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    Re: So... another Ford...

    I have been having Ford vehicles since 2006 plus a few other makes in between. I can honestly say that I have never been disappointed with service from Ford in all these years. I do believe however...
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    Re: So... another Ford...

    I think you are making a good choice. My 3,2 Ranger xlt 4x4 has done over 185000 and it running fantastically. I purchased a 2016 3,2 4x4 limited for my wife. she is very happy with it and I also...
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Ford / Mazda here

    Tried both Everest and Ranger on really muddy roads. They both performed well. Also performed well on grassy slopes. Very please with purchase. Both have just had new tyres fitted. Decided to go for...
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    Alternate route to Gonarezhou

    The following is subject to borders opening again as well as considering how i would get to Gonarezhou if Beit Bridge was still chaotic and the Limpopo was in full flow.

    Options to get to...
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    Re: March Difflock vs Traction Control brekkie Run

    Rechardt you seem to be good at organizing. Maybe there should be a provincial type meet. It is a bit far to come up from Nelspruit or KZN or the Cape. The Cape also does not seem to have much...
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    Re: Difflock vs Traction control

    I like the idea put forward by Heinrich C on #58, If I look at all the variables put forward on Thread #55 and #56 then I believe some form of handicap would be interesting which include vehicle...
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    Limpopo Barrage to Chiqualquala / Sango

    Is the road from the Limpopo Barrage crossing to Sango now fully tarred and how many kilometres? Apparently the plan is to have a fully tarred highway from Xai Xai to Rutenga in Zimbabwe near the...
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    Re: ASPW's latest build in Oz

    - You don't need to go back in time but you need to understand your ability under all circumstances. I was stuck in sand once where my front hubs would not lock up therefor only had 2 wheel drive. I...
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    Re: ASPW's latest build in Oz

    I Think one can learn quite a bit about general 4x4 from watching ASPW. One needs to be able to ignore some of his of the reservation comments. Further to Grips comments the older vehicles did not...
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    Re: Gonarezhou Itinerary Sept 2021

    Hi Bud, I understand that your camp moves with you so no need to have a camp setup as base. You look like you are in good hands with your agent. One suggestion though is to travel from Chipinda to...
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    Re: Gonarezhou Itinerary Sept 2021

    Hi Bud

    Rob H is correct, try to minimise moving around camps. Set your camp up and tour around. I like Chinguli as a base as the camp is a developed site with ablutions This gives you access to...
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    Re: Hello from Nelspruit

    Welcome to the Forum fellow Nelspruitee. I hope you are enjoying your new drive. Add a picture or two.
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Ford / Mazda here

    The Ranger is happy we have a family addition - another Ford.
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    Re: Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    Got it right this time
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    Re: Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    I made an error in fitting Rhino Rims as they were far too offset for the vehicle and did not look right. Even though they were brand new, Tiger Wheel and Tyre Riverside took them back and swapped...
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    Re: Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    No Assumption what so ever - We were discussing Everest Rims and tyres. To confirm Everest can go down to 17 inch rims
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    Re: Deciding on an Everest

    The Everest is home with new 18 inch wheels on. The Venter tag along trailer will be its companion on longer duration trips to reduce load in boot of Everest. Tag Along Venter also has new tyres.
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    Re: Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    hi Spiceman,
    The spare is a 17 inch rim so it must fit all round
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    Re: Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    You never know when prediction strikes. On my way to town this morning my rear tyre on Everest (20inch) was punctured with huge hole. No side wall protection. 20 inch not good on gravel and rocky...
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    Re: Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    Folks thanks so much for the great inputs.

    I just want to add that going down the mountain from Kaapsehoop to Nelspruit, 70% wet and misty tar. (We live just off this road) then BFG's are not for...
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    Deciding on what tyre to purchase

    I have been reviewing tyres and realized that it is more challenging buying tyres than buying a car. It really depends on what you intend using the vehicle for. We have farm roads and rough gravel...
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    Re: New General Grabbers on the way

    Watch this YT
    Tire Comparison video with the General Grabber ATX, BF Goodrich KO2, and Goodyear DuraTrac - YouTube
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    Re: New General Grabbers on the way

    There is a new development according to General but not in the country yet. At appears that the AT/ X has been released in America????
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    Re: New General Grabbers on the way

    The current General Grabbers have lost a little ground with other tyre brands improving but the new General Grabber AT /X seems to be an improvement. We must not loose sight of the new Dunlop...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Everest...to pull the trigger or not...

    Swarley did you get an extended warranty from Ford for the vehicle. It is advisable. I have just bought the similar model at 56750 kms and took out the warranty. Ford do a 160 point check before...
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    Re: Newbie from Nelspruit.

    Welcome Dave, Nelspruit is getting a good wash down these past few days. I am up near Kaapsehoop
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    Re: Deciding on an Everest

    First photo of our new addition. Getting delivery on Friday
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    Kitchen on rear of trailer

    Has anyone got plans to share on kitchen at rear of trailer similar to Bushwakka see pictures. I need dimensions for inner compartments and depth please- PM me and I will send email address. I am...
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    Deciding on an Everest

    It has been a few months of review, We sold the Jeep in October and having been looking for another vehicle. I drive a 3,2 Ranger and love the vehicle and my wife also enjoys driving it. We have...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Everest...to pull the trigger or not...

    Apparently it is a very extensive check. It is to do with Ford ensuring they minimize risk if they give a 3 year extended warranty which is what I want. If it comes out A1 then I feel there is no...
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    Ford & Mazda Re: Ford Everest...to pull the trigger or not...

    I have just put my toes in the water, for a 3,2 l Everest 4x4 Limited that has done 56,700. It is in wonderful condition but before final purchase FORD is carrying out a 160 point check that is...
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    Re: accomodation between Hwange & Mana Pools

    Masvingo camping - Look at Norma Jeane's or Kyle National Park - They both have camping facilities.
    By the way if you leave Mana early enough you can get to Gacha Gacha but don't spend to much time...
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    Re: accomodation between Hwange & Mana Pools

    The key issue here is ensuring the journey is the holiday. Enjoying each step of the way. I have always believed that long mileages at the beginning a shorter as you go along. Enjoy your plan.
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    Re: accomodation between Hwange & Mana Pools

    [QUOTE=JanCoene;4554018]thanks to all for your suggestions

    I made a first itinerary as follow, any suggestions are very welcome

    ma 15 nov Bru - JHB
    di 16 nov JHB-Kasane(flight) Chobe...
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    Re: accomodation between Hwange & Mana Pools

    I look forward to the day someone puts a ferry across the Sanyati and entering Matusadona from the East from Gacha Gacha side will greatly increase the traffic to Matusadona. The old Sanyati East...
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