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    Prado

    Picked up the new daily on Wednesday.

    Will be a daily/work hack for me and a weekend get away car once we do a few mods. Done almost 500klm in it so far.

    Plans are second battery, inverter etc, awning/side tent, bull bar, better tyres, rear draw set up for my work crap.
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    few more pics...

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    Low RPM tacho for a v6

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    Gunna swap to a high rpm one when its run in.

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    4 months and almost 10 thousand klm on I am really enjoying this thing. Done a fair amount of weekend trips, mainly semi local within an hour or 2 of Sydney. No crazy 4x4 work yet, just a few fire trails and national parks.

    Planing a tassie trip on Dec/Jan. So far have fitted an awning, and have a few things like flooring and mozzie net to go with it. And a Darche tent that attaches to the end. Also planning a trip to cape York in July next year. So need a few more things before then. Anyone recommend a bullbat? Thinkin a AFN one.

    Had a run in with a p player on the weekend also. Going to repair it "pdr" style providing the rear door isn't scratched to deeply.

    Apologies for the sideways pics.


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    nice man, where is that pic on the beach?
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    Kyle bay, it's literally a just tiny bit wider than the photo. Small boat ramp and a little bit of sand.

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    Epic road trip over the Christmas break. Drove from Sydney to Tassie, and back over 10 days. did a total of 3300klm, averaged 9.4l/100. Some stinking hot days and freezing nights, overall great trip and looking forward to the next one.

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    I had one of these before the missus took it from me in a settlement
    Lift and tyres and it surprised me where it would go. The trac control works great in the steep stuff

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