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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontbumfab View Post
    This is running 2inch iron man spring and shock. They work great and take a punishing. Havnt found a fault yet!
    Damn cut gaurds are mean lookin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontbumfab View Post
    Haha shes a good old pig. Other mods are bolt out of radius armfor mad flex and a welded front diff. And there 39.5x18s on 15x12s
    Gotta be 4.2td
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustyboner81 View Post
    Gotta be 4.2td
    Haha nah mate tb42 carby. Pod filter out the bonnet now and has a chopped drivers door. Standard gearing to hahah. No such thing as low range

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontbumfab View Post
    This is running 2inch iron man spring and shock. They work great and take a punishing. Havnt found a fault yet!
    Do you take that beast on the road?

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    I have seen people with cut doors like that, what is the purpose for it? Easier to jump in and out in situations where you can't open the door?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    I have seen people with cut doors like that, what is the purpose for it? Easier to jump in and out in situations where you can't open the door?
    So you can see better out the door

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    Nah mate no road driving. Out our back gate straight into good tracks. Yeah when climbing you can really see over bonnet so leaning out atleast you can see abit. Deoends if the navvy helps or not haha. Had it on massive angle and hasnt fell over yet.

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    Product Review - Adventure Kings GPS 1080p Full HD Dashcam.

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    I had been tempted to buy one of these cameras for a while. The one that I had been using worked ok but the vision wasn't as clear as I wanted. Luckily a mate bought one for himself & decided to get me one as an early christmas present.

    First impressions were good, the unit is a nice size for mounting out of the way on the windscreen. A separate GPS unit mounts to the glass with 3M double sided tape & acts as a holder for the camera. Once the camera is on the windscreen there is no left to right adjustment, only up & down.

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    GPS unit attached to the windscreen.

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    The whole unit mounted on the windscreen below rear vision mirror.

    A long power cord is supplied & is fitted with a cigarette plug on one end & a mini USB at the other. The Camera automatically turns on & starts recording when the engine is started.

    Vision is stored on a mini SD card, up to a 64 Gig card can be used. At the highest recording quality it uses around 500 megabytes per 5 minutes of recording. Recordings can be made for 5,3 or 1 minute intervals & will record over the oldest files once the card is full. Files can be locked so they are saved for later.

    The quality of the video is impressive at 1920 x 1080 & 1278 X 720, nice clear image, have yet to try it at lower resolutions. the camera can also take still photos. Your name, the date, speed & GPS co-ordinates can be displayed on the video.


    Screenshot from video footage.

    The unit has an inbuilt G sensor & can also be used as a parking camera & will automatically start recording if the vehicle is bumped.

    Thats about where the good news ends.


    The GPS unit is useless. Out of all the tracks I have recorded not one has been accurate. It takes a good 5 minutes for the unit to get a lock when it is first turned on & then seems to loose signal after a while, the track jumps all over the place. This happens with my mates camera as well. If you need to record a track I`d avise using a reliable GPS instead of this camera.






    Some of the recorded GPS tracks. As you can see, not very accurate!.

    The 1 inch screen is only good for lining up the camera. The writing is so small I needed to use a magnifier to see it. This applies to the menu display as well.

    There is no internal battery, so if it is not used for a couple of days the time, date, etc has to be re-entered. You cannot take the camera out of the vehicle to use.

    The main selling point of this unit is it`s ability to record vision & GPS track at the same time. As it does not record the GPS track accurately it is only doing half the job it is supposed to do. May as well just buy a decent action camera instead.

    I`m glad I did not purchase this camera as it does not live up to expectations. As a dashcam it works a treat, but as a a GPS unit it fails miserably.
    "Yet, upon the whole, the space I traversed is unlikely to become the haunt of civilized man....." - Charles Sturt

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