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Thread: Buttock clenching 4 x 4 moment !

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    Default Buttock clenching 4 x 4 moment !


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    HAHA BRILLIANT how to scare a banksman! a little touch of skill to correct the wall climb too, thats ace!

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    Resnikov and I hada little moment like that!!
    Hammocks and Tarps set close to perfection!

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    Not such an uncommon moment of off roaders, things happen and you just pukker up the buttocks, then laugh about them,.....
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    A bit like the start of this (and this is me driving!)

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    Thats brilliant!
    Hammocks and Tarps set close to perfection!

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    i think this is quite impressive

    http://youtu.be/JOKIeaqtPzY


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_t View Post
    i think this is quite impressive

    http://youtu.be/JOKIeaqtPzY


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    Great stuff thanks for showing.

    My sons in the middle of a landrover course at the moment & has been doing off road pursuit driving & gets paid for it !

    Rob

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    Some of the stuff we have been doing in the club this year

    http://slroc.com/events2012.htm
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    Was that Bovingdon? Friends and I used to go there in the early 1980's with AWDC to play and watch the safari racing. Along with looking at and inside the tanks and other bits of machinery. I like the Pinzgauer clip, it's a size bigger than my old Haflinger so follows the wheel tracks well. The little Haflinger was always lop sided as it had to run one side in the wheel trench and the other on the centre. I had a couple of those wheelies with the diff-locks in on hills. I preferred a companion in the cab as this made the front a little heavier, but there was never a rush for this space! No one ever used the rear seats except for laughing at...or the squabs to sit on when stationary. :-)
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    Excellent fun

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    Why's that pr**k standing in front of it!

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    The chap in front is called a banks-man to give a visual over unseable ground, he and the driver obviously didnt have a chat about what would happen if he lost grip,

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    worth a watch if you have the time

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    That brings back some memories Swyn - Bovington Tank Range with the AWDC in the early 1980's. The open Drive Around Days were the best, you could leave the main areas and drive what seemed like miles across the range ... only not on your own. Get stuck or breakdown and they would never find you!

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