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So, you have a deep gold detector (PI) and a small gold detector (VLF) and some extra coils. You don't have a Quad or a 4x4 but you have a truck that will get you to most of the 'spots' that are near a good trail.

What would you buy or spend $7000-8000 on next so that you find more gold?

1. A new detector?

2. A Quad?

3. Gold finding lessons?

4. New Computer?

5. New Dry Washer?

6. What is on your list first?

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So, you have a deep gold detector (PI) and a small gold detector (VLF) and some extra coils. You don't have a Quad or a 4x4 but you have a truck that will get you to most of the 'spots' that are near a good trail.

What would you buy or spend $7000-8000 on next so that you find more gold?

1. A new detector?

2. A Quad?

3. Gold finding lessons?

4. New Computer?

5. New Dry Washer?

6. What is on your list first?

7-8 K??? Wooohooo...I'm rich!!!

Since I'm "detectorless" I'd try finding somebody with a "lightly used" SDC2300 & compliment it by building a "vac pack"...then I'd fix or replace the fridge in my motorhome....since I'd still have a good chunk of cash, I'd probably sell the Bronco & try to find a smaller pickup in 4WD that would be tow able with the motorhome...Rokon in the back of the pickup...I'd be ready.

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Fred You beat me to it ... Trip to Australia would be my first choice ... I have all the other stuff on that list! Is someone sending me $7000? Just PM me and I will give you the address to send the check to! :):brows::old:

Mike F

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Personally I would probably head to WA ... Camp out for 3-4 weeks!

Nullagine, WA area. In Perth buy a good used Toyota Ute. 4x4, extra diesel tank, 5- five gallon water jugs only use for cooking and drinking. A lot of baby wipes for you nightly bath. A lot of people die there every year because they run out of water.

A good GPS ( or two) and plenty of batteries. Be ready to do a lot of walking and every direction looks the same. You'll learn real soon what Spinafix is, bad stuff but has gold under it.

A good tool box and several rock chisels and a good sledge hammer. A good tent is a must unless you can sleep in the Ute.

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Bulletproof my F250 6.0 liter so I have faith that when I turn the key seven miles off a paved road, down a wash, that it'll start and not leave me stranded on a 110 degree day. If any's left over put it towards a Rokon.

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