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    Re: Looking to make the move to a hilux

    I have a 2,4 4x4 SRX, and I went everywhere the Cruiser on 35's went in Botswana.
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    Re: Looking to make the move to a hilux

    2,4 is not sluggish at all.

    Get option 3 in my opinion. Especially if you want to be offroading etc.
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    Re: COJ high Water Account

    So this little hole just got me about 15k over a few months.

    Insurance doesn't cover it, but apparently if you write with evidence to the municipality they might be graceful....
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    Re: COJ high Water Account

    Guys just found a leak in a 22mm pipe joint. Pisses me off this has cost me about 10k
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    Re: Handling the soft sand in Botswana

    100% agree with the above comment about height.

    When we were in Savuti, only the raised vehicles performed decently, no matter the tire, the Prado and Tuner, with their A/T's just ate the the...
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    Re: Rivet counters spot the mistake

    I didnt know this, my S3 has a safari roof, the roof and the skin are original and white. Must be a S3 thing.
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    Re: COJ high Water Account

    I literally have guys digging in my garden right now. My bill last month was more than I pay for water the whole year, I am feeling pretty bleak about it and don think I can recoup any of that loss...
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    Re: S11 rear door..

    What a second, I stuffed up, I thought that's was a land rover series 2 door! I saw s11 in the title and went straight to my land rover bias, so sorry man.
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    Re: S11 rear door..

    They were along the outside rim of the fake leather backing board. About 20 of them. Will take a pic for you tomorrow.
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    Re: S11 rear door..

    I did mine a few weeks ago and it just screwed off.....

    Maybe yours was glued on?
  11. Re: 2020 2.4 GD6 fuel consumption & accessories

    Something isnt right. My 2.4, 50mm lift, roof rack and RTT does 10l/100kms.
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    Re: Jors Malan Videos

    Agree, I love those videos.

    I have visited the farm a few times over the years, would love to get back there sometime.

    Keep em up Jors
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    Re: Hilux starting problems

    Even in Sandton my 2.4 sounds like the battery has low charge on the colder winter mornings.

    Especially with the vehicle sitting for longer periods now since working from home, it takes a good...
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    Re: MICE Problem in CKGR

    Whats even the thinking behind this? I thought they would eat the potato!
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    Re: Fuel additive

    Use Valve ease - works well. Basil engineering does the conversion, the prices arent too bad if I remember correctly.
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    Re: MICE Problem in CKGR

    Have a look at this stuff: https://www.hotsauce.com/16-million-pure-capsaicin-crystals-2ml/

    16 million Scoville Units

    That will melt an engine block!
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    Re: Bushcab aluminium canopies??

    Thats so great to know.

    They delivered the canopy for the wrong bakkie (later model hilux) so mine doesnt fit properly, does leak, and didnt come with brackets and no one could install it since...
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    Re: Ineos Grenadier

    A mate of mine bought that Gwagon that was on the classifieds.

    Its an absolute beast. It feels so over engineered, like it will never break or die.
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    Re: First time Kenya - need advice

    Thanks so much! This is a huge help. Really appreciate the knowledge. I will read through your reports. They will be some great inspiration.
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    Re: First time Kenya - need advice

    Sorry to hijack the thread guys, I wanted to ask, are there any booking agents for Kenya parks like there are for the Botswana parks. I am trying to help a friend book a trip.

    Thanks!

    Jade
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    Re: Power for a modem

    Installed mine today.

    Took two minutes. Will report back on how it works tomorrow when we go down.
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    Re: Where to overnight near Kang?

    We stayed there 2 years ago and it was perfectly good. We had a nice chalet, we visited the bar, and had dinner at the restaurant, which was good and hearty.

    I would stay there again in all...
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    Re: Mikem

    So good to hear that their amazing service continues. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment with them redoing the hilux's set up. They allowed me to get my hands dirty, and shared so much knowledge with...
  24. Re: What wood to use in an Long and Slow Offset Smoker???

    This weekend's pork neck https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210531/f79858a1f31868019cf4dcfb9b5f3727.jpg
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    I smoked a pork neck this weekend and it was the first time I have smoked something and it came out nicely.

    One of our biggest mistakes, is too much smoke too fast. Using woodchips for an entire...
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    Re: Northern Cape trip

    I would love to come visit in spring when the fishing heats up. Really enjoyed your videos of building the doringbaai camp.
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    Re: Braaiing and Smoking

    This has motivated me to go get a pork butt to smoke tomorrow. I have tons of cherry wood chips lying around.
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    Re: Braaiing and Smoking

    Love doing rump roasts on the braai - Well Weber, I like to get it super hot, sear it, and then put the lid on while monitoring the temp with a thermometer. I usually just rub worcestershire spice on...
  29. Re: Travelling in Botswana while being 3 month pregnant

    We went to bots 2 years ago with friends of ours who were 2 months pregnant, so into the "safe" zone of pregnancy, and not issues at all.

    It was actually a very beautiful experience for her.
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  30. Re: Waterfall Trail @ Moegatle Jimny vs Hummer

    Honestly surprised by the Patrol, I thought it would it that rock.
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    Re: Dust inside 2019 Toyota Hilux Bakkie

    I did three steps:

    Dust-kit = Works well
    Sponges in tray holes = Works well
    Positive air pressure vent = works well

    All together = 90% dust free most of the time
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    Re: Building a table with connect-it parts?

    I build a 6x6 drawer system with Connect its for my hilux out of the 25mm parts. It holds my water tank, my dual battery system, has space in the gunnels, and the 6 ammo boxes on sliders - Its been...
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    Re: Marataba Mountain Lodge

    Looks amazing man!
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    Re: Oldest Land Rover in South Africa

    I helped a friend sell a mint series 1 with a series 2 engine for 350k the other day in SA. Sure that original Series 1 pre-1950's is worth a lot more.
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    Re: Land rover what's app group

    There is a series group for series owners I belong to.
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