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    New australian

    Hi guys names Tyson.
    33 year old truck driver from a semi rural town called Ballan in Victoria. About 100k from Melbourne.
    I currently own a few vehicles. I got a bagged and body dropped 86 Toyota hilux extra can with Range Rover front end that I'm building, Iv got a Suzuki m50 boulevard, honda nv400 bobber.

    And my favourite 2 vehicles are of coarse my Mitsubishis
    my daily driver is a 2014 triton twin cab 4x4.
    my newest toy though is a 1994 triton club cab. She is totally stock but pretty bloody clean for its age. Plan is to tidy her throw my old school billets on her, lower it and basically just turn her into a cheap little minitruck whilst I build up my hilux...
    thanks for the awesome site guys I'm enjoying the pics and reading material.
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    Never seen one of those Triton's before. I like the custom bumper, looks sharp. Welcome to the forum! I'm fairly new myself. No offense, but seeing you're from Australia I couldn't help read your post and read it in my head with an Australian accent! Good to get some culture on the forum!

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    Lol no offence taken mate haha thanks I'll try to use as many Aussie slang words as possibly to keep you amused hahaha

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    Seppos!

    What kind of truck do you drive for work and why are propane conversions so popular in Oz?
    I can help get your truck to pass California smog! PM me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noahwins View Post
    Seppos!

    What kind of truck do you drive for work and why are propane conversions so popular in Oz?

    I drive a volvo tilt with a single tag trailer nothing too flash, I do machinery transport. I used to do oversize float work but gave it up to spend more time with the family. Although I will be starting a new Job in 3 weeks driving fuel tankers so I'm looking forward to a change.

    Propane is called log (liquid petroleum gas) here and since we pay between $1.60-$2.00per litre for petrol (I think that's about $6-$8 a gallon)
    and lpg is about 60c per litre (although you don't get as much distance per litre of log as you do with petrol it's still more economical)

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    lol....I like the way u talk.

    Luv when you guys show up around here and show us the different stuff from different continents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crvtec90 View Post
    lol....I like the way u talk.

    Luv when you guys show up around here and show us the different stuff from different continents.
    Lol I didn't think we use that many different words or terminology but obviously we do. But of coarse we think you guys talk strange and we talk normal hahaha

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