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    Re: ASPW 38 years of owning 4x4s video

    ya no look, I watched a bit of it, but not a lot, maybe 1/4 of each episode and then switched off. He knows how to drag stuff out!
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    Re: Fortuner 3.0 vs. Disco 4 SE/HSE

    Not being funny, but, if you have lots and lots of money, get the Disco. I would in a heartbeat if I had lots of money.

    If not, get the Fortuner.
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    Re: ASPW 38 years of owning 4x4s video

    For his business model, its all about getting clicks.
    Seems that the most clicks come from the land cruiser crowd.

    Cruiser content bore me to tears, so I wont be watching any of that.

    I...
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    Re: Fully equipped 4x4 for travel to Bots

    Id go with Bushlore. I am biased though as I did work for them in my student days, but still :)
    I think they actually have an office in Kasane these days as well, so close support.
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    Re: MICE Problem in CKGR

    Hmm, I wonder if it would work to almost wrap the vehicle up with the tarp? park vehicle on tarp and then tie the tarp up onto the vehicle, they shouldnt be able to get up and over it then to get to...
  6. Re: Second Engine Replacement Required for Ford Ranger less than 3 years?

    Bloody hell, what a story!!
    So now, from the bold above, are you not going with a new motor anymore and fixing the old one?
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    Re: Which roads - Harties to Vryburg

    If it were me, Id take the satellite road (R400), then onto the R563, and then right onto the n14
  8. Thread: Renault Duster

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    Re: Renault Duster

    I'm putting my money on the battery, regardless of the test you did. batteries seem to only last 3yrs these days.
    Also, it seems this cold weather is killing peoples batteries - Ive heard from quite...
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    Re: Such a pity it's LHD!

    Yip, I think I remember big prices like that a while back as well.
    A real pity its LHD, basically worthless in my mind unfortunately.
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    Re: Building vs Buying?

    That is very nice!! Well done.
    Its the first time the Bundutop doesnt look like an ungainly box either. Very nice.
  11. Re: Question about registration of a vehicle - ridiculous!

    So did you get the roadworthy in the end after putting the seats back in?

    If it were me, I wouldnt even think twice, Id change it back again now that you have the roadworthy and carry on without a...
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    Re: Prado 150: 4.0 Petrol vs 2.8 Diesel

    I dunno. I think thats a pretty good benchmark/description for a good performing 4x4 offroad
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    Re: Building vs Buying?

    Something to keep in mind though is you will have a very small window of opportunity where all three of you will fit in the roof tent. Your little one is going to grow quickly, and soon its going to...
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    Re: Handling the soft sand in Botswana

    Exactly what I thought.
    The envy is actually burning my insides!
  15. Re: Braai Cleaner - Cobb and Potjie - (And for probably pretty much anything ever)

    Interesting, thanks for this.
    I recently bought myself a pressure washer for washing the cars (I aint paying >R100 for a carwash anymore!).

    Anyway, yesterday I had run out of things to spray...
  16. Thread: Upright fridge?

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    Re: Upright fridge?

    I like the easy access part of that idea, but, everything else about it just does not work for me in my mind.
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    Re: Dinokeng Misleading Marketing?

    We did the self drive thing there, and never again. I see more animals in a residential estate than in that main self drive area. There weren't even signs of animals in the area - no spoor on the...
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    Re: Help with selling price

    I actually like that colour...

    Id take that for R60k
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    Re: Repurposing The Dome

    Agreed.
    Let alone the dome, just any entertainment/shows in SA?
    When was the last time SA had a proper overseas band come visit? Many years ago now
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    Re: Cost of Cape to Cairo

    read that table again. Slowly.
  21. Discovery 4 Re: Alternative to Dealerships: brake pad replacement

    Im not sure what the Disco setup is like, but im guessing similiar to most cars.
    If you can remove a wheel yourself, you will be able to change the pads yourself.

    Find a youtube video to confirm...
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    Re: Atos ignition to push button

    Is it not possible to just break that steering lock off? I think the car theives manage to do that dont they?

    On my little Lotus 7 I have a switch under the dash that I guess is kindof like the...
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    Re: Crockery, Pots & Pans

    I also hate melamine. Im not sure why though, my folks used to use them for our holidays. I do remember them slowly but surely developing more and more chips around the edges with each trip we did, I...
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    Re: life left on tyres

    Ya, but you have to say this, youre a tyre salesman :);).
    It doesnt matter what the reason is for asking a tyre salesman something, he will find a reason why you need to replace all four tyres asap....
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    Re: Day trip to Pilanesburg...?

    ;D
    Slow day in the office today?
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    Re: Handling the soft sand in Botswana

    Ive driven in Chobe, in the area between kasane and Ihaha many years back in my old Subaru Forester. The only issue I had was ground clearance, we were grading the middle manetjie flat wherever we...
  27. Thread: DSG gearbox

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    Re: DSG gearbox

    don’t pander to the easily offended.
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    Re: Oil Filter replacement

    I dont see any issue with leaving the filter in and putting new oil in. In my view its way better than running old oil.
    Dont the fancy brands these days do this these days? Only replacing the filter...
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    Re: Oil Filter replacement

    Surely theres someone in, or close to mosselbay with some strength that can pop in there and crack this filter lose??
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Looking forward to this!
    Has the license been sorted? Or still a work in progress?
  31. Re: Wood in Hartbeespoort - Don't Buy Next to the Road

    Its Friday again. I thought this day would never come this week!

    Remember, dont touch the rubbish being sold on the side of the road in harties! Yes its cheap, but, ignoring the fact that its...
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    Re: Defender 110 V8 how much

    Id say between R35 and R40k. Maybe closer to R40k though to be fair to the owner, just because it seems theres a bit of a 'Defender Tax' at the moment.
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    Re: Upgrading from Duster, but to what?

    I guess it depends on what they’re used for. Our work bakkies are on sites all the time, driving through the veld, bad gravel etc.
    we have four hiluxs, and a fortuner, then we got three rangers to...
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    Re: Upgrading from Duster, but to what?

    Speak for yourself. not all 4x4s are equal. 😊
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    Re: Upgrading from Duster, but to what?

    If youve managed with an SUV/station wagon type layout so far, then I dont think a bakkie needs to be considered. Im of the opinion that a bakkie layout is only practical to a select few users, for...
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