Recovery Gear & Points

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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by G-MAN » 04 May 2013 09:25

Hi Jorrie hier is n prentjie van n Patrol recovery hook, die rooi een is n universal punt.
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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Jorrie » 04 May 2013 13:19

Dankie Gerhard.
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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by offroadbiker » 06 May 2013 07:57

Jorrie wrote:OK Dirk
Ek het nou die job gedoen. Jy hoefie meer spanners te swaai nie. :rolling: :rolling: :lol: :lol: :salute:
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Thank you, thank you very much :salute:
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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Stefan » 06 May 2013 08:57

Hier is 'n foto van G-Man se bracket agter op my wa. Die shackle is 'n 4.75T.

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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Jorrie » 06 May 2013 20:55

Stefan
Dankie, ek dink jou foto wys duidelik dat die OEM ''hook'' nie in die regte liga is nie.
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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Stefan » 07 May 2013 08:22

lol, ja, nie heeltemal nie.

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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Carel » 09 May 2013 13:02

Jorrie wrote:I stumbled upon and bought a second-hand copy of Glyn Demmer's book ''Off-Road Tactix - Tread with Respect'' today.
It makes for excellent and easy reading, and good education. Really worth the while. Picked it up for R20 in very good nick. Would be very useful in the Nissan 4x4 Club Training environment.
'n Hele paar jaar terug het ek aangesluit by Nissan se een of ander 4x4 organisasie en het 'n "Nissan 4x4 Manual" ontvang. Dit is in so 'n grys seil lêer en dan het daar kort-kort nuwe blaadjies uitgekom.
All of this was done by Mr Glyn Demmer Nissan's 4x4 Promotions Manager. I forgot about the book/folder until Jorrie mentioned that he got hold of it and then I had a look and found mine.
The folder consists of different sections, i.e. Environment; Preparation; Navigation; Obstacles; Camping; Fist aid; Survival; Repairs. A very useful booklet.
Ek neem aan myne is die oorspronklike van Glyn se boek of dit is dalk 'n opsomming.
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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Jorrie » 09 May 2013 17:48

Carel daardie vraag moet jy vir Glyn vra. Sover ek van hom verstaan het was daar drie uitgawes van sy boek.
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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Peter Connan » 14 May 2013 17:26

Mag ons ons kenniskry met lekkerkry aanhoukry.

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Re: Recovery Gear & Points

Post by Jorrie » 19 May 2013 16:39

My Troll's two front recovery points are now fitted.
Thanks Peter Connan.
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