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    Frik.

    Great shot! I love three wheelers!

    Why were you recovered from there. Obviosly something is goin on with the right rear which we cannot see, but the diff lock should have done the job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilux2Fortuner View Post
    Frik.

    Great shot! I love three wheelers!

    Why were you recovered from there. Obviosly something is goin on with the right rear which we cannot see, but the diff lock should have done the job?

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    H2F no I got really stuck and the Continentals definitley not helped me out it was moist and wet so a dear friend of mine on this forum volunteerd to winch me out a hour after I told him I dont see the need for a Winch

    Have to mention it was a Datsun
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    No , not a Datsun! Does Engel really drive a Datsun, or is he like my F.I.L that still refer to Nissans as Datsuns?

    Joking, I was recovered by a Landy the other day. At the end of the day i completed the obsticle with the F on the second approach, and the landy couldn't - justice

    OT: Does anybody know how to reduce the size of a movie -this one is 90 Mb, Dirk will have a hart attack if I post that!
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    Default Pietpetoors Hilux

    Here is my 1999 2.7i Hilux. 352,000km on the clock and still going strong.


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    [IMG]file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Cimline/Desktop/IMG_1062.JPG[/IMG]

    Taken in swaziland

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    Here's mine ...
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    2008 Fortuner 4x4 42L Aux Tank, OME, BFG Muds, Safari Snorkel, Outback Roof Rack, Outback Technotop RTT, Easy Awning, 16" Avalanche, Dual Battery

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    My Rooi Lorrie
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    Default Toyota Pictures

    My 2003 2.7i Hilux S/C with solid front axle conversion.
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    Swifty.

    Great shot - who did the conversion? Did they use a cruiser 80 axle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilux2Fortuner View Post
    Al die ander ouens het 'n thread fotos van hulle karre , Mitsi Pics, Landy (Tata) pics ens.....

    Miskien is dit nou tyd vir 'n Toyota Pics thread.
    I've stuck this thread for you guys, but remember the pictures section is only used for pictures and not a discussion, so avoid discussing issues here, otherwise it turns into a mess like the Fortuner Questions thread.

    Restrict the discussions to threads with relevant titles, or the phantom nuker will have more work to do.
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    Uys,

    The conversion was done by Wessel fourie of Ultimate Auto Works in Brackenfell (Previously 4xTech)

    He used a Hilux solid axle with Cruiser coils.

    Martin

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    Sorry, missed your reply by 2 minutes!

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    Mis my ex-2.2 std. Het meer gedoen in plekke en die duine as wat meeste toeskouers verwag het. Help 'n bietjie die traction control...werk nie so lekker by die duine nie. Gelukkige eienaar nou ManieC
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    Die mooiste Hilux wat in my garage slaap.
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    sorry, ek het net pics waar die datsun Toyjoijoijoiotas uitsleep...he he Daai manne van artic trucks doen n mooi job [chris se post]
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    Default My Toyotas

    These are the 4x4's.

    Excluding the 2700 Hilux. 4x2.

    The FJ45 is in plenty pieces. Being serviced and will then be assembled as a shorty.

    The 80 is getting a 1HD-FTE motor, that is on it's way from Durban. This should be a great toy.
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    Default INDIANA JONES. Indy for short.

    Here are some pics of Indy at his happiest.
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    Filling up in Van Zylsrus on our way to Askham for a hunting trip.



    Arriving at the farm near Askham.

    To see what my previous Hilux did click link below 8)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0m_cUKPjRAU 8)

    Now to see what the Fortuner can do 8)

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    Default Die Prado

    Lanklaas Toyota fotos gesien.

    Hier is paar fotos van die Prado op verskeie speelplekke en trails










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    Here some pics of my trusty Toyota.
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    '18 Hilux 2.8 Auto 4wd
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