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    Re: Why we drive Toyota

    Must be terrible having those chinese tyres on your bakkie! Makes your judgment terribly impaired....>:D
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    Re: Where to buy proper whiskey tumblers?

    Ah but you see that's where many 'lose' so much from whisky. Your nose has far more receptors than your tongue. The tasting comes from smelling or nosing the whisky. That's why the glencairn makes...
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    Re: Where to buy proper whiskey tumblers?

    You're killing me inside;D:p
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    Re: Where to buy proper whiskey tumblers?

    WhiskyBrother has a nice set of 6 for R240.

    It's not official Glencairn but it looks like no one is importing Glencairn at the moment as it's R250 per glass normally.
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    Re: Kgalagadi

    Hi all,

    Any update on the Van Zylsrus to Askham road? Everyone says it's really bad and rather go via Upington.

    Quite a detour so I would just like to know if someone been there recently and...
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    Re: Where to buy proper whiskey tumblers?

    My good sir, one does not drink whisky. You taste whisky.
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    Re: Where to buy proper whiskey tumblers?

    This can work, but this is a Glencairn...
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    Re: Where to buy proper whiskey tumblers?

    Actually it should not be in a tumbler at all. It should be in a Glencairn glass. A tulip shaped glass with a thick base. The thick base prevents temperature fluctuations from your handsí body heat...
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    Re: T4A on new Garmin Overlander

    https://shop.tracks4africa.co.za/faq-category/gps/

    Step by step SD card install from T4A website. FAQ number 10
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    Re: Introducing My Rhino1.0

    This popped up on my instagram reels yesterday and I really thought it was an overseas build. Very nice:cool:
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    Re: Land Cruiser 100 versus Land Cruiser 200

    True. But I also go Oef because I have a similar range on the Landy but that's 130L not 270L
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    Re: Ineos Grenadier

    That's relative though. Yes not bad compared to a new Defender and various other top end 4x4s.

    But as a stand alone vehicle price, R1.4m is not an easy number. That is a lot of money! Also don't...
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    Re: Howling Moon Tent

    Waterproofing is just a maintenance item. It has to be done, sometimes sooner than others depending on the use and the environment in which it's used.

    So don't be disappointed about that.
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    Re: Land Cruiser 100 versus Land Cruiser 200

    Oef!:-X:o
  15. Sticky: Re: WANTED thread for Land Rover parts & accessories:

    Yes please. PM sent.
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    Re: Howling Moon Tent

    Besides from the waterproofing you get in the tin, don't forget about beeswax(I'm sure there synthetic versions now) for the seams or where there is stitching. Best to do on a hot day as it melts...
  17. Thread: Sand trax

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    Re: Sand trax

    I get the point you're making. But I've seen people with 4 or 6 maxtrax depending if they're towing so I don't see a problem with carrying 4 sets on the roof rack. Once again, my question is how...
  18. Thread: Sand trax

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    Re: Sand trax

    How often do you actually need them? And I'm sure they're not one use only if they are as disposable as you say.... So you could get quite a lot of use from one set and then if broken buy three or...
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    Re: Kgalagadi

    You don't need passports if entering and exiting same gate/country.
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    Re: Defender sagging left back

    Oh!... I missed that in the manual. I better lose 10kgs asap;):p
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    Re: Tyres and Speed rating

    After your tyre size is another set of numbers. This is your load rating per tyre.

    I imagine the speed rating is at the tyre's maximum load rating. The link below explains all the markings and...
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    Re: Tyres and Speed rating

    My BFG's are rated to 170kph. On my Defender that's just a little too ambitious... not even downhill with a gale force wind;D;D
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    So stick to Solid axles;D:p
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    It depends on what type of jaw your vice grip has. The ones I have are curved in the centre and it did not work for me (the bolt was pretty rounded off already). C19 socket worked a treat, I would...
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Thread update -

    C19 socket did the trick. Attached to my breaker bar it took two big heaves and then a massive crack and the bolt was free.

    Sump thread showed no signs of damage. New bolt and...
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Hi Robbie, pm sent.
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Gedore is delivering my C19 socket tomorrow. Itís the least destructive option.

    I would love a spiral/twist socket. But theyíre hens teeth in ZA.

    I understand welding is best option but I no...
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    I did try that but no joy. There wasnít enough Ďmeatí on the bolt head already so it didnít bite properly.
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Thank you. Iím not sure if I was on the right gedore site but yesterday there was no stock. Today I see there is so Iíve ordered one.
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Where did you buy this 3/8th set? Itís exactly what I was looking for.
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Ah sorry man! But I agree, if my sump thread has gone the same way I'd rather replace it and then it's a new gasket as well.
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Thanks!:D I had a good chuckle at that

    Except its not broken...yet.. and unfortunately it was not my doing so I can't even be cross with myself:rolleyes:

    Whilst replacing replacing the rear...
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    Re: Jimny fold down table

    Very very nice! I might just steal with my eyes;D;)
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Do you have a name or code? Gedore does not have stock on any of the online websites. Can't find it by browsing Wurth ZA site either.
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    Re: Looking for a bolt extractor

    Yes that is my fear when I eventually get this bolt out, I could be looking at a new sump thread. I suspect it was fastened with a 12 sided nut on an impact wrench.

    The manufacturer specs are...
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