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    Re: My Knife Making Thread

    Lovely wood for the handle.
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    Re: Ons nuwe ryhuis in wording.....

    C1 - skat ek.
  3. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    I have to say: Bliksem. Sorry.
    After finishing you probably wouldn't want to use it. It will look like a show piece.
    Respect!!!
  4. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    Ahaa. Another Henry Ford fan [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23].
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    I think sticking to originality also has its limits. Consider to maybe change this specific paint for something more practical.
  6. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    Was that the original paint? I would have thought a smooth paint would accumulate a lot less dust etc. Black sounds also like a bad colour choice wrt visibility etc.
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    Re: Elesys WL81, what is this?

    Do you have a workshop manual/ wiring diagram?
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    Re: Mazda BT50 - Advice Please

    Seems the English made a lot of booboos with that 5 cylinder.
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    Re: Mazda BT50 - Advice Please

    3,2 or 2,2?
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    Re: My Knife Making Thread

    Looking good. Keep it up....[emoji106]
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    I guess close enough although the Ford lights are more upright and the Mazda lights/ose are more slanted.
    I had a fight to make my bumper fit. The Ford guys just through away the old bumper and...
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    Re: Coolant replacement - help

    Eish. I would have bought radiator flush. I might be wrong though.
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    Re: Mazda BT50 - Advice Please

    I have never heard of a cracked boost pipe at that low kms. Although age is a bigger enemy than kms.
    I sold my 2005 Ranger with its original intake pipes at 277 000km in about 2017. No problem...
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    Re: Coolant replacement - help

    Remember that the thermostat is closed when its cold. It could hold back some coolant.
  15. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    First of all. RESPECT. You have lots of guts.
    You said some time ago you picked up extra fine sand for the sand blasting exersize. Did you perhaps considered soda blasting? Not to damage the old...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    Can't be that bad. I removed mine (ok, not the light) for the photos in 5min.
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    Did you succeed?
  18. Thread: Soundproofing

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    Re: Soundproofing

    I'm no expert in any sound proofing material but I believe your bakkie is as good a fire starter as you can get without additional material. Did you see all the plastic in it?
    The sound proofing in...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    If you still struggle just shout.
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    You guys give me a lot of work.&nbsp;<img src="images/smilies/evil.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Evil" smilieid="36" class="inlineimg"><br><br>Get a 4mm flat screw driver. The grill is kept by...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    Its not necessary to remove the wheel arch liner. Carefully pry out the plastic below the light from its clips with a flat screw driver. The screw(s) below the light can be accessed then.
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    It must be at the bottom. You probably need to remove the plastic grill that covers the bottom of the light.
    The Mazda lights are more slanted than the Ford lights. I installed a Nudge-M bumper and...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    I am mot going to take my BT50's nose apart, so I don't know. Sorry. There are three screws at the top. Remove them and check where its still attached.
    I see the Ford has only 2 at the top.
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    Re: Ford Everest 3.0 issue

    Battery still oraait? Thats for the starting issue.
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Ranger 2009 park light replacement

    I think there are at the bottom also. Let me go have look.
  26. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    I think you are in a very good position to give JZ counting lessons [emoji23]
  27. Re: MediaRelease: Mazda Unveils All-New Mazda BT-50

    Agreed
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    Re: Which jumpstarter?

    I agree with you, although I can't make a comparison with that jump starter of yours and this new tech Li-Ion or Lithium polymer power packs. My brain is still "affie plaas". These new tech miniture...
  29. Re: MediaRelease: Mazda Unveils All-New Mazda BT-50

    I think I would be able to live with one of those.
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    Re: Which jumpstarter?

    Those small type is too short a time part of our lives, I feel we don't know them well enough. To a large extend its a chance that you take. I didn't have the funds yet to try my luck.
  31. Re: Best solution for car battery maintenance during this time

    I believe you battery has Covid or something worse. Its time for its funeral.
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    Re: Second Battery

    Sounds a bit steep but I believe its better than the Cole Heresee version. I have the old grey 1st generation from National Luna.
  33. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    It might be difficult to reinstall all the mug and grime although the grease will not be too difficult [emoji23].
  34. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    I will try the pc. It seems that the Smart phone/tapatalk is not the ideal solution.
  35. Poll: Re: 1953 Colchester Student Mk1 6" gap bed - A restoration project

    I don't see it
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