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    I saw a 4x4 trail head off into the bushes next to Inanda dam near the bridge across what appears to be the inlet. Anybody know it?

    GPS recons there's a fair amount of hiking trails in that area. Keen to Recce it. No idea of difficulty, no idea how long, probably between 10 and 15km.

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    Ah, my neck of the woods. Done! Im in

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    If you drive out of the center, turn left, and first left again. It should point you in the right direction. Some lovely play grounds down in the valley. Have fun. Would love to join you. The hill in the picture is on the pipeline route. Grade 4 (guess)
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    I'll USE the camera this time Bob
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    [I'll USE the camera this time Bob[/quote]


    I would think that anyone could be a better photographer than me. Just a point and shoot method.
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    Here's a screen shot from Google of the planned route. As it's totally unknown there could be some deviations

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    I wish,

    I'm grounded at the moment. Need to sortout the bakkie. Also don't want to do more damage, currently our main transport.

    Cheers

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    Its all sounding and looking great! Think I should take off that dam 'low' tow bar of mine.

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    Het jy skade Pieter?

    If you do take it off Grant, remember that your next contact point is your bodywork Rather put something higher and more ridged in it's place.
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    Hi Sakkie, good point. If I get a chance I will try and modify this one or look at something different.

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    Hi Sakkie,

    Ja volg maar die post hier.

    http://www.isuzuoffroad.co.za/index....ewtopic&t=3365

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    You could always shorten your bin, it will help your departure angles. Or buy a Landy.

    Sorry grant couldn't resist it.
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    Hey Bob, don't know if everybody is just to bloody well mannered to help you on the right track, but you're driving a RANGE rover
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    Doesn't it mean I can drive any track ?
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    No, for that you need a Jeep.
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    Or you could get a Nissan LWB and leave the tow bar attatched to match the ability of all other 4x4s or get the edge and remove it (looks around for the extra buttered popcorn)

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    I like a guy who'll support his choice of weapon, regardless
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    true. You strike me as a decent sort.
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    ...Shouldn't you be SLEEPIN!!!!
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    Did, don't want to sleep too much, my weekend has started. Already used low ratio, we were up hillcrest way this afternoon - visiting the outlaws.

    I am still trying to wrangle Sunday.
    '79 Range Rover classic.

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