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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Quote Originally Posted by Hendrik du Toit View Post
    Ek het my 2.4 Extra Cab se maand trug gekry en n paar punte:
    Diesel gebruik is nogal goed. Kry 11km/l in stad en 12km/l op oop pad
    Speakers is vervang met Focals en maak n groot verskil asook extra speakers in agterste deure gesit
    Wag vir my Wildog nudgebat

    Love my bakkie.
    Die deure klink "hol" en ek moet hulle harder as die DC sin toeslaan - BTW, hulle is 200mm langer as die DC sin.

    Ek het Saterdag 7.3l/100km gebruik Heilbron toe en terug. Tank2tank, en dit het ooreengestem met die meter. Ek het so 120 - 140 km/h gedoen.
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Ek maak altyd die venster so 2cm oop voor ek die deur van binne toe maak anders maak hy moeilik toe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hendrik du Toit View Post
    Ek maak altyd die venster so 2cm oop voor ek die deur van binne toe maak anders maak hy moeilik toe.
    Dankie, ek sal onthou
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    C-track is FINALLY installed - now I can drive it.
    Everything is a hammer.
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    Net jammer daar is nie n 4x4 2.4 clubcab nie!
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Quote Originally Posted by Uys View Post
    The invoice read:

    1 x Extended guarantee
    I don't understand this Its a Toyota, why an extended warranty??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wave View Post
    I don't understand this Its a Toyota, why an extended warranty??
    Same reason you have an insurance policy, plus at the cost, it is really a no-brainer...
    Uys, I assume you also took the 8 year unlimited km option?
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    Yip!

    8 years unlimited
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    Uys I think spacers are onevof the big reasons for drop in consumtion. Thats why every bakkie s nose is lower than the rear. Loop afdraend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandveld View Post
    uys i think spacers are onevof the big reasons for drop in consumtion. Thats why every bakkie s nose is lower than the rear. Loop afdraend.

    ;d;d;d
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Last edited by Uys; 2019/10/10 at 02:03 PM.
    Everything is a hammer.
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