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Posted 01 September 2011 - 05:32 PM

well guys the monaro club of s.a will be in tassie in october from 4/10/11 to 14/10/11 cant wait to have look around and cruise the open roads in the old hk monaro.....so far there is 17 families going whats the weather like there in october.....

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Posted 02 September 2011 - 07:50 PM

well guys the monaro club of s.a will be in tassie in october from 4/10/11 to 14/10/11 cant wait to have look around and cruise the open roads in the old hk monaro.....so far there is 17 families going whats the weather like there in october.....


probably snowing

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Posted 02 September 2011 - 07:56 PM

well guys the monaro club of s.a will be in tassie in october from 4/10/11 to 14/10/11 cant wait to have look around and cruise the open roads in the old hk monaro.....so far there is 17 families going whats the weather like there in october.....



lucky fella,

what type of sailing equipment do you use?

salt water on your monaro eeeeeeekkkkkkkkkk :)

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Posted 02 September 2011 - 08:16 PM


well guys the monaro club of s.a will be in tassie in october from 4/10/11 to 14/10/11 cant wait to have look around and cruise the open roads in the old hk monaro.....so far there is 17 families going whats the weather like there in october.....


probably snowing


Just talking to a mate in tassie and he said to take snow chains with as not many 14" sets for hire

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Posted 02 September 2011 - 10:09 PM


well guys the monaro club of s.a will be in tassie in october from 4/10/11 to 14/10/11 cant wait to have look around and cruise the open roads in the old hk monaro.....so far there is 17 families going whats the weather like there in october.....



lucky fella,

what type of sailing equipment do you use?



spirit of tasmania m8



well guys the monaro club of s.a will be in tassie in october from 4/10/11 to 14/10/11 cant wait to have look around and cruise the open roads in the old hk monaro.....so far there is 17 families going whats the weather like there in october.....


probably snowing


cant wait never seen snow before.....

Just talking to a mate in tassie and he said to take snow chains with as not many 14" sets for hire


snow chains thats for L34-A9X drivers :stirpot: us monaro boys tuff it out we love slipping and sliding :3gears:

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Posted 03 September 2011 - 02:00 PM

Try a radial instead of 6.95x14 crossplys it worked for me on the big block TA when i went from 5.20x12 crossplies to 155x12 radials.
Wont be original but at least you wont slip and slide so much and L34,s and A9X,s came with radials as standard.Good luck with the trip and maybe just use snow chains on front to stop that sliding on the steer.

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Posted 03 September 2011 - 02:00 PM

Try a radial instead of 6.95x14 crossplys it worked for me on the big block TA when i went from 5.20x12 crossplies to 155x12 radials.
Wont be original but at least you wont slip and slide so much and L34,s and A9X,s came with radials as standard.Good luck with the trip and maybe just use snow chains on front to stop that sliding on the steer.

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Posted 03 September 2011 - 02:00 PM

Try a radial instead of 6.95x14 crossplys it worked for me on the big block TA when i went from 5.20x12 crossplies to 155x12 radials.
Wont be original but at least you wont slip and slide so much and L34,s and A9X,s came with radials as standard.Good luck with the trip and maybe just use snow chains on front to stop that sliding on the steer.

Edited by outer control, 03 September 2011 - 02:02 PM.


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Posted 04 September 2011 - 11:24 AM

Try a radial instead of 6.95x14 crossplys it worked for me on the big block TA when i went from 5.20x12 crossplies to 155x12 radials.
Wont be original but at least you wont slip and slide so much and L34,s and A9X,s came with radials as standard.Good luck with the trip and maybe just use snow chains on front to stop that sliding on the steer.


didnt seem to bother the mighty hk in 68 when they won bathurst outer just ask the fraud drivers lol....

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Posted 04 September 2011 - 09:13 PM

Be sure to check out the Automobile museum in Launceston.. some nice cars there!! :) The weather at the moment.. well, the days are starting to get warmer!! Around 15 degrees ;) We have been getting some crazy weather in recent weeks (last weekend was crazy).. but this weekend just gone was great :) So.. be prepared for 4 seasons in the one day - very common down here!!

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Posted 04 September 2011 - 09:44 PM

Be sure to check out the Automobile museum in Launceston.. some nice cars there!! :) The weather at the moment.. well, the days are starting to get warmer!! Around 15 degrees ;) We have been getting some crazy weather in recent weeks (last weekend was crazy).. but this weekend just gone was great :) So.. be prepared for 4 seasons in the one day - very common down here!!


Drove threw bushfires and kids playing under hose in front yard and two days later snow

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Posted 05 September 2011 - 08:53 AM

Be sure to check out the Automobile museum in Launceston.. some nice cars there!! :) The weather at the moment.. well, the days are starting to get warmer!! Around 15 degrees ;) We have been getting some crazy weather in recent weeks (last weekend was crazy).. but this weekend just gone was great :) So.. be prepared for 4 seasons in the one day - very common down here!!


yeah i have heard about the museum mate and four seasons in one day well i grew up in melbourne so it will be just like old times :buttrock:



Be sure to check out the Automobile museum in Launceston.. some nice cars there!! :) The weather at the moment.. well, the days are starting to get warmer!! Around 15 degrees ;) We have been getting some crazy weather in recent weeks (last weekend was crazy).. but this weekend just gone was great :) So.. be prepared for 4 seasons in the one day - very common down here!!


Drove threw bushfires and kids playing under hose in front yard and two days later snow


something to look forward to outer snow hey cant wait lol.....

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Posted 06 September 2011 - 08:35 AM

make sure your cars are well guarded once you hit hobart...

cheers gong

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Posted 06 September 2011 - 09:01 PM

make sure your cars are well guarded once you hit hobart...

cheers gong


cheers mate will do....

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Posted 07 September 2011 - 06:40 AM


make sure your cars are well guarded once you hit hobart...

cheers gong


cheers mate will do....


A MUST DO IS A NIGHT AT jOES GARAGE

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Posted 07 September 2011 - 03:21 PM



make sure your cars are well guarded once you hit hobart...

cheers gong


cheers mate will do....


A MUST DO IS A NIGHT AT jOES GARAGE


yeah looking forward to stopping their outer......

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Posted 03 October 2011 - 07:31 PM

You guys will love it as we did it in Oct/Nov 2009 with 9 Torana's from NSW & would do it again with a blink of an eye.


cheers Keith




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