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  1. #21
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    u should be able to easily remove the starter yourself.
    then take it in for repairs,
    in the meantime park on a hill, run start
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    I know I promised you guys a pic ages ago.

    Still dont have any shots of it doing anything awesome but here it is, chilling out on its first camping trip (very girly camping, as you can see from the exquisite lawn...).

    Oh, and for all of you who replied to my questions on fuel consumption etc, the figure seems to be about 6.5km/l (15.4 l/100km) after the first few tanks.
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    can u drive fast in that van?
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    Nope.

    Don't think I will ever get another speeding fine

    I cruised at about 120 on my trip up to citrusdal, it just feels comfortable there (and i my head I can hear the fuel gurgling away when I go any faster).

    I dont think that the ridiculously big canopy, or suspension, or body lift help the situation.

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    Hi guys , so do any of you hav a more accurate figure for the B2600 as I'm going to checkout one tommorow selling for R25 not sure if I should take it . Haven't had much experience on these bakkies .

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