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Unread 22nd June 2019, 09:11 PM
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Great setup! Should work well.
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Unread 23rd June 2019, 03:32 AM
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The lip on the folded seat would give me grief I reckon, but the length would make it worth it.
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Unread 27th June 2019, 12:38 PM
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was great again near sea... amazing sunset


with morning coffe just near car


what a great thing hi lift jack mountings makes works on car so fast and easy other time could leave those places empty or put shackle adapters.


and bed now dont have lip or step or anything that would be oncomfortable to lay on bed because i just put there extra layer under that place so it makes it flat.
its just that side with coller and box its little higher then those 2 boxes on other side. but i made that so it could be used too like ones of us like to sleep higher and other likes more flat surface for head so we could pick side we like . i treid both sides and they feel different but both still comfy , and best thing those 3 boxes have so much space now that we dont need to keep extra bags inside car all just fits into boxes , even my car stuff i put there some tools even.
still extra battery dont have its space so its just being over front seat where foot space is and then at night it must be still moved to front . but other stuff even hi lift jack could put in places very fast.
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Unread 27th June 2019, 07:01 PM
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Beautiful pictures!
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Unread 9th July 2019, 07:24 AM
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how VDC cuts engine power to moment where your wheels dont spin but car dont move forward as well. and its sounds pathetic too. Why VDC cuts power there i wonder ? i want to move forward so leave all power there... or its mys engine thats too weak there? would H6 3.0 make difference there ?
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another VDC test. strangely VDC was letting front wheel spin that had less traction but then it thought things up and gave some torque to other wheels i guess. well because that wheel that was digging still had some grip at least
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Unread 17th July 2019, 03:20 PM
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long way from factory
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Unread 17th July 2019, 06:36 PM
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Good catch.
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Unread 17th July 2019, 07:27 PM
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yeah once in a life time of this car .... i was driving with people in car and suddenly i stopped in middle of road and they went ... what ?? whats wrong ? ?? !!!!! nothing just need to make pic now its important ... haha lol .
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