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Can anybody tell me how the little poles used for 4x4 competitions (like the old Bridgestone Challenge) are constructed, and whether or not there is a rule-of-thumb with regard to how many are needed to lay out a course/obstacle?

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Conduit man 20mm binne n 25mm een

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Conduit met in droper werk ook vra vir George die nissan club het
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