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Having drowned my frontera a few weeks ago I was unsure I'd ever being doing this again but as it turns out a couple of quid and it was up and running again. So in celebration of this I've fitted the winch bumper, painted the wheels black and serviced the engine.
That's not the point of the post though, as trip to Avon Dassett was, so here's the pics of the truck and the site, enjoy
truck with newly painted wheels and winch bumper
now to the site
my mates trooper
finally, a disco driver rolled his car into the soup (thick), bad enough but his window was open and everything flew out when he rolled, so not only was his car lined with mud the poor guy was searching through the mud for his satnav and phone plus other odds n sods
Looks good mate....havent been there for ages...used to live just up the road in Bishops Itchington....
Check out the index thread below where pics/reviews from all our past meets can be found!!!!
click here for the SE Events Index/links Thread...see all the reviews and whats coming up soon!
Looks like I'm in trouble with the Mrs's again...
She asked me what I'd most like to do to her body...
Apparently "Identify it" is not the correct answer!
MAKE IT or BREAK IT! TEAMXTREME4X4
Looks good mate, You must have had a great day out... Your truck looks super as well
SHE MUST GET BIGGER BOOTS
As a non Frontera owner but the proud owner of a Trooper, I hope you permit me to post!!
I'm attempting to post vids so bear with me
But in the mean time............. Darkwolfe's brother & his mean green Defender, he made me promise not to show this picture!!
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awe that looks well good fun that places loads of muddy water
1989 Isuzu Trooper 2.6 (3.1 conversion )
1990 Isuzu Bighorn Lotus Edition Hi roof 2.8td
1998 Vauxhall Omega Estate Elite 3.0 v6
that looks cool is it too extreme for complete beginner? cause i only live in warwick and fancy a go!
will it kill my petrol fronty/ should i have a go in wifes disco first?
IF A CABLE TIE CANT FIX IT ITS FECKED
Frontera lovers from Caledonia
It was a great day out and for a change we didn't manage to break either Isuzu (trooper, frontera) but as ever one of the trio of cars did suffer but for a change it was the defender.
I'd say the course was suitable for all levels and you just may surprise yourself. Go on you know you want to.
Go when its wet. The wetter the better. Go when its dry and its a truck killer. My MOT guy has a heavierly modded green oval and is up there whenever its open, he says the same, wet = ok, dry = truck killer.
There are some easy sections, and some more diffulcult ones.
Here's a thread from when myself, damrabbit and colley went.
For what it's worth it was worth all the while
It's something unpredictable but in the end is right
I hope you have the time of your life
Green Day - Good Riddence (Time of your life)
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