Show us your Roks

MattyDee
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Show us your Roks

Unread post by MattyDee » July 25th, 2011, 5:52 pm

Here's my 2011 trendline @ tallarook, Vic
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VeeDub Amarok 2.0BiTurbo intercooled

Spoonz100
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by Spoonz100 » July 25th, 2011, 7:23 pm

I like these better Matty :p

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and this one!

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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by stretch4x4 » July 25th, 2011, 7:26 pm

Awesome :D
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calibrated
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by calibrated » July 26th, 2011, 8:40 am

Road tyres not doing you any favours there hey matty! haha

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VW Amarok Trendline
http://www.ausamarok.com.au - Amarok Club Australia
http://www.wolf4x4.com.au - 4WD Accessories

gobbolux
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by gobbolux » August 13th, 2011, 6:27 pm

Also very interested in how the VW stacks up, they are getting some good reviews. I think it should be making Toyota and the rest very nervous, Yota in particular are a long time overdue for a significant upgrade, making long time owners like me very interested in the amount of bang for my dollar available in newer utes like the VW.

Any reviews on how these things actually perfom??

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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by calibrated » August 14th, 2011, 8:26 pm

gobbolux

Matty and myself have done some pretty tough off-roading with ours.

We've both tried hard to get stuck, Matt has succeeded, I havent yet.

I went along to ********** (pics above)with MJ80 a few weeks back. There were two other guys leaving when we arrived (2 massively modded 100 series cruisers), saying its too slippery, they couldnt handle it, and were leaving, and here's me, brand new Amarok, with road tires. and it just effortlessly tackled everything I took it through.
VW Amarok Trendline
http://www.ausamarok.com.au - Amarok Club Australia
http://www.wolf4x4.com.au - 4WD Accessories

gobbolux
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by gobbolux » August 20th, 2011, 11:18 am

Good Stuff,

Had a look through one a couple of weeks back now, you seem to be getting a lot of ute for your money in comparison to some others.

Will be leaving till after we get back from the simmo (only 5 weeks today :waycool: ) and then giving some serious though as to whats next.

Keep posting all you Rok owners, the word(well at least me) is very interested now!!)

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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by TravelOz4Photos » September 17th, 2011, 12:54 am

Channel 10 are casting for a upcoming show called "The Rok Adventure"

From the website, looks like there will be two teams of 3 "Tradie mates" who will take part in a 5 day adventure throughout the outback competing to win a Amarok.

http://ten.com.au/competitions-RokAdventure.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by bruggz351 » September 17th, 2011, 3:33 pm

LOL... I like the "threesome".. :D

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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by urs4 » October 22nd, 2011, 5:09 am

Read a bunch of reviews yesterday morning, then went and had a look at them; I will be giving my Hilux the flick when it comes out of its lease and getting a Veedub.
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by GQ37s » May 25th, 2013, 2:28 pm

Hi Everyone,

This is my 2011 Highline, I've had the car 18 months now and still love it, It's done a trip up to Fraser last year and going again this year (WOOOOHOOOO) Can't Wait, we also took it up to port Douglas last year. So far 30k no issues.

So far I've fitted a 30" LED light Bar(poor high beams standard), An ARB air compressor in the engine bay, A smart isolator to charge the 200ah deep cycle Battery in the tray, a custom made box in the back for battery and tools, also a 70l
fridge mate mounted to this box, an AF CAR design canopy from Turkey, a 2" dually on the back for reversing and 265/65/18R BFG All Terrains.

The list is still growing every day.

As for the electrical issues people are having with the accessories there is 3 Can Bus controlled plugs pre wired under the dash for fitting any accessories you can think of!!!!!!!!!!!! If you know what you are doing these things are the easiest car to fit your after market options.

PS All these photo's are on Stockton beach
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by braydo13 » December 6th, 2013, 1:56 am

My black Rok
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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by Natcam » December 11th, 2013, 4:59 pm

Hey there Braydo13, nice truck.
It seems to sit quite level, and tall. What suspension kit and tyres do you have ?
One day !

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Re: Show us your Roks

Unread post by braydo13 » December 23rd, 2013, 12:04 pm

Thanks natcam. I have a efs front lift about 50mm. Didn't need to touch the rear. King sunraysia wheels with bfg mud terrain tyres. I Think they are 265.70.r16.

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