So?B-Hive wrote:I'll be sure to keep your sentiment in mind.Mothman wrote:So?
although I can split the thread
Last week a friend needed 20 paving slabs - and the person doing the job for her didn't want to use his own car in case it got damaged by the excess weight ! I helped out of course because 'it's designed to carry heavy loads properly - one of the reasons I choose to drive it'. Unlike her friend's Volvo estate thenbut have to say I'm also impressed by everyone's efforts in heavy loads too..
One of the least spoken of merits when discussing the hydro suspension
I thought I was quite posh and avante garde having them on my motorbike!mds141 wrote:Heated grips on a chainsaw?!! Big wuss.
loving itVanny wrote:What a brilliant thread!
Hows about Windows?
Okay thats probably cheating because they are in a trailer.
Working fish tank, running from a 230v inverter?
Couple of boats?
My record for boats on the roof of the BX is actually 7 (with 4 kayakers in the car). It was partly accidental as we bought a boat on the way to a river. No picture unfortunately
The single biggest thing i've had in the boot is probably an 8'x4' 12mm marine ply board. Although 'in the boot' might be a stretch as 2' where sticking out the back i might add that this was off public highway and we where being lazy.
Heaviest thing i've dragged was a 3.5tonne trailer, on an air field, with the 1.9td engine. Got it up to 70mph though.