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    Did a 23 hour journey up to my mom's farm in Natal from Cape Town the night before the lockdown. Was not keen to be stuck in a an apartment on the 7th floor with a 21 month old baby boy. Looks like we may be here for a while

    Ran into a hardware store the morning before we left and managed to get 3 tins of Hammerite in the same colour. Better make it work. Took the bull bar, side steps and tow bar off Suzie (2004 KB 300 Isuzu) and slowly redoing them while busy with a host of other projects and baby sitting Stefan. He likes to assist.

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    We did new kitchen lights today.

    Sort of a simple farmhouse style thing, just 7 bulbs hanging from black wires wrapped around the "balke"........looks quite nice, something different I think.
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    Into the lighting thing this past week.......I lightened up our little bartjie in the house also, put a bulb behind that bok kop (made from paper), and just installed a single "naked"bulb , hanging from a swart electical wire.
    Compliments the 'feel" of the old wardrobe (where I keep the poison) and the old kitchen counter that now serves as a bar counter I think.
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    ........and my favourite Babe in the house, Betty Boop, looking also quite chuffed with the new developments.............
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    Did a 23 hour journey up to my mom's farm in Natal from Cape Town the night before the lockdown. Was not keen to be stuck in a an apartment on the 7th floor with a 21 month old baby boy. Looks like we may be here for a while

    Ran into a hardware store the morning before we left and managed to get 3 tins of Hammerite in the same colour. Better make it work. Took the bull bar, side steps and tow bar off Suzie (2004 KB 300 Isuzu) and slowly redoing them while busy with a host of other projects and baby sitting Stefan. He likes to assist.
    Nice to see he is wearing some ppe.But I dont see the steel capped safety boots.

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    I am busy converting my landy to a hybrid
    The PTO attachment is made from a modified center diff so that I can engage and disengage the electric motor.
    The plan is to use the electric motor in low range in town.
    I will charge the batteries with solar power and drive around for free if all goes well .
    It will also be able to charge the bateries via the same motor wile driving with the diesel engine, but it will have a influence on the fuel economy, but I am very curious by how much.
    The electric motor have a max torque of 136 N.m on 800 rpm

    Hope it work. I will keep you posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abrie von Wielligh View Post
    I am busy converting my landy to a hybrid
    The PTO attachment is made from a modified center diff so that I can engage and disengage the electric motor.
    The plan is to use the electric motor in low range in town.
    I will charge the batteries with solar power and drive around for free if all goes well .
    It will also be able to charge the bateries via the same motor wile driving with the diesel engine, but it will have a influence on the fuel economy, but I am very curious by how much.
    The electric motor have a max torque of 136 N.m on 800 rpm

    Hope it work. I will keep you posted.

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    start a new thread please
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    start a new thread please
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    Started playing with stuff in the “spares corner”.....
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    Basically a shorty with a 2,6 F type -my “tug” for moving toys around.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    start a new thread please
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    Started playing with stuff in the “spares corner”.....
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    Basically a shorty with a 2,6 F type -my “tug” for moving toys around.....
    Nice TUG, Nice petrol tank
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    That’s my “universal” tank for anything that runs on petrol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abrie von Wielligh View Post
    I am busy converting my landy to a hybrid
    The PTO attachment is made from a modified center diff so that I can engage and disengage the electric motor.
    The plan is to use the electric motor in low range in town.
    I will charge the batteries with solar power and drive around for free if all goes well .
    It will also be able to charge the bateries via the same motor wile driving with the diesel engine, but it will have a influence on the fuel economy, but I am very curious by how much.
    The electric motor have a max torque of 136 N.m on 800 rpm

    Hope it work. I will keep you posted.

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    your thread will be interesting to read. keep it coming.
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    Lock down as given me a decent amount of time to get to what I wanted to do to my Defender 90:

    VHF installed in centre console
    Bash Plate install
    Built brackets for high lift to fit to roof rack
    Built brackets for awning to fit to roof rack
    Installed 6x9's in the rear and flush installed the tweeters in front (enclosure still needs to be wrapped in interior carpet
    Removed the front "bosbreker"
    Installed Defender Puma jump seats (work in progress to get it as strong and neat as I like)

    After lock down:
    Built drawer system for my 90 that incorporated the seats and has space for my sub woofer.
    Dual battery system with monitor and connections
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    Busy giving my Lotus 7 replica a respray and clean-up. After its time on the racetrack and road use since 2001 it was time to get it looking good again. The body panels have been sprayed, now for all the fiberglass bits. Click image for larger version. 

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    I spent the past two weeks digging a trench, together with my son (he did about 80%), for water from the borehole to the first 5000 liter tank at the veggie garden. The total length is 70m and as you will see in the photos not a lot of rocks. It will also supply water to the kraal for the cattle (the few that I have) and for irrigation for the garden a bit later.

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    Installed sneeze guards at SWAMBO’s biz. Retail starts from Monday. No services though.




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    Installed sneeze guards at SWAMBO’s biz. Retail starts from Monday. No services though.



    Very spiffy, advertise.
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    Deel twee vir die lockdown. Nuwe veiligheids hek vir skuifdeur gemaak. Vandag skuifdeur se gat uitgebreek. En skuifdeur ingesit. Click image for larger version. 

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    Die Blond wil ons "sonkamer" ook oordoen........al die kids se ou prentjies wat hulle geteken het.

    En sy het so tipe "winch" fitting vandag gekoop by die staalplek, sy wil dit vir 'n fitting he op die lig.

    Sal more dit gou doen. Dink so.
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