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He said he is Scottish. LOL and a poor prince at that..... he is driving a Gen1Over privileged saudi oil prince BTFO’d by ford engineered transfer case…
Cheers bud. The little Pajero is close to a ton lighter and about half the length (as well as being oddly higher off the ground), so will take some getting used to.@Mineratron It sounds like you are getting a little better grasp on your new equipment.(RAPTOR)
if your other rig has more ground clearance and we know it is way lighter. In soft sand you will have to change your driving stile for the heavy. lower raptor.. You will figure it out.
Good luck be save out there.
He said he is Scottish. LOL and a poor prince at that..... he is driving a Gen1
It not clear to me if your comment was sarcasm. defiantly will not be clear to him. LOL
Aye. It’s in its element for that type of driving… it’s not easy, was bricking it at times with the size of some of the dunes… but the power is something else. Gives you a lot more confidence and options. Still could be doing with a lift…Looks like you are figuring it out. Having a ton of fun while doing it.
Never seen them on road cars… only hillclimb monsters. They do make them that big though. Massive advantage in soft sand, really is an earth mover. Some buggies/ATVs run them, some but not so many bikes.@Mineratron
I have a Question. Would it benefit you to have a set of paddle sand tires? Do they make them that big? (35x12.5) I don't know what the sand is like. Just curious. You don't have them on your bikes. Here (US) they are a Huge advantage on Bikes and ATVs. on dunes in the east.