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110 v 130

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I have a 110, Mate had a 130, not a huge amount of difference actually, except 130 has better capacity. If you put wheels with a decent offset on a 130 then the turning circle won't be much different to a 110 with standard rims in any case.

Worth mentioning he sold his 130 for an Iveco tipper, for the increased (illegal) payload. Unless you need it for off road access a van is unfortunately a better option business wise....but Defe20170813_092137.thumb.jpg.6c31035265767c8aa344aec9f19f0301.jpgnder's look cooler! 

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A crewcab defender tipper will have a bed length only slightly longer than my cock.
Defenders aren't exactly renowned for driving position comfort either.

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My 130 is great off road and does exactly what you want from it but I dread driving it for any more than 15 mins on the road! It's noisy cramped and uncomfortable on a run but for all it's faults I wouldn't be without it. I still keep my l200 for longer runs and chucking the stump grinder on

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2 hours ago, Shaun@MTG said:

I've been using a l200 for utility work and it's driving me crazy the lack of space and driving position, hence crew cab Landover

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I'm the opposite, I'll drive my L200 all day but have hated every seat (driver/passenger) of every LR I've ever been in.

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