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Re: recovery hook

Post by Tinus lotz » 06 Oct 2016 06:30

Ok sal somme vandag vir jou saambring as ons mekaar sien :thumbup:

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Re: recovery hook

Post by jonathan » 14 Oct 2016 08:06

Nou lyk hy so...
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Re: recovery hook

Post by iandvl » 14 Oct 2016 13:50

jonathan wrote:Nou lyk hy so...
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Thanks Tinus :thumbup:
Dit lyk goed. Kan nie wag om my bumper bou klaar te he sodat ek myne ook kan opsit. Tegnies kan ek hom nou opsit. Maar hy moet nog geverf word ens. :)

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Re: recovery hook

Post by Wilkie » 14 Oct 2016 21:28

iandvl wrote:
jonathan wrote:Nou lyk hy so...
Recovery loop.JPG
Thanks Tinus :thumbup:
Dit lyk goed. Kan nie wag om my bumper bou klaar te he sodat ek myne ook kan opsit. Tegnies kan ek hom nou opsit. Maar hy moet nog geverf word ens. :)
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Re: recovery hook

Post by iandvl » 15 Oct 2016 15:21

Wilkie wrote: stuur bietjie fotos van jou eind produk
Ek maak so. Daar is n ander thread daaroor, maar op hierdie stadium is dit nog work in progresss.... Het mooi gevorder vandag totdat my grinder se "sleutel" breek toe ek disks ruil. Maar sal tot more moet wag. Nêrens in Brits gaan ek nuwe sleutel nou kry nie.... :redface: :redface:

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Re: recovery hook

Post by Anthony Forgey » 18 Oct 2016 15:07

Turbonator, a few questions:

Will the hook you have bolt onto the factory hook location?

If so, then if its secured with 10.9 bolts will it handle a snatch recovery?

If yes to both, then I'd like one please.
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Re: recovery hook

Post by Tinus lotz » 18 Oct 2016 17:35

Yes it fits same place yes it can handle snatch recovery no you must use 8.8 bolts more harder bolts might be to brittle :mytwocents:
I will arrange more tomorrow :thumbup:
How many more guys want?

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Re: recovery hook

Post by Anthony Forgey » 18 Oct 2016 22:06

Tinus lotz wrote:Yes it fits same place yes it can handle snatch recovery no you must use 8.8 bolts more harder bolts might be to brittle :mytwocents:
I will arrange more tomorrow :thumbup:
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Re: recovery hook

Post by Herrie » 19 Oct 2016 07:11

Nissan told me that the standard one of the Patrol can take 10 tons for recovery!! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Re: recovery hook

Post by SJC » 19 Oct 2016 07:14

Herrie wrote:Nissan told me that the standard one of the Patrol can take 10 tons for recovery!! :thumbup: :thumbup:
Is 10t strong enough for snatching a 3t vehicle?
How much energy does a snatch strap generate in relation to weight of vehicle being recovered?

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