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  1. Thread: Honda Accord?

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    Honda Accord?

    I own the 2.0 Auto so canít comment on the 2.4 other than it is apparently quite fast.

    I absolutely love the Accord, itís spacious, comfortable, has all the luxuries you would want, quiet, solid...
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    Grand Cherokee Re: Recommendations in Fourways

    Zone is probably the best option
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    Re: Landcruiser 79 WHAT COLOUR!!

    For overlanding I presume you will
    go into the desert and hot areas of Botswana and Namibia etc.

    Therefore, as mentioned above, white or a light sandy colour to keep the carís surfaces as cool...
  4. Thread: Buying advice.

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    Re: Buying advice.

    Maybe itís to do with residual value of the ďassetĒ (yes, cars are not assets, but you know what I mean) if the client defaults on the loan agreement.... but Iím guessing
  5. Thread: Buying advice.

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    Re: Buying advice.

    The ASX is 2WD. Look at an older Gen3 Pajero LWB as well, although mileage will be high in your price range, they are very reliable.

    The Outlander is probably the only one that you will get at a...
  6. Thread: Feelers

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    Wrangler 2dr Re: Feelers

    [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787]
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    Re: The EPIC River Trip 2020

    *Giyani [emoji51][emoji6]
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    Re: Pajero Sport SRS warning light on

    Just give it a few drives to go off again, it stays on until it resets itself after some time.

    Thatís assuming nothing has broken, which sounds unlikely in your case.
  9. Thread: Value for money

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    Re: Value for money

    My opinion? You know you want my Metalian, Thinus [emoji6]. Itís still for sale.
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    Re: Your Lockdown Projects

    I washed the Pajero. Itís not as easy as it used to be [emoji17]
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    Re: Pajero gen 4 alarm system?

    I have this:

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200413/abd5ccc2f048a67f05fc772e7716a059.jpg
  12. Thread: Rent a skip

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    Re: Rent a skip

    Best would be to phone a few rental places and check it out.

    Iíve been wanting to do the same thing but I donít want to have all my junk lying out on the driveway for a few weeks.
  13. Re: Looking for fold up solar panels for camping

    The HCDP unit has a 180W solar charge controller so you canít go larger than that.

    Someone is selling a fold up solar panel here in the classifieds, R2000 for 120W
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    Re: Jeep spares cost increased three fold!

    Mitsubishi appear to have done something similar for 2020. A very small clip I used to buy for R17.30 is now R30. That was December 2019 versus January 2020, according to my records
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    Re: Corona changed our plans!

    What about Utshwayelo Lodge in Kosi Bay Area?
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    Re: Riemvasmaak Northern Cape accommodation

    Not worth it. We went to Riemvasmaak in April last year and ended up leaving after a few minutes because there were a few drunk suspicious looking okes there (they allow day visitors). Nothing worth...
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    Richtersveld roads condition

    If I am not mistaken, about 45min to an hour or so if you arenít distracted or towing heavy.
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Mike, contact Planet Electronics and ask them what they have. They do a lot of different models and can install for you too.
  19. Re: Show us what youíve done with your New Discovery (5)

    For some.... yes it was most extreme [emoji1787]
  20. Re: Show us what youíve done with your New Discovery (5)

    Grips, that was epic and a real adventure!!!!

    Road to hell is not for the feint hearted.... especially if there is a snapped side shaft on a vehicle at the bottom of the pass.
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    Re: Namaqua 4x4 Eco Trail

    We did a large group tour last year in April and we paid the R450 per vehicle.

    Not once were we stopped or asked to prove payment etc.

    I also heard from locals that the money doesnít go to...
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    Re: Amarok is bakkie of the year - Leisure Wheels

    I can believe that. I have found that Mitsubishi parts in 2020 have increased by at least 50%, from what I have seen.

    I wonder how they can sit there in their boardroom and come up with such a...
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    Re: Amarok is bakkie of the year - Leisure Wheels

    These tests prove absolutely nothing. They are only done to boost magazine sales, nothing else.

    Taken with a pinch of salt [emoji6]
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    Re: BF Goodrich: A Good Experience

    Wow. Thatís great service and is probably the first time I have ever read on this forum that Michelin has given good service on a BFG product. All the other reviews have been mostly negative,...
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    Re: Electrician Sign Off Cost

    Thatís shocking
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    Re: Sand tracks which won't break the bank

    https://youtu.be/SntXKcKKvW8

    ďGoedkoop koop is duur koopĒ
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    Re: Which snatch rope?

    Eish, lots of aggression here but Ja, itís fine.

    I made a comment that some products need to rest and some donít, do your homework.

    No mention of brand was mentioned at all. My comment was...
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    Re: Which snatch rope?

    Wow [emoji15]
  29. Thread: Aspw lc79 300

    by KurtG
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    Re: Aspw lc79 300

    Check the dimensions under Front Track and Rear Track:


    http://www.car-specs.za.net/car.aspx?specs=toyota-land-cruiser-79-4.2d-pick-up-2009-9-7295
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    Re: Which snatch rope?

    Have a look at these. I havenít researched them so try find out if these can be used multiple times without needing to rest for 24 hours or so:
    ...
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    Re: Advice on buying a 2014 Forester 2.5XS

    I used to own a Forester many years ago and I am not quite sure but I think there is a major service due at 100,000km or 105,000km so take that into consideration and do some research.

    Other than...
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    Re: Roofrack Alu to Black - How??

    ....or anodizing but I wonder if that size thing can be anodized.

    Perhaps Powder Coat is your best option.
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    Re: Which new Tyres for LC 200 VX

    Hankook Dynapro ATM has a very thin sidewall, that one would be one of my last options.

    The 120 load index option looks good and the Michelin is a quality tyre.
  34. Thread: Aspw lc79 300

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    Re: Aspw lc79 300

    Andrew builds these vehicles for clients around the world, some in the Middle East. So this is a business venture and it works for him. I enjoy his vehicle builds because they are very practical and...
  35. Thread: Aspw lc79 300

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    Re: Aspw lc79 300

    He didnít add the length to the tray, he merely moved the axle back.
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