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    Re: Freelander repair needed.

    Sorry, Centurion. That was a critical piece of info I forgot to add.
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    Freelander repair needed.

    My FIL's Freelander 1.8 has blown another headgasket, and the clutch need replacing. Who is the most trusted place or person I can take it to to have it repaired?

    I can not do it myself, but it...
  3. Re: Enjinolie op my Pathfinder se booster pyp?

    Myne op 230 000km verkoop en hy het dit altyd gedoen. Moenie panic nie en moenie krap waar dit nie jeuk nie.;D
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    Re: Pathfinder gearbox problem?

    Otherwise take it to Mayfair Gearbox for an assessment. They are pretty good.
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    Loose nuts.

    A few years ago it sounded like I was killing cats when the Pathfinder came on boost. The most horrible screeching noise. Turned out to be 2 of the 3 nuts holding the turbo onto the manifold that...
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    Re: Pathfinder gearbox problem?

    Have you done an oil transplant yet? It usually alleviates most problems. How many K's on the clock?
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    Re: Watse hout is dit ?

    Mooi hout?
  8. Re: Climate Change and Cape Town's new Normal

    Depends on how far you want to look into the past. ;D As far as I know, from what I've read on the subject, we (Earth) are still coming out of our last Ice Age. Temperatures are still rising and we...
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    Johnny Cash vinyl barn find.

    My last two proper barn finds have netted me over 300 keeper vinyls. On Monday I got my hands on 3 Johnny Cash vinyls.One of them seems to be unknown. I have a feeling it is a South African...
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    Re: How do I learn to weld

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2537L5H7NiY&list=PLQuuSs9fAUo_tDvmUFy6vj-ze9Owh7vM-
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    Re: How do I learn to weld

    This guy/video taught me to weld. When my daughter needed to weld for a school art project, she watched it and was up and running in less than an hour.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP8hh0yQibM
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    Re: So who is going camping this weekend?

    ;D

    Nope, don't want to be overly negative. Want to get a feel from other people to see if I am on the mark.
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    Re: So who is going camping this weekend?

    Just got back from there. Lemme know what you think of it? I am totally undecided.
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    Re: Blow up mattress or stretcher

    Just no to a blow-up mattress. Been there, done that.
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    Re: Solar pool pump

    We work on a worst case scenario on drives, which is startup current being 1000% of FLA. OK, that is for specific pumps/motors, but I have seen peaks of 1000% which an intelligent relay need to be...
  16. Re: New regime in Zimbabwe hands back land to evicted white farmer

    Given back by the same Emmerson that was Bob's henchman since day 1 and killed all those people in Matabeleland. He is not even the lesser of two evils. I don't trust this.
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    Why do we need 4x4s?

    So this little Beetle was my niece's first car. Drove it for about 4 years, and then it sortof got parked at my brother's place. I had some fender bender and needed a vehicle whilst the car was in...
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    Re: Young Impala leg

    Carpaccio.
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    Re: Any experience in Pewter?

    Contact one of these.
    https://www.3dhubs.com/3dprint/Centurion--South-Africa#?place=Centurion&latitude=-25.858910000000&longitude=28.185770000000&shipsToCountry=ZA&shipsToState=GP
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    Re: Any experience in Pewter?

    I would guess under R500. Best is to contact someone that does it. There is a thread on MyBB about this and people who actually do it for a living. Think there might be a thread here too.
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    Re: Any experience in Pewter?

    Why not get it 3D printed? Not sure how strong the plastics are, but it might be worthwhile.
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    Re: Camp Music Etiquette

    Let me know when I can come practice on my bagpipe next to your stand.;D
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    Re: Camp Music Etiquette

    I read the thread as if your(OP) son is a little kid. Looking at your age, I doubt he is a teen. If my guess at his age is correct, I recon he should have known better. Headphones is the answer if...
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    Re: Discussion point: Off Road Caravans

    Mine is 10 years old this year. Still is solid.
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    Re: Discussion point: Off Road Caravans

    My brother can echo that sentiment. Just check on when you will get one if you order now. ;D
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    Re: Adjusting Turbo boost

    Keep him in mind when you need someone to fix it for you after you fiddled.>:D
  27. Sticky: Re: Trailblazer - some experiences and problems

    I was not in the vehicle when it happened, and the sand was firm in Moz due to the rains, but it went into limp mode and they could smell gearbox oil. Extreme it was not, because I was in a 2x4...
  28. Re: Bus full of dutch tourists robbed in JoBurg

    Bit of an incident at the Rivonia onramp yesterday. Ford Focus with Police stickers on being searched by forensic people. When I passed, it looked like police clothing were taken out of the vehicle...
  29. Re: Joburg to Ponta do Ouro, anything special to know?

    We were told the ban is on imports, like wholesale, and not for personal consumption. Might have had it wrong, but our fridge was not even searched.
  30. Re: Joburg to Ponta do Ouro, anything special to know?

    Dunno, we took meat in, and out again.
  31. Re: Joburg to Ponta do Ouro, anything special to know?

    Returned yesterday from 6 days in Ponta. Road to Kosi Bay border post is in good condition. Only issue is how slow it is between and in the little villages, so basically from halfway between Piet...
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    Re: Traffic disruptions 27 September, 2017

    FB/Whatsapp rumours.???>:(
  33. Sticky: Re: Trailblazer - some experiences and problems

    An auto 2.8 Trailblazer tagged along on our yearly trip to Ponta. On Sunday the gearbox overheated in the sand. Yesterday we abandoned it as it would not come out of LR. First 2WD LR vehicle I have...
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    Re: New Echo Chobe

    Caravans, no matter what they are made of, becomes hotboxes. That is why parking in the shade and having nice netting on the canvas are important. My Kavango works well.

    Anyway, if you want to...
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    Re: New Echo Chobe

    Echo makes quality products. The service at one stage was not so good, but last time I went there, they were pretty jacked up. I had a look at the Chobe and it seems pretty decent.
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