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    Re: Terios vs jimny

    Thanks got the in depth write up, what was the actual fuel consumption of the 2 vehicles?
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    Re: Prof's Rocky Thread

    Awesome news, I had a similar issue on a 2T bike crank where the magneto nut came loose and the loose magneto damaged the keyway but like yours still enough meat left to be functional. I just...
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    Re: Prof's Rocky Thread

    Eeish, so sad, is the engine still rescuable though?
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    Re: Prof's Rocky Thread

    So when's the white Rocky going to be running?!
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    Discovery 4 Re: Quest for the perfect rear bumper

    Is there anything else like that on the market locally or internationally?

    Because if it looks as good in person as it does in the photos they will surely sell like hot cakes in the international...
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    Discovery 2: Re: TD5 Excessive water pressure

    We are praying for you Dewald [emoji6]
    It's terrible having bottomless pit issues and nothing nicer than finally nailing them.
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    Re: Keeping cool in a tent - tips?

    That's very close to the cash Crusaders version, is that one also 2 speed?
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    Re: Whoops - New (Old) Landy Owners

    Waiting expectantly for an update. Be interesting to see Peter Street shimmy and shake his way out of another pickle, the poor guy is just so misunderstood..
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    Re: Keeping cool in a tent - tips?

    My 2 speed metal USB fan has a 180mm blade and blows a significant amount of air. I honestly can see anyone needing more than that, I use it at home in preference to a 220v fan because it makes less...
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    Re: Ridiculous maintenance cost of Freelander II

    Abs and airbags seem to be relatively bullet proof and maintenance free from my experience, pretty low tech in the grand scheme of things. I've tested the abs extensively on my current vehicle when I...
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    Re: Keeping cool in a tent - tips?

    Cash Crusaders used to sell some very nice USB fans, just about perfect, metal construction and great air movement, could run the whole day+ on a 6000mah USB battery bank.
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    Re: Ridiculous maintenance cost of Freelander II

    Well there we have it, the engineers got it all wrong, airbags are just about worse than useless.

    Even if they are only effective up to 60km/h I'm game, a good solid smash at that speed is enough...
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    Re: Ridiculous maintenance cost of Freelander II

    That's not the way I understand them to work and personally I'd rather headbutt an airbag than my steering wheel, no matter the speed. But then again maybe I'm just not very hard headed [emoji14]
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    Re: Whoops - New (Old) Landy Owners

    Hauw.
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    Re: Ridiculous maintenance cost of Freelander II

    Lane/parking/distance etc etc assist is unneeded complication but Abs and airbags are relatively basic and really functional technologies.

    Being cautious/defensive and wide awake when driving...
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    Re: Ridiculous maintenance cost of Freelander II

    Who needs air bags or ABS.
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    Re: Whoops - New (Old) Landy Owners

    Eeish.
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    Re: Subaru Forester Aircon issues

    Sounds like these guys are not too clued up and are using the replace parts till its fixed method of troubleshooting the issue.

    I'd ask around and find somewhere else, maybe one that's known to be...
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    Re: Safe and more affordable areas in Cape Town?

    That midday traffic is what really gets me in Capetown, its like there's a permanent rush hour, some roads have that till almost 7pm everyday. The M3 going through Newlands is a good example.
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    Re: Calling D4 owners

    Agreed, cruising at 140km/h on those roads he can only be one of those chops that come flying up your bum on some narrow single lane highway, virtually forcing you into the yellow lane/road margin,...
  21. Re: mitsubishi colt v6 aircon making screeching sound

    First one to check is the tension on the Ac belt, if that's fine then start checking elsewhere but that is a common issue for belt screech related to the Ac.
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    Re: Spongebob The SJ410

    That's a lot of work done!
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    Re: Harbody DC Twin Turbo build

    This is an epic thread, good to see it starting up again.

    The thread reminds of many foolish ambitions I've had in the past with rebuilds and the epic struggles that ensued. Like a bulldog you...
  24. Re: What manual gearbox oil will help with notchy shifting and hard cold shifting?

    Do you remember noticing better cold shifting with the Bot or Syntrans?
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    Re: Zero To Hero Challenge

    Rough situation but please count the cost before you go any further, you may find it is far more economical in both cost and your time to sell it as is and get out as much as you can asap.

    Those...
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    Re: Is this place OK to stay over?

    Thanks Danie, out of interest sake how far is it to Mossel bay central from stilbaai
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    Re: Insurance Brokers in George?

    Thanks all for the recommendations
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    Considering how most people never change gearbox oil from factory I'd start with changing it, it's a pretty easy job as car maintenance goes, normally the only real fiddle is getting the new oil in....
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    Re: Insurance Brokers in George?

    Personal insurance.
  30. Re: What manual gearbox oil will help with notchy shifting and hard cold shifting?

    Seeing many mentioned 10W30 engine oil was used in older Honda gearboxes I tried Shell Helix HX8 5W40 fully synthetic engine oil and the cold shifting is much improved, the shifting into reverse...
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    Re: Insurance Brokers in George?

    Thanks Jean, they look to be more focused on life insurance and investments but I'll give them call.
    If anyone has any other brokers they can recommend please do share, I would like to have a few...
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    Re: Safe and more affordable areas in Cape Town?

    What is the nature of residential crime in Capetowns suburbs?

    The reason I ask that is from my experience in most big cities in SA like Durban and JHB in virtually all the suburbs you either have...
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    Re: Is this place OK to stay over?

    Stilbaai is a good one, how long is the drive from the N2 to Stilbaai?
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    Insurance Brokers in George?

    Does anyone know of an independent insurance broker they can recommend in George?
    Feel free to pm me if preferred or just reply here.
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    Re: Safe and more affordable areas in Cape Town?

    Looking at many of the suggestions and there I was hoping there would be suitable areas within 50km of capetown, is that but a pipe dream?

    Considering the safe and affordable requirements which...
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