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Thread: Rear Winches - Lowering Down versus Hauling Dead Vehicles Up

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    Looks awesome but wow you've over done it again markie haha

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    I know right

    Q: How did the busted GQ Ute driver get himself out of the bush?
    A: On his little mowterbikey!

    Q: How did the GQ Ute break?
    A: His mowterbikey on the back

    Hopefully 70rwkw & 63% reduction gears @ 1kmph will ease through some silly stretches



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    FWIW: This under 4 minutes removable build contraption is not for full tilt gnarly VHC adventures and or Tasmanian west coast madness

    Life is too short and looking to get away solo trucking more often with our girls whenever they each want/need and or myself alone more regularly too.
    Base camp the Ute when required and Aggy potter around covering heaps more scenic sites as the little Red Ripper is fully road registered with pillion pegs and Pizza always ready in the Expedition Box


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    I know right

    Q: How did the busted GQ Ute driver get himself out of the bush?
    A: On his little mowterbikey!

    Q: How did the GQ Ute break?
    A: His mowterbikey on the back

    Hopefully 70rwkw & 63% reduction gears @ 1kmph will ease through some silly stretches



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    Next mod coming up for testing depths before the bronze whaler trailer goes in lol




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    GOLD AB....Love IT



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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    AggyBike is on and ready for an adventure finally
    Just need some fork chocks and better tie down angles and we’re off to pull some mono’s.....in the GQ up some rocky hills
    Nice work MB,

    My home made job 19 years ago, its still sitting out the back unfinished, prolly go into the scrap bin now that I don't have the bike anymore

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    That’s a Ripper Toddstar
    TOO Good to scrap mate


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    Need to be mindful of your rear overhang. Measured from the centre of the rear wheels/axles to the extreme end, it should be more than 60% of the distance between front and rear wheel centres or 3.7m, whichever is less. I think that is standard across all states.

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    Thanks BB Mate, Appreciated
    Bugger....looks like I’m 200mm over that, going to have to shorten the rear light bar and its support arms back, is still doable



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    Friggin love this rear Sherpa Mule, great for Tasmanian Toyota’s behind and Sunday solo works with no innocent bystanders within cooee




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    Yes……I stopped and utilised our articulated loader once the winch line angle applied some only slight train wheel side pressure


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