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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    What was the crack pressure before you had then reduced to 110? Did AG supply both the injectors and the pump? Were you ever told of this relationship between the pump and the injector cracking pressure or the timing adjustment? Seems like some disconnect here mark?
    Your telling me!!! I was never informed of the relationship between the three mate. Not by any workshop I had been too. Even after speaking to AG a couple of times, nothing was mentioned until the last conversation. I was like, why wasn't this bought up earlier?

    Anyhow, I'll do as it spec'd then go from there.

    The crack pressures were ranging from 105 to 125bar between the six. This all only started since the one of the first lot of injectors failed, so the lot were replaced. Then I was seeing the issues. All fell on deaf ears, the response was all bigger HP TDs get hot. Yeah I do expect it to get warmer, but like any owner, you know your car and what it does and perform, so you notice when something is not quite right.

    Keen to see the outcome of this now.

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    Just about finished the minor make over of the rear. And I couldn't be happier!!
    Storage box from Horizon Touring is fitted and the lithium battery, charger and all 12V whizbang sitting in there. Draws gone. Fitted up the fridge slide and the fridge cage. Everything else stored neatly in the Expedition tubs. (1 tub pictured, more on the way). Fridge slide and cage are designed and fitted, so that I can remove easily in minutes, if i need room in the rear. Just waiting for the barn table to arrive and pretty much done.

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    Looks great mate. I saw how Tim Bates did his rear, yours is similar, nothing wrong with that. I use tubs in the rear of mine, but they're the KI TAB tubs, I use 2 x 60 litre ones. I reckon tubs are the way to go. You can carry 'em into the house, you carry 'em to the car, to the tent, to the river etc etc. They're also way lighter than drawers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10G View Post
    Looks great mate. I saw how Tim Bates did his rear, yours is similar, nothing wrong with that. I use tubs in the rear of mine, but they're the KI TAB tubs, I use 2 x 60 litre ones. I reckon tubs are the way to go. You can carry 'em into the house, you carry 'em to the car, to the tent, to the river etc etc. They're also way lighter than drawers.
    I love Batesy's setup. And I so wish I could rip the second row seats out turning it into a two seater like he did. But family etc...

    Different people camp differently.
    I've personally realized, ,I'm a tubber. Even when I had draws etc, I'd bring tubs for food etc and have the tubs sitting outside of the vehicle under the table or something. If I'm setting up for a few days/nights, ,I even take the fridge out and it sits in on the stand. Having to continuously get inside the vehicle for food/beer got daunting very fast... And like you said, when home put the storage tubs in the garage.
    As for the draws. I had the Kings ones and they are an awesome bit of kit ,best value for $ draws IMO. But they werent for me. Only reason I installed a set was cause I got them for zilch. Continuously carrying 80kg of dead weight (not including the gear), considering how often I go away... Was not viable for me. I've been meaning to rip them out for a long time.
    Little while ago i was at bunnings and had to transport something home and it just didnt fit...And that tipped me over the edge. I went home and draws were ripped out within half an hour and that was that.
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    Couldn’t agree more now Legends
    For our old family GU wagon with 80kg drawers @Clunk indirectly inspired us for a reconsider via his preferred GQ wagon tub usage for all the same reasons above and more (final GVM weights) etc....
    Lo and behold back then, behind the scenes @FNQGU soon after released his world class Expedition 134 mobile storage boxes and we were SOLD!!
    Personally never looking back, tough stackable/mobile boxes are unsolicited the only way to go traveling now IMHO


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    Decent boxes also make for the bestest lazy man windy tent pegs in rock solid gravel pits



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    A big job removing ones 80kg wasted tool drawers to step up box needed practically



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    Took it for a drive, did quick Miners track loop to see how the river is looking after the fires (@Mallacoota). Bush starting to come back good, good to see most of the big Banksias coming back. River pretty scorched still but still lovely. .



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    Awesome @Rossco.
    Love it how you sound like, oh yeah just took it for a quick drive... to Mallacoota lol.
    Also that last photo, unless you look closely, I'd have sworn that burn stick on the left is a black snake....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Awesome @Rossco.
    Love it how you sound like, oh yeah just took it for a quick drive... to Mallacoota lol.....
    The Skinny Bushman & his Silver Brumby love to travel that’s for sure Hodgey Mate!
    Ask him where his new weekender holiday house is




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