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  1. #161
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    Default New to forum

    How do i start a post. Ek is maar dom

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    Where is the pub to post a new thread. ? I not sure where my question or request will or should be posted. ((Camping near Johannesburg about max two hours away that's natural and very safe and top notch facility's. Not over crowded like a squatter camp also good for kids))

  3. #163
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    hoe kry ek n boodskap gepost ? ek is dom of n fout met my laptop ?

  4. #164
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    Just look for NEW THREAD in any of the forums.
    INDEFLATE, Now available in the online shop!
    Click below for more info.
    http://www.4x4community.co.za/shop/i...&product_id=68

  5. #165
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    Hi to Everybody,

    My name is Michael, I'm from Poland.
    I have Land Rover II.
    I love traveling off-road. I love walking in the mountains.
    I found this forum looking for information about the Land Rover and the Niamiotach James Baroud roof.

    Regards,
    Michael

  6. #166
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    Hallo almal

    Jammer aan al die geafronteerdes omdat ek nie myself bekend gestel het voordat ek gepost het nie.ter versagting kan ek net se dat ek die forum eers dopgehou het en BAIE geleer het voordat ek dringend hulp nodig gehad het, en advies op die BESTE forum kom vra het.

    Dankie aan almal wat my met swak maniere en al nog steeds gehelp het

    My naam is Court, bly en werk in Centurion, is mal oor jag,visvang en 4x4.
    Geniet my Hilux vreeslik behalwe as daai oranje liggie aankom....

  7. #167
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    Hi all..

    I am Mabutho in Richards Bay, I drive a Land Rover Discovery 3 tdv6 2005 4x4 model. A very very nice car yes and a very expensive car to maintain. I am pleased to be part of this forum, it helps me a great deal in understanding these beautiful machines

  8. #168
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    Good Morning 4x4 forum members.
    My name is Gerhard Wessels.
    I recently after searching the interwebs for about 2 years underwent a allnight drive to Port Elizabeth to aquire a 1985 SUZUKI ST90V, ( Half Loaf ).
    I do own a Daihatsu Terios also, which loves climbing pavements ( at slow speeds ) and treats every 'opportunity' to leave the tarmac as an adventure.

    I have established a ST90 "Club" alongside fellow founder "Arno" on the suzukiautoclub website compliments of Monty from WiZerd.

    Our aim and goal is to bring together all the knowledge and experience around these vehicles in South Africa.

    Our 'club' page is very much a work in progress and at this point we are yearning for the day we can get 20 - 50 of these vehicles on the highway for a morning run.

    So join us, we will try to start a sticky somewhere to get everyone talking.

  9. #169
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    Default Pieter

    Hi I am new to this 4x4 community. In the past I read a lot about what other 4x4'ers said and find it very interesting. I am the proud owner of a 2000 Isuzu Frontier (unfortunately 2x4) but not with standing done some driving on rough terrain. Now I have a GWM H5 4x4 and are very satisfied with it.

  10. #170
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    Ivandup you are not the only dom one. I've been trying for weeks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosbez View Post
    Ivandup you are not the only dom one. I've been trying for weeks!!

    Look for the "new thread" icon on the relevant topic where you want to create ,click on it and take it from there.

  12. #172
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGR View Post
    Hi I am new to this 4x4 community. In the past I read a lot about what other 4x4'ers said and find it very interesting. I am the proud owner of a 2000 Isuzu Frontier (unfortunately 2x4) but not with standing done some driving on rough terrain. Now I have a GWM H5 4x4 and are very satisfied with it.
    Welcome to the forum and enjoy
    4x4 action group
    www.gwm4x4club.co.za

    Nissan navara (camping and family truck)
    Jeep XJ (to make sure fortunes can't follow)
    Triumph tiger 800 (everyday drive)
    Conqueror safari trailer

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    Halo 44 community,my name is Benreaper,I am looking forward to becoming part of this forum,learning more about the offroad world and hopefully be able to help others aswell.

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    Default Splinter nuut

    Morning
    Brand new to site hope to chat all over.

    Big Cruiser fan and a no78 on the Bush Lapa.

    Jorrie

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    Hi all community members. I have been visiting this site regularly and finally decided to register. I currently own a Colt Pioneer (2000 model) 4x2 with diff lock. I intend to soon acquire myself a 4x4 - no fancy vehicle as I intend to use it for the purpose it was made - off road bundu bashing! I would not like to put an expensive vehicle through serious punishment - I will never hear the end of it from my other half!! I will contribute to whatever I can and have found some very interesting information on this site in the past as a visitor.

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    Welcome, nothing wrong with 2x4 with diff lock if u know how to drive it. In fact u can go where a 4x4 goes......but only half way
    Isuzu STD 2.5d 2x4 rear diffy lock
    2x spotlight,2x fog lights
    215/80/R15c tyres
    1 x great humourous driver
    GPS,Bluetooth
    Eagle eye dash cam --stolen ..bought another one
    snorkel soon
    Craig
    I DON'T LIVE IN AFRICA,AFRICA LIVES IN ME- Kyle my son

  17. #177
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    Hello everyone, im new to all of this and willing to learn from all of you. Im from Richards bay KZN. i use to be a speed junky riding super bikes but have found that being a daddy i need to calm down and enjoy the ride more. I thank you all for the above mentioned tips.

    Have a kick ass day

  18. #178
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire KZN View Post
    H............. have found that being a daddy i need to calm down and enjoy the ride more. ............

    Have a kick ass day
    That does tend to make one see life in a different view welcome here
    Henk
    Adventure is out there go find it

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    Thank you hbannink

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    Default Renault Duster roof rack

    Greeting I am new to the 4x4 community, live in Rustenburg and drive a Renault Duster 1.5 dci 4x4. Will be camping at Gariep dam in April but the trailer is getting a bit to small and I am looking at roof racks. On the net I cant find one for the Duster, yet I see a lot of them in the magazines. Please advise, and am I looking at R6k+ ?
    To see my Duster in action look for Diesel & Duster Werner Coetzee on YouTube.
    Last edited by wwcoetzee; 2014/10/19 at 08:20 PM.

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