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    Jeep Wrangler 3.8 Serpentine belt (Fan Belt)

    Is the Jeep Wrangler 3.8 Serpentine belt (Fan Belt) agents only or can you get it from Midas, Masterparts etc?
    I want to replace mine as preventative maintenance.
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    Re: Tyres losing pressure

    Nope, no external TPMS sensors.

    But I am going to assume it has something to do with the outside temperature, I never had this issue in summer, it started around May this year.
    I first noticed...
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    Re: Tyres losing pressure

    I normally air up according to the built in gauge on my pump, then fine tune the pressure according to my digi gauge later the day or next day. I do not rely on pressure reading when the tyre is warm...
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    Re: Tyres losing pressure

    Thanks guys, yeah I have sprayed soapy water around the rim, tyres and valve, very strange.
    I only use my Jeep week ends and the odd day in the week.
    I thought it may be due to the BFG's being a...
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    Tyres losing pressure

    Hi guys, I have 285/70R17 BFG KO1 AT's on my Jeep Wrangler.
    I have this strange problem where all 4 tyres keep losing upto 0.8 bar of pressure over a period of about 2 weeks then it settles there...
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    Re: Port Elizabeth. Where Death Wabble repair

    As the others have stated, almost always trackbar related, I bought a new one from Jeep, was about R3500, fitted myself, very easy.
  7. Thread: Which shocks?

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    Re: Which shocks?

    I can highly recommend Fox Performance 2.0 shocks!
  8. Thread: Whine/whistle

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    Re: Whine/whistle

    If it is leaking at the face of the manifold, it could burn exhaust valves.
    check to see if you can tighten some of the studs/ nut or bolts, do not over tighten as it is screwed into an aluminum...
  9. Thread: jeep front brakes

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    Re: jeep front brakes

    What Jeep are you asking advice on if I may ask?
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    Re: Jeep Century City Closing

    Well the lack of service and after sales service there is shocking so I am not surprised!
  11. Thread: Jeep JKU discs

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    Wrangler 4dr Re: Jeep JKU discs

    I bought my front ones from Masterparts, iirc about R400 per disc.
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    Wrangler 2dr Re: 2008 Jeep Wrangler 2dr

    Very reliable vehicles, the manual gearbox is nice. Shuddering on the gear lever is normal, problems I have heard and read of is that it pops out of 2nd gear, if it does not pop out, then Id say its...
  13. Thread: 4X4 not engaging

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    Re: 4X4 not engaging

    Thsi is quite common on electrical difflocks too.
    My Mitsubishi Colt, did the same on the difflock, and so did my Hilux.
    Solder the wires as suggested and some pratley steel, even heat resistant...
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    Re: Mozambique tour from Cape Town

    Awesome thanks, I have the Tuff Stuff policy in place, and my Muds are off and have older BFG KO AT's on. 285 /70 17
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    Mozambique tour from Cape Town

    Hi all,

    I have been invited to join a Mozambique tour.
    I have never been on such a tour, my brother in law does these tours for a living, he takes clients all over africa and has offered me to...
  16. Thread: Spider ID

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    Re: Spider ID

    Sort of looks like a crab spider, but i am most likely wrong
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    Re: Cheap tyre brands - any good ?

    I had Duran before on my Bantam 1.3 pickup. They were not bad at all.
    I cannot confirm the total millage out of a set as I sold it before they were done, but I did about 40k kms on them and they...
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    Re: Wrangler's rear door stopped working

    EDIT: Oops, I see your talking about the rear right door, not the tailgate, but it might be a similar fix. Ill leave this up anyways for anyone having a tailgate issue.

    If you have a JK, then its...
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    Re: TuffStuff at it again !!!

    I agree, this was a matter should of been sorted out off the open forum.
    TuffStuff have only been amazing, I can vouch for every happy client of TuffStuff, I have never heard of an unhappy...
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    Re: Video Editing Software

    Sony Vegas is fantastic, I use Pro 11
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    285/70 R17 MT Tyres

    Is anyone looking for 33" tyres for there Jeep?
    I added a post in the classifieds....
  22. Re: Water crossings with an automatic transmission

    Look in your owners manual and it will tell you the wading depth of your vehicle.
  23. Thread: No Brakes JK 2010

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    Re: No Brakes JK 2010

    Edit: I re read your post and see you do have some pressure, but Ill keep my post up for someone that may of had the same issue I did.

    Do you have a auto or manual?
    I have and auto and had the...
  24. Thread: Jimny Fuel Usage

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    Re: Jimny Fuel Usage

    When I had a Jimny, in 2013, I got around 8.5l/100km stock and 11l/100kms when lifted with 1 size up tyres.
    It was slow, very little power and just didnt feel it was worth it anymore, small, slow...
  25. Thread: Suzuki Iginis

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    Re: Suzuki Iginis

    When you drive an AMT you can learn to change gears smoother by "deaccelerating (if thats a word)" during changes, almost like driving a manual without a clutch.
    But an AMT is not bad at all, the...
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    Re: Wondering about kj

    I had a 2003 KJ, 3.7 Petrol.
    Loved it dearly.
    If I recall correctly I bought it with 130 000kms, and sold it with 190 000kms.
    It never gave me any issues. I serviced it every 10 000kms.
    I would...
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    Re: Draftsman recommendation - patio roof

    I want to get a carport builder to put up a patio roof.
    Apparently I need to get a draftsman to draw up plans and draw it on my existing house plans, then submit with the title deed to get approved...
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    Draftsman recommendation - patio roof

    Hi all,
    Can anyone recommend a well priced draftsman for me, Im on a super tight budget and need to get plans drawn up for us to put up a patio roof.
    2.8m x 5.6m
    Ive been quoted R2500 so far, is...
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    Re: Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    To add to the contact details.
    Here is his Gumtree account. the spares I needed went advertised, so I thought I'd take the chance and ask if he had and he did. So if you do need parts, give him a...
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    Re: Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    Nico Botha
    082 453 5227

    He is in Krugersdorp.
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    Re: Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    I came right guys, I went on gumtree, found a guy in Krugersdorp who has various spares advertised, asked him if he had stock, he went to look, a little while later, came back and sent pics. got what...
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    Re: Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    So far no one has what im looking for.
    Seems like the agents is the only route.
    Wow, never knew motorcycle spares are so scarce.
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    Re: Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    Tried motorcycle graveyard, no stock of what im looking for but thanks.
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    Re: Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    Craigs seems like its part of Ryans motorcycle surgery (they in partnership I think), and has an even worse attitude and service level than Ryans motorcycle surgery.
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    Secondhand motorcycle spare - WHERE

    Anyone point me in the direction where I can find spares for my CBR600RR.
    It doesnt matter whether it new or secondhand as the parts are cheap (new R95.80 ex vat each)
    Im looking for 2 small...
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