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Old 26th December 2008, 00:53   #46
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no in fact I am sorry because Samurai knows it all
Apology accepted. I don't know everything, but I live on a terrain similar to Goa with similar weather pattern. Due to very heavy monsoon, the soil erosion is very high and that is a major cause of changing terrain.
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Old 26th December 2008, 19:46   #47
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Apology accepted. I don't know everything, but I live on a terrain similar to Goa with similar weather pattern. Due to very heavy monsoon, the soil erosion is very high and that is a major cause of changing terrain.
Up here we have trouble keeping whole roads open and even discernable year to year, let alone 4x4 tracks. Environmental concerns are much more in the forefront in desert areas having little wind erosion. There are still deep ruts in some American Western deserts from wagons that passed through 140 years ago.
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Old 29th December 2008, 15:56   #48
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these guys will ruin the terrain. terrain rutted like these will take years to repair it self.

we have to take care of our natural surroundings.




no in fact I am sorry because Samurai knows it all
cool down guys. i dont think that off roading spoils the terrain. in fact it makes us jeepers love the nature and make us more environment concious. ny ways Mr dyer_made. i appreciate your concern and do invite yopuo to come to Goa, the next time round, and i will take you to the same photographed terrain to back up or support samurai's claim, and yes, for us 'Samurai" does know it all.
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Old 31st March 2009, 19:15   #49
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hey guys i just sold my jeep, i still cant believe it. i am yet to come to terms with myself.
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No problem if you sold your jeep you can always do up a new one. Do it up fast as offroaders Goa - 4x4 trails will have their monsoon OTR in first week of june.
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Old 2nd April 2009, 12:29   #51
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No problem if you sold your jeep you can always do up a new one. Do it up fast as offroaders Goa - 4x4 trails will have their monsoon OTR in first week of june.
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thanks rally star, keep me informed about the same, i have already got my hands up on a Bolero 4x4, and a mahindra classic
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