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- 12 Apr 2018 11:19
- Forum: 29. Events
- Topic: 29 March - 09 April 2018 Botswana Explorer's Route
- Replies: 83
- Views: 2889
Glad nie lekker om te lees van al die probleme nie, nog minder om dit fisies te ervaar.... Toe ek sien dat Tuffstuff Patrols moet gaan haal in Botswana, het ek afgelei dit was deel van die toer. Het vir Thinus ook gese dat ek dink wat se harde werk dit is om die stuur wiel in sand vas te hou sonder ...
Keep an eye out for snow reports on social media, they will let you know when there will be snow in Lesotho. I was there in July 2012 for a work trip, went up the Monday morning after people snowed in and got stuck on the passes: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/IpILOjTe4Nk" (I tried to embed the vide...
Ok, guilty to start off with, posting here is useless without a photo.... :imsorry: Seen two well equipped Patrol's lately in Rooihuiskraal, Centurion (I think both are 4.5's): - Last night there was a two tone green Y60 at the Sasol, Maraboe and Hofsanger in Rooihuiskraal; and - This morning around...
- 13 Mar 2018 10:16
- Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
- Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
- Replies: 31
- Views: 980
For over landing I would think a bull bar is necessary from a safety point of view, ie unexpected meetings with taxi's, cattle etc. Also for the reasons already mentioned re lifting points. I have seen on a forum where a road traveled, I think it was on Hunters Road in Botswana, was so muddy that th...
- 07 Mar 2018 12:27
- Forum: 20. Comms
- Topic: TWO-WAY RADIO CONSIDERATIONS FOR 4X4 DRIVERS
- Replies: 50
- Views: 18283
Range is dependent on many factors, but in general between two vehicles when the radios are both used in two vehicles you could expect about 1 - 1.5km, but by using two magnetic base antennas then we are looking at 5-6km, assuming level road with no obstacles in both cases. Fixed mobile radios woul...