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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

Welkom Zak!! :salute: :salute:

Ek hoop jy gaan gou 'n Patrol kan kry want dit sal dinge vir jou baie gemaklik maak.
by Herrie
18 Aug 2015 14:26
 
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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

Zak,

Patrols are very popular in the countries you are mentioning. Why not purchase one there rather than in SA? Nissan Zambia sells more Patrols in a month than Nissan SA! :surprised:
:mytwocents:
by SCUBA Patrol
19 Aug 2015 14:27
 
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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

The car is pretty clean and all the bells ect to keep it going strong its up for viewing in centurion
by Tinus lotz
26 Aug 2015 09:50
 
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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

Morning guys,

Tinus the budget is unfortunately only 150k. I saw that I can get better models for only 50k more but just cant get to that.

Thanks Wilkie, I wil have a chat with him. It will mean that I will have to sell my vehicles instead of trading them and I'm sure he will want way more than 150k.
A good mate of mine has a 30l that was complete rebiuld he needs money for some business and will buy a patrol again you can buy that one for 140k....
by Tinus lotz
26 Aug 2015 09:49
 
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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

That is way too high for a 2001. Retail is only about R100k
by Stefan
27 Aug 2015 08:37
 
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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

I drove past a second hand car dealer in Kempton Park and saw a good looking 3.0 litre diesel for R149 900 but it is a 2001 model. If you want to contact them the name is Rhokem no. 072 794 2436
by Carel
27 Aug 2015 07:39
 
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Re: Fuel consumption

Herrie should be able to tell you.
by Stefaansie
09 Mar 2016 15:54
 
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Re: Fuel consumption

It depends on a couple of factors.

Standard with no load and steady 110 to 120km/h it should be 5 to 6km/l

I have three of them fitted with 38 Weber and branch and hot cam. They can do up to 7km/l but the sound and power causes a heavy foot and it is always 5km/l. Two of them has 1.5 ton rigs bolted on and it can go as bad as 4.5km/l.

My early 84 model indicates 140km/h when the gps shows 120. The later models show 130km/h at a true 120.
All of them has 12.5x33x15 tyres.
by bogeyman
09 Mar 2016 16:28
 
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Re: Acquiring a Patrol workhorse for Africa

Nice man speak to dawid regarding spares he has plenty :thumbup:
by Tinus lotz
12 Mar 2016 13:35
 
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Re: Getting the Safari ready for Malawi

Hy lyk baie oulik en ek is baie bly daaroor!! :salute: :salute: :thumbup:

As jy terug is in Pretoria sal ek vir jou die Service Manual CD kan gee want ons behoort terug te wees in Kempton in Dinsdag middag.
by Herrie
13 Mar 2016 18:32
 
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Re: Getting the Safari ready for Malawi

As i said before go visit dawid in warmbaths you might find it all by him . Tires speak to barend at auto wiel centorion west . Pm me your no and i will send you contact details
by Tinus lotz
13 Mar 2016 11:06
 
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Re: Safari's - Oranje, Blanje, Blou

Al 3 van die Safari's lyk baie goed! :thumbup:
by Herrie
17 Jul 2017 18:53
 
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Re: Safari's - Oranje, Blanje, Blou

Hoe dan nou, Zak?

Ek dag jy bly by ons hier in goeie ou Mzansi?
by ChristoSlang
17 Jul 2017 19:32
 
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