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Old 30th October 2009, 09:32   #151
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which was the best machine there?
my guess wud be the white crawler gypsy!
My vote for this would be the scorpio -
1) he did the entire OTR in 4H!!
2) he has done towing duties too

His clutch may have failed at the end, but it does not take away from its offroading abilities

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Old 19th November 2009, 20:45   #152
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Iam IN guys! Yercaud/salem should be good. But recee is a must. Alternatively Bangalore jeepers can also suggest some good scenic tried and tested terrain which is equi-distant to both of us.

I expect some mad rush of vehicles to this OTR already

Hey Guys,

We have a Ham radio VHF repeater put up on top of the Yelagiri hills which is in need of maintenance. What about combining both these into one trip (recce + maintenance visit)?
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Hey Guys,

We have a Ham radio VHF repeater put up on top of the Yelagiri hills which is in need of maintenance. What about combining both these into one trip (recce + maintenance visit)?
Where exactly in yellagiri, any OTR trails in yellagiri? i know one which is short but in forest.
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Where exactly in yellagiri, any OTR trails in yellagiri? i know one which is short but in forest.
It is installed at one of the highest peaks in Yelagiri hills along with TN police repeater. The site is 2 km from the nearest road and one has to trek through the forest to reach it. Will check with the ham who was instrumental in installation and post here.
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It is installed at one of the highest peaks in Yelagiri hills along with TN police repeater. The site is 2 km from the nearest road and one has to trek through the forest to reach it. Will check with the ham who was instrumental in installation and post here.
awesome writeup... made me very very homesick.. to all the people who were there, any chance of camping on this spot?.

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Nice terrain guys, - And please use a mat on the tow cables and not stand so closely to the cable. The risk of a fatality is high expecially if the cable snaps be it nylon or otherwise!


OK so when is the next joint OTR happening? OR should we guys come to Hosur?
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Nice terrain guys, - And please use a mat on the tow cables and not stand so closely to the cable. The risk of a fatality is high expecially if the cable snaps be it nylon or otherwise!


OK so when is the next joint OTR happening? OR should we guys come to Hosur?
Check out this thread same place but different terrain with extreme obstacles.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ex...ov-report.html

You guys need to do this terrain its really challenging but gypsy bashing.
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My vote for this would be the scorpio -
1) he did the entire OTR in 4H!!
2) he has done towing duties too

His clutch may have failed at the end, but it does not take away from its offroading abilities

Cheers
GB
I was guessing so, the damn thing looks like it can climb a 90deg uphill with that ground clearance and trye size.

Being in bangalore Id like to see that scorpio in as is condition, looks killer!
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