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    Thread: The everything Land Rover thread.

    1. 02-02-2007 05:38 PM #51
      Quote, originally posted by VR6GURU »

      Haha. That winch would last about 10 seconds if that thing ever saw any real trail time.

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      02-02-2007 06:52 PM #52
      Quote, originally posted by vdublover »
      Haha. That winch would last about 10 seconds if that thing ever saw any real trail time.

      I'm not arguing here but I'm curious as to what makes you say that?

    3. 02-03-2007 07:45 PM #53
      Mounting the winch that low totally killed approach angle on it. I would bash the hell out of that thing on a regular basis.
      Here's a pic of the front of my Jeep. I ram the tow hooks into rocks at least once every time I go out on the trail. Maybe that's why they're so bent and don't have any paint left on them?

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      02-03-2007 10:20 PM #54
      Quote, originally posted by veedweeb »

      I saw a Disco like this in town a couple months ago. Odd, because we never had this pre-facelift model in North America.

    5. 02-07-2007 02:43 AM #55
      Here's my Disco, 3" RTE lift with Fox 10" remote res. shocks, 235/85/16 BFG MTR, soon to be 34x10s on beadlocks (not the crappy fake kind either). TJM bumper w/ Superwinch EP9 and synth line. Onboard air, recently upgraded to a ViAir 450, Hella 4000s on the roof, 1000s on the bumper (they are still street legal), next major mods are lockers and HD axels, then I need to build a rear bumper and rock sliders, then stiffen the chassis a little bit and do an engine cage, possibly a full internal roll cage, some Sparco seats and 5 point harnesess. Right now it holds it's own just fine, will keep up with most buggies out in the desert, and all but the most hardcore rock crawlers and truggies on the trail. Unfortunatly I don't have a ton of great action shots, usualy go out with just 1 or 2 other trucks so I spend a whole lot of time spotting and not much shooting. Also if you Roverheads havn't heard of it check out LRRForums.com







      Last weekend I was out at an MDR race pre-running and working chase for a 1400 class team, couple weeks from now it will be the Calico Mine trail in So Cal, this summer is Moab, Colorado, and the Rubicon.
      Now for some other random Rover related shots






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      02-07-2007 11:37 AM #56
      I am up in Santa Barbara. You ever do any local wheelin?

    7. 02-07-2007 02:42 PM #57
      There's not much local in SB. There are a few trails up the 154, though I've never been up there. Gorman is reasonably close, and there are some trails in Piru and Ojai. Pismo isn't too bad of a drive, and there are plenty of mild trails out in the Angelos Ntl. forest area. On the 2nd 3rd and 4th there are a bunch of us heading out to Calico near Bartsow for a club run. Check out LRRForums.com and SCLR.org those are the two main forums and clubs in the area, and there are enough people in and around Ventura/SB/T.O. and such that somebody will be up for wheeling pretty much any weekend.

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      02-07-2007 07:24 PM #58
      oh, I know all the local trails, just wondered where you went. Miller Jeep can be a fun one, but will have changed a lot since the fire.
      sorry for the thread jack.

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      02-08-2007 10:08 PM #59
      I also have a few buddies with Rovers Mine is still stock except for the coil spring conversion, But Im about to raise it. Right now they all go to Mojave alot. maybe we should all hook up and have one big rover outing
      and of course more




      lol I had to


    10. 02-12-2007 08:40 AM #60
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      That is cool.

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      02-12-2007 05:14 PM #61

      hell yes

    12. 02-15-2007 01:18 AM #62
      Just brought this back from France...
      [IMG]http://render2.snapfish.com/render2/is=Yup6aQQ%7C%3Dup6RKKt%3AxxrKUp7BHD7KPfrj%3DQofrj 7t%3DzrRfDUX%3AeQaQxg%3Dr%3F87KR6xqpxQQQaxoQoxJnox v8uOc5xQQQ00QeJnQ0eoqpfVtB%3F*KUp7BHSHqqy7XH6gXPGe %7CRup6lQQ%7C/of=50,590,442[/IMG]

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      02-17-2007 08:43 PM #63
      Quote, originally posted by Vanagon-S »
      Just brought this back from France...
      [IMG]http://render2.snapfish.com/render2/is=Yup6aQQ%7C%3Dup6RKKt%3AxxrKUp7BHD7KPfrj%3DQofrj 7t%3DzrRfDUX%3AeQaQxg%3Dr%3F87KR6xqpxQQQaxoQoxJnox v8uOc5xQQQ00QeJnQ0eoqpfVtB%3F*KUp7BHSHqqy7XH6gXPGe %7CRup6lQQ%7C/of=50,590,442[/IMG]

      Wow thats freakin cool. Was it hard to bring it in?

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      02-28-2007 03:15 AM #64
      Bringing her Back up








    15. 02-28-2007 03:31 AM #65
      So do you have any pictures of LR's being anything other than fancy tractors? Or is that it?
      Let's see some more pics of them actually doing something other than driving through a hay field.

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      03-01-2007 04:56 PM #66
      Quote, originally posted by vdublover »
      So do you have any pictures of LR's being anything other than fancy tractors? Or is that it?
      Let's see some more pics of them actually doing something other than driving through a hay field.


      Two words for you Camel Trophy





      And if you have doubts check these videos
      Camel Trophy in the Amazon
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      Camel trophy in Siberia
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      Guyana Brazil
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      one more
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      Just do a search on you tube for camel trophy.

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      03-14-2007 02:19 AM #67
      Here's my first Rover.

      [IMG]http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n100/mrburns71/MVC-267F.jpg[/IMG


      IMG]http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n100/mrburns71/MVC-257F.jpg[/IMG]



      I was driving home from four wheeling going southbound on the freeway with my cruise control set to 75MPH at 10:15 at night. I hit a Coyote which bent the steering rod, and away I went.

      The Disco made a hard left which blew the tires off the bead and I rolled about five times across oncoming traffic. Luckily I didn't "collect" anyone else during my ride. I finally stopped on my roof facing northbound.
      I blew all of the bloodvessels in my eyes, blew both ear drums out from ponding my head against the roof as it caved in, had a beat up shoulder from the seatbelt, and a few minor cuts. Nothing else.
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      03-14-2007 02:26 AM #68
      I liked the experience so much i had to get another Disco.






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    20. 03-14-2007 03:18 AM #70
      Quote, originally posted by MuddyMudskipper »
      Here's my first Rover.

      I was driving home from four wheeling going southbound on the freeway with my cruise control set to 75MPH at 10:15 at night. I hit a Coyote which bent the steering rod, and away I went.

      The Disco made a hard left which blew the tires off the bead and I rolled about five times across oncoming traffic. Luckily I didn't "collect" anyone else during my ride. I finally stopped on my roof facing northbound.
      I blew all of the bloodvessels in my eyes, blew both ear drums out from ponding my head against the roof as it caved in, had a beat up shoulder from the seatbelt, and a few minor cuts. Nothing else.

      hey..that looks like it was pretty bad never seen a disco mangled like that, at least you made it through that

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      03-14-2007 04:37 PM #71
      Quote, originally posted by vdublover »
      So do you have any pictures of LR's being anything other than fancy tractors? Or is that it?
      Let's see some more pics of them actually doing something other than driving through a hay field.

      As a matter of fact I do.

      It's a tractor winching a flopped Jeep.
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    22. 03-15-2007 02:00 PM #72

      wherez can i geta tracotr like dem?

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      03-19-2007 05:18 PM #74

      My backyard.
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      Marilyn in a Series I
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