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    New work truck ready for work

    Picked up new truck today. should do the job
    one of only 4 in NZ
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    So is it an auto or a manual transmission???

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    Was This in fairlie last friday? Drove past looked wicked !

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    8 speed manual

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGR View Post
    Was This in fairlie last friday? Drove past looked wicked !
    na kurow

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    that would make an awesome camper, just needs a decent paint job..... olive drab. And a few heavy MG's on the back.
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    Use enough gun

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    Don't need MG's when you have tractor grips with CTI

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    try not to park this one on a post...then ring boss to tell him...while watching it roll down gully LOL. plurry lucky it was driverless at the time aye bud......
    but yes she looks a sweet ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    try not to park this one on a post...then ring boss to tell him...while watching it roll down gully LOL. plurry lucky it was driverless at the time aye bud......
    but yes she looks a sweet ride.
    Sounds like to s should be in the transport whoops thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    try not to park this one on a post...then ring boss to tell him...while watching it roll down gully LOL. plurry lucky it was driverless at the time aye bud......
    but yes she looks a sweet ride.
    managed to keep the last truck right side up. no intention of doing anything that my safety valve might let go with this one
    you might be thinking of my offsider up the road from you

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    hehehe yeah bud..... thought tale of woe was as funny as heck but very pleased he walked away from it.... yours is much better shod than my flatland cow farm 5yr old one....we run bus super singles on the front (after the retread blew out under my arse fully loaded truck n trailer) and grader grips on rear with skinnies on inside....no good on hills and marginal in wet spots but fine for 99% of the rangitata stoney paddocks we do.... do you have full diff lock capability???? that sure flattens out plowed ground.

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    Make a good spotlighting vehicle for the next big bore shoot
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    I chase canada geese off paddocks on regular basis.....pity work wont allow the logical progression from there.

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    The engineers shop in Ohingaiti who makes those bins burnt down a couple of weeks ago.He was working on bins for somebody down south.

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    Looks like you won't lose it in the dark either Harry.
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