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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Cross Country ultimate cooler. Pretty much the same as yours. Except the bracket looks different.


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    Yes CC & JT coolers they are very much the same build. JT does different inlet (hot side), for CRD only use the OEM 45 deg elbow to make the 90 deg bend hook up to turbo. JT cooler assy with fan no frame is 8.85kg.

    Mine was terrible under load and boost above 20psi. As Hodge said like a jet plane.

    TD42 and CRD frame may differ (not sure) but I had mine modified to accommodate 3" induction pipework. You need at least 5mm clearance between frame and cooler to allow for movement with the rubber isolators.

    Can discuss mod further if suits. Has made such a difference it was hell on the hwy hauling.
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    Just drove in from an awesome 3 days on my own around Woodspoint!

    Explored, prospect and hiked around finding some old miners settlements and old boilers, etc. one of the best trips I've done.

    Nearly stood on a snake in the middle of nowhere hiking along one of the tracks.

    Lockers saved me at one point heading down a seldom used track to explore an old mining spot.

    Kind of scary on your own as the track got steeper and steeper with no way to turn around so fully committed and just enough room for a 10 point turn.

    Would've been winching for hours without lockers. Photos doesn't do much.
















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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Just drove in from an awesome 3 days on my own around Woodspoint!

    Explored, prospect and hiked around finding some old miners settlements and old boilers, etc. one of the best trips I've done.

    Nearly stood on a snake in the middle of nowhere hiking along one of the tracks.

    Lockers saved me at one point heading down a seldom used track to explore an old mining spot.

    Kind of scary on your own as the track got steeper and steeper with no way to turn around so fully committed and just enough room for a 10 point turn.

    Would've been winching for hours without lockers. Photos doesn't do much.







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    Would have loved to see this site 100 years ago. Nice paved area, might have had a home there I assume.

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    Andy, would have been some pleasant quiet times, even though some high adrenaline moments. Great bridge building.

    Remember pocking around that general area yrs ago and came across some hop plants growing, must have been existing there for yrs and guess they were used for making yeast (hops and potatoes) to make beer.
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    Yeah that looks awesome AB and the weather was absolutely stunning for you. Very jealous mate

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    My pulse started racing when you said you found some "old boilers"... then all I see is some big metal round thing... not one single pic of the RSL on pension day
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    I am never taking my Jack Russel away prospecting ever again lol

    Bloody Jack kept wondering off into snake land and then tried to put him on the lead and the detector kept buzzing when he walked near it, bloody nightmare!




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    Awesome AB love that pic of the bridge. Yeah pretty cool just poking about exploring by yourself, have always meant to spend a bit more time around Woods Point so much stuff hidden out there. .

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    Give us the coordinates AB and I'll put it on the list looks like a fantastic spot .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    I am never taking my Jack Russel away prospecting ever again lol

    Bloody Jack kept wondering off into snake land and then tried to put him on the lead and the detector kept buzzing when he walked near it, bloody nightmare!




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    Definitely not a great quiet prospecting companion breed I agree. IIRC RB used to utilise them for suspended ceiling collar trace wiring runs. Hold a Cat or Rat up at the other end, lightweight bolt across them cardboard tiles and job done, remember ;-)


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