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  1. Thread: Garmin info.

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    Re: Garmin info.

    Ek stem saam met wat gesÍ is. Ek het dit in 'n ander thread ook genoem, jy hoef nie vir die duurste eenhede te gaan. Enige van die nuwe Drive eenhede sal werk met T4A. In alle waarskynlikheid gaan jy...
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    Re: General Grabber Tread

    I can recall a thread where it was discussed that the way manufacturers measures the width of their tyres is different. I remember that I went to measure the width of my 265 AT3'S and it did not...
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    Re: Advice on entry level cameras

    As a follow up on my post on the Panasonic bridge camera, maybe one should not discard the bridge camara's. In my "very novice" opinion, they offer very good zoom capability and one does not have to...
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    Re: Advice on entry level cameras

    https://www.cameraland.co.za/panasonic-dmc-fz70-k

    We have been using this for a couple of years now and no problems. What I would have liked is a tiltable screen and penlight batteries. A second...
  5. Thread: Nuvi 500 Stolen

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    Re: Nuvi 500 Stolen

    The decision between a dedicated GPS and apps on your phone has been discussed to death. Personally, I prefer a dedicated GPS. I don't have to be conscious about if I will have cell reception or not....
  6. Re: Wild Coast / Transkei trip 2021 - input required please

    I am not sure if you read my thread on our 2018 trip to the Transkei, specifically Waterfall Bluff and Cathedral Rock...
  7. Thread: Basecamp update

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    Re: Basecamp update

    Here it is explained how to view BaseCamp data in Google Earth. A couple of extra steps, but nothing to serious.

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php?p=3822540

    <b>Google Earth...
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    Re: Ranger 2016+ Upgrades for weekend 4x4 hobbying

    If you go and watch some of my videos on YouTube, from 2015 onwards, ( https://youtu.be/neNA5VNXOeo) you will see some of the trails I have done in my double cab Ranger. The only "mod" I did on mine...
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    Re: Eastern Cape birthday trip report

    I also enjoyed your report. My most favourite part of our lovely country......that is now if I absolutely have to choose.
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    Re: Temporary fitment of fridge slide

    I would cut the board to fit as tightly as possible to the floor space. Front, back and sides and around wheel arches. Then use flatbar steel and bend it in a L-shape. The short section of the L to...
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    Re: How long will fridge run on dual battery

    As mentioned, the biggest variable will be the ambient temperature. I think I have told this story before. I tested my setup in my garage in Nelspruit before a Richtersveld trip. Also 2 fridges and...
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    Re: Custom leisure tech roof top add a room.

    We also had one on our Tentco RTT, used it once if I remember correctly. That particular Tentco tent comes standard with it and the tent roof extends further and then down to the floor level of the...
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    Re: Old Postal Route - Biedouw Valley

    Yes, it still looks more or less like that.
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    Re: Old Postal Route - Biedouw Valley

    We turned around at the Doring river. See photos of the other 2 crossings.587871587872
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    Re: Old Postal Route - Biedouw Valley

    We were there on Friday 4 September 2020, coming from the Clanwilliam side. We had to turn around at the Doring river. Even so, it was a beautiful drive.
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    Re: Hilux DC Rear Seat removal

    I have removed the rear seats on my Ranger DC for extra storage. I have no idea what the Hilux floor will look like after removing the seats. Maybethis will give you some ideas. If you can somehow...
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    Re: Where to servive

    Thanks, still under maintenance plan. Has to be Suzuki dealer. I should have mentioned that.
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    Re: Where to servive

    My apology, I posted in the Suzuki section. Suzuki Ignis.
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    Re: Where to servive

    Standard service. Sometimes people have less than "good" service (or should I rather say, experience) at a particular dealer, for whatever reason.
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    Where to service

    We have recently relocated to Hermanus. Do you have any suggestions where I will find good service? Google shows me that Grabouw is the closest and then Helderberg/Strand. In any event, it looks like...
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your Suzuki here

    Outing to go and see some flowers in the Biedouw Valley and at Matjesfontein near Nieuwoudtville.

    As our only wheels at this stage, she has no choice than to go where the nose is...
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    Re: Honda Jazz off-road?

    Our Suzuki Ignis handles the dirt and wet quite well. It has 180mm ground clearance. Boot space is not enormous but it has plenty of space for 4 people. It probably has more space behind the front...
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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    Sunday 30 August 2020

    After church, we decided to take a drive to the Bontebok National Park at Swellendam....for lunch.

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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    Saturday 29 August 2020

    As snow was reported in some areas, we decided to go and see if we can see some snow. We found our way to Ceres then towards Tulbagh and then Paarl, Franschoek. On the way...
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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    Saturday 22 August 2020

    On short notice we decided to take a drive towards the West Coast National Park for some flower sight seeing. We decided to take the scenic route there.

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    Re: eTrex Woes and a Solution...

    Any chance of "marketing" the blue 3D printed buttons?? I need to do the same.
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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    It handles it very good. An extra few mm of ground clearance would have been great, but for most of what we have done it was perfect.....especially at around 18km/l.
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    Exploring the Southern Cape

    Sunday 16 August 2020.

    After church and lunch, we decided to take a drive and the route of choice fell on the road over the Karwyderskraal pass to see if we could find a nice place for a coffee...
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    Exploring the Southern Cape

    Another weekend of exploring.

    Saturday 15 August 2020 we decided to take a casual drive towards Kleinmond/Betty's Bay. The weather forecast for the day did not look very promising.

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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    Ah, ok. I thought up the West Coast, Langebaan, Paternoster, etc. would be Western Cape. Anyways, being on the border then.....I will be exploring both sections then. I suppose I could start a...
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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    And today, 10 August 2020, we decided that the nice weather should be utilised to the full. We did a hike on the 3 Dams trail.

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    Re: Exploring the Southern Cape

    As mentioned above, we arrived in Hermanus early Saturday evening on the 1st August. This after a drive from Nelspruit that took us 2 days and about 1800km.

    As we did not have time to stop for...
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    Exploring the Southern Cape

    Due to circumstances, I took up a new job in the Western Cape Province. I already started on the 1st June. For now the plan is to settle in Heidelberg, once we find suitable rental accommodation....
  34. Thread: Ranger tow bar

    by Daniek
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    Re: Ranger tow bar

    If you compare the size of the towbar to what is used elsewhere and also look at hiw it is mounted, my bet is that it is pretty solid. I never used it for snatch recoveries though.
  35. Thread: Ranger tow bar

    by Daniek
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    Ranger tow bar

    This is what I did. Bolts and nuts used are the same as for the tow hitch. 583660583661
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