Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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TCuz
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Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hi All,
I've just bought a new Wildtrak X and am really happy with it.
I'm also led to believe this was the last Wildtrak X available, as there was only 1000 of these produced in 2019.
Driving it home through the bush fire destroyed countryside was pretty devastating.
Cheers
Tom
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hey Tom, welcome aboard.

The fires, were they close to you?

Cheers
DJ
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TCuz
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hi DJ,
Bushfires were only 25km away but the smoke was horrendous. At 10.00 in the morning it was pitch black outside. We were doing Evac work for Marine Rescue at 3 local centres and it was full on for all us volunteers. It's still very smokey here.
Cheers
Tom
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hey Tom,

Firstly thanks for your service. The work you guys and gals do is very appreciated and nothing short of amazing.

I am glad that you have the bulk of it behind you.

Cheers

DJ
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hi Tom,
I have an X as well and very pleased with it. 3000ks so far and van trip soon to test it out.
Lots of mods done which was fun with the new technology but no issues yet.
Happy mototring.
Colin.
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hi Colin,
The X is just great. 4700km and only minor complaints sofar - like no electric passenger seat and, of course, no electric steering wheel adjustment. Especially for a vehicle that is so expensive.
A GME XRS 370C UHF radio goes in tomorrow. The Lightforce Fascia is a great idea with the UHF passthrough.
Cheers
Tom
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hi Tom,
Mods done so far are canopy, radio, rear view camera, rear drawers, extra 12v outlet in the canopy, fridge slide, solar on the canopy,
second battery and dc dc charger, redarc controller with Lightforce panel, and and a few other bits n pieces, and am now just about set to go caravanning.
4k on the clock now - love driving it - feel sorry for the Toyota boys :D :D
Cheers,
Colin.
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Re: Wildtrak X from Merimbula

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Hi team,
I’ve had to rejoin the forum with a new username as I could not get my password renewed.

Cheers
Tom
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TCuz4 wrote:Hi team,
I’ve had to rejoin the forum with a new username as I could not get my password renewed.

Cheers
Tom
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