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Re: DIY Swing Awning

Hello JG Jy is reg, 'n wind wat 'n huis kan omwaai sal verseker ook hierdie awning breek. Ek voel egter dat as die wind so waai dat hierdie awning in gevaar is, wil mens in elk geval lankal nie meer buite onder 'n awning sit nie, en omdat dit net twee minute vat om hom in te pak is dit moontlik om h...
by Peter Connan
15 Nov 2010 14:39
 
Forum: 21. DIY Projects
Topic: DIY Swing Awning
Replies: 26
Views: 4226

Re: Big Country bash plate

Gentlemen The bottom 1/3 of that plate is entirely unsupported, and that is exactly where I would expect it to need strength? While it looks great, in my opinion it is almost useless. If you guys give me till desember, I am sure I can come up with something better. And since I know what he paid, I c...
by Peter Connan
15 Nov 2010 14:26
 
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: Big Country bash plate
Replies: 37
Views: 2078

Re: Rear brake pistons for Safari [Lobo]

Hello Oom Mac Ek weet nie of die noe te laat is of toe net 'n strooispul was nie, maar briekdromme word ovaal as mens die brieke baie gebruik en hom dan parkeer met die handrem aan (ek weet ook nie of die Safari 'n aparte briek het vir die handrem soos die ouer Patrollies nie). Ek het daai probleem ...
by Peter Connan
15 Nov 2010 13:54
 
Forum: 12. Suspension, Steering & Brakes
Topic: Rear brake pistons for Safari [Lobo]
Replies: 15
Views: 884

Re: Clueless and in need of Technical Advice.

Hi Margo Philippines are better than I expected. Lots of Patrols here too, more than Cruisers. Have you managed to put a hose clamp on yet and has it made any difference to that rattle? (I only realised when I was half way home that I had cable ties in my toolbox and we could have made a plan right ...
by Peter Connan
10 Nov 2010 09:16
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Clueless and in need of Technical Advice.
Replies: 44
Views: 2574

Re: TD42 OWNERS QUESTION

Hello Pieter Once more I am opening my big yap without relevant experience. Firstly, I beleive that reducing oil temperature has little effect in reducing engine temperature, however it is still a good thing to do because in the type of situations we are talking about the oil temperature also tends ...
by Peter Connan
05 Nov 2010 13:46
 
Forum: 16. DIY Projects
Topic: TD42 OWNERS QUESTION
Replies: 55
Views: 9986

Re: 4x4 4 handicapped Kids - 28 Nov

Hello Margo From long experience, getting somebody else to drive your 'troll with you in it on a difficult track is the one thing that is guaranteed to make you never try it yourself. The way to do it is to watch a few other guys do it, and then to do it yourself, if necessary with an old hand in th...
by Peter Connan
05 Nov 2010 07:32
 
Forum: 29. Events
Topic: 4x4 4 handicapped Kids - 28 Nov
Replies: 18
Views: 953

Re: Is the Doctor in – Engine Temperature?

Hello JG, menere en Dame Weet iemand dalk van 'n manier om die waterkanale in die enjin skoon te maak sonder om hom uit en uitmekaar te moet maak nie? Toe ek my radiator laat skoonmaak het het hulle my gese dat iemand "stop leak" ingegooi het, en daar is blykbaar 'n kans dat dit van die ka...
by Peter Connan
04 Nov 2010 18:05
 
Forum: 09. Engines
Topic: Is the Doctor in – Engine Temperature?
Replies: 32
Views: 2281

Re: DIY Swing Awning

Hello Pieter

My roofrack is 'n Outback en is 2.2m lank. My pel Tinus het ook 'n kort dakrak op (Wind Cheetah) en ons het gedink ons sal Quick Release brackets kan opmaak, sodat hy hom maklik kan afhaal wanneer hy net rondry. Ek glo die boks is sterk genoeg om op 'n kort dakrak te werk.
Peter
by Peter Connan
02 Nov 2010 10:15
 
Forum: 21. DIY Projects
Topic: DIY Swing Awning
Replies: 26
Views: 4226

Re: DIY Swing Awning

Hello JG I will have a look see if I can find somebody who is prepared to do the sowing at a reasonable cost. The problem with fitting it upside-down are the mounting points, however it should not be too difficult to make a left-handed model. Alternatively perhaps I should make it basically without ...
by Peter Connan
02 Nov 2010 08:10
 
Forum: 21. DIY Projects
Topic: DIY Swing Awning
Replies: 26
Views: 4226

Re: DIY Swing Awning

Hello JG Because I weld about as well as the Ystervoel, I have used mostly mild steel. However the main cover box is aluminium, and upon reflection the lid should probably have been Stainless Steel rather than mild steel. Metalwork cost would be less than R1000, and my cloth cost me R450, excluding ...
by Peter Connan
01 Nov 2010 20:32
 
Forum: 21. DIY Projects
Topic: DIY Swing Awning
Replies: 26
Views: 4226
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