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Posted: February 5th, 2008, 8:32 am
by Modda
cool as will give you a buzz this arvo mudrat

Posted: February 5th, 2008, 5:33 pm
by mr_cougar79
oh and by the way Mudrat i cant put a radio in the work truck cos im in about 3 of them everyday...Never the same one to often so its to hard to setup...A handheld would be prob a good idea but then theres buying one and money to me is like winning the lotto its gone b4 i even see it these days lol,need a second job i think(dont we all with the way everything is increasing)...Anyway put me down for that snow run as Brenda has never seen actual snow b4 so would be a good drive....

Posted: February 5th, 2008, 10:16 pm
by brooksy
The wife is always commenting to me how people in other 4wds wave at her. She has my Disco during the week as her daily driver.


brooksy

Posted: February 5th, 2008, 11:30 pm
by croozy
maybe they're waving at her brooksy & not the disco..........just maybe????

Posted: February 6th, 2008, 8:09 am
by Chester
I spot Brendon at the pub now and then usually cause i am sitting there as well

Posted: February 6th, 2008, 6:39 pm
by A.J.
Hey, I have seen Harb, or at least his Troopy (rego 4WD2) a few hours ago on the Great Western Highway in Glenbrook. Towards Katoomba.

Apparently broken down or some other problem as he was crawling around underneath it :crazy: Had a big trailer on the back too.

I was heading the other direction otherwise I would've pulled over to see whats going on.

Posted: February 6th, 2008, 7:58 pm
by croozy
headin' to Norwell & ipswich on monday so i will try & keep an eye out for anyone wearing the thread stripes. only thing is i'll be in a truck

Posted: February 6th, 2008, 9:00 pm
by MUDRATGQ
mr_cougar79 wrote:oh and by the way Mudrat i cant put a radio in the work truck cos im in about 3 of them everyday...Never the same one to often so its to hard to setup...A handheld would be prob a good idea but then theres buying one and money to me is like winning the lotto its gone b4 i even see it these days lol,need a second job i think(dont we all with the way everything is increasing)...Anyway put me down for that snow run as Brenda has never seen actual snow b4 so would be a good drive....
Cmon Mat an ya call me slack lol just kiddin mate yeah the missis an yourself will have a ball mate it's a great trip.

Posted: February 6th, 2008, 9:24 pm
by woolgoolgaoffroad
A.J. wrote:Hey, I have seen Harb, or at least his Troopy (rego 4WD2) a few hours ago on the Great Western Highway in Glenbrook. Towards Katoomba.

Apparently broken down or some other problem as he was crawling around underneath it :crazy: Had a big trailer on the back too.

I was heading the other direction otherwise I would've pulled over to see whats going on.
nar all good, he just ran over a small animal, i wanted the skin for a new money bag..................:D

Posted: February 6th, 2008, 9:37 pm
by Corindi
A.J. wrote:Had a big trailer on the back too.
A small trailer just wouldn't look right behind either of the 4wd troopys. Hope it was nothing major.........maybe just Harb trying to work out how and why it goes harder than 4wd1

Posted: February 7th, 2008, 2:24 am
by Harb
A.J. wrote:Hey, I have seen Harb, or at least his Troopy (rego 4WD2) a few hours ago on the Great Western Highway in Glenbrook. Towards Katoomba.

Apparently broken down or some other problem as he was crawling around underneath it :crazy: Had a big trailer on the back too.

I was heading the other direction otherwise I would've pulled over to see whats going on.
Haha yeah it was Micheles truck, but it wasn't the problem, the trailer sput an axle out.....the old wheel overtaking you type thing hehehe,
the lads where on there way to bathurst, so I had to go and rescue them.....then go to bathurst myself in one of the other trucks.....just got back from coming back and dragging the trailer home....about 3.30am.....oh the joys of being in bussiness....:D

Posted: February 7th, 2008, 5:53 am
by woolgoolgaoffroad
Truck number 2, the cooks truck !!!!
cant say too much

Posted: February 7th, 2008, 6:57 pm
by A.J.
@ Harb: You must live somewhere out west as I see your car(s) around Penrith and the Blue Mountains quite often :thumb:

I do deliveries all over Sydney so I see a few guys around. Unfortunatey I don't drive a 4WD for work...... If I'd be in my Patrol it would be easier for you to spot me ;)

Posted: February 7th, 2008, 7:32 pm
by d3m0n1c_4b
babylux wrote:Yeah mate seen your little aussie flag the other day. I drive past (coming from Coorparoo to Mount Gravatt) every day at 5:15 to 5:25 Iam in the work ute so you wouldnt notice.
yeah, normally i dont finish till nearly 6 nowadays.
hilux_bondy_007 wrote:d3m0n1c_4b mate i think i have seen u a few days oin logan rd...no havin a 4wd (since in the shop) u try not lookin otherwise u start missing the car more.
lol, unlucky. thats why i'm hesitant to start any major work on mine, dont want to be without it for too long, not that i actually get out all that often.

Posted: February 8th, 2008, 4:24 pm
by MUDRATGQ
d3m0n1c_4b wrote:yeah, normally i dont finish till nearly 6 nowadays.

lol, unlucky. thats why i'm hesitant to start any major work on mine, dont want to be without it for too long, not that i actually get out all that often.
That just all part of the fun lol