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Old 28th July 2009, 21:56   #31
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Sudev bhai, the offroad bug has bitten you, it is time for you to buy a M&M or a gypsy..

Sitabani track was done the same day after river driving by most members and remaining were getting the Red Stryker repaired at Ramnagar.
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Old 31st July 2009, 04:20   #32
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Yogesh's jeep was strucked in the middle of ramganga river and other two jeeps rescued this jeep.



























For more photographs of this trip check this link. The Gun Geek - Offroading in Corbett
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Sudev bhai, the offroad bug has bitten you, it is time for you to buy a M&M or a gypsy..
Sitabani track was done the same day after river driving by most members and remaining were getting the Red Stryker repaired at Ramnagar.
Did Sitabani last monsoon and it was fun with rain and quite dense jungle. Not many pics since was the only car. Have posted some pictures in my GV long term review.

Buying a Willy SBW petrol is one option that has been on the table but not sure if enough driving would be done on it to keep it ready to run condition.
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hmmm now thats something exciting. why the bonnet is open?? classic didnt start after this? or just a checkup.
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Super pics guys! What an amazing trip it must have been.

Thanks to the NIOC seniors for organising such great trips!

Yogesh you jeep is a monster, a snorkel will make it a river monster!!

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@ Gungeek, why did the jeep go there?? as seen in the picture the water is deep. was the route made something like that??
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Super pics guys! What an amazing trip it must have been.

Thanks to the NIOC seniors for organising such great trips!

Yogesh you jeep is a monster, a snorkel will make it a river monster!!

Cheers
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Thx Ankit, will get that done soon. Yep it was a great trip and a well organised one.

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hmmm now thats something exciting. why the bonnet is open?? classic didnt start after this? or just a checkup.
pdev, there was no point trying to start it there, first we got the Airfilter and other things cleaned and then started it. It did well.

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@ Gungeek, why did the jeep go there?? as seen in the picture the water is deep. was the route made something like that??
No this wasn't part of the OTR route. This was a route for tractor crossing, which we were told by a local. Jeep went one side fine but while return it took water in air filter.
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For more pics of this trip, visit this link on our website / forum.

The Gun Geek - Offroading in Corbett
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