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    Re: Looking for 255 85 16 or 285 75 16

    I have a mate looking to offload some 265/65/16 cooper discoverer stt. Two with 12mm and two with 7mm tread.
    no idea on price, but I’m sure very reasonable seeing as they’re far from new tread wise.
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    Re: Interessante Range Rover projek

    that’s what I was thinking.
    the only project there is the project of emptying your bank account for no gain
  3. Re: Moremi, Savuti and Linyanti in a 2019 Jimny (May/ June 2020)

    Search for jimnyafrica on instagram. That couple has just returned from a trip like that (and more), with the sole purpose of wanting to see if it was possible with a jimny. Nice people, they'd be...
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    Re: Patrol vs Cruiser: my impressions and thoughts

    100%
    I get the feeling that guys do have respect for us when we chat about our Patrols, BUT, I can always see in their eyes they’re thinking ‘he’s crazy, if it were my money I’d get a cruiser.’
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    Re: Road closure Jozini Kozi Bay

    My boet is going to St Lucia from JHB next weekend, is the N2 route ok for him to take?
    Thanks!
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    Re: Help ! Missing Trim

    Is it just me who sees this as the perfect opportunity to put on an aftermarket bullbar?>:D
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - April 2020

    Damn, we're in the Pilanesburg that weekend.
    Enjoy it okes!
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Two adventure bikes came passed us on the route, and got me thinking that it would be nice for the bikers to join us too actually.
    Im just not sure a big heavy adventure bike would have made it over...
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Nice write up Estee, thanks!

    A note from my side - the variety of vehicles was quite amazing, I wish I had had some time to come snoop around everyone's rigs and setups, maybe next time.

    Also,...
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    Re: Snatch/Recovery strap repair

    Im a bit confused now
    As far as I was aware, a snatch strap only has a couple pulls in it, something like ten big snatches, then it needs to be chucked away/used just as a normal pull strap, no...
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    Re: Would you help someone in distress? My story….

    Can you jumpstart your car with your deep cycle battery in your dual battery system? ie, remove the deep cycle from its box in the back bring it to the front, connect it up with the jump leads and...
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    Re: Would you help someone in distress? My story….

    Land Cruiser drivers :mad:

    But seriously, that is a shocking story.
    And what did he do when he got to your wife? Just drive past without even a wave probably?
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    Re: Please post Pics of your DIY workbench (WOOD)

    Ah, ok, thats clever, I wasnt aware of that.

    In your other post you mention your replaceable worktop, this is also something I have - Ive got a chipboard worktop at the moment (properly braced...
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    Re: Please post Pics of your DIY workbench (WOOD)

    I built mine quite similar to the design jelo posted. Out of reclaimed roof truss wood. I’ve made a platform/shelf on that bottom section too though, with shelves on one half for powertool storage...
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    Re: Sleep-ready caravans for going almost anywhere

    I’m honestly shocked. I had no idea.
    I better stop looking down on ‘the plebs’ in the campsite from my chalet from now on. ;) ;)
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    Re: Spring hose clamps rubbish?!

    The edge of that pipe doesnt look very neat, almost like its been cut off with a hacksaw, could it, and the clamp possibly have been replaced at some point?
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    Re: Lamb Potjie. Please share some ideas.

    Often a problem!
    but I make lots, so when I forgot what it tasted like that night I can try it again in the morning.
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    Re: Lamb Potjie. Please share some ideas.

    thats very similar to how I do it. I like the cream idea though, thanks for that!!
    just one question, where do you add the meat in you veggie layers? I can’t see that in your post?
    I put the...
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    Re: Boating Question

    I havent been around boats in a long time, but, my gut feel is for tubing, and pulling the lighties out on skis it may be ok, but, I think you'll battle to pull an adult out on slalom for example.
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    I reckon you can fill holes to your hearts content if you’d like.
    In terms of the metal rods, when we did it three or so weeks back I think there was just one, very obvious place where they were...
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    Re: Alternatives to my dilemma.

    Why did the services cost so much? Were there big items that needed replacement?

    my advice - learn to service it yourself, and you’ll be a happy man for the next 150000kms.
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    Re: Powered paragliding - info

    There’s a club in harties, just past peacanwood. They seem pretty active. a quick google search it looks like it’s called skywalk
  23. Re: Not hearing the flicker noise need a solution.

    Id rather go with a flashing light - on my lotus 7 its too loud to hear the little flicker clicking, so it has a very very bright little LED that flashes, you cant not notice it.
  24. Re: VW Citi Golf 1.4i 2007 revs to and stays at 3000rpm after touching the throttle

    When you say you use your hand, do you mean you're getting down and pushing the actual pedal with your hand? if so, try revving it with your hand in the engine bay, ie, on the throttle body itself.
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    Poll: Re: What is overlanding?

    To me, overlanding is cruising around in a vehicle (whatever it may be) with no real planned route or schedule, and you get home when you get home. or actually, you dont have a home, your vehicle is...
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    Re: Bathroom breaks at night in Botswana!

    Dont have any advise, but it reminded me, when we were camping at Ihaha once, I heard my father inlaw climbing down his ladder for his usual midnight pee, about five seconds after, a lion roared, so...
  27. Re: Why is the SWAGS tents not so popular here?

    They’re nice and simple, but they’re very small. Maybe us South Africans want a little bit more space in our tents? I’d rather camp in a 4 man makro special (which we did for years) before squeezing...
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    Re: ORRU 30 years....

    ORRU - Off Road Rescue Unit

    Congratulations guys!
    I cant remember properly now, when I was part of them we had a celebration at Indaba hotel, that must have been their 20 year then.
    Time flies!
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    Re: 12v Sparks flying!!

    well I’ve learnt something today, makes sense, thank you.
    I’ve done it once where I was undoing the pos terminal and the spanner touched some metal. I shat.
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    It doesnt look like anything else is planned for that day, so put me on the list too please.

    Thanks hedge for driving this, its great to get some gees back into things a bit here again!
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    Re: Squeaking brakes after pad replacement

    Ag geez man, I just researched this a bit, you're right, this one does have a drum setup for the handbrake, thats weird, I would never have thought that. So ya, my test with the handbrake solved...
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    Re: Squeaking brakes after pad replacement

    I sprayed the disc and pad with q20, and then put some bearing grease on the disc, that should get rid of the squeak, q20 always works a charm on squeaky hinges etc.

    But thanks guys, I'll...
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    Re: sound in defender 110

    Back in the day with my 110 v8 I installed a split system at the front (mids in the bottom of the doors, and tweeters on the dash), then 6x9s in boxes all the way in the back, a 12inch sub, and amp....
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    Re: Squeaking brakes after pad replacement

    Thanks Mark, ok, so coppaslip is ok to use. Thanks! I'll do that on the weekend then.

    I dont think the discs are the problem, they looked pretty good to me.

    I did the replacement myself, 1hr...
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    Squeaking brakes after pad replacement

    Hi guys,

    I changed the front and back pads on my honda crv last week, but now I have the most irritating squeak which seems to be coming from the front pads (i tried slowing down with the...
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