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  1. Wrangler 4dr Re: Wrangler Truck: Leaked Photos Unveil 2020 Jeep Gladiator

    I believe that should handle the Namib dunes nicely...
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    Re: On the way to Kosi Bay... expertise wanted

    Wakkerstroom is very nice, like a fledgling Clarens more or less. The Ntendeka Wilderness Area near Vryheid is something exceptional; a vast Afromontane rainforest with unique wildlife and majestic...
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    Re: What Can A Scorpio Do?

    Watch for the clearance and tupperware! Other than that, hook low range and enjoy. Please send pics of what you did.
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    Re: New SA bakkie on display in Nasrec - Brandt BRV

    Northern Cape and Namibian farmers! Some of their rocky tracks make Van Zyl's look like an ordinary gravel road and these new groomed excuses posing as rugged bakkies get shaken to pieces there in...
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    Re: SWB still with it?

    Go test drive a new Shortie. You'll probably sign the same day... However, something else in the showroom will draw your attention. And that is the Pajero Sport; its value for money cannot be...
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    Re: Which economical runaround 1 ton bakkie?

    Mahindra Pik Up? Apparently they're quite economical. For that price you can even get the S4 4x4! Both the S4 and S6 are powered by the recently uprated Mhawk delivering 103 KW and 320 NM's and the...
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    Re: Bat Identification Please

    Possibly this one: http://ecosolutions.co.za/bat-boxes/bat-species/wahlberg2019s-epauletted-fruit-bat-epomophorus-wahlbergi.
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    Re: Hyundai i10 Grant Auto

    Congratulations! Durban's hilly terrain causes cars to guzzle fuel, please give some feedback on the fuel consumption in the near future. I'm thinking of getting a city runabout like that.
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    Re: Shopping for a new SUV

    Aren't those the grenade models? Love Patrols though...
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    Re: Amarok xl at nampo

    A double cab and a huge bak, I can see these being popular as workhorses PROVIDED Volkswagen offers some affordable fleet models. In 4Motion form it will be an excellent base for an expedition...
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    Re: One night stop en route to Kruger

    Hotel Numbi in Hazyview has spacious, leafy grounds and apparently give a 20% discount when booking through their website. The R40 through Bushbuckridge shouldn't be a problem, just be patient and...
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    Re: One night stop en route to Kruger

    You mention secure parking, I assume you don't want to camp? We stayed at A Pilgrim's Rest in Graskop in February and it was the best guesthouse ever; good value with nice restaurants literally...
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    Re: Mercedes W123 300D

    Why oh why did we never have a 300TD alternative?? The rest of the civilized world had them since 1980 and the W124 wan't released locally until 1986... They pushed out a hearty 92 KW's and a...
  14. Re: Help request - Accommodation for 15 persons Wild Coast - September school holiday

    Try Wavecrest! We went there Feb last year and it's a paradise; fully catered and good value. Lovely beach, lagoon and indigenous forests. Others you should check out are Mazeppa Bay, Kob Inn and The...
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    Re: 3.5 Triton. Any owners?

    How many installments do you have left on the 2.5? If only a year or so you can have many more km's out of it long after the installments have been forgotten, obviously if you look after it. That 3.5...
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    Re: Good day everyone

    Welcome! What powertrain, 3.9 auto?
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    Re: Pajero hooter blares by itself

    Thanks, I saw the YouTube video yesterday as well. I don't have all the tools, I'll print the instructions out and give it to my indy. It's so ironic that when you don't have a hooter, people will...
  18. Re: Which are your most evocative African birds for the traveller?

    Kruger in summer...
    Greater honeyguide - Victorrr, Victorrr, Victorrr!
    Die, die, die, Diederik!
    Woodlands kingfisher - Ag, jirrrrrrrretjie...
    Fish eagle - Hieeer's F0##0L, F0##0L vis...
    Purple...
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    Re: New Namibian desert hideout

    Looks like it was modeled from a geode. And probably priced like an amethyst geode of the same size. Looks very nice!
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    Re: Pajero is dead, no more production.

    I think the uprated Sport that must surely follow the new Triton should be great.
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    Pajero hooter blares by itself

    Morning all. In December last year my hooter started sounding by itself while I was driving in thick mist near Durban. The only way to shut it up was to take out the fuse. I even disconnected the...
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    Re: 2019 Cherry Festival Ficksburg

    A drive through Golden Gate is always special. If you have a Wild Card you can drive the lovely secondary roads for free (e.g. to the vulture restaurant hide). You can spend the whole morning there,...
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    Re: SUV/Pick as 2nd Vehicle - Choices?

    Vulcan, is 4x4 mandatory?
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    Re: SUV/Pick as 2nd Vehicle - Choices?

    Nissan Sani. Massive inside, robust and cheap, but get an immaculate one! Or perhaps an older Kombi with the third row seats seats removed? But yes, some good advice here already as well.
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    Re: Marius's Gen4 Pajero life thread

    NOT an appliance, pheeew... Geluk Marius, alles van die beste met daai mooi Mytsebussie!
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    Re: Semonkong waterfall ruined

    That development is not right on the edge of the gorge, you can still take pictures downstream and cut out the lodge/whatever. The falls themselves are unaffected. If it's a lodge, I'd stay there......
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    Re: Restrictions on meat from RSA

    Make sure! Last month I lost all my ham and salami, pâtés, sausages (bockwurst and viennas) and cheeses at the Oranjemund border. Sad experience...
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    Re: 2019 Cherry Festival Ficksburg

    Dis meestal maar tipiese skoustront (cheesy musiek, gewone pretritte op sleepwaens, stalletjies met goedkoop Chinese drek, ens.) maar die kersies en van die kersieprodukte is heerlik. Charlie Barratt...
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    Re: Advice buy house on South Coast

    There is just sooo much to do within a reasonable drive from anywhere on the South Coast. Oribi Gorge, Ingeli Forest, Vernon Crooks, etc. My favourite is the Umtamvuna Nature Reserve; hardly any...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ranger with over 140K km?

    A bit off topic and if it's been said previously I apologise. Don't all you Ford fans think we should also get the 2.3 Ecoboost turbopetrol Rangers as offered in North America? Or even in the the...
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    Re: Witsand Nature Reserve - Brulsand

    Thanks! And it's quite close to Waterford, I wanna do a long weekend combining the two.
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    Re: Triton 2.4 DiD fuel consumption

    Ek neem aan jy het reeds die 265/65R17's opgesit? Indien jy nog wik en weeg, moenie bekommer nie want die profiel (65) is dieselfde, dus word ratverhouding (en spoed- en afstandmeter) nie beďnvloed...
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    Re: Glen Reenen - Golden Gate

    I think the construction is for the new information centre/museum at the southern end of the camping grounds. Try to find a quiet spot on the northern side. If you're staying in a chalet, insist on...
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    Re: Help choosing the right 4x4

    Pre 1999! Most of the popular post-2000 DC 4x4's have rear diff locks, the notable exception being the Nissan Hardbody 2.4 petrol (which has rear lsd that works very well, but a proper rear locker is...
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    Re: Thar

    Cool, a diesel road locomotive! How does it tow?
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