fan of the Optimas, I have three in the patrol. Two yellow 75s under the bonnet and a blue 75 in the back next to the fridge. Second round with them, the first where 55s and the lasted about 8 years, had the 75s for several years now no complaints at all. Unfortunately had them down to the...
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    New ARB Remote Res Shocks

    Their is an article in the latest 4X4 Aust mag on Resivor Shockies. They mention the new ARB ones and haves few pics
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    Winch Warranty's - Who to Support and When to Walk, Warn,Runva,Ironman,Carbon,Tmax etc

    Hi Swaggie, first up I would like to congratulate you on your approach and professionalism in handling this topic. I have just read the entire thread in the last two days. Your attention to detail and courteous attitude to all manufactures is very refreshing to see, as most keyboard warriors get...
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    G'day

    Hi Dave, good to see another Pootrol on the forum. Great stuff
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    Nissan GU 2001

    Hey mate, I've got a 2000GU, had it for 14 Yrs, Pm me Ya number I can give you some good advice. Cheers
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    Best Hard Core Camper Trailer

    Tvan hands down the toughest off-road, I might be a little bit one eyed though. Lol
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    Shackle Warning

    Correct, although rated shackles do take a lot of wear and tear.
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    Shackle Warning

    Rated Shackeles do NOT require annual testing. Cheers
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    Shackle Warning

    You can get both D shackles and Bow shackles with "SWL" (Safe Working Load) or "WLL (Working Load Limit) on them. D shackles are used for a straight line pull (one sling/chain each end. Bow shackles cater for a single sling / chain on the pin end and multi-able slings / chains on the Bow end...
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    where to go with the family - central Qld

    Kroombit Tops, Blackdown Tablelands Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Patrol Dude 4.2TD
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    Sun rises or Sun sets

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    Sun rises or Sun sets

    Sunset Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Patrol Dude 4.2TD
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    Creb - Frenchmans - Ott - Cape York

    Some really great old WW2 relics - very impressive
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    Creb - Frenchmans - Ott - Cape York

    Muttee Heads - great little spot also with a lot of history to soak up.
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    Creb - Frenchmans - Ott - Cape York

    Heaps to see around the tip - really enjoyed looking at all of the old WW2 bombers ect that crashed - really makes you reflect and appreciate what we have.
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    Hi everybody

    Hey mate, join a 4WD club in your area. They have lots of experience and will help if you get stuck. Cheers Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Patrol Dude 4.2TD
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    Creb - Frenchmans - Ott - Cape York

    After, a relaxing night camping, it was of to Punsand Bay and the Tip. Punsand Bay is really nice, a bit isolated from Bamaga & Seisia, but a nice place to unwind, beach was nice, and the camp ground seemed nice a spread out. They also have a fresh water swimming pool right next to the bar which...
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    Creb - Frenchmans - Ott - Cape York

    Once we crossed the might Jardine we headed to Seisia, for three nights to take in all the sights around the Tip. We found Seisia, to be a friendly town, with lots of horses just roaming around!!! The caravan park right on the beach was excellent, with a great shop/café and excellent amenities...
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    Creb - Frenchmans - Ott - Cape York

    Once we finished the Tele track we headed up to the Jardine River. It’s a lot bigger than we expected - almost as big as the mighty Fitzroy back in RockVages I was a bit surprised to see the cable that is strung from one side of the river to the other that the barge uses to propel its self...
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