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by ra_01
15 Jun 2018 14:31
Forum: 40. Equipment For Sale/Swap
Topic: Campmor 3x3 dome tent for sale
Replies: 1
Views: 745

Campmor 3x3 dome tent for sale

Hi

Selling my campmor done tent 3x3.
Price 3000
by ra_01
28 May 2018 08:51
Forum: 13b. Audio Systems
Topic: So I installed a full system in a Patrol - really nice
Replies: 18
Views: 2656

Re: So I installed a full system in a Patrol - really nice

Thanks Dave and Stefan the kit used was as follows: Pioneer AVH Z5050BT Receiver Connects2 CAM-22 Rear View Camera 1 Pair Journey 6.5" Silver component Speakers (Front doors) 1 Pair Journey 6.5" Green co-axial Speakers (Rear doors) 1 X Pioneer – TS-wx130a active Sub (under front seat) 1 X Journey B...
by ra_01
09 May 2018 13:28
Forum: 08. Your Patrol
Topic: Show us your GU
Replies: 125
Views: 19872

Re: Show us your GU

This is me in KTP and Highmoor.
by ra_01
16 Mar 2018 10:38
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

Re: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

Phillip, I had a TJM aluminum job on a particular car before my wife stuffed it up and then replaced it with a standard ARB job. The TJM was much lighter but not as strong. But it absorbed the impact and deformed and did not transfer the shock into the ladder frame. Not sure if an ally bulbar is be...
by ra_01
15 Mar 2018 12:36
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

Re: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

Also heavier and worse aerodynamics - Consumption worse. Also less power mass ratio - every bit counts when driving dunes. And the trandemark bullbars like ARB are super expensive. Around 25k for a new one on the facelift models. I consider it valuable in trail driving. Not only better approach ang...
by ra_01
15 Mar 2018 12:30
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

Re: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

Pieter B wrote:
13 Mar 2018 20:48
It's agreat place to sit on when posing for a picture during the River trip.....
Hi Pieter, that's an extremely expensive photograph (30K) :surprised:
by ra_01
15 Mar 2018 12:25
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

Re: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

offroadbiker wrote:
13 Mar 2018 11:58
If weight is your biggest concern, then if I remember correctly one of our Cape members had an Alu bulbar fitted. Better than standard and lighter than steel bull bar...
Sorry for the delayed response everyone.

This sounds promising. Will do some re-search on this. Do you mean Alloy bullbar?
by ra_01
13 Mar 2018 10:16
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

Re: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

Stefan wrote:
13 Mar 2018 09:12
There are people that can even fit a winch behind the standard bumper, if I'm not mistaken.
Thanks Stephan..Will keep this in mind.
by ra_01
13 Mar 2018 10:14
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

Re: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

SCUBA Patrol wrote:
13 Mar 2018 09:00

Also it does make your patrol look more intimidating!
True dat
by ra_01
13 Mar 2018 08:21
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding
Replies: 31
Views: 3973

BullBar..Is it really necessary for Overlanding

Hello All, As sub says; do I really need to replace the standard with a steel bullbar (ARB/TJM etc.). Car already has a descent approach/departure angle. I am trying to keep the vehicle as standard as possible and avoid any complications that may occur due to loading up of vehicle with these accesso...

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