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Nice email from a guy in Germany...


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I got a notification of a message on my CarDomain account, check this out:

 

Hello Laguna. Let me please tell you how great the pathfinder looks/appear. I´m very interest in conversion of this car, because I drives Rallye with it. May I get more information about the rods. Usually they are killed by great wheels, so you find a interest solution. Doe´s it work? Is it possible to drive off-road a long time without lash out? It would be helpfull to know that. We are successful in driving Rallye, just the rods impede us for a first place... At last I´m sorry for my english, I should practice even more. From Germany: Joe!

 

How cool is that? :D

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in that part of europe they have off road races through forests and grassland... through rivers and such. Its not the high speed rally stuff that you might be thinking of (Colin McRae) because theres so many low-speed obstacles.... its not very dangerous in that sense, but it is HELL on a 4x4 !!

 

My cousin does it.

 

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this is my cousins car, he has a small test track on his property (shown) but you cant see the obstacles

 

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