Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Planning a get together (GTG), trip or competition?
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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by Tinus lotz » 16 Apr 2016 07:01

juice wrote:Juice will be there 3l partrol Friday and Saturday camp :blonde:
O yes now we are talking ......i can see us having great fun

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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by DEVOLSCHENK » 17 Apr 2016 14:49

Hi Guys, count me in.

Alex I just wanna say that you will be the only guy competing against yourself :rolling: :rolling:
:rolling:

Every event you ll have to decide ifit was the car or the engine that pulled it through.

Just kidding bud, but I had to

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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by Alex Roux » 17 Apr 2016 14:51

DEVOLSCHENK wrote:Hi Guys, count me in.

Alex I just wanna say that you will be the only guy competing against yourself :rolling: :rolling:
:rolling:

Every event you ll have to decide ifit was the car or the engine that pulled it through.

Just kidding bud, but I had to
Yes, sir :rolling:
That is the problem.

If I do well, the Yota guys will say it is the engine, and the Nissan guys will say it is the chassis & susp.
If I do badly, the Nissan guys will say it is the engine, and the Yota guys will say it is the chassis & susp.
Can't win.
Skilpad & Shortie

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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by JoshJ » 17 Apr 2016 16:13

According to statitics Toyota's are the best. So there is no pressure on the Nissan guys. They have nothing to loose.

They can just go and have fun. QQQ
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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by Stefan » 17 Apr 2016 16:49

Statistics are like bikinis; what they reveal is not as important as that which they hide. :wink:

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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by JoshJ » 17 Apr 2016 18:13

Stefan wrote:Statistics are like bikinis; what they reveal is not as important as that which they hide. :wink:

I agree Fully. Thats why I bought a 3.0 Patrol and not a 76 cruiser. Should have bought a landy TDV6 instead. But I am already married :lol: . Statistics are for boring people. With no initiative or free will. Main streamers. I live to beat the odds. It makes live a little more exciting.

But hey. Some live by statistics. And let it determine their every move. Cheers to them. QQQ
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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by offroadbiker » 18 Apr 2016 06:36

Patrol
1 Tinus (4.8) + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
2 Michael (4.2 D) + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
3 Dirk (4.2 D) + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
4 Wilkie (4.5)
5 PC (4.5 GQ)
6 David (4.5 GU) + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
7 Graham (4.5 GRX) + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
8 Alex (V8)
9 Juice (3.0 GU) + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
10 DEVOLSCHENK (4.2 D)

Cruiser
1. Werner Crouse
2. Christiaan and Magda van Vollenstee + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
3. Willie and Thelma de Jager + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
4. Tim and Tanya + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
5. Deon and Holly Nimb + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
6. Hanno, Marise and kids Riekert + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
7. Leon Plutsick + Camping (Friday and Saturday)
8. Jacobus Bothma + Camping (Saturday)
9. Anthony Forgey
10. Owen Heller
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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by Peter Connan » 19 Apr 2016 18:23

Alex Roux wrote:
Yes, sir :rolling:
That is the problem.

If I do well, the Yota guys will say it is the engine, and the Nissan guys will say it is the chassis & susp.
If I do badly, the Nissan guys will say it is the engine, and the Yota guys will say it is the chassis & susp.
Can't win.
I have the answer: Alex, you can be the impartial judge and recovery specialist.
If the Cruiser okes have somebody with a Nissan engine/gearbox/axles in his cruiser, there can be two impartial judges!

:rolling:
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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by Alex Roux » 19 Apr 2016 19:47

A cruiser with a TB48 maybe
Wonder if that has ever happened.

I would not mind, but Alex Fullard is probably best qualified for that job.
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Re: Patrol versus cruiser weekend 20 mei 2016 at moegatle

Post by Anthony Forgey » 21 Apr 2016 14:44

I have a friend who drives a 80 series Cruiser who is very interested. His name is Johan Olivier. Can you add him to the cruiser list please.
I will most likely drive with him.
I don't think he will stay over, but he will let me know. He asked me to send him the link to this thread so that he can read up on it.
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