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Fathom

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Fathom last won the day on April 18 2016

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  1. You forgot to mention that it's red so will go faster.
  2. Here's some from our last trip to Fraser.
  3. Probably a bit far for you. But Precise Automotive at Narangba. <br />These guys know Patrols... <br />
  4. Changed my spotties to a LED spot/spread and put some HID's on for distance. <br />
  5. Broke my drag link and steering damper last weekend at Janowen. Wish I had of fitted this prior to going. Lol
  6. Seems it letting me post pics again. Here is the rear awning in action.
  7. I thought most vehicles with those types of gutters had some type of sealant along them, as well as the welds. Just went and looked at my truck and it has, and it definitely has never had any repair work near or on the roof. Can't remember the new term, but there are check you can do REVS Certificates to check history/ insurance repairs etc.
  8. Lol no worries... Let's just keep the Jardine crossing a secret.... I do have a pic of the northern entry exit somewhere too. But A quick internet search should bring up a heap.. We heard people were doing the crossing. But we saw no tyre fresh tracks on the northern side.
  9. There is fuel about every 2-300klm. That sounds close but you will need to consider where you are going... The main exception would be the Starke track... Cape Melville etc But otherwise easy to access. Supplies the same. Just you pay more for food and fuel... Bit like Fraser Island prices... It's pretty well posted, a combination of paper, a good gps and paying attention to where you are and you can't go wrong... Navigation wise. Hmm I will tell you the truth about crossing the Jardine... We drove to the crossing.. South side... Looked at it, decided as a group to take the ferry... I reversed in to take a smart Alec shot to say my wheels have been in the Jardine.. The water is flowing... By the time we took a couple of pics.. My back axle was buried like a submarine... One of my mates gave me a quick snatch out... When we looked at the north side of the crossing, it's weedy, dark and murky.. Not like the south side.. I am glad I lost the vote to and not cross it... No way would you see a croc in there... One bloke did try just after we left. We met up with him again that night .. He was still dripping wet.. Didn't make it, but we heard of plenty that did... I stress.. Heard.. Not saw....
  10. More.. From about may town up... The west coast is far nicer than the east... Less wind blown on the coast too. 4 weeks is a good time. So you will have the time to get around.. Vryilla point is with a look If you decide to cross the Jardine, check carefully for crocs first. Then check again. If you get stuck or someone in your party does, they can make the recovery awkward... If you are travelling solo.. I would advise against it. but it's your call.
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