Western Australia: 4 Wheeling Outback Western Australia 1/5

Western Australia: 4 Wheeling Outback Western Australia 1/5

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4 Wheeling Outback Western Australia 1/5

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20 Replies to “Western Australia: 4 Wheeling Outback Western Australia 1/5”

  1. Thanks a lot for the inspiring video. Australia is a wonderful continent. Bye the way, did you already produce a video on the trailer coupling systems? In Europe, especially Germany, the 50mm hitch ball is standard for trailers up to 3.5to TGW. This is not very sufficient when going offroad. The Nato hitch (76mm eye on the trailer) is an alternative, which I use on my Land Rovers (Series III 109, ex-mod and Land Rover Discovery 1 (300TDi), when towing Sankeys or Renold Boughtons (about 1.2 to 1.5 to TGW, standard 1/4ton payload, when released from MOD.

  2. I don't think the SA guy is lost , he's just not with your group at the moment . Over halfway through your vid and a woman pops up , not even mentioned at the start when naming the people on your trip , a bit rude Ronny . I was out in that area once but couldn't go to Ora Banda Pub as the roads were washed out by heavy rain . Gee Ronny it wouldn’t be hard to work out the private property your going to but it’s private so we are not all that stupid , a lot of mining areas out there so you could get shot at the least 🙂

  3. Ronnie, it was good to hear your old intro tune again. I've missed it. I have a bit of an odd question for you, though:
    How many miles/kms have you driven since you got your license?

    Seeing all you epic trips that are nearly back-to-back, I can't help but wonder how far you've driven.

  4. Yeah, this is our backyard mate. Good bit of country, lovely western woodlands. 14:05 onwards – lol, we use chainsaws out here mate, 'stead of fucken around. Pity you didn't camp at Little Nipper mate, it's a lovely shack, good spot.

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