Today's Brick Kiln Farm video

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Hey Sripad
Thanks for the entertainment, was that your cruiser trying to go up that wet
hill and if so did it get up in the end. Not really a place to bring a nice
shiny 80 cruiser. Glad you had a good day.
cheers
john 92HDJ 80 1HDT
 
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Hi Sripad,
Nice to meet you, briefly as it was. Unfortunately my mate's LJ70 is a bit
sick after sucking mud through the turbo due to a pipe coming off at an
unfortunate time. GULP !!!!. So he has to strip down the turbo and maybe
take head off to have a look.
Luckily my KZJ70 performed like a beast, except for that hill ;-) which is
only down to tyres as you say :).
Thanks
Martin.
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Hey Sripad
Yea looking forward to meeting you again and having a bit of craic, but will
yea stop with the messing about getting me bogged down in water and mud 100s
of miles from home.
I am sorry about the slaging about being the pathfinder but you really don't
want to see me crying when my cruiser is stuck now do you..
If and when I do come over I cant afford to have any damage done because
its a long way to limp or get carried home on a transporter full of shame.
Im interested to see what is said about Chas and his playing in the water
and then a wheel comes off.
Not nice thoughts if it happened to me in the UK.
You want to take me and my cruiser which only has At's like yours.
Im now thinking about money when it comes to the cruiser and the upkeep of
it something to do with all the bad luck, and not so much what I want to do
or experience in it.
I think I have to air on the side of caution to keep it going, which is crap
but thats life at the moment.
cheers
john 92HDJ 80 1HDT
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I didn't take my Landcruiser to Brick kiln farm because it doesn't have good
offroad tyres.
Not really a place to bring a nice shiny 80 cruiser.
Some parts of Brick kiln farm is too narrow for the 80 series. Also It is
damaging. When you are here next time let me know and I will take you to
Brick kiln farm. It is near Alton (only 10 miles from Basingstoke). You have
to pay ?10 to the farmer.
Cheers,
Sripad
Basingstoke, UK
1990 LJ70 2.4TD
V8 Classic Range Rover
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Yes I might consider those for mine, do you think they would be as good or
better then Discoverer STT tyres for off road, they are twice the price and
are suppose to be a good tyre.
I Currently have the ST version which are just like all terrains.
Might have to change them to Recip Trial.
Regards
Martin.
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Hi John,
No I didn=92t make it up the hill despite trying very hard.
My mate did in his LJ70 though, although he has mud tyres that are taller on
his.
I have no doubt you would have scratched the nice 80 series though between
some of those trees.
Regards
Martin.
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