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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Eish, I was looking for something that I can zip down to the local parts store for, in any town, big or small. What other vehicles also use this setup. As nice as the Defender setup is, I don't want...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Jakes, where do you buy Defender chassis side radius arm bushes/rubbers over the counter. I started investigating sizes to see what is available for constructing everything. Everything just about...
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    Re: Nissan Patrol rear springs

    400 Pajero, and 440 Patrol.
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    Re: Nissan Patrol rear springs

    Now its bugging me, let me go measure the length.
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    Re: Nissan Patrol rear springs

    Did not measure the height, sorry. Just checked the diameter of both to see if they would fit the bucket. 180mm on both of them. Patrol spring is 40mm longer and a lot heavier. Way more difficult to...
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    Welcome back Jakes.
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    Re: Nissan Patrol rear springs

    Want to ask what you are wanting to achieve. Looked at the springs and see the difference. Question is, are the Patrol springs not too hard? 40mm higher than the Pajero springs. ...
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    Gedog daai rook is bietjie te veel.
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Video of the start up... https://youtu.be/e5Fr0UoJf20
    Low Range test.... https://youtu.be/wtLAu001TXY
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Sunday I really wanted to do something on the Sani, but the wind was howling most the day. I messed around a bit with brake lines on the rear diff, and eventually found the previous failed attempts...
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    Hence my comment that these drive by wire systems present a unique cut off oppertunity which our old manual systems did not. I investigated a type of cable clamp which would release as soon as you...
  12. Re: Hand throttle for diesel drive by wire vehicles

    Not really a cruise control, my hand throttle only gives me half foot throttle ( could be less), that only gives me about 80km/h on a flat run, with up to 130 on down hills. I tried it as a cruise...
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    Ek het VW Golf gehad wat groot blowby gehad het. Sou olie vergader in die intake wat die kar smoor op die volgende opdraande. Het toe breather sommer in a ou 5L olie kan laat uit loop wat ek en enjin...
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    Weet nie of ek sou terug gaan sump toe nie. Olie wat gekondenseer is in die catch can lyk nie normaal weg baie goed nie. Partykeer as of dit water op tel.
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Also wanted to update the plans on the 3 link, as they have changed a bit. I spent a fair time speaking to some of the guys from the Suzuki (whatsapp) forum. A lot of them converting the stiff SJs to...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Spent some time on the Sani today, and did final test fit of the TC carrier into the chassis. I am as close as dammit with the two TCs alignment. Measuring with tape measure, it looks perfect....
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    Hehe, myne so geloop toe ek die pomp se fuel skroef sommer a hele draai verder oop gemaak het. Trek soos a stoom trein. Kan jy sien wat het dit aan jou boost gemaak?

    Off topic, maar watse ligte...
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    Water temp is baie stadig om te beweeg in vergelyking met EGT. My 2.7 sal loop vir 4-5 km met EGT in die rooi voor water temp hoog begin raak. Dan is dit te laat. Myne gestel laat hy hop, maar EGT is...
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    Wat loop jou EGTs?
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    Re: Driving habits Good and Bad

    Then I'm happy with my "performance". Last "serious" accident I had was around 1994 when I narrowly avoided a head on with a drunk driver, I had already slowed down to a crawl and was half way off...
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    Re: Driving habits Good and Bad

    Agree with you on your points. Will however select neutral and "free". And I do it often as I have two section close to me, where a "free" gives me 1km on the one, and 2.4km on the other. Lol, I...
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    Re: Single ATB vs front and rear ATB

    Lets hope Malcolm finds this thread. He added a LSD to the front of his Terrano. Not sure what/if he had anything in the rear, but I know he raved about the improvement. I took a short spin in the...
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    Re: Wheel alignment needed AGAIN???

    With IFS I went from place to place to eventually get the alignment right. Then I took some measurements of the tie rods and draglink, and set up a set as spares that I could just swop over, or at...
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    Wou sÍ, alby my 2.7td's het hul dipsticks uit gestoot. Maar jy het baie groter probleem veroorsaak as jou breather op verkeerde kant van turbo in gaan.

    Maar hy loop goed, klink ook goed, nice...
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    Re: Wheel alignment needed AGAIN???

    Lol, just IFS.
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    MediaRelease: Re: Adendorf Hi Lift Jack

    This was before Malcolm had his Patrol, back in 2008.
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    Re: Okavango delta and your vehicle

    Back in the day (2006-2010), we did preventative maintenance, pre and post servicing, no matter the type of trip. It could be a day trip to Hennops, or a two week overlanding trip. Things like...
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    Re: Independent trailer suspension DIY question

    Wow, thanks for that info. I did realise where the roll centre is, and that it extends under the ground behind the wheels. Makes so much sense why a trailer can be so unstable. Also makes sense why...
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    Re: Independent trailer suspension DIY question

    Mike, sorry, I know this is a hijack, but you mention something that has me tickled on a trailing arm trailer setup... that is the roll centre. Roll centre on a trailing arm setup is usually...
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    Re: My solar geyser setup.

    Any chance of getting pics of your bends please.

    Thermosyphon can be fairly strong. I have seen systems that can "pump" into an underfloor grid to do underfloor heating during the day. Simply due...
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    Re: My solar geyser setup.

    My "feeling" is just my understanding from what I have heard the guys talking about offgrid systems on youtube. I have heard it mentioned a few times that systems would go in reverse if you dont have...
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    Re: My solar geyser setup.

    Sounds like your thermosyphon goes into reverse as soon as the panel drops to lower temp than the geyser. Thats why your temp is lower on top than bottom. Do you have a non return valve that only...
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    Re: Okavango delta and your vehicle

    Diff and gearbox/transfercase breathers should be one of the very first things that you do as an aspirant offroader. I extended and "T'd" mine all together and joined up with factory breather...
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    MediaRelease: Re: Adendorf Hi Lift Jack

    That would be Malcolm in his Terrano. Would be nice if he came and posted some pics of that setup he did way back when. I remember seeing it the first time in 2008 at Rust de Winter.
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    Re: Okavango delta and your vehicle

    With viscous fans, you can just tie up the blade to stop it from turning for the water crossing. I had an old oil filter seal looped over my thermostat housing on the old td27, with another in the...
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