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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    Learning to play with all those knoppies!!!!
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    Re: Cape Town Cycle Tour 2018

    Leaving tomorrow!

    07:42 Group 3G.

    My record at Argus so far:
    1st - 47km (Fire Shortened)
    2nd - Full distance.
    3rd - Blown Home by last year's wind.
    4th - Hoping for a decent ride!! ;D
  3. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    At 20k mileage, my consumption is just on 10l/100km. Long journeys at 120km/hr on gps and in town I am a little heavy footed. I did once force myself to stick to a 100km/hr speed limit for about...
  4. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    My comments:
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    So, first use of the 4x4 system on Saturday. Compared to my previous vehicles, this thing is phenomenal. Most of the day I felt as if I was cheating. Perhaps I was!!!
  6. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    Ok, so a quick update!

    Just had its 20 000km service and I still enjoy every moment driving it.

    I have fitted the Frontrunner roofrack, which fits easily and well. Only gripe is there could be...
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    Where are you going on Holiday this year?

    We are visiting the islands that house this famous statue! Any ideas?https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20171221/67b5cc8de8b65554916701446601beaa.jpg
  8. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    Yip, saw you checking me out and then the wave as you hit the offramp!!😁😁
    White Pajero?
  9. Re: Classic wooden boat - 1948 Higgins Sportabout

    Was wondering what if any progress has been made on this?
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    Re: Canopy Kitchen

    And then I sold the vehicle! Have to start over!!
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    True, the more I use them the more I appreciate them.
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    Re: Queenstown accommodation

    Have a look at Roydon Game Lodge. I stay there on business trips. Tge little hunters cabins are quite basic but nice each sleep two persons.
  13. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    So, one quick observation is that I have figured why one would want Flappy Paddle shifters on an auto.

    Mainly for overtaking, select the gear you want to use, put your foot down, no lag and then...
  14. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    True story, Self Levelling! (RTFM);D
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    Re: Greetings all!

    Welcome, nice wheels!!!
  16. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    Haven't towed anything yet, but have fitted a towbar. Will probably end up with a light offroad luggage trailer if space proves to be a problem.

    So, almost 5000km already, flip it's nice to drive...
  17. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    I heard there are 30 that have been sold from an East Rand dealership.

    So, so far 3500km and average fuel consumption at 9,5l/100km. Includes a Cape Town return trip from PE.

    Loving the...
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20171003/9b6cd160b37083215d927e3ff98cedc5.jpg
    Just in case I park too close to a wall or want to add some spots, fitted a nudge from ARTAV!
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    1. Fortuners are 10 a penny. I’ve had my stint in an ‘appliance’. A very good one, mind you!
    2. Not at all, I looked at and test drove this one, not sure why I woukd hanker for something that is not...
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    Re: Your best vehicle ever owned

    Offroad, definitely my Isuzu Frontier 2.8 DT LX. Loved it, my first 4x4 and the one that took me to all the places first!
    Road, without doubt my Alfa Romeo 2 Litre GT Junior.

    Sadly, both gone!
  21. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    The ride comfort is very good, bearing in mind I come from a hard Hilux. The power is impressive, acceleration is good and the gearbox smooth.
    Ride height looks good in standard format, however, I...
  22. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    Thanks all, thus far (500km) a super vehicle. First time owning an Auto so that is a new experience.

    8 speed box super smooth. Flappie paddle gear shifters, not quite sure when I'll use them, but...
  23. Re: New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    If it includes Tequila and Salt then YES!!;D
  24. New Beginnings Out with the Old (Hilux) and in with the New (Pajero Sport)

    So on the spur of the moment I sold the trusty Hilux and have taken delivery of this...
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    Re: To all Long term campers

    This lifestyle is definitely in my longer term sights.

    We have a mate who does just this, but he and his Partner really like Kruger. Rents his house out in PE and "moves" to Kruger for months on...
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    Canopy Kitchen

    So after many questions and attempts to research this topic, it became quite clear that it is very personal as to how you set up your kitchen.
    I have decided to use the Connect It product and...
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    Re: Baviaanskloof from Jeffrey's Bay

    Trailers are fine, we have done it many times.
    But, yes, you may have to reverse along a narrow road.
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    Re: Baviaans route thoughts

    Uitspan was really good when we visited last. 2Years ago.

    Consider Geelkrans.
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    Re: Baviaanskloof from Jeffrey's Bay

    1/2 a day in the Baviaans is not worth the effort. (or the damages you anticipate)

    Rather go to the beach in Jeffry's.
  30. Thread: MTB lights

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    Re: MTB lights

    Check out Xtreme Lights, they have a reasonable price range and their lights are generally pretty good. The Neoprene battery holders are also really easy to use.
  31. Re: T6 Ranger ..... Ford Fury, flashing, xhaust and filters

    In the pre-purchase questionnaire, one has to answer all questions honestly. Especially the one about your weight, as they use this to set up the suspension for a "level" ride. ;D

    Don't you just...
  32. Re: 2 Pinzgauers 712's and a Haflinger.....I have such a Great Job!! (pics attached)

    We had one of these as kids, bright orange.

    It was called "HOOF HEARTED"
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    Re: What do I need?

    This has served us well for many years.

    Family / Activity specific, but works.
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    Re: No more free lunch* at Spur

    The political uproar is centred around one particular Spur and two patrons.
    Yes the group have banned him from their outlets country wide, but I do not think one should tar the whole group of...
  35. Thread: Silverback ?

    by Stockman
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    Re: Silverback ?

    Really enjoyed reading this thread.

    Just for info and a bit of bike ####, my wheels with newly fitted 32 Black Oval and 11:46 Cassette.

    First time riding a 1:11, really like it.
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