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  1. That would be great!!!! and its probably working but the problem is most likely user error cause it has the same issue on both sides and on both low and high beams.... Just tell me when and where!
  2. Wondering if any one got any experience? I found the below post and my headlight backs look the same and i managed to adjust the low beam up (before it stopped about 7m in front of the car) by doing aiming against a wall but i cant seem to change the high beam at all today its abit cross eyes and i have a white beam in the middle but nothing at all so i want to pull them apart but nothing seems to happen?? For me the lower screw on the outer light changed the height but the inner as i then took for side to side does nothing?? https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/showthread.php?t=56720
  3. and i have 18 inch today so i dont know how big change it would be maybe better to try and find if possible a wider tire than the 265 i have today.
  4. Thanks @Frederic for that reply. IF in changing im going to 17 and a wider taller tire to stay at the same rolling offset but it will affect onroad handling i think. And i have the same issue cornering a 40 ton truck is a good comparison, i thinks it "built on" to it im afraid we came from the same car also a 3 series BMW and before that a lowered Corolla T-sport that cornered like it was on rails. so its habit i think...
  5. Yes listened and listens to a lot or strange music not only Front... Nitzer Ebb from UK, Laibach from Slovenia Front Line Assembly from Canada to mention a few if you have any good ones please share
  6. There is a lot of question what is the best tire out there for off and on road to use all day and all night for business and for fun. So what about the best tire and rim size to go for for the best overall performance? less rim and more tire is better off road but you want to be able to go around a corned on-road without tipping over. Im running 265/60R18 which for my car is the middle ground there is a 17 inch option and a 20 inch option, the 17 wuld be better offroad as it will be more tire but risk of being squishy onroad. Or am i way off here? What are you guys running? Is there a measure for stiffer sidewall, as with a stiff sidewall you can have a taller tire and not be squishy? /Per
  7. you cant forget the biggest band of Belgium that filled my youth Front 242!!!
  8. Love threads like this there is so much good music out there that you have listened to and forgot and so much new music that you find. Thank you all!
  9. Ooooh had forgot about her! More for Spotify
  10. OH MY! Swedish..... ABBA - all the songs! Roxette - alot of songs Ace of base - all that she wants, happy nation ect... Europe - Final countdown A LOT of metal bands I can go on
  11. Havent done so yet but will share when done!
  12. Dont know if the 3 door is the same as the 4door but if it is then a rear bumper skid-plate so the rear bumper dont fall off...
  13. Hi What kind of GPS or app are you guys using for creating or following tracks? Or is everything done on the fly? I understand that you have to follow the terrain but you have a general direction (Yes i am directionally challenged )
  14. Not taking care of your trash is always bad where ever you are. But on a positive note UAE is taking after Sweden and starting a trash plant to generate electricity. This means trash will become money and we all now money rules so changes will come. https://gulfnews.com/uae/environment/dubai-announces-launch-of-dh25b-waste-to-energy-plant-1.2164681 Sweden is today the only country in the world who import garbage and gets payed for it.
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