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Thanks for the memories

Postby Scale on Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:40 pm

Time has come for my Triton to go I love my MN and has been one of the best utes I have owned.
Just like to thank all you guys for the help an inspiration over the years, I have MN wheels and tyres and an spv egr blank, standard Mn suspension, standard MN Bluetooth radio all free But you have to pick it up and you must take it all will not seperate, first to pm can have the lot
I have purchased a 2018 runout Ranger wildcat which I pick up this Wednesday.

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Re: Thanks for the memories

Postby wildturkeycanoe on Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:49 am

So sorry to see someone leaving the Triton family. I hope the Ford fulfils your needs, though secretly I want it to be a disappointing experience so you come back to the Mitsi herd. ;)
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Re: Thanks for the memories

Postby Scale on Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:37 am

wildturkeycanoe wrote:So sorry to see someone leaving the Triton family. I hope the Ford fulfils your needs, though secretly I want it to be a disappointing experience so you come back to the Mitsi herd. ;)


Thanks mate, the poor old Triton was at its limit towing my 2.6 ton van eventually I would of broken her so had to go.
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Re: Thanks for the memories

Postby jrs184 on Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:22 pm

My much loved ML has a new owner and I will perhaps be back with an auto in the future. I also wish to thank the contributors to this site for making the ownership a happy one with the huge amount of information relevant to not only the Triton but the diesel fraternity in general. I had my car for over 5 years and with the tips and tricks applied never had an issue that i could not avoid with the maintenance and mods. Thanks again and will continue to reference the site into the future.
Best wishes for 2019 and safe travelling
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Re: Thanks for the memories

Postby Scale on Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:41 am

Parts have now been taken SOLD.
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Re: Thanks for the memories

Postby NowForThe5th on Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:52 pm

Scale, do you need a link to the Ranger forum? :P

You're always welcome to drop in here and say g'day.
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Re: Thanks for the memories

Postby Scale on Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:31 pm

Ha ha thanks Chris and I will from time to time as I have a big soft spot for the mighty Triton.
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