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Have you got a aftermarket trans cooler? The autos need it, the stock setup is junk and if the trans needs to slip a lot which it would have done on the dirt roads, the fluid temps rises very quickly. The heat from the trans fluid radiates into the coolant radiator and intercooler and leads to rising engine temps (if the trans hasn't overheated already). Get a proper auto trans cooler and its all good.

Yeah its on the list before I head up the cape in May. I thought the trans might be the issue.
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Decided to bolt on the Falcon skid plate. Took a few big hits in Tassie, decided it's better safe than sorry. Looks like ass but... Ah well.
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Also put on a Currie Antirock. Easy install. Havenít taken it off road yet, but on the road it is a significantly smoother ride. More body roll obviously, but not a big deal.
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Also put on a Currie Antirock. Easy install. Havenít taken it off road yet, but on the road it is a significantly smoother ride. More body roll obviously, but not a big deal.
Jeezus Boris you are going to town on this Rig looks bloody great mate well done
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The latest instalments for me are the slimline roof rack by Uneek fitted just before Christmas and a Kings Kwiky roof top tent and side awning with tent on too. All that's left is a dual battery system (if I can find somewhere to fit it) and I think I'm finally done with mods. The Kwiky is a brilliant tent if you're looking for something easy you can set up in about a minute and leave all your bedding in when you pack it up.

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The Kwiky is a brilliant tent if you're looking for something easy you can set up in about a minute and leave all your bedding in when you pack it up.
The beauty about these is that they are more aerodynamic than the standard roof top tent. The Jeep is enough of a brick without trying to drag another brick on top.
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The beauty about these is that they are more aerodynamic than the standard roof top tent. The Jeep is enough of a brick without trying to drag another brick on top.
You're not kidding! She's lost another 10 kph on road.

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