Hey all, A quick showing of my mild triton build which I bought in October. My days of crazy weekend warrior driving ended over a decade ago and I set this up to be a good compromise between daily driver and tourer/caravan tug with some moderate weekend work thrown in. I picked it up on a Tuesday I think, fitted BFG all terrains on the way home and went out on Saturday which immediately added some pinstripes, busted up the face of the fancy alloys and bent a step. I then added the hardlid and roof rack the following week and went out again and bent the steps worse and destroyed another wheel. By this point it was a couple of weeks old and the mods were coming slow so I just started ordering and fitting it all up. For those who are interested the mods so far are as follows. 40mm lift in the front, 50mm 300kg constant load springs in the back with pedders track Ryder's all around. Csa Steel wheels... No more scratches! BFG all terrains, 265/65/17 TJM side steps TJM wedge tail snorkel Ironman bullbar largely due to it having the nicest shape for this model TJM rear bar Runva 11xp winch (not happy with that mob, thinking about selling it before I've even used it as it was missing the remote and they essentially accused me of faking a claim to get one even warning me that the box is weighed at the factory and they'd know if I'm making a false claim.... Not sure what the benefit would be as they're coded to the individual controller box so now they want $100 more from me, I'm more inclined to sell it for $600 and spend a grand at my local TJM where they bend over backwards to help, I bought it based on the winch thread here... Anyway I digress, I'm heading down to TJM in the coming weeks. EGR tradie top hardlid - this gets a lot of compliments yet I've never seen another fitted. Stedi x-type spotlights, lightbar too. Steel roof rack is now alloy flat rack to suit roof top tent. UHF Engel Fridge Compressor and 9 litre tank With factory diff lock and the above pieces it's not a bad unit for mild offroad work and still quiet and comfortable on road. I don't see much else on the cards for it at this point, it's done 11,000 kays and other than the roof rack killing the fuel use and making a lot of wind noise it's turned out really well. I'll post a couple of pics, sorry not much in the way of action shots yet as I mostly go solo at the minute but I'll endeavour on the next outing to get some of it at work.