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- 31 Dec 2018 07:23
- Forum: 24. Trip Reports
- Topic: Western Coast and Southern Namibia
- Replies: 13
- Views: 782
Hi Ian and thank you for the post, I really enjoyed having memories coming back. The trip report is well written and tons of great pictures too, just the kind of thing that makes my mouth water and feet itch. I even saw things I had missed on my own trip.
- 08 Dec 2018 17:54
- Forum: 19. Overlanding/Camping Equipment
- Topic: Camping power requirements
- Replies: 9
- Views: 451
As always Peter, a very interesting article including the facts you meticulously provide. I think that there are many variables to the equation, as you pointed out, and I can only submit my experience. In my travels through Africa I was very happy with my NL 40 twin and never experienced the freezer...
- 21 Nov 2018 18:17
- Forum: 24. Trip Reports
- Topic: Trip Report Kaokoland Part1
- Replies: 18
- Views: 1003
Thanks Steve for sharing your trip. Its these adventures that get our feet itching to head out again and am looking forward to Part 2. If possible though, could you include a map of your route? Upopa has changed so much since my last visit. The only thing there was a kiosk where you could sometimes ...
- 18 Nov 2018 16:31
- Forum: 36. Vehicles For Sale/Swap
- Topic: Patrols for Sale - Various sites
- Replies: 86
- Views: 12870
This looks like a good price. 2005 Patrol reduced to R120k. Its at Barrage Auto sales in Vereeniging
Hi Wietsche. Perhaps contact Rick Melville at email@example.com Its his name in that company and although I think he is no longer in partnership, he should be able to connect you with someone.
My first tires were muddies, Coopers, but they started to feather and I was told that they often do when a lot of use is on tar. I dont know if this is true or not. My next tires were BF all terrain and I was extremely pleased with them and found them to be better in sand. Often the treads of the mu...
Its been great to get a solid consensus on my experience, so thank you all. The chap who operated the Consult was very young, but then at my age everybody looks young he he, so perhaps it was a finger problem or just inexperience. Next time I get that stock question, has it been chipped, I will know...
Thanks Peter. Brian from Mad Man is going to send down a Boost gauge for the unit, when they arrive, and I will get the chap in Durban who does the installation to check it afterwards with his tester and report back on this post with the findings.
Hi Paul, what you say makes sense otherwise Chipping would prevent future diagnostics of every chipped Patrol. Its the first time I had ever been asked that question and so ran straight to the forum for answers. I still wonder though if the wiring in of the Mad Man would affect the connection to the...