Despite the fair State of Victoria being a neighbour, it’s the tyranny of time, not distance, that prevents me from visiting that 4WD Holy Grail in the Great Dividing Range, the Victorian High Country, more regularly.

My first visit was near-thirty years ago, the last five years ago and again I find myself there in 2023 and twice. Too long between drinks, and there have been a few of those too.

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There are some real benefits that come with upgrading the undercooked stock suspension in your Triton or Pajero Sport, from ride and handling improvements, to improved load carrying ability. But there are choices to make and some basic physics to understand, before you throw your credit card at a new kit.
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Our most recent visit to K’Gari (Fraser Island) in the Triton was our third in as many years and each successive visit has seen our Triton morph from completely stock, through to the far more capable and comfortable vehicle you can see in these most recent trip pics. 
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Isuzu came up with a winning formula with the release of their significantly improved MY2021 D-MAX. It took a vehicle that was well behind the competition in most aspects and turned it into something desirable and the result has been a serious leg up the sales chart.

This particular X-Terrain belongs to Damien and Alysa, who I met on one of my off-road driver training programs, shortly after they took delivery back in 2021.

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Prior to owning my 2020 Mitsubishi Triton GLXR, I knew nothing about 4x4’s let alone 4x4 modifications. The purpose of getting the Triton was to take my family on camping trips to destinations we couldn't get to previously and away from the crowds.
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Since we introduced our Dynamic Tune suspension, as an alternative to our stock Sports suspension, 95 percent of our sales have been for Dynamic Tune kits, and the feedback we're receiving is 100 percent positive. 

Traditionally, 4x4 lift kits have been all about being 'heavy duty' (I hate that term, it just means you're going to get a sore back) with a focus on load carrying, not ride comfort, but if you can have both, why wouldn't you?

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