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The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:51 pm
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:50 pm
Saw similar when I was in Cornwall earlier in the year. That tie a tractor got it moving
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:17 pm
See Teeps, it's not the car you need to feel so smug about, because lets face it, a Range Rover in the right hands is a formidable machine.

However, sadly this particular motor was blinged up with "look at me" wheels and stupid red door handles (because they always make a 4x4 so much more capable.... Rolling Eyes )

The problems started with the wheels, 20 inch and clad with rubber bands. Not a good combination even on the road! Shite in the wet and worse in the snow.

Then the problem was compounded by the fact the driver was a tool. Who tries to launch a fuckiing jet ski on a beach wish shite wheels & tyres??

Idiot!
The Transit recovery drivers came in for a slagging too, yet it was they who pulled this wreck from the sea! Cops came along and did the bully bit, showing their "authority" when the Trannies got stuck.

But what the Transit guys failed to do was knock the car into "N" and release the parking brake. That right there is why they failed to haul her fat arse out the sand because she dug in.

It's a sad reflection on society that the car got stuck in the 1st place and then the guys who did a sterling job of pulling it out of the sea get trolled for their efforts.

I think they should be given an award for what they did, well above & beyond what most sad little shits do these days and far more heroic than stupid foozballers.
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:45 pm
You appear to know far more about this than is shown in the link.
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:03 pm
Should've bought a Land Cruiser... Wink Laughing
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:39 pm
Indeed.
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Mon Jul 30, 2018 2:58 pm
Teeps wrote:You appear to know far more about this than is shown in the link.


he's right though......a 4x4 with massive alloys and slick tyres is not a 4x4 any more, its a shite lump with road tyres
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Mon Jul 30, 2018 6:46 pm
We were following it on FB Range Rover and the Landy Zone as well Wink
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Re: The ultimate offroader? Not quite.

on Mon Jul 30, 2018 7:19 pm
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