That's no insignificant amount, especially with the rising cost of fuel.I thing I can easily about 250kgs of weight without a problem, and maybe another 100kg through not carrying thing we don't actually need
Yes, we found things that we would never need, like a full gasket set and bearing set for the engine, and a spare set of injectors. If we were going on our around the world trip, then maybe I would carry them, but I have various spares all packaged up and labeled so people back home out send them out. Rebuilding the engine next to the side of the road is pretty unlikely even for meIain_U1250...A few yrs back I lead a group of 7 rigs on a 6 week trip solely on dirt. A few weeks before the trip I made everyone completely empty out their rigs to see what everyone was carrying. HOLY ******** the excess of items/weight was insane. Who the hell needs carry a full transfer box rebuild kit around? Not like they are going to rebuild it on the side of the road. Good luck with the "cleansing".
My first car had that, and I thought it was great as well. Now I have both the indicator stick option and the foot switch, and I find the foot switch a lot easier. This is the Mk1 version, but the switch is in the right position for me to tap it with my ankle easilyFor many years, at least in the 60s and 70s, high beam switches were on the (USA) driver's left side floor board, where you may find a dead pedal or foot rest. This makes so much sense to me, but I have not seen it on a car or truck in decades. Tap the switch to turn on the high beams, tap it again to dim them. Easy peasey.