Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby Magwheeler » Thu Nov 29, 2012 6:48 pm

Matto56 where snouts do you guys usually ride?
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby matto56 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:04 pm

Hey Magwheeler we usually ride at either Lake eppalock just out of Bendigo or Echuca on long weekends. Cheers
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby Silver-Viking » Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:38 pm

matto56 wrote:
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2005 Matrix Expressions and 2010 Mitsubishi Triton GLXR Im slightly obsessed with my boat haha. I figure its not to bad for me and misses at mid 20's Cheers


Nice, yep we have see ya at lake Eppalock... :D
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby nevergrew » Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:46 pm

matto56 wrote:
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I figure its not to bad for me and misses at mid 20's


Here was I thinking your nickname was Matto and you were either 56, or born in 1956.

Nice rig man !!
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby JaydenC » Thu Nov 29, 2012 8:23 pm

He would be 56 this year if he was born in 1956 :o
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby matto56 » Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:18 am

Hahaha yea sorry boys didn't really think to much about it when I choose a user name. Cheers
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby wsmith » Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:23 am

08 D40 Navara with a few goodies + 08 VLX with all the fruit.
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby Simba » Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:25 pm

Sweet setup wsmith.

Makes me want to paint my wheels black. Did you have the painted or powder coated
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby wsmith » Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:55 pm

Simba wrote:Sweet setup wsmith.

Makes me want to paint my wheels black. Did you have the painted or powder coated


Thanks Simba. The Nav is mine and I'm halves in the boat with a mate. Can't use it by yourself so no point owning it by yourself! Yeah had the wheels blasted and powdercoated apparently it'll last a lot longer.
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby fluffy » Fri Nov 30, 2012 2:17 pm

tits wrote:
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Killer set-up Tits! i envy that.
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby Simba » Fri Nov 30, 2012 2:46 pm

wsmith wrote:
Simba wrote:Sweet setup wsmith.

Makes me want to paint my wheels black. Did you have the painted or powder coated


Thanks Simba. The Nav is mine and I'm halves in the boat with a mate. Can't use it by yourself so no point owning it by yourself! Yeah had the wheels blasted and powdercoated apparently it'll last a lot longer.



Do you mind if I ask what it cost to blast and powder coat .

Also, is that stock suspension height or is it lifted
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby wsmith » Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:27 pm

Simba wrote:Do you mind if I ask what it cost to blast and powder coat .

Also, is that stock suspension height or is it lifted


$400 by a place in Warrnambool, although they did a really good job, i think i got ripped a little compared to some other places.
As for ride height its got a 2 inch lift which was extended shackles in the rear and strut spacers in the front, $440 delivered from snakeracing.com.
Plus the tyres are 265/75/R16 which gives me roughly an inch or so extra height compared to stock.
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby Simba » Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:46 pm

Ok cool thanks for that . How do you find it rides with shacked and spacers . Any negatives ?.
I presume it's still original springs and shocks
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby wsmith » Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:04 pm

Simba wrote:Ok cool thanks for that . How do you find it rides with shacked and spacers . Any negatives ?.
I presume it's still original springs and shocks


Not a problem dude, the only thing that can go wrong with the spacers is that the shock can run out of travel before the control arm hits the bump stop so the shock is taking all the force, in theory if it took a hard enough hit it could snap. easy enough fix though is a few thick washers under the bumpstop. Also yeah coils and leafs are all standard.
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby Simba » Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:28 pm

Ok cool thanks for that mate
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby GLOCAM » Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:13 am

tits wrote:
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Sweet setup tits...!! Noot many of those Byrleys...!
I still Chase that Feeling...!
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby tits » Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:58 am

GLOCAM wrote:
tits wrote:
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Sweet setup tits...!! Noot many of those Byrleys...!


Thanks "GLOCAM" i love this boat, ute goes pretty good too. cheers
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby GLOCAM » Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:13 am

tits wrote:
GLOCAM wrote:
tits wrote:
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Sweet setup tits...!! Noot many of those Byrleys...!


Thanks "GLOCAM" i love this boat, ute goes pretty good too. cheers


Your cousin Grant came riding with a few ago and was telling me it was a pretty sweet ride.... Gotta be pumped with it. One of kind that Rig!!
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby shameless » Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:15 pm

wsmith where do you ride at?
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Re: Show us your setup! Tow Vehicles & Boats

Postby wsmith » Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:43 pm

shameless wrote:wsmith where do you ride at?


Bridgewater Lakes, Nelson and Euston on the Murray. chances are you havent heard of them because im from Portland in Vic not the one up your way. Its a bummer cause we're always lookin for new people to come ride.
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