Thumbs up to the TXD

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Thumbs up to the TXD

Post by kiwi » Tue Mar 20, 2012 8:23 pm

I was impressed!

Yesterday had some really strong winds no rain and the wind was warm, That took a few dozen trees down in the area. On my mates farm a few of the tracks were blocked so out with the chainsaws

I got to say I was impressed with how much ease the TXD handled the fully loaded trailor compared to the petrol cousins! The only glitch I had was grounding the back end reversing down a slope which was cured by the BX impressive suspension once again :lol:

How comes it took me over 20 years of BX ownership to find how great a diesel is :?:
1991 BX19 TZS 04/01/91 (Deceased)
1990 BX19 TRS 27/10/89 (Reborn)
1992 BX19 TXD (Ex UK - K 744 SDF) 15/06/92
1990 BX19 TZS Auto 06/11/1989
1992 BX TZD Turbo Estate (Ex UK) 1/07/91

Mothman

Post by Mothman » Tue Mar 20, 2012 9:23 pm

Just a bit slow thats all, never mind. :lol:

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Post by kiwi » Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:19 pm

Grenman wrote:Just a bit slow thats all, never mind. :lol:
Depends on the driver :lol:

one big hill with a dumb overtaking lane that ends at the slowest pointnear here I am not looking forward to over the winter, not with the ski muppets that like to challenge in the rush to the white stuff. :roll:

At least with the 19 petrols I can change out of 5th and boost up,pass and clear off into the distance of these clever speeding tailgaters who "think" they have a better car than me.
1991 BX19 TZS 04/01/91 (Deceased)
1990 BX19 TRS 27/10/89 (Reborn)
1992 BX19 TXD (Ex UK - K 744 SDF) 15/06/92
1990 BX19 TZS Auto 06/11/1989
1992 BX TZD Turbo Estate (Ex UK) 1/07/91