Returning member

Returning member

Postby LatelyLux on Sun, 06 Jan 2019 5:56 +0000

Hi all (again)!

I was a member back in the early days when the N70 was new, but haven't owned a Hilux in a few years. Current drive is a 105 series cruiser, so still Toyota!

I'm researching utes now to build a long range tourer capable of towing a hybrid around the country for a couple of years.

Cheers
(Current) 105 Series Landcruiser
(Previous) 2006 V6 Hilux SR Dual Cab - 2" lift, Bullbar, Sliders, Canopy, Rack, Rear Bar, Custom Extractors, F/R Diff Locks, 33" tyres
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Re: Returning member

Postby sa_lux on Sun, 06 Jan 2019 7:19 +0000

G'Day Lateluy :)

Welcome back , Welcome back , Welcome back - reminds me of a song !!!

LatelyLux wrote:I'm researching utes now to build a long range tourer capable of towing a hybrid around the country for a couple of years.


From my research I would say dont tow in a Hilux, they can barely tow a dry paper bag, let alone a wet one :oops:
Looking to buy

- 54" Led Light Bar to Roof Rack mounting kit
- Roof Top Tent
- Tub carrier -> http://ozutz.com.au
- e Lockers
- 12v / 240v Fridge -> http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/221680219455

Roll on rolux
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Re: Returning member

Postby LatelyLux on Sun, 06 Jan 2019 10:18 +0000

I used to love that show sa_lux! And thank :lol: you

Hm, starting to think that. But the only other option I'd look at is a 79 series dual cab and they're about twice the price :shock:
(Current) 105 Series Landcruiser
(Previous) 2006 V6 Hilux SR Dual Cab - 2" lift, Bullbar, Sliders, Canopy, Rack, Rear Bar, Custom Extractors, F/R Diff Locks, 33" tyres
LatelyLux
 
Posts: 4
Joined: Sun, 06 Jan 2019 5:51 +0000
Location: Nerang, QLD


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