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Old 05-01-2013
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Default 2007 patriot 2.4 l petrol

Great car off road IMO I ordered the 2 3/4 inch spacer kit from America and put some Michelin all terrains on and went everywhere on fraiser island Australia didn't even let the tyres down because my father inlaw had a prado and thought it couldn't do what he's car could soo jeep came through and went everywhere he could overrocks to reach sandy cape and also 30 degree soft sand hill climbs ( patriot did not have low range and still did it with fully inflated tyres) ! Now my father in law has 100% respect for jeep now! Lol

Did not get bogged once, did not over heat the cvt did amazingly well in the sand the lift from the tyres and spacing kit defiantly redefines this car! Defiantly worth looking at lifting it for the weekend off roader

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if a territory can go to fraser, you can.

my second car is a holden adventra, on of the tests for them that holden did was to drive them all over big red. easily (no low range either!)

remember, this country (including fraser) was opened up by 2wd vehicles.

just have recovery points, be willing to let down your tyres, and carry a shovel/ waffle boards, just like they used to.

most of the time on fraser my xj was in 2wd, only went 4wd twice, and never used low range.
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Do mopar front tow hooks fit on the Australian model patriot
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