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    Re: Atlantis dunes

    Thank you Andrew, quickly drove out there today, yes open.
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    Re: triton:project armrest

    Managed to build an armrest, works a charm - had it upholstered at a Malawian chap who works in Kilarney Gardens, use bolted on to existing hinge.
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    Re: Pre fabricated down pipe

    Maybe the fact that you spoke about a "dump pipe" put him in another direction, down pipe might have him thinking in the right direction?
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    Re: Atlantis dunes

    Hi All. Want to make a trip out to Atlantis Dunes on Saturday - do anyone know if it is open, according to Cape tourism, not open:'(
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Now that is one very neat loading system!
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Jacques, thank you for posting - no electronics, lights on dashboard?
    How difficult was it to take off that piece of exhaust? Did you undo the exhaust from manifold side?
    Do you need a special tool...
  7. Re: I've been gone for quite some time - but I'm back!

    That is a gem of a Pajero! I am not that technically inclined - I will have to have my inlet manifold checked out, now on 240k km. WRT the adjustment of the dash display - very clever car - does not...
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    Re: Convince me not to

    Sjoe, Nys enige man se droom.
    Jy sal moet vinnig spring al die Toy manne trol - DAAI Toy manne gaan jou voorspring - hulle kry een of ander jag konsessie naby Swakop - neusie verby vir jou!
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    Re: Triton Glove Box

    Oi!, me too! (Des 2019) Had to force open glovebox to pay for diesell:( Broke it open now not closing properly have to look for scrapyard part.
    Wish I had also read the glove box problem earlier!
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    Cherokee Re: Rear brakes 1998 sport

    Marcus, you will find that your local Clutch and Brake Center will "retread" your old shoes as good as new at a fraction of the price.
    Show them the spring - they will have a matching size.
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    Re: New here

    Welcome Marcus, "All things bright and beautiful" you will find here, enjoy the Jeep.
  12. Re: Recommend best campsite on Garden route

    ^^^^^ What they said.
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    Re: Not exactly new but hey...

    LEGEND CARS!! Cannot make out - 1600, 16v excellent drive or is it the V6?. Has limited slip diff at the back. Awesome 4x4 takes anything in its stride.
    Roomy inside, just a honest good family car,...
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    Reenen, jy sal 'n masker op daai Pajero se gesig moet sit, hy gaan Nissan virus opdoen daar!;D
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    Congrats Jooste! certainly the best kept secret in double cab bakkies - many miles of smiles.
    That auto box is amazing, you have to watch the rev counter to know when it changes gears - that is on...
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    Re: center locking mechanism

    Unfortunately I have limited knowledge of electrical fault finding. My go to solution would be to take battery cables off for a while and reconnect, maybe that resets the system?
  17. Re: Mitsubishi Triton 3.2 SCV (Suction Control Valve) replacement

    Skyscout, post nr 13 on this thread has a picture - if you stand in front of car look on the right hand side, SCV is facing forward, you only see the back. Good videos on Youtube how to clean
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    Re: Solar decisions

    Perhaps also add your power requirements for fridge/freezer ect so that the knowledgeable people can assist.
    Bear in mind you can have two 80w panels with hinges folded onto itself. When driving...
  19. Re: Pajero gearbox in Triton. Super Select Conversion.

    That is very clever thinking, subscribed.
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    Re: Buying advice.

    Listen to Petri, no one wiser than a car salesman with years of experience.
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    Re: FJ almost completed photos

    Next level, enjoy, good craftsmanship!
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    Re: Fortuner 2009 4x4 V6

    Congratulations, miles of smiles and addictive sound. Post a pic of the stabilizer.
  23. Re: Nissan Xtrail Clutch Replacement

    Important question - if in neutral and the noise changes/goes away when the clutch is depressed, it indicates a problem with release bearing.
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    Re: My weber Pizza add-on

    Well done Willem, thanks for sharing, now that looks like a plan:rolleyes:
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    Re: Mq triton

    Phillip, I was not prepared to drill through the bodywork, thus I went up behind the cab through the sliding window with he cable from the main battery. I taped up the slightly (1 cm) open window...
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    Re: Air compressor power

    Can the compressor part fit under a Landrover seat?;D
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    Re: Spongebob The SJ410

    Barend, lots of respect!
    What boggles my mind why one would change a "unlock door with key, turn key, start the willing carburetor 1000cc, and drive the heck out of it up to 120 km/h (@4200 rpm)"...
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    Re: Social Isolation - time to fix!

    Not only LR owners, I am sharpening my tools to do a few loose jobs - BUT herein lies the danger. I want to clean out the inter cooler, tighten all turbo pipes and give the cooling system a flush. My...
  29. Re: Soon to be new to 4x4! Need some advice

    Misha welcome to the adventurous side! I support what Pieter said. Do some homework on the 2.4 petrol consumption, my guess is that there will not be too much difference to that of the 4L V6, however...
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    Re: 2008 3.2DiD Water Pump (4m41)

    Very informative post, thank you. Particularly interesting to notice difference between new and old pulley, appreciate.
    How do you tackle this job - what do you remove to get to the pulley?
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    Re: 2008 3.2DiD Water Pump (4m41)

    I take for granted the "lower damper pulley" is not the same problem the OP had with main pulley?
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    Re: 2008 3.2DiD Water Pump (4m41)

    O my goodness, was reading this post with interest, read about squealing, and thought the chirping (no matter how you tighten belts) of mine might be something else BUT there you mention the the...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Wow, my 3.2 also close to 250k km. Where did you have it cleaned and cost please, appreciate.
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    Re: Corona Mark 1 bakkie

    Wow, brings back incredible memories, my brother and I spent many long hours in the back of one of those! Hope you get sorted - I am sure there was a Corona car also, maybe the doors are...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Goodness Riaan with such good service from your Pajero and Triton you must be the exception to the rule;D
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