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    And Leeubok's Triton, driven by his lovely wife Vicky, carting the herd of offspring the venue.
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    And someone took a pic of The Blonde when she went back to the honeymoon suite to change clothes after the function. For some or other reason she chose the Paj to do this and didn't bother asking any of the 80 or so people at the function if they could perhaps take there.
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    I finally took the plunge and had a RTT and rails fitted. The tent is a Hannibal 1.4m.
    I was disappointed in the workmanship of the installation and their service. Several clips were broken and trimmings damaged during the installation (which involves dropping the roof lining). They also deformed the roof slightly from overtightening the new rails. The tent itself looks ok, but I will find out when I go camping (and if it rains).
    The tent is nice and spacious and I'm looking forward to using it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reflex View Post
    I finally took the plunge and had a RTT and rails fitted. The tent is a Hannibal 1.4m.
    I was disappointed in the workmanship of the installation and their service. Several clips were broken and trimmings damaged during the installation (which involves dropping the roof lining). They also deformed the roof slightly from overtightening the new rails. The tent itself looks ok, but I will find out when I go camping (and if it rains).
    The tent is nice and spacious and I'm looking forward to using it.
    And that exactly the reason why I mounted my RTT on the factory rails.
    This was exactly my fear when I wanted to mount the tent on my Everest on "backbone" type rails. I feel your pain.
    Trust you will enjoy the tent, at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reflex View Post
    I finally took the plunge and had a RTT and rails fitted. The tent is a Hannibal 1.4m.
    I was disappointed in the workmanship of the installation and their service. Several clips were broken and trimmings damaged during the installation (which involves dropping the roof lining). They also deformed the roof slightly from overtightening the new rails. The tent itself looks ok, but I will find out when I go camping (and if it rains).
    The tent is nice and spacious and I'm looking forward to using it.

    I also installed my roofrack and RTT. I was going with roofrails, but it was just going to be an extra point of failure with my cars roof design, so ended up mounting the roofrack directly to the roof/rollbars. Got to test out my RTT this weekend after our Berekah Adventure.
    Berekah Adventure Trail is one hell of a trail, I would imagine it's difficult to do in the dry, but we got caught in the rain like an hour into the trail. Ended up breaking something in my old lady as I lost drive to the front wheels. But, I'll be back to finish that trail! one day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonN View Post
    And that exactly the reason why I mounted my RTT on the factory rails.
    This was exactly my fear when I wanted to mount the tent on my Everest on "backbone" type rails. I feel your pain.
    Trust you will enjoy the tent, at least.
    If you have a new Everest I heard them saying you sign the risk if they deploy or destroy one of your airbags during installation.
    I think the standard rails will do ok under most circumstances, prolonged exposure to corrugated roads may lead to them failing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reflex View Post
    If you have a new Everest I heard them saying you sign the risk if they deploy or destroy one of your airbags during installation.
    I think the standard rails will do ok under most circumstances, prolonged exposure to corrugated roads may lead to them failing.
    Correct, new Everest. I have traveled some bad roads, and check all before and after. So far everything is holding up perfectly. I think the Thule bars has a better chance of dislodging from extremely bad corrugation than the rails being damaged, however I deal with the speed and tyre pressure to reduce the impact. So far I never had to tighten or adjust the bars.

    My type of travels do not justify the backbone system and risks involved removing the roof liner. My load on the rails is only 48kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd View Post
    Reach a short term milestone this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsu Fan View Post
    Just run in nicely now
    Yup.
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    Sadly, I had a similar experience with Hannibal. Very disappointing, although we’ve done some serious trips and the piece of mind that the RTT is and roof rack are secured strongly is reassuring.

    Would be nervous with just roof rails.
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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=H3E-JUB40bc

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    So after a few weeks of waiting I took delivery of my first 4x4 - a mitsu 2008 Triton D/C 3.2 Auto. 125000kms (of which 8km driven by me )

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    I am a complete noob to 4x4ing so when i mount the curb at home it will be my first real offroad experience with my own 4x4
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    Yes!
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    Hi guys I'm looking for pollen/cabin filters for 3.2 Triton... I know where it goes just need filter, where from and howmuch
    Also having aircon issues, just regassed still blowing hot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nad_isa View Post
    I am a complete noob to 4x4ing so when i mount the curb at home it will be my first real offroad experience with my own 4x4
    Congrats! You have a fine piece of machinery there. Now go get it dirty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nad_isa View Post
    So after a few weeks of waiting I took delivery of my first 4x4 - a mitsu 2008 Triton D/C 3.2 Auto. 125000kms (of which 8km driven by me )

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    I am a complete noob to 4x4ing so when i mount the curb at home it will be my first real offroad experience with my own 4x4
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