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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Please add the H3 V8 to the Petrol team

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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Would love to attend but we have a beer club meeting and soft launch of the pub.
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Happy to slot the Prado into the petrol team as well. This is open for nomination. T&C apply (in short if there are more capable petrol vehicles in the group that want to carry the flag I am happy to spectate)
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Thanks for the petrol guys stepping up to the plate
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    I feel the pressure

    Put the FJ down for the petrol heads . The last outing in the riverbed I had the V8 200 with Viper zost, oh boy it was fun.

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    Default The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    So we have so far:
    A Prado
    A Hummer
    A FJ
    3.8 Paj
    80 series Cruiser

    All petrol and the petrol camp is full
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    I would love to volunteer mine just for the fun of the tests, but I dont think my engine would do petrol cars justice compared to what else is coming. Maybe if there isnt a 5th petrol car volunteer before the day.

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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    No Wranglers,?
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    You are on the bench
    And I might ask you to show us what is what in the river bed....
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Common.. where are all the Diesel boys..
    Let's at least show the petrol heads we not scared....
    I'm in with my Toyota Stallion GD6
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    BTW.. there is still lots camping space available..
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    The trip sounds like too much fun for a diesel.

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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    The diesel guys are pissies
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    I had to choose and it was always going to be the FJ, no doubt.
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Quote Originally Posted by DCTheron View Post


    I had to choose and it was always going to be the FJ, no doubt.
    But your Hilux won on the pan at Amam ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bex View Post
    But your Hilux won on the pan at Amam ?
    Yeah, but the river is different and also the rock drawling where the FJ is a clear winner
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bex View Post
    But your Hilux won on the pan at Amam ?
    The Pan-Am!!!
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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Jeep GC with iffy gearbox for Team Diesel.

    No difflocks or off-road modes or moffie knoppies.


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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

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    Dont take anything I say as actual advice or fact. I dont.

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    Default Re: The official Breakfast at Moegatle Trip (Part of the Gauteng breakfast schedule)

    Based on the enthusiasm of the two camps it appears the petrol guys definitely lean towards the "hold my beer" Darwin group, potentially explaining why you see many more diesel fo by fos on the road.
    Always take the slow road.
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