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Been meaning to do this for ages, the P38's been as good as gold except the air suspension.

Finally got the time so ordered a conversion kit from Paddocks.

All arrived on time, everything fitted a treat and the instructions were spot on.

Can't speak better than that, fitted some General Grabber tyres and she looks real nice now, all ready for the Artic trip on my next leave.

Bill

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I love the EAS. :D

How are you getting to the arctic?

Yes, its lovely when it works, also too bl**dy expensive to keep in good condition.

Harwich to Christiansand, across to Oslo then up North to Nordkapp and back down the West coast, thats the plan anyway.

Bill

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Yes, its lovely when it works, also too bl**dy expensive to keep in good condition.

Harwich to Kristiansand, across to Oslo then up North to Nordkapp and back down the West coast, thats the plan anyway.

Bill

Is that a new route? We're coming then going Kristiansand>Hirtshals drive to

Esjerg>Harwich and return. If you're coming down the west coast and get as

far as Stavanger pop in for a cup of tea. :D

And don't take the 'motorway' to Oslo, go via RV41/ 37 and pop into Rjukan.

(Heroes of Telemark, heavy water plant)

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Is that a new route? We're coming then going Kristiansand>Hirtshals drive to

Esjerg>Harwich and return. If you're coming down the west coast and get as

far as Stavanger pop in for a cup of tea. :D

And don't take the 'motorway' to Oslo, go via RV41/ 37 and pop into Rjukan.

(Heroes of Telemark, heavy water plant)

Apologies, Kristiansand, don't know about the Harwich crossing, had a lot of trouble to book it, Bath Travel finally did it for us, about 200 quid return for the Landrover and two passengers if I remember rightly, I know its all booked for about the beginning of September which fits in with my next leave, three vehicles going at the last count, looking forward to it and thanks for the info about Rjukan.

Regards Bill

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No problemo.

If you want any other tips on which roads to take/ not take then justgive

me a shout.

And if you come as far SW as Stavanger pop in for a cup of tea. Have a look at

the area here. Ryfylke

It's only 2.5 hrs to drive to Kristiansand from me.

Have you got any info on that crossing as I can't find any and would be interested

in looking into it.

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