What my bash plates look like after doing Maun To Kasane with the ML55





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    Default What my bash plates look like after doing Maun To Kasane with the ML55

    Just out of interest, this is what my bash plate looks like after doing the Maun to Kasane trip in Botswana. Unladen weight ground clearance was -> 250mm, loaded with all the extras my ex-wife decided to pack -> 180mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ne3M View Post
    Jwith all the extras my ex-wife decided to pack -> 180mm.
    So you divorced her for packing too much!
    We can't change the wind but we can set our sails

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    No, he left her in Kasane with the bash plates.

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    ;d;d;d

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