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    EK hou daarvan veral die "Swing arm gedeelte.
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    "Oh I wish I understood Afrikaans."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damdan View Post
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    Google translate is your friend.
    Cut and paste.
    All ready tried it before:

    Ek het 120mm/50mm/5mm channel met n 50mm/5mm flatbar om die bumper te bou.Die hoeke het ek 22,4 grade gesny. Onder om af te rond het ek n 50mm/50mm angle op gesit.
    Die high lift gate is 32mm/5mm tube.
    Op die sparewheel en jerrycan swivel het ek 32mm/5mm tube in bumper en op die swing arms het ek n solid bar wat presies daar in pas.

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    I have 120mm / 50mm / 5mm channel with a 50mm / 5mm flatbar to the bumper bou.Die corners I cut 22.4 degrees . Under to finish , I received a 50mm / 50mm angle on out . The high lift gate is 32mm / 5mm tube . On the sparewheel jerrycan and I swivel 32mm / 5mm tube in the bumper and swing arms I a solid bar that exactly fit in .

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    Default Re: Rear DIY Bumper

    Dagse. Ek hou van wat jy hier gedoen het met daai bumper. Sal graag met jou wil gesels en dalk copy wat jy hier vermag het. Die handelaars is net onbekostigbaar. Sal wardeer as jy my dalk kan kontak of whatsapp op 0823538139. Jy kan my ook epos op [email protected]. Hoop rerig ek hoor van jou.

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    done very nicely.

    I was warned by my insurance company years ago that towbars need to have the sabs stamp and built by a registered sabs company, to be legal. Not being legal can lead to non pay outs in the event of an accident.

    any insurance chaps out there??
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    Default Re: Rear DIY Bumper

    Very nice.

    There is (potentially) one problem however, the mounts for the wheel and jerry can might wear out quite fast. If possible, I'd suggest considering getting a brass bushing's OD turned to the same ID as the tubes, and having the bushing's ID bored to the same size as the largest reasonable diameter of chrome polished OD rod that you can find. This will be far more resistant to wear and have a much longer life than the mild steel rod in the mild steel tube.

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    Default Re: Rear DIY Bumper

    Ja die pryse is buiten sporig by handelaars. Ek het vir my scorpio suv dakrak met leer. Spare wheel carrier en gasbotel houer asook 2 x jerry kan houers self gebou. Maar bly nou in kompleks en mag niks daar doen nie. Dit was teen n fraksie van die pryse daar buite. Wou nog voor bumper met bullbar asook agter bumper gedoen het.

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