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    Re: Suspension component Help

    Gents, dont shoot the messanger. The question was asked and I answered.
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    Re: Suspension component Help

    Not an engineer but if I recall its more in conjunction with a beam axel as opposed to the means of suspension.
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    Re: Suspension component Help

    Common in the US and Oz.

    Personnaly I dont think they will do any harm and will have been engineered, probably for a purpose.

    Perhaps research their purpose and use before making a decision....
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    Re: Suspension component Help

    Adjustable torque rods are the propper name.
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    Re: Suspension component Help

    Its a combination trailing arm and adjustable "dampner" used to control the axel movement under varying loads independently per wheel.
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    Re: Tyre presure help deep sand/dunes

    I posted some tables in the Tyre section. These give you the tyre footprint and side wall bulges for different tyres at different pressures, all tyres are not equal.

    The General Grabbers performed...
  7. Thread: Forum GTG 2021

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    Re: Forum GTG 2021

    To all the guys attending have an awesome weekend.

    Post some pics

    Cheers
  8. Thread: Camping gadgets

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    Re: Camping gadgets

    Can I add:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4pJnr-GbkA

    Laura Kampf

    Vehicle Table
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    Re: Moving From Hilux to Ranger

    Its a mixed bag.

    My own experience; 3x Rangers in my 1st 6 months in Zambia, transmission issues. Oh, and 1 power steering issue. I eventually settled on a Jeep Cherokee (liberty) :o because that...
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    Re: Spare wheel braai grid.. Who uses it?

    I considered getting one but thought it was overkill size wise and I would be able to do everything that I could do on that with an alternative.

    I opted for the LKs and Escape Gear wheel cover...
  11. Re: Why No Jeep Wranglers or Gladiators Through SA, Namibia, or Botswana?

    Which is an odd reason for the most robust and reliable vehicle in Africa. ;D

    Considering the brand is a favourite for theft, one shouldnt be surprised that the spares are available, if not quite...
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    AT Tyre Comparison Channel

    This particular segment is from 2018 but the presenter goes through his recommendations based on customer requirements

    Interesting channel to browse through
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  13. Re: Why No Jeep Wranglers or Gladiators Through SA, Namibia, or Botswana?

    Another Ozzie Cuzzin with a Jeep

    https://www.youtube.com/c/go4x4media
  14. Re: Why No Jeep Wranglers or Gladiators Through SA, Namibia, or Botswana?

    I think, even though we stem from the same colonial power, the US cuzzins went off at a tangent, when it came to vehicle design and manufacture and other things ;D

    The Ozzie cuzzins are more...
  15. Re: Anyone Gone Overlanding Through SA, Namibia, Botswana in an American Truck?

    Why did he sell Grips? That was an impressive truck
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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    Post #4 updated with detail on the Dash Stash Cover
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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    Started cutting material for the Dash Stash Cover. Instead of sewn on pouches I am going to stitch individual pouches that attach with Velcro so they can be changed, moved around and taken out of the...
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    Re: Full time 4wheel or Rear wheel

    All my vehicles have been permanent 4WD except a Ford Ranger.

    One drawback; you normally have to replace all 4 tyres at the same time whereas with a vehicle that is mainly in 2WD this might not be...
  19. Thread: Meat loaf

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    Re: Meat loaf

    From IAT awhile back ;D
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    Re: Falken Wildpeak A/T3W

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    Re: Falken Wildpeak A/T3W

    Same reason we couldnt get Golf 1 2 door here, only 4 door, but we could get the 2 door GT. Some suit decided it so.
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    Re: Meat loaf

    Basil pesto mixed in gives that med background flavour.
  23. Thread: Pizza oven

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    Re: Pizza oven

    Mike, please tell me you degalvanised the steel or at the very least, it wont be used in the chamber where food will be
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    Re: Meat loaf

    One of the IAT MLs I did was in the Vaarkie, works very well for sure
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    Re: Meat loaf

    Andrew, I also mix pork sausage meat with the mince, but not all the time, the same with my Koftas or Beef/Ham Boigas. The ratio can vary depending on tastes. I have also mixed in Boerie meat at @...
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    Re: Meat loaf

    That sounds very much like my ''BBQ'' sauce Mike. Its more of a glaze so the basic ingredients are thick soy, brown sugar or honey, balsamic or red wine vinegar, spices, garlic.

    I change it out a...
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    Re: Meat loaf

    I only mix spice and herbs into the mince as frying onions etc add to the greasyness of it. My preference is for firm slices that dont crumble when cutting, bread crumbs can help here but I dont use...
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    Re: Meat loaf

    PS: I have often added boiled eggs, pork sausage and or cheese in the centre while building the loaf. Adds a nice twist.
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    Re: Meat loaf

    There are 2 ways I do it Andrew.

    You can do it in a bread tin but it will release a lot of oil and juice, which can be drained to make the base for the gravy. You can complete the cook in the tin...
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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    17.09.2021

    Post #2 Updated with phodies and prices
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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    My Mumsy wants me to visit.
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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    And part of the Rof Rack itself





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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    "Rof" Rack on with awning and awning sleeve



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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    The drawer system/shelf is done, about 2 years ago but I havent started on the battery set up yet as it will be powered from solar. Now that the Rof Rack is done, I can mount the panel.

    But I do...
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    Re: Estee's Botched, not Bought Thread

    Hi Uri

    The cost isnt an issue, its the range that I have to keep an eye on. ;D

    The savings from my Heath Robinson botched builds will go into the fuel kitty ;D
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