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    Re: Grenadier.... What do we know about it?

    This does sound amazing. Lets see how "basic" they will keep it.

    I'm already not keen on the engines, but I suppose thats what we have to live with to satisfy the bunny huggers. So here is my...
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    Re: Stedi lightbar

    Maybe my wording was slightly wrong here (seems I am doing it often lately). But let me explain. A true spot light has a clear lens, and "clean" reflector so as to concentrate the light in a perfect...
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    Re: Stedi lightbar

    The RL draws very little, and you can take it from your park lights or low beam. No relay required, or go buy another one, they are R30.
    The Auxiliary lights get a cable from the high beam, to your...
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    Re: Stedi lightbar

    Ah yes, Jelo and I both omitted the switch between the high beam and the relay.

    According the letter of the law, NO SPOT is legal, besides those fitted to emergency type vehicles that are...
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    Re: Stedi lightbar

    I presume you are trying to say, with the HIGH BEAM only?

    Don't know why the guys make it so complicated. Any Aux light may only work on high beam. Pull a fused HT lead from battery to feed a set...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Think I got it sorted
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191103/3ef8a42acd8db2b6da31e7ebba6bcd2c.jpg
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Thought I be tackling a few small things on the Sani today. Wanted to install the IC in place. Safer mounted that transported in a box.
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    I am just trying to get it running. I need to get it out on a road where I can push it over 60km/h. 5L fuel tank hardly gets me out of our estate right now. I can't believe I am not going to have a...
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    Re: Differential oil

    On the old Hardbody diffs, I would run the LSX on the front and rear. 5L was more than enough to fill both. I would do the crackle test after any water crossings, and only once found some water in...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    1.5-1.6 meter fits lekker on my Corsa bakkie.. Compared to the GQ patrol arms, at just over 900, my next best point to connect to is around 1100. Four long arms, four short arms and two panhard bars....
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    How many you willing to part with?

    Let me go do some measuring in the morning to work my plan out. If I recall, my arms need to be either 800, or 1100, as I dont want to be rebuilding my...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Sani suddenly becoming a major priority. It looks like I need a work vehicle going ASAP for contract work on West Coast. Looks like I have to either live with the leafs, or bash radias arms in from...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Yip, I know that setup, and basically what I have been talking about the last while, besides the chassis end being done like the Landies. But I gave up on that idea after not being able to source the...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    What thickness steel do you recommend?
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Mmm ja, try R2.5 for material. Guys wanting me to go with stainless. Then the cnc and build another 2k. Then I have not worked on my bracketry and hangers under the Sani yet.

    And that is just on...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    Sunday I climbed in and cleaned up the underside of the Sani. Where Nissan followed stoopid routes with the cable loom, and untangled it from the brake lines to the rear. I ripped out my second...
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    Re: Stedi lightbar

    Job done, thank you. Lets save Jelo from putting on to much weight, and lock this thread. Besides, we already got about ten of them now.
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    Safari Re: Safari bakkie by gekoop

    Works well under Zook SJ's.
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    Re: Tax rebates on Solar Systems?

    Sorry, I did not realise you are a registered brewery. My bad.
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    Re: Tax rebates on Solar Systems?

    If you have a creative accountant, you can claim back your brewery equipment, lol.
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    Safari Re: Safari bakkie by gekoop

    I think the H260 is somewhat overkill anyway. H233B is strong enough already. I don't see many Aussie Patrols breaking them out on the trails. Distinction of course if the vehicle is needing to carry...
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    Safari Re: Safari bakkie by gekoop

    Ag ja, dankie. Selle setup as die ou Landies/Garries, wat ons in die army gehad het. Ek het drie keer in die army scrap yard moes sideshafts gaan afsteel, om diť te vervang wat ons gebreek het toe...
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    Safari Re: Safari bakkie by gekoop

    Lyk presies soos myne. Weet nie hoe jy van buite kan sien of dit full floater is of nie. Waste ratio is daai diff?

    Myne se LSD het goed gelyk in die garage, maar nou op die kar begin hy vinnig los...
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    Sticky: Re: Photos of your nissans !

    Ja Nee, Malcolm het my ook nou die dag so iets vertel. Dis Hartseer.
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    Re: LED Light Bar Covers In Cape Town

    I think a lot of people are actually realizing that it's a looks thing, and that the practicality of it is not what it's made out to be. If you are cheapskate, and not paying +10k for a "chinese...
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    Re: Johannesburg Heatwave

    Passive way to cool your house, is to dig in a few flu pipes around 2 meters under the ground with a filtered intake to keep vermin out of. The outlet comes into the house at floor level. Now, with a...
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    Re: LED Light Bar Covers In Cape Town

    My Son got into big trouble with his three week old Fortuna at the Namibian border, bacause of a light bar, which was fitted by the Toyota dealer pre delivery. He had to remove it on the spot before...
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    Sticky: Re: Photos of your nissans !

    Eish, hoe gaan dit met Kobus? Het hom seker 2009 laas gesien. Ek het hom een van my honde gegee op a tyd. Daai Safari was ook donkerder blou as wat hy nou is. Shame, die ouderdom haal ons, en ons...
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    Re: LED Light Bar Covers In Cape Town

    Maybe I could start a thread asking people to help me to better hide, but promote my drug business, or my child #### business. Please don't comment on the legality of my activity, that's not the...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    It's mobile, but only has whatever range I can get out of my 5L diesel container that sits in the engine compartment where the battery used to sit. I am only driving it around our estate at the...
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    Re: Bfreesani's forum SFA projek

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191016/6b70cbc3cfdb3e5c841091967a5f15b3.jpgPart shops say they dont keep anything Land Rover or Range Rover. Spoke to Landrover shop, they still getting back to me...
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    Re: Ssangyong Actyon Sport 4x4 SFA Build

    I'm not feeling so bad mine has taken 5 years for a one man build out of scraps, in his driveway, keeping it driving and useable most the time, and following a route just about nobody has ever done...
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    Re: How damaging is corrugation?

    Now you mention it, yip 12" wheels, not 14' like I said. I forgot about that. And yes, mine went through hell. I eventually got to a point with all the cracks, that I just wanted to scrap it. The...
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    Re: How damaging is corrugation?

    Many years ago, I took some movie editing equipment up to Askham with a 1400 Nissan bakkie. The little 155/65/14s were deflated to 2 bar from the normal loaded 2.4bar I normally ran. The equipment is...
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    Re: Die Hel (Gautenger seeking some info)

    Yip, Last time I was down there, we had a Uno, and a Jetta coming back out. My Father took his old Valiant Safari Station wagon in there many years ago. Only problem was the 3 point turns on some of...
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