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    Hkgk =?
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    HKGK = Hier kom groot ka... ummm... moeilikheid
    RTFM = Read the Flippen Manual
    B2B = Back to basics / Back to back / Business to business
    PEBCAK = Problem exists between chair and keyboard, same as an ID-10-T problem
    SHS = Smoking his socks
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    And for when you're really stuck in the mud (again):

    Snafu: Situation normal, all f--ked up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley View Post
    Hkgk =?
    Hier kom groot ###...
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    I'm surprised no-one has mentioned one that is as old as the second world war - FUBAR...

    F***** up beyond all repair...
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    Carpe Diem Scrotum
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    ISM = In Sy Mo*r

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    Position I hold in my company..

    MMWC = Main Man What Counts

    My workers..

    GDB = General Dogs Bodies
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    WoO = Waste of Oxygen
    OMG = Oh my God
    BOGSAT = Bunch of guys sitting around a table
    AHOYA = A$$h&le of the year award
    AKUTA = A kick up the ar$e
    ATNA = All talk and no action
    BIAT = Boss is a Twit
    BITCH = Babe in total control of herself
    BMW = Bitch, moan and whinge
    CHAOS = Chief has arrived on scene
    CRAFT = Can't remember a flipp'n thing
    CSN = Computer says no
    DIMWIT = Don't interrupt me when I'm talking
    DIN = Do it now
    DINKY = Double income no kids yet
    DRAW = Dignity and respect at work
    ESO = Equipment superior to operator
    ETAM = Everything to attract men
    FEAR = Forget everything and run
    FIGJAM = Flip I'm good just ask me
    FLP = Funny looking person
    FOBIO = Frequently outwitted by inanimate objects
    GAAFOFY = Go away and find one for yourself
    GOAT = Greatest of all time
    GOFER = Genial old farts enjoying retirement
    HIVI = Husband is village idiot
    KIPPERS = Kids in parents pockets eroding retirement savings
    LOBNAH = lights on but nobody's at home
    OINKY = One income no kids yet
    ORCHID = One recent child, heavily in debt
    OSINTOT = Oh sh%t I never thought of that
    PDQ = Pretty dammed quick
    RUB = Rich urban biker
    SSDD = Same stuff different day
    SKI = Spending the kids inheritance
    SNERT = Snot nosed egotistical rude teenager
    SPOH = Safe pair of hands
    SUMO = Shut up and move on
    SWAG = Scientific wild Ar$ed guess
    T-CUP = Total control under pressure
    TEAM = Together everyone achieves more
    TNT = Thanks but no thanks
    UBI = Unexplained beer injury
    VEST = Very egotistical stupid twit
    WAG = Wild ar$$ed guess
    WIOFYFS = Work it out for your flipp'n self
    WOMBAT = Waste of money, brains and time
    YOYO = You're on your own


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    ID ten T fault - what you get if you don't RTFM.
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    Last night I had HIV - Heavy into Vodka
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    Hecsa?
    Overkill - isn't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilux2Fortuner View Post
    Hecsa?

    A very exclusive club....

    http://www.hilux4x4.co.za/views/view...hp?f=14&t=2487


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    H2H = Here's to Health (also the white powder you chuck in your pool )
    No, i think that is HTH but close enough
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    Question

    I was going to contribute RTFM but i was beaten to that but if someone could help me out with the following more "Technical" acronyms:

    IFS
    SFA

    Dont laugh I am a newbie

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    IFS = Independent Front Suspension (eg double wishbones)
    SAS = Solid Axle Suspension
    SFA = Solid Front Axle

    Have you worked through this thread yet?
    (I've added your two queries)

    http://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/...ad.php?t=25641
    Last edited by 4ePajero; 2008/11/08 at 08:03 PM.

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    Thanks for that 4ePajero, no i had not seen that, but I will swat up and you can test me later

    So SFA? is that a mistake? i see it mentioned a lot in the Baboons pass thread.

    Thought SAS was Special Air Service

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    Sorry,

    SFA = SAS for the front suspension, ie Solid Front Axle

    Most vehicles have SRA (solid rear axle). Some have IRS (Independent rear suspension, eg Gen3 & 4 Pajeros).

    Front suspension is either by solid axle eg SFA Toyotas, or IFS (most new DC bakkies, if not all).

    General consensus is that SFA gives better off road ability (clearance and articulation), while IFS gives more comfortable ride.
    Last edited by 4ePajero; 2008/11/08 at 08:05 PM.

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    I thought SAS (Solid Axle Swap) is what you do with your IFS to make it a SFA
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    Quote Originally Posted by KobusDJ View Post
    I thought SAS (Solid Axle Swap) is what you do with your IFS to make it a SFA
    Yes. I've seen SAS used as both a noun (for more than one object) and a verb.

    Since the other 'S's (in IFS, IRS) refer to Suspension, I prefer to take SAS to be the same.

    There is however no doubt as to what it refers to, so the semantics become less important.

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    Thanks for enlightening me

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