Thanks for your PM. Much appreciate your time in replying. We are basically doing it alone. We don't know any other Treg owners or for that matter have friends with 4WD's. I did all of my vehicle breaking when I was much younger and into modifying. My ex army SWB Landy ended up with front and rear difflocks, Toyota Coaster 5 speed, 3.4lt Toyota diesel and the transfer case from an old 3 speed Cruiser. Low first was 70:1!!! With the diff locks and that low ratio it would climb a brick wall. Had 8000lb Warn electric winch for recovery. These days, I still have my old Tirfor TU16 hand winch and a Warn recovery kit along with a set of TREDS. Too much like hard work!
I found a site on drones and I liked the DJI. It has great reviews. I've also checked out gimbal and mounting systems today. It all looks very good and affordable more importantly. OMG - you're divers too - haha!
I hope we get the chance meet in the future Paul. Thanks again.
Also fault shows up on Vagcom under address 69 - trailer tail light. It revealed the fault was present when trailer plug first fitted but fault was cleared, not addressed. Pretty slack auto electrician. Do you have a Ross-Tech Vag Com? Very handy item.
Found out today what is causing the "Check tail light" message and it turns out the cause is a faulty Trailer Plug Module, which is located in the back, right side (looking from the rear) Apparently there have been a few of these faults lately. There is no problem until you connect the trailer/caravan etc and then the fault light comes up on the dash. A new trailer plug module, which should be covered under warranty for you will correct the problem. I suggest you get your dealer to attach the trailer plug tester to the plug then check your dash and the light should come on if the module is the problem.