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    Quote Originally Posted by Wim77 View Post
    Yes, I drilled 2 small holes - one for each cable. The BH connector is attached with 2 small screws with nuts (2 more holes)
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    Same as mine. I like the neat minimal look.


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    One does not always have to do a technical trail to have a outing and to stretch the legs of your vehicle. Also don't have to drive very far...

    Recently drove Breedtsnek Pass. Basically a bad public road that makes for a interesting outing. Have a look at the video on Youtube:
    https://youtu.be/-s0TJ_IJg7w
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    Morning Bogaards,

    Nice thread you have and I see your SA4Wheeling on you-tube is also getting quite a lot of views.

    I note you have Goodyear Wrangler Adventure Tyres fitted to your vehicle. I have the same fitted. On my previous vehicle I had BF Goodridge and Coopers ST Max.

    Not sure if it is my imagination but it seems as if the GYR's don't like tyre pressures below two bar. Would you mind sharing your experience with the GYR's and what tyre pressures you use when driving off road and trails. Gravel, Rocks and Sand.

    Thank You and Regards,

    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric&Sonja View Post
    Morning Bogaards,

    Nice thread you have and I see your SA4Wheeling on you-tube is also getting quite a lot of views.

    I note you have Goodyear Wrangler Adventure Tyres fitted to your vehicle. I have the same fitted. On my previous vehicle I had BF Goodridge and Coopers ST Max.

    Not sure if it is my imagination but it seems as if the GYR's don't like tyre pressures below two bar. Would you mind sharing your experience with the GYR's and what tyre pressures you use when driving off road and trails. Gravel, Rocks and Sand.

    Thank You and Regards,

    Eric
    Hi Eric

    Yes, I have the GY Adventure tyres fitted (265/60/R18)

    Usually I am running them at 2.2 - 2.4 bar. On the road grip and experience is very good.

    Offroad I also cannot complain. Usually I use a pressure of 1.5 bar (rock and gravel). So far I have not any problems with them and offroad I am also very happy with them. They are softer than BFG, but looking at the mileage I know some of the BFG get out of them don't think I will be worse off. I should get around 80,000 from my set (I do use 5 tyre rotation).

    The lowest pressure I have used was 0.7 bar at Paradise 4x4 (sand). I did not have any problems at this pressure. As the side wall is not as thick as BFG etc the tyre flexes more.

    So, to answer in short I don't have any problems with pressure below 2 bar.

    I have also chose this tyre as I am doing tar road travel with them as well and used to do my daily driving with the Fortuner as well.

    Will I replace them with the same? I don't know - at this stage I don't have any reason why not to. The only place where I have found that BFG (KO2) did better was Mud as the thread did not get filled with that much mud. Have a look at my Kungwini video at the cross axles, you will see the vehicle slides sideways before it hits a bump and move forward. Guys with BFG did not have that slippage.

    Other thing with it being a lighter tyre I will get better fuel consumption vs BFG.

    Hope this answers your question?
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    Hi Bogaards,

    Thanks for your reply, appreciate.

    We did Tankwa Karoo and some other passes in March and not going below 1.8 bar. In the evening it looked as if the side walls had like bumps on them (separations) whilst the tyre was hot. once the tyres has cooled down these bumps disappeared. On the Explorer we had the previous Wrangler AT/SA and they coped very well with a pressure of 1.2. Just concerned they will let us down somewhere on a trail. Will try and do as many trails not too far from Gauteng as we can before our next long trip that in case they want to pack up they can do it close to home and not somewhere between nothing and nowhere.

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    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric&Sonja View Post
    Hi Bogaards,

    Thanks for your reply, appreciate.

    We did Tankwa Karoo and some other passes in March and not going below 1.8 bar. In the evening it looked as if the side walls had like bumps on them (separations) whilst the tyre was hot. once the tyres has cooled down these bumps disappeared. On the Explorer we had the previous Wrangler AT/SA and they coped very well with a pressure of 1.2. Just concerned they will let us down somewhere on a trail. Will try and do as many trails not too far from Gauteng as we can before our next long trip that in case they want to pack up they can do it close to home and not somewhere between nothing and nowhere.

    Regards,


    Eric
    No problem.

    I have not yet encountered anything like that. Have you taken pictures?

    I also tow a caravan with the AT/SA tyres on and they are also still good.
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    Recently did the De Wildt 4x4 Trail. Nothing serious and no problems for the Fortuner.

    Was amazed how easy it was going down Gert se Klip mostly on Engine braking. Never did it feel as if the engine will stall, even with heavy braking and not touching the clutch.

    Link to the video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=117V...ature=youtu.be
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    The Fortuner keeps on impressing me.

    Recently did the Berakah 4x4 trail

    https://youtu.be/gRy1yfB0440
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haggy4x4Bedinges View Post
    25 Mei 2016 gekoop sy loop nog soos n droom het n paar mods op maar niks te ernstig
    Nice looking vehicle - can I ask; what nudge bar is that? The "wings" add a little bit of protection without too much weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogaards View Post
    The Fortuner keeps on impressing me.

    Recently did the Berakah 4x4 trail

    https://youtu.be/gRy1yfB0440
    The 2.8 engine is a gem. Did a trip a few weeks ago with my sons 2.8GD6 Hilux. Were quite surprised with the fuel consumption. It turned out 11km/l .
    It is not what you buy its what you build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    The 2.8 engine is a gem. Did a trip a few weeks ago with my sons 2.8GD6 Hilux. Were quite surprised with the fuel consumption. It turned out 11km/l .
    Agree, I really like this engine. Can press the brake hard without the vehicle stalling. I am also getting around 11km/l
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudgrubber View Post
    Nice looking vehicle - can I ask; what nudge bar is that? The "wings" add a little bit of protection without too much weight.
    Mudgrubber its the wrap around nudge bar from errols tires
    I didnt want the normal one that toyota offer
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