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    Quote Originally Posted by ITS60S View Post
    I had some KO2's and my god they were diabolical in the wet, rear wheel drift I can handle but front wheel wash out just rolling through roundabouts was a bit hard to get past!
    Sounds like car balance not tyre grip


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    I've had KO2s on the jeep for probably 20-30K ks and they have been fine on and offroad.. no issue in the wet. Obviously not as much grip on the road as a highway tyre, but that's as to be expected.

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    messing around with camping set up.. gonna trial this so i can set up the car and awnings and still explore around on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperHoon View Post


    hooked the snorkel up, one of the last jobs on the patrol before its done.

    makes a racket.
    That sounds awesome, would be so much fun on a beach.

    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    messing around with camping set up.. gonna trial this so i can set up the car and awnings and still explore around on the bike.
    I have a very similar setup, but I chuck my WR450 on the back. I would also recommend to move your plate to the bike rack, because if you drive like that and you get an arsehole of a cop, you're toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurbostyleR View Post
    That sounds awesome, would be so much fun on a beach.



    I have a very similar setup, but I chuck my WR450 on the back. I would also recommend to move your plate to the bike rack, because if you drive like that and you get an arsehole of a cop, you're toast.
    actually hadn't thought of that, thanks.
    i think the bike is a bit too big might need something smaller, but finding something retro themed is hard.

    secretly it's just there for when the landrover breaks down though

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    Looks like a cool setup Sam. Just order an accessory plate from QT, it's what I run on my bike carrier and have never had any police issues.

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