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    Preordered a week ago for local hard freeze supply collection at 9:00am tomorrow ÖÖ.6 X 5kg Blocks & 12 X Cubed ICE (not that meth-phet sole destroying crud)
    Should keep tomorrowís Fair Dinkum Shenaniganís cold enough for EOY ďWeíre Still AliveĒ Top Team Celebrations


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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Lokka? What made you decide on this type of locker?
    Sorry Mark, didnít see your question before now..

    A Lokka suits the way I use the Patrol. I donít do any hard stuff so this will just give me a cost effective way to add a bit of an advantage that might be helpful one day.

    Itís easy to fit myself in the shed. Iíve had the axles out before so no surprises there. Iíll just need to be careful with the diff centre weight.

    I couldnít really justify the other options at twice the price, or more, for the amount of time I use the Patrol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jff45 View Post
    Sorry Mark, didnít see your question before now..

    A Lokka suits the way I use the Patrol. I donít do any hard stuff so this will just give me a cost effective way to add a bit of an advantage that might be helpful one day.

    Itís easy to fit myself in the shed. Iíve had the axles out before so no surprises there. Iíll just need to be careful with the diff centre weight.

    I couldnít really justify the other options at twice the price, or more, for the amount of time I use the Patrol.
    Fair enough mate. Will take some getting used to I would think having the lokka constantly engaged whilst in 4wd.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Fair enough mate. Will take some getting used to I would think having the lokka constantly engaged whilst in 4wd.


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    Iíve read a fair bit about them and it just means you need to change some driving habits slightly. If you donít take your corners under power, the teeth slip easier to allow the differential action.
    If it really gets annoying on long stretches where you canít really get by with 2WD, you can simply unlock one hub.
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    A high lift jack base for mud/sand
    2008 CRD Auto Wagon
    Factory snorkel, flashlube catchcan pro, 3" manta exhaust, hpd boost controller, dyno-tuned & egr deleted, 2x dual batt systems, 3 batteries, arb bullbar, cheap HIDs, stock lift/tyres, rear helper airbags

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    Hated by most PF Mate for genuine dangerous reasons but I still carry a couple of High Lifts for work and play on my steel tray utes and chunky steel trailers.
    Best can openers ever on wagon body/doors they can be and cheapo ones of old have nearly taken my face clean off skipping a cog
    Keep em super clean, CRC handy, and learn their mechanics/flaws prior to operation Brother
    Pumpkin/Exhaust jacks kindly educated to me here too a few years back for sand is my first go to these days on the GU wagon


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    Traded some used tires for such jack type some 10 years ago. Mine is a T-Max. It was a good deal since the tires would eventually get useless and the jack is still around, but I confess I have never had the guts to really use it. It is a cool tool but dangerous as it can be. And it must weight half my weight, that is another factor, LOL.
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    New 3kw renogy inverter arrived today to replace the previous unit I have that may have acid fume affected control boards from when a Calcium battery shit itself one weekend and filled the cabin with acrid vapour - ol' @MudRunnerTD can attest to the delightful pong and throat tickling coming up that TAF track when @MB ran out of fuel. Big bugger it is too.

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    Needed anew mower for the block, and after hunting around decided on a Cub Cadet with 60" cut zero turn style, monster beast, handles 500mm grass easily at reasonable speed, cut the required 15m wide fire breaks on the 13ac block in 4 hrs, happy days.

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    Kings 200w folding solar with mppt and extension cable to charge second battery on special $199 so itís now sitting folded in half on my dash charging the battery while I have the fridge running to see how long before the battery runs down.
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