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Old 06-13-19, 04:45 AM
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It's just like riding a bike
In fact sometimes it's exactly like riding a bike.
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Old 06-13-19, 06:47 AM
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I have a really good 4x4 van. Does everything I want, apart from sending me deaf, because it's so noisy and I turn the stereo up to compensate. Carries something 15ft long inside (4.5m in the devils measurement) even though it's only 16.5ft long. Will carry a tonne inside. Tows a couple of tonnes. All with a 2.4L non turbo diesel that's done 380,000km. Looks like it was dragged through a hedge backwards, so people don't try and crowd you, because they know you DGAF. Has even been an extra in a TV series - The Kettering Incident.

The van, what make and model? Just wanting to see a 4x4 2.4L van that can stuff something 15 foot long inside.

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Old 06-13-19, 07:28 AM
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Old 06-13-19, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by DHPflaumer View Post
Where I used to live had a place that served really good breakfast poutine. Fries, cheese curds, sausage gravy, two fried eggs on top. It will kill you but it was TRULY GOOD.
I wish I could find somewhere around here that sold poutine, I love it.
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Old 06-13-19, 09:59 AM
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If you could find a good substitute for cheese curds (maybe just chopped fresh bufalo mozzerella? I would think that could pretty readily be found in grocery stores across the US. Or even strained large-curd cottage cheese?), fries and gravy should be pretty easy to make yourself
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Old 06-13-19, 04:29 PM
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Originally Posted by FiftySix View Post
The van, what make and model? Just wanting to see a 4x4 2.4L van that can stuff something 15 foot long inside.
Toyota Hiace 4x4 1987. Yeah, admittedly it has to be on the diagonal, and only a bit of pipe or RHS but it fits, just. and don't stop fast if it's heavy because it's 1cm from the windscreen. And the van has a speed dinger that starts at 107km/h, at 100km/h indicated it's doing 3200rpm, redline is 3700, so I usually roll down big hills in angel gear. (also doesn't help the speedo is wildly overoptimistic, 100km/h indicated is 90km/h in reality)
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Old 06-13-19, 04:34 PM
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My GF is a bull in a china shop. This past winter when it was stinking cold out, she was up in Minnesota close to the Canadian border when she slammed the tailgate of her mom mobile. Unfortunately for her, she'd just put a section of PVC pipe inside it that was just a little too long for that to not break the windshield. Fortunately for her insurance paid to replace it after she drove home, and she only cracked it.
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I had a really good time when I was riding a bike with my older brother by mountains when we were kids.. awesome time
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Old 06-14-19, 06:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Trevtassie View Post
Toyota Hiace 4x4 1987. Yeah, admittedly it has to be on the diagonal, and only a bit of pipe or RHS but it fits, just. and don't stop fast if it's heavy because it's 1cm from the windscreen. And the van has a speed dinger that starts at 107km/h, at 100km/h indicated it's doing 3200rpm, redline is 3700, so I usually roll down big hills in angel gear. (also doesn't help the speedo is wildly overoptimistic, 100km/h indicated is 90km/h in reality)
Sounds like a hard workin' vehicle.

I had a Toyota Matrix, my 20 y.o. daughter has a Corolla, my 21 y.o. son has a Scion (Toyota). I currently have a Mazda, but I hope to be looking at Toyota again after the Mazda is done. The Toyota's I've been around are much hardier vehicles than the Mazda's or Honda's I've had to care for.
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