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

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiaan Pot View Post
    Hi Uys

    Is daai weld met jou Pinnacle welder gedoen?

    Is jy tevrede met hom?
    Ja, dit is hy. Baie nice masjien.

    DIt het my n rukkie gevat om aan die gang te kom, maar nou loop hy soos stroop! Die gasless flux core was n gemors - dit spat woes en rook baie. Ek wou die welder in die asblik gooi met dit. Nou het 80%Co2/20% Ar en dit werk.


    Volgende sal ek skoon Ar kry en begin TIG.
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

    Then it it a chisel.

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    Die blerrie hek is meer effort as wat ek verwag het - en Eskom help nie.

    Ek is nou besig met die kleintjie wat binne-in gaan, maar ek soek n manier om te keer dat hy rattle - die DC sin rattle erg!

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    Everything is a hammer.
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Uys bou vir ons sulke bullbars vir on Hilux'e,ek like dit nogal.
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Done.

    Material: R3 000
    Labour: R1 158 487.59



    Damn this is a lot of work. When it was done I spent two more days on it.

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    Everything is a hammer.
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Netjies Uys. Christopher also build rails for his Hilux. He hope to be finished by tomorrow. Quite a mission. First he build a tube bender.
    Last edited by grips; 2020/05/01 at 05:59 AM.
    It is not what you buy its what you build.

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    Everything is a hammer.
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Netjies Uys.

    Waar eindig die ronde pyp agter die wiel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KobusDJ View Post
    Netjies Uys.

    Waar eindig die ronde pyp agter die wiel?
    Dis deel van die mounting - hy sit agter die wiel om hom darem bietjie beskerming te gee.



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

    Quote Originally Posted by Uys View Post
    Dis deel van die mounting - hy sit agter die wiel om hom darem bietjie beskerming te gee.
    Goeie idee.
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    Soos altyd.... Netjies Oom Uys
    It is not what you buy its what you build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    Soos altyd.... Netjies Oom Uys

    Dankie Oom!
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

    Then it it a chisel.

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    60mm lift on the nose.
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

    Then it it a chisel.

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

    Daar begin dit...
    Een van die dae kry jy 10km/L en he thy bumper en winch en al sulke lekker dinge op :-)
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Nee, nee nee!!

    Nee!

    Hy is nou klaar!




























    Behalwe dalk rock sliders, maar dan is ons klaar!
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

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    Nice

    Wat het jy ingesit?
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    2020 Toyota Hilux 2.4GD6 Extracab
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Quote Originally Posted by Uys View Post
    Nee, nee nee!!

    Nee!

    Hy is nou klaar!




























    Behalwe dalk rock sliders, maar dan is ons klaar!
    Uys met n bakkie sonder sliders... Nee pok Uys!!!
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    Default Re: The Hilux fred: Starting with a blank canvas

    Almost 2 years on, Is this installation still working for you? I am looking at doing the same.

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    Volgende instalasie: 2 Rigting radio

    I didn't want the radio in some place where it is visible and in the way, and the only place I could find was under my seat. The seat bottom plate had two holes in it which was 8mm and I needed 9mm to fit a rivnut. I drilled it, fitted the rivnuts and the radio bracket went in perfectly. I pulled the power supply cable through an existing conduit - a fish tape is your friend.


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    The white cable is a 1m extension with RJ45 plugs for the microphone. I bought one of these panel mounts plug which I will install in the dash somewhere to plug the mic in.

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    Next I have to get a new aerial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Uys met n bakkie sonder sliders... Nee pok Uys!!!

    Ai tog, kyk wat jy het my nou maak doen! Slimline, light duty rock sliders vir 4x2's


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    Everything is a hammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger.RSA View Post
    Almost 2 years on, Is this installation still working for you? I am looking at doing the same.
    Yip, working for me. You must just seriously think about the location of the plug.
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

    Then it it a chisel.

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    Die naweek het die Hilux weer mooi vir sy diesel gewerk.

    Nee, dis nie n ###### lift agter nie;

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    It is a tractor being loaded onto the trailer:
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    It looks bad, but that is only 3 tons.
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