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    Quote Originally Posted by Uys View Post
    What does this cost if i may ask?
    Toyota Fortuner 2.8 GD-6 4x4 Auto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uys View Post
    What Christo said. Loose battery also takes up place in the loadbin, needs to be tied down and are easily damaged.

    So then you would only lay one set of wiring to the loadbin for attachments, and split it from there? Makes sense. Your charging wire would also be shorter, and more effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    So then you would only lay one set of wiring to the loadbin for attachments, and split it from there?
    Yes, that is the plan. Now if I could only get a proper way to split 25mm2 cable.....
    Everything is a hammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uys View Post
    Yes, that is the plan. Now if I could only get a proper way to split 25mm2 cable.....
    What about a DB board?

    http://www.wiringproducts.com/4-gaug...ion-block.html

    http://www.12volt.com.au/redirect.ht.../breakers.html
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    Yes, looking at the C-Dynamics website now - but there are too many nice gadgets there. Won't have space to install all of it.
    Everything is a hammer.
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    Then it it a chisel.

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    Uys geluk, BAIE nice bakkies die 2,4!!!

    Ek wonder elke keer hoekom ek nou eintlik die 2,8 gekoop het.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    Uys geluk, BAIE nice bakkies die 2,4!!!

    Ek wonder elke keer hoekom ek nou eintlik die 2,8 gekoop het.
    Petri toe jy gekoop het was daar nie die model 2.4 met al die knoppies en afkortings by nie so toe was die 2.8 die beter koop, vra my ek het daai kaal 2.4 en wens ek het of die 2.8 of die nuwe 2.4 gehad.

    Ek dink hierdie nuwe 2.4 gaan top verkoper wees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal Hannes View Post
    Petri toe jy gekoop het was daar nie die model 2.4 met al die knoppies en afkortings by nie so toe was die 2.8 die beter koop, vra my ek het daai kaal 2.4 en wens ek het of die 2.8 of die nuwe 2.4 gehad.

    Ek dink hierdie nuwe 2.4 gaan top verkoper wees.
    BESLIS Hannes.

    Ja ek moet se die "verskille" daai tyd was nogal baie en meer die geld werd.

    Soos ek verstaan is die 2,4 die original design gewees, en in meeste lande kry jy nie eens die 2,8 nie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    Uys geluk, BAIE nice bakkies die 2,4!!!

    Ek wonder elke keer hoekom ek nou eintlik die 2,8 gekoop het.

    Dankie Petri.

    Ja, ek is baie gelukkig!
    Everything is a hammer.
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    Die 2,4 is vir my baie meer "nippy" in die dorp. Weet nie hoekom nie maar hy is beslis. Nogal weird, die 2,8 se Torque begin so bietjie laer as die 2,4 sinne.

    Op die ooppad is daai ou bietjie nM en Kw op die Raider seker maar 'n ou bietjie nicer.....hulle is BAIE naby aan mekaar.

    2,4 behoort ook redelik ligter op sop te wees.........1+ km per liter.

    Een ding wat ek HAAT van die Raider is sy materiaal door inserts - ek ruil myne NOU vir die plastiek van die 2,4. As jy jou deur oopmaak is daai materiaal vuil.

    Uys jy weet jy kan jou sleutel se alram se bek bietjie sagter maak.......?? Doen niks aan die alarm of toeter nie, hyt sy eie "hooter". Beste mod wat jy kan doen - glo my.

    My beste features op die Raider wat ek BAIE gebruik??

    HAC is lekker as jy teen opdraande wegtrek.
    Speedo Cruise
    Rear camera

    Gadgets wat ek wens ek hoef nie te he nie:

    iMT gearbox ding.....stupid.
    Eco en Power Buttons.......stupid
    Day light lights - simpel, ek wil partykeer my ligte af he
    Daai Duelers......hulle is gelukkig amper glad, eks besig om die BTW uit hulle uit te ry
    Cloth arm rests en center rest.....HAAT dit
    Ek hou ook BAIE meer van die swart tail handle en spieels en grille van die 2,4

    Verder is ek happy, het al 48000 km (!!!) op en hy loop soos 'n jet.8)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post

    Uys jy weet jy kan jou sleutel se alram se bek bietjie sagter maak.......?? Doen niks aan die alarm of toeter nie, hyt sy eie "hooter". Beste mod wat jy kan doen - glo my.
    Vertel meer asb! Ek oorweeg dit om vanmiddag met n side cutter onder die dash in te klim vir daai ding.


    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post


    HAC is lekker as jy teen opdraande wegtrek.
    Speedo Cruise
    Rear camera

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    Myne het HAC, en ATRAC

    Speedo sou nice wees

    Ek het die d106 CASKA laat insit - spesifiek vir die kamera.
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    Uys my pel by Toyota het die ding met duct tape toegedraai. Hoor net waar sit die ding - ek weet nie eers waar my dipstick is nie (die bakkie sn bedoel ek).

    As joune HAC en dan die Caska met rear cam in het, het jy NIKS meer nodig nie, glo my.
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    No matter how much they charge you for a snorkel fitment - it is not enough! This is stressful!



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    ........

    as hy gky moet hy net reg gly........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    ........

    as hy gky moet hy net reg gly........
    Dis hoekom eh daai hele modderskerm vol masking tape plak
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    Gadgets wat ek wens ek hoef nie te he nie:

    iMT gearbox ding.....stupid.

    Petri, wat het verander? Ek het iewers gelees dat jy daarvan gehou het?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou07 View Post
    Petri, wat het verander? Ek het iewers gelees dat jy daarvan gehou het?
    Ek het eendag in die stad dit gebruik en toe voel dit soort van OK. Omdat dit iets nuuts is.

    Nooit weer daarna nie.

    Gebruik ook NOOIT daai Eco of Power buttons nie. My opinie?? Sommer stront wat onnodige geld kos en kan breek.
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    Battery bracket for 105 AH designed and ready to go to laser cutting

    The red is a WRND 20 A DC2DC charge.

    Blue is a 4 blade fuse box which will act as a DB for stuff in the engine bay spot lights etc...

    Orange is the 100A heavy duty fuse between the battery and the rest of the system.
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    Vanoggend by Time freight gaan oplaai.
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