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    Yes, I am looking for the back ones as well.

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    The rear ones are long, I had mine made for me at a place in Sunnyside PTA(chinese guys.) they only sell those things.

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    But I cant remember the name of the place now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostokkelos View Post
    But I cant remember the name of the place now.

    Think the chinaman is called commander

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    Kip that's it commander

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    Default Pajero sport rds navigation

    Hallo mitsubishi owners
    Would any one be intressted in navigation system in pajero sport?

    Please bring your pajero sport and ill provide you with Rds on your radio.

    I am in the process of starting pajero 4x4 trips to botswana,would anyone be intressted?

    Any parts issues please let me know.

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    Hi Andre, what tyres do you have fitted? It looks like the duellers H/T they come out with?

    If anyone has some advice, I urgently need to fit new tyres. I can get good prices on Bridgestone but can't decide whether I need to go AT or HT. how do they differ in handling and road noise?

    I don't want to get HT and then can't do any offroad at all, and when I do need to go offroad need a whole new set of AT.

    Problem is we really drive only Tarmac, but am planning a Moz and Nam trip in the next 2 years, then I will probably need the AT's?
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    Dieselfreak, if there is not a huge difference in price between the Bridgestone AT and HT then rather go the route of the AT's now. The Bridgestone AT's are not a very aggressive all terrain and I reckon you won't even notice a difference in terms of handling and noise etc.

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    J, and the AT is actually better in wet tar, I used both

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    Hey guys, I'm heading to Botswana and Zimbabwe next week.
    50 ppm fuel is going to be hard, if not impossible to find.
    Any suggestions? I've heard about additives you add every couple of tanks.

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    Why bother? My Sport has run for 95% of its life on 500ppm and it is one of the benefits of the 3.2 Mitsubishi motor that it can run on it.

    The only positive I noticed is an improvement on fuel consumption when putting in 50ppm.

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    I had heard that they run fine on higher sulfur diesel fuels, but then read about some or other valve that gets clogged with the higher sulfur fuel and that's why the recommendation to use this additive.

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    @Koppycat and Bostokkelos,

    Thanks guys, I went with the AT's... Drove to Durban today and was very happy with them.. Plus they look stacks better on the car than the HT's do!
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    Does anyone know if there is someone out there fitting aftermarket ISOFIX?
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    Hi Voges9, how much work goes into getting the PS RDS? How long does it take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pottie001 View Post
    I see that you have fitted windshields to your Sport, I have been searching all round to find some, but no success, please give me the name of the dealers you bought from, I want to contact them.

    Thanks
    Mine comes from Dubai....
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    Just joined the forum and pleased to see there are so many other Pajero Sport owners.
    I get to use mine quite a bit mostly in Lesotho, snow and mud and some pretty shocking roads. It is a 2009 model.
    My Modifications are:
    OME Suspension, ARB front bar, IPF Spots, Melville & Moon Seat covers, Dual Battery system, 2nd fuel tank, Front runner roof rack with spade, Gas bottle Jerry can holders, BFG AT tyres, Drawer system with fridge mount ( I removed jump seats and used brackets), Howling Moon Roof top tent and Awning, Snorkel, removable water tank.
    My question is has anyone fitted a front diff lock with much improvment in traction?
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    Welcome to the forum Shanee and may I just say that is an awesome looking Sport! I don't know of anyone with a front locker on a Sport but I don't believe the results will be any different on a Sport than it is on other vehicles.

    People who have fitted a locker on the front swear by them and the one vehicle I have driven with one was a Cruiser bakkie and with everything locked up that thing was unstoppable!

    For additional info check out these ozzie websites, there is lots of info on them:

    http://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/...splay.php?f=51
    http://www.newtriton.net/phpbb/

    A couple of questions if you don't mind? What long range tank did you fit and how many litres is it? How much difference did the OME suspension make to the vehicle?

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    Hi Jason
    Ill start looking into the front locker then..... since my driving just is not improving
    The xtra tank is Front runner and is 40 litres. Yes it does drop the spare wheel slightly but it it still not the lowest point on the vehicle and quite frankly despite driving some paths in Lesotho that seriously test I have not had a problem with it. The departure angle with a tow hitch has proved to be more of an issue. I gained about 45 mm with the OME upgrade so this compensates
    The OME.... I actually fitted it for on road driving as I hated the soft standard suspension. Especicially with a roof top tent and other weight for camping this has made a massive difference.
    I have also done quite a bit of mud and rock driving and the OME is great for this work. I dont regret having it at all. Driving to Eastern Cape and Lesotho destinations on fairly long dirt roads is much safer with the OME. Cornering at speed feels way better.
    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red-J View Post
    I had heard that they run fine on higher sulfur diesel fuels, but then read about some or other valve that gets clogged with the higher sulfur fuel and that's why the recommendation to use this additive.

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