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    Quote Originally Posted by HugoNotte View Post
    Someone with a short wheelbase vehicle with a great break over angle?
    My setup....
    I'm looking to do a 2 inch lif on it in the next year....after that...a winch will be added...

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    I am Group C >> Bog Standard Hilux DC 4x2 ..So ja I put a Canopy on >> Goes 95% of where my Defender went and I havent even used the rear Diff once in 6 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCTheron View Post
    Geen standaard offroader lyk “cool”
    DIRK!!!! You've SEEN my Amarok....
    Rob Kirk

    Amarok V6.
    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bex View Post
    I have the original everything on my car, changes in this order.

    1. OME suspension with 40-50mm lift
    2. Bashplate
    3. side steps to Rocksliders

    I still have my sidesteps on and they have a few small dings, and I am OK with that. Until I replace them they will show me where I was getting close.
    Isn't that the purpose of sidesteps?
    Rob Kirk

    Amarok V6.
    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Have an aftermarket front bumper, but still have your sidesteps on?
    I have

    But you have to future in clearance underneath the sidesteps. With the cruiser it is 500mm,haven’t managed to ding them yet.

    With my old TJ it was around 450mm and it did all sorts of trails with slight contacts but no dings.

    Granted the SWB helped a lot I am sure I will eventually mess up the ones on the cruiser
    Jean van Niekerk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal Hannes View Post
    Reenen as jy Groep b is dan is ek groep z.

    Lekker man so lank as wat jy hom geniet

    Een van die redes wat ek my Amarok verkoop het is dat ek gedink het hy kan nie off road nie. Ek was te bang met hom. Toe kom Ama newbie en hy ry orals waar ek in die Patrol ry met presies dieselfde Amarok as wat ek gehad het. ek Side steps en al.

    So solank as wat jy hom geniet wees enige groep!
    Thank you for the kind words, Hannes. I believe my vehicle is capable in the right hands (see 3Provinces), but (ad nauseum) it is a 10-year project so I am still a bit protective over it. I spent so much money buying it, and fitting it out, I don't have much spare cash to fix it if I break it...

    Just to be clear, I was in no way implying that MY hands were the capable ones...
    Last edited by Ama-newbie; 2021/05/14 at 06:30 PM.
    Rob Kirk

    Amarok V6.
    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

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    I replaced the factory bumper and nudge bars because I stuffed them up owing to not enough clearance and my own poor judgement.

    The running boards were already damaged so I left them in the interim as most of my overlanding is on sandy roads anyway.
    But an potential upcoming trip to Northern Namibia may push me to fit rocksliders.

    But then getting into the vehicle will be a challenge because I use the running boards to get in .....................
    Last edited by AndyT; 2021/05/14 at 06:11 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nys View Post
    Langs die see staan met n vistok in jou hand is nie off road nie
    En croozer ry maak jou nie 'n kenner nie
    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANDREAS View Post
    Phokit, is ek die enigste ou hier met 'n standaard 4x4? Kan julle ouens nie offroad nie?
    Nope. Ek ook.
    Vrywaring: Niks wat ek hier kwyt raak moet hoegenaamd as feite beskou word nie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal Hannes View Post
    Reenen as jy Groep b is dan is ek groep z.

    Lekker man so lank as wat jy hom geniet

    Een van die redes wat ek my Amarok verkoop het is dat ek gedink het hy kan nie off road nie. Ek was te bang met hom. Toe kom Ama newbie en hy ry orals waar ek in die Patrol ry met presies dieselfde Amarok as wat ek gehad het. ek Side steps en al.

    So solank as wat jy hom geniet wees enige groep!
    Die v9x is my vrou se daily, en my my sleep en naweek voertuig. Hy ry bitter baie grondpad, bitter min 4x4. Eknbeplan nie om met hom graad 4 obsticals te doen, maar as die nood druk, het hy al baie ge4x4.
    Ek is geensins n fan van offroad bumpers, maar na jou 2de of 3de bok, begin mens die nut sien.
    Die running boards/side steps is handig (voetig).
    Vrywaring: Niks wat ek hier kwyt raak moet hoegenaamd as feite beskou word nie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Nope. Ek ook.
    Myne is standaard, behalwe 17-duim "rims" en BFGs...
    Rob Kirk

    Amarok V6.
    Sym 200 scooter 2 x 1, CVT transmission, 4V OHC, 11.4 kW, 15NM
    0-60km/h in about 10s (downhill), Top speed - 100km/h (on a steeper downhill)
    Ground clearance : 125mm on 16-inch rims
    Tare : 134kg, GVM : 250kg (approx), GCM : 250kg (approx), Towing capacity : 0kg
    Best of all : 4L/100km, town driving and pinning it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Nope. Ek ook.
    Behalwe vir bumpers en sidesteps is myne nog standaard...ek ry baie oppie plaas rond deur gate en slote en ook oor klipperigheid...en ry meestal grond pad vir werk...droog of geflood....
    Last edited by John.oosthuizen95; 2021/05/14 at 06:52 PM.

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    Al wat kort is n snorkel en 2so
    Four wheels move the body,
    Landys move the soul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John.oosthuizen95 View Post
    Behalwe vir bumpers en sidesteps is myne nog standaard...ek ry baie oppie plaas rond deur gate en slote en ook oor klipperigheid...en ry meestal grond pad vir werk...droog of geflood....
    Vergeet om te sê ek het snorkel ook op...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCTheron View Post
    Geen standaard offroader lyk “cool”
    Lees hier Mandreas!!! Ek kyk solank vir jou vir swart rimme
    Willie Knoetze

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    My un modded 4x4

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    I drive a fire engine red Cruiser and tow an army inspired van.

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    My unmodded dailies.
    Maar ek is te ver vir dickks op blokke


    Vrywaring: Niks wat ek hier kwyt raak moet hoegenaamd as feite beskou word nie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Have an aftermarket front bumper, but still have your sidesteps on?
    Peanut butter and Potatoes comes to mind.

    Maybe post the topic on Petersons 4x4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Betts View Post
    I am Group C >> and I havent even used the rear Diff once in 6 years
    So you used the front one?
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    My un modded 4x4

    Come put your... on the block, with the next breakfast trip
    Ek hou baie van jou bakkie se kleur!
    Cheers
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    "When the wise man points at the moon, the imbecile examines the finger" - Confucius

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