2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Mountain

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kam111111
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2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Mountain

Unread post by kam111111 » May 30th, 2013, 5:02 pm

Had a nice trip to Glass House Mountains with an 5 hour recovery, not so happy end ^^ :drool:

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Indy Hepburn
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Re: 2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Moun

Unread post by Indy Hepburn » June 3rd, 2013, 7:59 pm

Nice video mate..the GU was a bit stuck in that bog hole aye mate :crazy:

Haylestorm
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Re: 2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Moun

Unread post by Haylestorm » October 5th, 2013, 10:48 am

Good vid mate. Jeep looks the goods. Glasshouse is always fun.

Chuck Steak
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Re: 2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Moun

Unread post by Chuck Steak » October 9th, 2013, 10:14 pm

OK I'm no expert, but it seems to me that it was pretty obvious from the outset that the Patrol wasn't up to the job. I wonder why the blokw didn't realise himself, or why the other people didn't tap him on the shoulder and explain the importance of the right setup - diffs, tyres etc. when tackling serious 4wding like this

kam111111
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Re: 2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Moun

Unread post by kam111111 » December 3rd, 2013, 11:38 pm

Thanks guys,

we warned the guy with the patrol, but he wanted to have some fun, thats ok. We just didn't expect the recovery could go so wrong. Well, lesson learned :)

HillsForThrills
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Re: 2 Nissan Patrols and 1 Jeep Wrangler in Glass House Moun

Unread post by HillsForThrills » December 4th, 2013, 10:07 am

Hey mate, you make some good videos I've seen on here... But I agree with Chuck, and as I've also said to 1mak on another thread in here, if the obstacle is obviously out of the league of the vehicle, it really is better just to let it go... all good to have fun and enjoy yaselves, but not at the cost of the tracks... as I explained to 1mak, those are the things that get used against us to justify shutting places down... Anyway, as ya say, his decision and lesson learned... Keep turning out the great vids mate... :thumb:

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