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I’m not sure if our overseas friends have Bulldust (very fine micron dust particles). In bogging ability, it can be likened to deep sucking mud. Power drive! Speed and momentum.
• Diff lock and axle lockers engaged.
• High range gears.
• BEWARE: Large corrugations and ruts can lurk underneath
bulldust. Hitting these patches at high speed can result in loss of vehicle control loss or tyre blowouts or both.

* Optimum tire pressure is in the range of 16-24 psi.
 

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nah mate - they call it bullshit over here!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D :D - usually associated with any traffic in and around Washington DC - plenty of "bulldsut" around there.


teehee......

I do not miss those Kimberlies bulldust holes!!!
 

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Jonesy said:
I do not miss those Kimberlies bulldust holes!!!
You right on Jonesy. It's real 'white knuckle' stuff when you come across a hugh patch of it, and your hundreds of miles from the nearest assistance.
 
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