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    Default Hello! And meet the land rover

    Hello

    I'm chuck and this is stanley, our pet land rover. He's a RHD 1992 Defender, 200 TDI diesel.

    He's ready to hit some roads, and this looks like the right place to start this hobby.



    I'm a recent refuge from massachusetts, currently living in southern NH.

    cheers!
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    Welcome to the group Chuck and Stanley.

    Is it much work, having a pet landy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2706588 View Post
    Welcome to the group Chuck and Stanley.

    Is it much work, having a pet landy?
    He marks his territory quite frequently and eats dollar bills. Aside from that, nope, most of the stuff that would break off of him did a long time ago.

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    Looks like a fun pet to me!
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    Welcome! I will do my best to hide my covetous thoughts about your rig.
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    Nice rig. Looking forward to seeing it on the trails.
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobletrout View Post
    He marks his territory quite frequently and eats dollar bills. Aside from that, nope, most of the stuff that would break off of him did a long time ago.
    Awesome! Looking forward to seeing you out on a run.

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    Hello and welcome!

    Just don't have it do a "rollover" trick ;)
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not.
    ~Shawn(the correct spelling ;)

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    Default Defending the outdoors

    Welcome. Nice Defender. Here's a small group we have in this forum: https://forums.exploringnh.com/group.php?groupid=14
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