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    Re: Show us your towing combination

    Dis nogal wild daai...
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    Re: Introducing Myself As A New Member

    Welcome and enjoy!
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    Re: EyeGas Pro gas bottle monitor

    Sjo, would be very useful, just super expensive. Any notion on how it actually works?
  4. Thread: DSG gearbox

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    Re: DSG gearbox

    I agree with that, DSG is a good design, but has limitations, I for one don't use my Q5 for heavy towing or crawling up hill (any instance where the computer would be inclined to slip the clutch as...
  5. Thread: Well now...

    by Commander
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    Re: Well now...

    Couple of observations:

    So the best is the worst?
    The Hilux is much faster (down a hill when that isn't what you want.)
    Sitting in the backseat of a DC can literally shake you to pieces (think...
  6. Re: New Touareg for daily gravel road driving

    Yes my Q5 is older, but it is very good at gravel, and one can always pick up some 17"s or 18"s second had if the profile is a problem (most do come with an option of less flashy wheels). Depending...
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    Re: My Wooden model car thread

    The level of care that goes into these is just astonishing! Keep up the good work!
  8. Re: Is nissan navara expensive to maintain like triton and amarok?

    Well I can't comment on the other bakkies, but when I was looking into getting a Pathfinder the service costs were quite high. Major service was on par (but more expensive) than a major service at...
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    Re: Miriam & Axel from Berlin, Germany

    Welcome! Remember to share your adventures!
  10. Re: New here and will take all the advice I can get!

    Start a thread in the Toyota section asking the questions, you will get much better traction on getting them answered there.
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    Re: Greetings from the UK

    Welcome and enjoy Keith!
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    Re: Grand Cherokee 2015 petrol - Summit Version

    Well yes, it does make a difference if one earns in Divided States Dollhairs 😂, but indeed.
  13. Re: Sprite SP tourer and Moremi/Savuti/Linyanti (Botswana)

    My dad has a Sprite SP tourer, he got some internal damage while doing one of the gravel roads to Sutherland. So my first reaction would be no. I don't know the roads in question, but as far as I can...
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    Re: Grand Cherokee 2015 petrol - Summit Version

    Thanks for the in-depth review, sounds like you are enjoying the Jeep! Consumption is respectable for a lively 3.6 petrol with 226Kw.

    My brother in the US just bought a brand new Grand Cherokee L...
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    Re: Grand Cherokee 2015 petrol - Summit Version

    Slightly off topic, but on my Q5 there is close to 2l/100 difference between towing a 7ft venter and not towing @120km/h I was really shocked by this as I expected it to be almost negligible (one...
  16. Re: Gas geyser is the way to go convince me otherwise.

    I love my solar geyser, sits above 70 most days, so almost difficult to empty out in normal use. It is just expensive for a 2nd bathroom, so will take a long time to recoup the initial installation...
  17. Re: Taking on the Ga -Ma Trails (By Invite) 23rd April to 1st May 2022

    Fantastic! Make sure to do a lot of video, would love to see them so I can live vicariously. Those trails are on my bucket list for one day.
  18. Re: Gas geyser is the way to go convince me otherwise.

    The flat has its own 150l geyser, due to how it is located it it would be impractical to share a geyser. Power is included in the rent, which is a bit of a problem for obvious reasons. I actually...
  19. Re: Gas geyser is the way to go convince me otherwise.

    The second bathroom is for the kids, they are still small, so they generally bath in about 7cm of luke warm water and all 3 of them bath either back to back or at the same time. I have considered...
  20. Re: Gas geyser is the way to go convince me otherwise.

    Can the guys with gas chime in on this comment?

    I am currently seriously considering installing a gas geyser for the 2nd bathroom and perhaps the flat (bachelors with 1 person living in it). I...
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    Re: My New Treggie

    Drop me a line when the time comes, I may be interested.
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    Re: My New Treggie

    Congrats! Hope you have many more trouble free miles! I also enjoyed mine and it was very capable off road. Bit off topic, but those 7ft Venters seem to be quite rare, my dad has one and the extra...
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    Re: LC200 - a million Rand mistake?

    Damn! I was just about to say it is very close to me, so maybe I should just go buy it during my lunch break ;D
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    Re: LC200 - a million Rand mistake?

    I would be more impressed if anyone buys it at that price 😂
    The sales office is probably inundated with phone calls!
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    Re: Buying an ML 350 CDI advice

    Congrats! I hope you enjoy that ML very much!

    Regarding the roof rack I can't offer much insights, but would recommend you check out the car's manual for the roof load rating, it may be less than...
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    Re: Old door to unique table

    Very nice! I like it.
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    Re: Buying an ML 350 CDI advice

    I find that that is the best approach with modern cars, get someone who is an expert and has the tools for a specific brand. It does to a certain extent influence my buying decisions as I know if a...
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    Re: Buying an ML 350 CDI advice

    I was going to say HP fuel pump perhaps? I hope this resolves the issue. It is a bit concerning that your mechanic seems to be taking the rout of replacing parts rather than diagnosing, is he a Merc...
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    Re: Grand Cherokee 2015 petrol - Summit Version

    As far as I recall that flashlight charges while stored in the car, so that helps at least.
  30. Re: New here and will take all the advice I can get!

    Should be able to find some OEM 16" from olx or one of the others, plenty of owners tossing them in favour of 20"s. (Makes little sense, maar nou ja)
    If these 20"s aren't poked you may even be able...
  31. Re: New here and will take all the advice I can get!

    Some Everest's come standard with 20" wheels, is this aftermarket wheels?

    Between those two it is probably much of a muchness in my opinion...
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    Re: GMW P series modifications

    Some nice looking bakkies!
  33. Re: Real word ownership experience - LC 200: V8 4.6l petrol vs V8 D4D

    Wel, dan is dit die antwoord, al wat ek kan se is dat daai 3rd kar nie n platkar hoef te wees nie, dit kan n softroader wees, ek was nooit n fan van n softroader nie tot ek een gekoop het. Maar as 3...
  34. Re: Real word ownership experience - LC 200: V8 4.6l petrol vs V8 D4D

    Ja maar jy is nie verkeerd nie... Dis wel maklik om vir n ander ou goeie advies te gee met jou kop, hy moet self met sy hart deal...

    As ek nou my 2 sent kan ingooi sou ek ook dalk eerder die 105...
  35. Re: Digital Tyre Inflator - Petrol Stations/Garages

    My honest opinion is the garage inflators aren't accurate (well not properly accurate), but it is better than not checking tires at all. Best is to do it at home and check with your own gauge, but...
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