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Awesome work yet again Ian, I'm glad the beast is sorted! Looking forward tothe next video already :)

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Awesome work yet again Ian, I'm glad the beast is sorted! Looking forward tothe next video already :)

 

Thanks Darren, you have not long to wait the next video will be up in less than 24hrs :thumbs:

 

 

Well, yet another day in the shack trying to get the 6x6 driving again, and what do I have to show for it!!!

 

Only a few photo's that were grabbed from some video footage biggrin.pnghyper.giffrantics.gifth_woohoo.gif

 

 

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Going in!!!

 

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In!  biggrin.png

 

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Coming back out after remembering 1 second too late that there was a tree on it's side in the nettles!

 

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The Raider looks like it's angry with me!

 

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At least it wasn't only me that crashed the poor Raider biggrin.png

 

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And to finish off..... Going up biggrin.png

 

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Ian

 

Glad to see I am not the only WH owner to dent the front of their tractors by driving into immovable objects (I thought I had my 310 in reverse but didn't and drove into my father's old Minneapolis Moline ZTU) -- Unfortunately for my 310-8, I don't have "mad metallurgy skills" like you do

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 If the pics are any indicator, it looks like its working very well now! Its getting mixed signals from you right now, one minute your fixing it up, the next minute you hitting it in the face. I'd be careful, thats one Beast I wouldn't want to make mad! :ychain:  :ROTF:

 

Matt :flags-texas:

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Ian

 

Glad to see I am not the only WH owner to dent the front of their tractors by driving into immovable objects (I thought I had my 310 in reverse but didn't and drove into my father's old Minneapolis Moline ZTU) -- Unfortunately for my 310-8, I don't have "mad metallurgy skills" like you do

 

Hi Dave, I think I was having so much fun I wasn't paying attention to quite where I was going :D  The front of the hood will push out ok, but I've no chance of getting a new light lens before the show at the weekend.. Oh well, it adds to the "livein" look :D

 

 

 

 If the pics are any indicator, it looks like its working very well now! Its getting mixed signals from you right now, one minute your fixing it up, the next minute you hitting it in the face. I'd be careful, thats one Beast I wouldn't want to make mad! :ychain:  :ROTF:

 

Matt :flags-texas:

 

Hi Matt, yes you might say the 6x6 is working very well now as you will see below :D

Your right, I wouldn't want to make her mad.... But she is the right colours to do a remake of the film Christine :D

 

 

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The end of an era but the start of something new as they say..

 

Thursday was a sad day, the 6x6 went off to it's new home.

 

I am of course very sad to see it go, but I am happy that it has gone to such a good home.. To say that Mark is over the moon about is an understatement to say the least.. Yes he has been told about RS and promises to keep me updated on how he is getting on with it thumbup.gif

 

Here's the 6x6 all loaded up with it's new owner Mark...

 

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I'm sorry this thread has to end this way guys and girls, but when needs must.. and this house move is certainly a "must" as it will allow us to have a much more secure life :thumbs:

 

So a big :thanks:  for all the help, great comments, suggestions and general :thumbs: over the years.. Much appreciated :)

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You did the right thing Ian, without a shadow of doubt , & you can still admire her from afar.

It must be comforting knowing that someone has paid good bucks for your work of art.

Onwards & upwards mate

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