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Comments

    • Sean Du
      Sean Du

      I'm sorry you had to edit out the footage of the new Range Rover broken down. It was on public land why can't we see it?

      about 6 days ago
    • achmad mubharak
      achmad mubharak

      Defender with land cruiser engine and transmission on it,.....damn..

      about 22 days ago
    • DAVID FORBES
      DAVID FORBES

      Good shit !!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • George Edmondson
      George Edmondson

      absolutely no part of any of the driving done in this video required a suspension lift

      about 1 month ago
    • Bernhard Schweighofer
      Bernhard Schweighofer

      Great video guys, nice a casual. Im a Disco freak and in 7 years gone from a 200TDi to a D1 300TDi, to a D1 V8, then D2 TD5 Storm Tuned and just got a D3 V6 diesel but still own a D1 twin locker 4.6 V8 that I bobtailed for full off road. Great capable vehicles.

      about 2 months ago
    • Spencer Branting
      Spencer Branting

      Every time I see a beard that long, I think two things: 1) Rasputin didn't really die despite being poisoned, shot, and then drowned. Or, 2) that birds are going to fly out to bring back worms for their babies to eat.

      about 2 months ago
    • Javier Herrera
      Javier Herrera

      what book is he holding at looking at the trail ratings?

      about 2 months ago
    • C MH
      C MH

      Geez, I thought you were on my cottage road for a second.

      about 2 months ago
    • GBR080R
      GBR080R

      You got plenty of room here...crunch

      about 2 months ago
    • Dino's Shed
      Dino's Shed

      Have a look at my avatar, there’s another high mileage cheap d2 getting the job done. On the climb it’s on in this picture there’s 30 plus vehicles which couldn’t reach the top, they tried very hard and snapped axles, cv’s, one diff centre and a roll over. One guy slipped over and fractured his wrist as it’s steep and slippery, the disco went to the top without issue.

      about 2 months ago
    • Martin Pajdlhauser
      Martin Pajdlhauser

      Do you think discovery is good first car to own?

      about 2 months ago
    • David Dousay
      David Dousay

      I used my hill decent control once on my d2. And never again. Manual mode low rang 1st gear way slower and more controlled.

      about 2 months ago
    • Omar Ashraff
      Omar Ashraff

      "Notorious is bad" atta boy Dad! Hey check out this Discovery 2 website. More Landy fans! https://www.offroaddiscovery.com

      about 2 months ago
    • Bullitt Outdoors
      Bullitt Outdoors

      Ophir = oh-fear?!? Fairly sure it’s Oh-Fur

      about 3 months ago
    • efs83dws
      efs83dws

      Well done video and exciting.

      about 3 months ago
    • james stein
      james stein

      great one guys ... tks to u both..enjoying your add of Tommy. your channel is growing glad to see your sucess

      about 3 months ago
    • Jake B
      Jake B

      Dale + Lois like this if you caught it

      about 3 months ago
    • Little Bull
      Little Bull

      Get it done without the locker man you were doing fine, challenge 💪🏻

      about 3 months ago
    • N S
      N S

      So how big are the tires? " Bigger than stock" is a bit vague.

      about 3 months ago
    • Matthew Hatton
      Matthew Hatton

      Watching the video again. I will have to say I'm glad you said get the strap when they exploder couldn't make it. All he was doing was digging bigger holes which causes more erosion of the trail. If you can't make it suck it up and wench out

      about 3 months ago
    • Alexandre Salathe
      Alexandre Salathe

      Roman could use some more spotting practice, often he does it in a nonchalant manner that gets rigs bumped

      about 3 months ago
    • Volker Kossmann
      Volker Kossmann In reply to Alexandre Salathe

      Roman should just shut up! All this dumb drivel ... nauseating.

      about 2 months ago
    • Vince Nunes
      Vince Nunes

      I have a discovery 1 land rover with a diesel engine .. On the Island of Madeira it has been sitting in a garage in storage for past 18 years.. any ideas in what need to be done in getting its started and suggestions on upgrading gear on it.I am moving to Portugal and intend getting it back on the road

      about 4 months ago
    • RT Molinari
      RT Molinari

      Wow I have never heard of this trail before. I must do this! Prob in the same trip that I do Imogene with black bear 😏

      about 4 months ago
    • cecilio salinas
      cecilio salinas

      I was hoping that poor dog didn't get ran over!

      about 4 months ago
    • Portia Benson
      Portia Benson

      The best part of this entire video was Maggie, the dog. Cool video. Keep'em coming.

      about 4 months ago
    • tomasodesign
      tomasodesign In reply to Portia Benson

      Yeah nothing like having to worry about a dog running around when your offroading.

      about 3 months ago
    • Skydof Inurhead
      Skydof Inurhead

      The slide on red cone is nothing what it use to be. I think at some point a bulldozer notched the trail and removed most of the slide. I remember the slide was very soft and you would come done it with part of the mountain sliding with you. The trick was to unlock the front hubs so yo could steel steer as came down the slide.. Like the trail leader said the trail changes over time.

      about 5 months ago
    • Roxana Schram
      Roxana Schram

      These kind of videos are my favourite by far. Showing a more off road experience with something older. It has a bit of overland feel and I love it.

      about 5 months ago
    • Corry Arbuckle
      Corry Arbuckle

      My proudest moment as owner of a '99 D2 was in January 2010 (I think it was), when we got an enourmous and unusal snow storm that put over 3' of snow on the ground here in SW PA. Streets in my neighborhood were impassable for up to 3 weeks and some vehicles were snowed over and unavailable to their owners during that time.

      I lived on a street that was low on the priority list for snow removal. After it stopped snowing we had a gorgeous day. I got into my D2 and put it into low I think the only time I had it. I drove around the neighborhood and ran my errands. It was tough slow going. I noticed people with snow shovels stopped to watch me go by. Then some came over stopped me and told me the Land Rover was the only vehicle that successfully had made it through their street. They had seen pickups and Jeeps try and all turn back. (Not trying to diss Jeep owners; I'm an old CJ5/7 fan). They were impressed.


      To this day there are people in my old neighborhood who will say, you may have a 4x4, but if the decal doesn't say Land Rover, it's not an off road vehicle.

      about 5 months ago
    • Lawson Mahoney
      Lawson Mahoney In reply to Corry Arbuckle

      Corry Arbuckle being both a Jeep owner and a Land Rover owner (Disco 3 and Cherokee, but owned Wranglers and 2 D1s) from NH, I can promise you that had everything to do with your tires and nothing to do with your car. The 4WD systems work virtually the same. Both typically come with open diffs which would’ve made the difference.

      about 3 months ago
    • Ranger xp crew 1000
      Ranger xp crew 1000

      Love the in field modes to accommodate bigger tires
      Brings back memories

      about 5 months ago
    • Vlad Vechtomov
      Vlad Vechtomov

      great video. Hope to see more disco videos

      about 5 months ago