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hi all i was thinking about heading to the otway rangers in first week off jan just after some diretion for some good 4wd tracks or what maps i should get for around that area
yeah thats what im talking about can not weight to test out the new 33inch MTZ
Yes mate, be prepared to self recover or have another vehicle with you, recommend a winch and a long snatch strap. The Otways is 35s and bigger country and you will find the 33s hung up in lots of places.33's eh, hope you got good recovery gear and a winch !
Funny as hell and all the Otway Rangers are tree planting wallys. The Otway Ranges are great though, Heavily policed but great.If you want to find 'Otway Rangers' then I'd suggest going to the rangers' hut, somewhere in the Otway ranges
I am not sure there is any good advice there for the OP though Tys? The tracks that you have just named should be attempted by only vehicles that are very well setup and drivers that know what they are doing.here a video of xxxxxxxxxx in april this year!! me and two mate are going down for a few days next week to try this and xxxxxxx tracks!! --------, but as stated 33's will get you caught up pretty quick down there!! even at paddys swamp (near anglesea)!! YouTube - Otway 4wd at Anzac Day 2010 (Boosted Intercooled turbo diesel, petrol Patrol GQ)
Good on you Tys, appreciate your edit and as you say "an easy track can be the hardest track out there "just around the corner".edited as requested!! look i didnt mean any harm to anyone with that post!! i thought of it as a kind of warning of what to expect!! even tracks that start easy anywhere can turn to the hardest of tracks justaround a bend!! as you stated"Just be aware mate and respect where you are, because its a line on the map does not mean that you can drive it." i thought i was crossing these track off there list when they watched what was involved!! thatnks for the suggestion, it has been taken onboard, but please see where i was coming from!!