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Shooty Mobile Update

Postby cliveward » 02 Apr 2017, 21:55

Hi All,

The Shooty Mobile has literally been the best thing I have purchased in a long time.

It's become my daily transport which was something I hadn't considered, so it's paid for 25% of it's cost already in saved fuel. 8-)

Had a play in the mud at a work party and my job was to pick up all the outlaying feeders.

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I think there's 15 feeders in the back, plus some drinkers and various other bits and bobs. :thumbup:

It was brilliant in the woods, easily getting through some small gaps and the boggy parts were no bother at all. :thumbup:


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Clive

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Re: Shooty Mobile Update

Postby cliveward » 11 Apr 2017, 14:30

Hi All,

Oppo changed the rear transmission mounts (because they were on the way out) while I changed the oil and filter today.

10 minutes later it was all done. This thing is so easy to work on.


Cheers





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Re: Shooty Mobile Update

Postby Hutchey » 19 Apr 2017, 08:13

cliveward wrote:Hi All,

Oppo changed the rear transmission mounts (because they were on the way out) while I changed the oil and filter today.

10 minutes later it was all done. This thing is so easy to work on.


Cheers

What is it Clive?



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Re: Shooty Mobile Update

Postby rodp » 19 Apr 2017, 17:10

Hutchey wrote:
cliveward wrote:Hi All,

Oppo changed the rear transmission mounts (because they were on the way out) while I changed the oil and filter today.

10 minutes later it was all done. This thing is so easy to work on.


Cheers

What is it Clive?



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Re: Shooty Mobile Update

Postby Hutchey » 19 Apr 2017, 17:57

Bit like my daihatsu I guess

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Re: Shooty Mobile Update

Postby rodp » 19 Apr 2017, 19:11

It's a little forward control, a 4wd sooty pick up. Quite good really :thumbup:
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