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Soren Frimodt

Bobbed and caged RRC called The "JWH"

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1 hour ago, landroversforever said:

Did it make a good bang or just a boring crunch? 

Somewhere in between, initially thought it was just the 10 spline stub.. But then the wheel locked Up, and I knew it was the CV 😉😂

3 hours ago, deep said:

We all do now.  Thanks for doing the research on our behalf!

My pleasure 😁

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Handed it over to a friend for a short run at a Trials course so was able to film it in action myself (which was weird :D) Check it out:

 

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That climbs amazingly well considering lack of application of right foot, and the loose sandy surface -maybe there is something to this weight thing :) 

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8 hours ago, Bowie69 said:

That climbs amazingly well considering lack of application of right foot, and the loose sandy surface -maybe there is something to this weight thing :) 

Yes and the lovely grip of the Krawlers! I ran the 37" Discoverers for the first 1,5 week to get a good feeling of them and then switched to the Krawlers for the remaining 1,5 weeks and even running a higher pressure because of the tubes in the Krawlers the grip was noticeably better in the loose stuff, somethig I did not expect. So now I don't know which tyres to run :D 

7 hours ago, landroversforever said:

Looks great :) 

What is the total weight again Sören? 

1600kgs with both winches a bit of spareparts, straps etc.

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Wow can't believe its been almost a year! :O 

Anyways some of you might think either me or this project has disappeared into outer Space! Luckily thats not the case, its just life that has got in the way :D 

I won't be spending this summer in the gravel pit abusing this thing, so I thought I might as well spend some time getting something done that I've wanted since i built it.

And that is radiator in the back, so with some exhaust tubing and some universal radiator hoses I got there in the end:

https://youtu.be/s-2ReDEb2QM

Which now finally allowed me to fit the 80" front that I've been wanting all along! :D:i-m_so_happy:

IMG_20190711_120032.thumb.jpg.64c5811c340b6ce95351d9e832549e61.jpg

And here's a little walk-around video of the front to give you a better idea of how it looks from all the angles:

https://youtu.be/tauctllrBgI

I could've shoved it deeper in at the front, which would probably look better, but it would require me to completely molest the S1 panel and I didn't feel like that. This way only some slight trimming has been done so it can always be fitted to my 80" if needs be

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