Show us your BT-50's

Waters bt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by Waters bt50 » May 28th, 2012, 8:19 pm

day out in the bush on the wknd, bt went awsome i even had to pull out a navara and hilux that made my day haha
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2012 Str navara, 2" Tough dog lift, 32" M/T, 12,000pound winch,Hid spotties, Steel bar side rails and steps.

Waters bt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by Waters bt50 » May 28th, 2012, 8:31 pm

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2012 Str navara, 2" Tough dog lift, 32" M/T, 12,000pound winch,Hid spotties, Steel bar side rails and steps.

jamesbt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by jamesbt50 » June 3rd, 2012, 9:35 pm

This is my 08’ BT50

31’’ MTZ with 15’’ sunnies
Winch bar
Side steps and rails
2 inch tough dog lift
Load assist bags
Winch
Intercooler and custom piping
TJM dual battery system
UHF and aerial
Bash plates
Rear ARB locker
Compressor
Under tray toolboxes
80L under tray water tank
Custom made camping canopy – roof top tent, awning, roof basket, ARB fridge
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bt50li
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by bt50li » June 3rd, 2012, 9:50 pm

nice ute mate

hempo
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by hempo » June 4th, 2012, 7:25 am

That truck is real nice.

Nice mud hole too. Did you get through okay?

musherman
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by musherman » June 4th, 2012, 7:32 am

jamesbt50 wrote:This is my 08’ BT50

31’’ MTZ with 15’’ sunnies
Winch bar
Side steps and rails
2 inch tough dog lift
Load assist bags
Winch
Intercooler and custom piping
TJM dual battery system
UHF and aerial
Bash plates
Rear ARB locker
Compressor
Under tray toolboxes
80L under tray water tank
Custom made camping canopy – roof top tent, awning, roof basket, ARB fridge

Hi there, nice ute man
What size sunnies are they 15x 8 ? and whats the offset?

jamesbt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by jamesbt50 » June 4th, 2012, 6:17 pm

hempo wrote:That truck is real nice.

Nice mud hole too. Did you get through okay?
Thanks mate, yeah made it through mates patrol wasn't so lucky, swamped it haha.

ranger2452
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by ranger2452 » June 4th, 2012, 6:22 pm

Loooooove to hear that stuff
Does it stay that deep right through
Where is that?
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jamesbt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by jamesbt50 » June 4th, 2012, 6:40 pm

musherman wrote:
jamesbt50 wrote:This is my 08’ BT50

31’’ MTZ with 15’’ sunnies
Winch bar
Side steps and rails
2 inch tough dog lift
Load assist bags
Winch
Intercooler and custom piping
TJM dual battery system
UHF and aerial
Bash plates
Rear ARB locker
Compressor
Under tray toolboxes
80L under tray water tank
Custom made camping canopy – roof top tent, awning, roof basket, ARB fridge

Hi there, nice ute man
What size sunnies are they 15x 8 ? and whats the offset?
hey mate thanks, the rim sizes is 15x7 not to sure on the offset coz we had to miss the rear bags.

jamesbt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by jamesbt50 » June 4th, 2012, 6:45 pm

ranger2452 wrote:Loooooove to hear that stuff
Does it stay that deep right through
Where is that?
Deepest was just at the start, pretty soft bottom tho and that was at glass house.

Waters bt50
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by Waters bt50 » June 4th, 2012, 7:00 pm

bt50li wrote:nice ute mate
agreed looks awsome mate
2012 Str navara, 2" Tough dog lift, 32" M/T, 12,000pound winch,Hid spotties, Steel bar side rails and steps.

RangerPunx
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by RangerPunx » June 5th, 2012, 2:36 pm

jamesbt50 wrote:This is my 08’ BT50

31’’ MTZ with 15’’ sunnies
Winch bar
Side steps and rails
2 inch tough dog lift
Load assist bags
Winch
Intercooler and custom piping
TJM dual battery system
UHF and aerial
Bash plates
Rear ARB locker
Compressor
Under tray toolboxes
80L under tray water tank
Custom made camping canopy – roof top tent, awning, roof basket, ARB fridge
Looks Great, nice plate combo as well. Single Cabs look so good decked out like this.

hempo
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by hempo » July 11th, 2012, 3:31 pm

Hi everyone, just had a great weekend up the coast. We did a phot shoot for the Action and Adventure magazine thanks to the guys from a nissan patrol forum. 14 vehicles, predominantly patrols with me in the BT, a landcruiser, hilux surf, navara, and a jeep.

second in line waiting for the Noosa River Ferry


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the rest of the crew

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congregating near freshwater track

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camp at Woodgate

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beach at northern end of Woodgate

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just a photo after some mud before the really slippery stuff

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got to test out the new winch, used a patrol as an anchor. Hopefully will get in the mag as was the only winching for the weekend. We were going to snatch out when I though what better way to test the winch and hopefully get in the mag. Photo was taken prior to wiching as everyone had to clear away. was hung up on the rear diff and fuel tank. Joys of having the smallest tyres. I wasn't the only one to get stuck, the patrol got stuck coming back through but was snatched out.

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was a great weekend. looking forward to seeing the photographers stuff and the mag whenever it comes out.

Mitchb
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by Mitchb » July 11th, 2012, 6:59 pm

where did you get your side steps from hempo ?

hempo
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Re: Show us your BT-50's

Unread post by hempo » July 12th, 2012, 9:29 am

they are the ironman ones, from my local mechanic who supplies ironman gear. I hate them. stick too far out.

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