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Re: Patrol built locally Y61

Nope. And it doesn't conform to the international standard either.

It starts with ADNC. A lot of the GQ's I have looked at have the same too...
by Peter Connan
24 May 2017 05:11
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Patrol built locally Y61
Replies: 18
Views: 190

Re: Patrol built locally Y61

Russ, i have bad news for you... The data plate in my car clearly says "Made in South Africa". Despite this, NSA keep telling me it's a grey import, the VIN is not on their system... I believe the GQ's were brought in CQD form and assembled locally. I have heard rumours that this was done ...
by Peter Connan
23 May 2017 18:34
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Patrol built locally Y61
Replies: 18
Views: 190

Re: Happy Birthday IanT

:birthday: Ian!
by Peter Connan
23 May 2017 05:03
 
Forum: 33. Happy Birthday!!!
Topic: Happy Birthday IanT
Replies: 19
Views: 78

Re: Patrol built locally Y61

It could be that the UN patrols are assembled here.

I frequently see truck-loads of them at fhe holding lots of the vehicle tramsport companies that seem to be quite common around here.
by Peter Connan
22 May 2017 18:32
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Patrol built locally Y61
Replies: 18
Views: 190

Re: Patrol Insurance

My insurance is nearly three times that, but includes specified accessories to a value greater than that of the car (which is enough to send most insurers running to the hiĺls) and recovery from SADC countries and medical repatriation...

I suspect it's time to down-vrade though.
by Peter Connan
22 May 2017 15:19
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Patrol Insurance
Replies: 18
Views: 210

Re: Bushwinch...

Also, while it is relatively easy to mount on steelies, it is much more difficult on mags.

I don't like those extended nuts shown in the picture. I think there is a high possibility of shearing off all your wheel studs. And then you really have your finger in a tight spot...
by Peter Connan
19 May 2017 05:06
 
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: Bushwinch...
Replies: 6
Views: 132

Re: Dewildt trail - some pics etc from the weekend

Between a 4.5 ( or 4.8 ) manual and a diesel manual over very rocky terrain is also quite evident as the diesel will less likely stall as it climbs over rocks which means less throttle feathering, where as on the petrol one can often hear the motor reving up and down as it climbs up and over the ob...
by Peter Connan
18 May 2017 06:02
 
Forum: 24. Trip Reports
Topic: Dewildt trail - some pics etc from the weekend
Replies: 19
Views: 354

Re: Sam says hi

Welcome Sam!
by Peter Connan
16 May 2017 05:01
 
Forum: 28. Introduce Yourself
Topic: Sam says hi
Replies: 22
Views: 249

Re: Dewildt trail - some pics etc from the weekend

And here lies the rub of automatic gearboxes in a 4x4.

Most of the time, they are great, but on bumpy terrain, they require a new level of throttle control!

But, the good news is, it will come with practice.
by Peter Connan
15 May 2017 17:31
 
Forum: 24. Trip Reports
Topic: Dewildt trail - some pics etc from the weekend
Replies: 19
Views: 354

Re: Does anybody know who this is?

Eish, dis nou slegte nuus!

Hoop almal herstel gou.
by Peter Connan
13 May 2017 09:34
 
Forum: 30. Campfire/Kampvuur
Topic: Does anybody know who this is?
Replies: 27
Views: 663
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