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  • Aaron Schubert December 22, 2018, 8:15 PM

    Hey Joerg and Marlis,

    Any distributor who sells the Xrox bars should be able to supply you with little in fill panels that can be bolted on. The reason it isn’t legal is because too much of the tyre is exposed at the front.

    Best of luck

  • Leon February 6, 2019, 5:15 PM

    Hi reading your article on catch can also looking at fuel water filters what do you think of water watch 2018 ranger 3000 kms round Australia trip thanks Leon

  • Aaron Schubert February 6, 2019, 5:21 PM

    Hi Leon,

    Anything that stops water and detects it is a good thing. I would ring Western Filters or Mann and Hummel and have a chat about your specific requirements.

    Best of luck

  • Peter Christensen February 14, 2019, 1:35 AM

    Hi Aaron,

    I saw you mentioned the distance from Karinjini to Millstream (250km) but how long approximately is the drive time? I understand road conditions, weather, traffic all play a part but we are trying to determine how much we can fit in that day and how much is just driving. I tried to leave this comment on that page but don’t think it went through, sorry if it doubles up.


  • Aaron Schubert February 14, 2019, 4:30 PM

    Hey Peter,

    We left Karijini, and went to Tom Price, did Mount Nameless 4WD track, then Millstream for lunch and arrived at Cleaverville (near Karratha) in the late afternoon. I can’t give you much more than that, as it will vary a lot depending on what you’ve mentioned. We took the mine road (do the online test)

    Safe travels mate

  • Jeff February 19, 2019, 5:06 PM

    Thanks for all the info you’ve posted! Its been a big help as I am planning a month long trip with my gf in June-July coming from the States. We are big on beaches and forests and plan to spend 2 nights in the Margaret River and Pemberton areas (1 night each) before making the grand journey north to Darwin. We really would like to get off the beaten path but not get in trouble with our rental company which we are getting a 4WD Toyota Hilux from. Any tracks you can recommend that shouldn’t give us issues? Hopefully you can post this for any other adventurous tourists to refer to!

  • Aaron Schubert February 19, 2019, 6:38 PM

    Hi Jeff,

    I’d be finding out where you are allowed to go, as a first step. There’s lots of places you can explore that are not too far off the beaten track but that have a lot less tourists. Look at places like Warroora station, Francois Peron National Park, Karijini, Cleaverville, Yardie Creek, Exmouth Gulf at Wapet Creek, Barn hill. You should be able to do the Gibb River Road (after May – when it opens), Litchfield and Kakadu.

    Set your own pace, but often its better to see more of less, than a little of lots.

    Have a great trip

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