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    Are 4x4's....

    .... allowed on the rugby pitch?

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    If you're on the rugby pitch you're fecking lost ;-)
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    Are 4x2s allowed on the rugby pitch.......

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    It's all fine as long as there are no plus4s :-D

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    How about 2WD 4WD's?

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    just watch out for the 3 wheelers they get everywhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    .... allowed on the rugby pitch?
    Hope so. My LPG powered vehicle will cost me less to get there than taking the bike.
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