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by Peter Connan
10 Jan 2014 17:06
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Re: Unbreakable Patrol keeps breaking

David, download the manual anyway.

It is very very much more informative than any of the books on the market...
by Tinus lotz
06 Feb 2014 20:32
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Re: Manifold Wrap

I will get the no tomorrow and post
by Alex Roux
13 Feb 2014 08:27
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Hello Gorgeous Part II (overlanding my car)

ASPW’s dream of developing the ultimate two-person overlanding machine, resulted in the cruiser that can be seen on his video log below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riMTgFHr7GY The aim was to have a vehicle that requires only 5 minutes to set up camp. I am not that ambitious. 30 minutes to set up...
by IanT
18 Feb 2014 18:16
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Re: Deep Cycle Battery Safety

I have never heard of any problems, I have been running around Africa for 25 year with main batteries and aux batteries under the passenger seat in my landies and more recently behind the rear seats in the patrol and have never experienced any fumes ect. Cheers Ian
by Peter Connan
18 Feb 2014 19:19
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Re: Deep Cycle Battery Safety

Several cars have had their batteries installed in the passenger compartment over the years.

None of the ones i can think of have a particulalrly good record of safety though, although that's probably co-incedental... :biggrin:
by Tinus lotz
18 Feb 2014 21:34
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Re: Deep Cycle Battery Safety

dude we have discussed batteries on this and other forms a lot but let me give you my 2 cents deep cycle batteries are not the correct choice for what u want to do for the following reasons 1 it has limited amount of charge cycles available what this means is when u start your car and switch it off ...
by bogeyman
21 Apr 2016 17:04
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Re: Driving - & Spotlights

David, I got the led replacement lights from a fleamarket type shop opposite Kollonade Centre in Montana.They fit perfectly into the reflector where the halogen globes fit and even has a compatible plug. The exact focus point and lens compatability might be an issue. The dodgy source is a concern an...
by iandvl
30 Jun 2016 08:42
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Re: Trim Beading

Ian - Did Pro Auto Rubber have the clips? David, No - Pro Auto did not have the clips. I got the clips at a automotive paint place near Pro Auto Rubber. I cannot remember the name of the place. Will post it as well as part numbers and prices as soon as I get a chance to review the slips. I brought ...
by iandvl
30 Jun 2016 10:17
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Re: Trim Beading

Right. Part numbers and similar. Beading Trim, I purchased from Pro Auto Rubber in Pretoria. 328 Rebecca Street, Pretoria. 0123272757. Part number: PR178. Description: TRIMMING EDGE. Cost: R16.93 per metre. The pro auto beading (right) has a slightly different profile to the standard Patrol beading ...
by Tinus lotz
23 Jul 2016 14:41
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Re: Towbar

Dudes.....i was working on my rear bumper ...sorry it does fit we used one to modify johannes van die see se towbar that just comes from recovery point but only rated 500kg ....you might have to extend where the ball comes on but the rest is the same :mytwocents: