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    Re: Trusted Mechanic in Durban, KZN...

    Awesome!

    Could you please send me his number/email addy? Here or via PM.
    [emoji1303]
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    Re: Trusted Mechanic in Durban, KZN...

    My bad - totally misread that one [emoji23]. Thank you for clarifying.

    Will be interesting to see if Ben is worthwhile. Iím very keen to use an Indy as opposed to the dealers.
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    Re: Trusted Mechanic in Durban, KZN...

    Thought Haydn left SA?
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Yes please - thank you [emoji1303].
    Please pm details. Iím in KZN
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    That would be awesome - please let me know. Drivers side [emoji1303]
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Easy job. Few screws & unplug.
    The guy knew my vehicle, had a laugh at how I got around spending money upfront.
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    I had the same issue.
    Remove both and close the plugs with electrical tape.

    They will see it as having no fog lamps fitted. [emoji1303]
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    Re: Pajero Sport 2012 rear bumpstops

    Yep, my one rear shock needs to be replaced... weeping.

    Compared to a matesí 2016 model, theyíre much the same height. The stops are closer to the axle than one would think.
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    Re: Pajero Sport 2012 rear bumpstops

    Hi Maun,

    No problem - currently on 166kkm.

    Havenít looked further into it yet, waiting for some funds.
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    Re: Pajero Sport 2012 rear bumpstops

    Hi there John,

    Itís a pic that the local Mitsu dealership sent me; to confirm which part I was looking for. He had to double check the pricing.

    Iíve got a few places to phone this week & will...
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    Re: Trusted Mechanic in Durban, KZN...

    Did you manage to find decent Indy?
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    Re: Is a new Duster a good buy?

    Some feedback from my perspective.
    Bought the late 2015 facelift Duster 4wd (new, in Decí15).

    Just completed the 75kkm service this week. First replacement pads fitted.
    Warrantee claim for...
  13. Pajero Sport load carrying ability - improving

    As a side note... if any of you guys changed the rear bumpstops, where did you get replacements from?

    Mine are finished & Mitsu want crazy money for replacements.

    Donít they get removed if you...
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    Pajero Sport 2012 rear bumpstops

    Hi All,

    Wondering if anyone has replaced these on their Sport?

    Mine are finished, but Mitsu quoted R4277 for a pair.

    Must be a better option?
    Part# 41016

    Any suggestions most welcome....
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    Pajero Sport Decat & EGR blank

    Hi All,

    Wonder if anyone can shed some light on Decatting and blanking the EGR on the 3.2 PS?

    Can't find much using the search function.
    I have a 2012 auto with about 162kkms on the clock....
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    Re: Triton/Pajero key battery replacement

    Very helpful - Thank you!

    Eventually got CR1616 from a tobacconist, for R30 each. Replaced both main and spare key batteries.

    Watch jeweller wanted to charge me R350 for the battery...
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    Re: Check engine light - Paj Sport 3,2.

    Thanks for the replies so far. Much appreciated.

    Isnít there an Indy in Pietermaritzburg?
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    Check engine light - Paj Sport 3,2.

    Hi all,

    On our way to family cabin for the weekend, check engine light came on...

    I slowed to between 60-80kph.
    Temp and gear changes all 100ís, purred along as normal.

    Swapped between...
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    Re: Hammock Camping in SA

    Couple of mates and I use DD hammocks and tarps.. mainly in the Drakensberg, but also on friendsí farm.

    If trees arenít big enough to hang from, weíll sleep under the 3x3ís on a stretcher.
    ...
  20. Thread: Renault Duster

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    Re: Renault Duster

    Similar happened to mine a while back... thread Ďduster securityí.

    Thankfully they didnít actually get to steel anything.
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    Re: Win a NITECORE TIP!!

    Entered. Thank you for the opportunity [emoji1303]
  22. Thread: Duster security

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    Re: Duster security

    No problem, thank you for the concern.

    I check all doors, thankfully the door lock knob thingyís are also easy to see locked/unlocked.

    Also, to clarify - the guys didnít actually get into my...
  23. Thread: Renault Duster

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    Re: Renault Duster

    Local Renault dealer offered me R180k for my 2015 4wd facelift with 56kkms... leather, smash & grab, towbar etc.
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    Re: Renault Duster

    Yep, similar on my original Tyres... got about 55kkms on them now.
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    Re: Living with an SX4

    Thought I'd update this thread...

    Wife is still driving it to work and back daily, sitting on 180kkms now and going strong (done all servicing through Suzuki, now based at Honda). She still loves...
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    Re: Mitsubishi 4x4 Training

    Mate of mine rashed them until they relented. They ended up paying for a basic one (driver & partner) through the Jeep clubís trainer at Killarney in Shongweni.

    Donít let them wriggle out of...
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    Re: Jimny Frontrunner Roofrack

    Dudley, thereís a separate Suzuki section, in which youíll find most of the specific information.

    If thereís nothing up to date for what youíre looking for, consider starting a new thread in the...
  28. Thread: New Duster

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    Re: New Duster

    Anything thicker than the current setup. Honestly if I look at my Duster the wrong way; it leaves a dent.
    Maybe it's just the KZN parking lots.
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    Re: New Duster

    Dig the blindspot warning update!

    Hopefully they beef up the body material...current stuff is like tinfoil.
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    Re: Need new tires in Durban, where to go ?

    I used their locally 'accredited' tyre shop in North Coast Rd...they managed to get 33" MT's fitted to my Landy's rims, balanced and aligned without any issues, but it did take forever. It was a...
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    Re: Need new tires in Durban, where to go ?

    Try Errol's Tyres for pricing (bearing in mind shipping, fitment and balancing etc will be for your account)... still worked out cheaper the last time I used him.
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    Grand Cherokee Re: Where to do Lift in Durban

    Hi there Mark,

    Contact the KZN Section of the Jeep Club... they use 2 Gents who know their stuff.
    Probably best to speak to the chairman.

    Good luck
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    Re: TJ rear drum brakes

    Thank you DVR, much appreciated.
    Any particular b/shoes he should fit?
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    TJ rear drum brakes

    Hi All,

    Any suggestions as to replacement rear drum brakes for a TJ (2003 manual)?

    Also, info on disc replacements would be appreciated.

    Many thanks

    Mike
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    Re: Overland Travels :: Spares worth keeping

    Fire extinguishers should be serviced annually... generally I've seen 2,5kg units fitted - but nice to have two of these if you can afford the space; one on either side of the vehicle ("one is none,...
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