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by Russ Kellermann
23 Aug 2019 07:00
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Re: Sam Eyles (youtube patroller)

I follow him but i gotta be honest i can't stand his style of over-the-top presentation, thinks the sun shines out his ass. Anyway, i just watch it for the Patrols :biggrin: full disclaimer... he is very knowledgable on mechanics and electrics, no doubt about that. He's an electrical engineer by tra...
by Russ Kellermann
06 Sep 2019 09:11
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Re: Maintenance Notification

Thank you for looking after us, appreciated by all who use this platform. Often the behind-the-scenes work goes unacknowledged. :clap: :thumbup:
by Russ Kellermann
19 Sep 2019 13:45
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Re: Interior roof cargo net

I've had a cargo net in my Patrol Pickup canopy for the last 11 years. Works incredibly well for my purposes. I use it for stowing my surfboard, wetsuits, clothing etc, or keeping anything i want off the floor and undamaged (ie: cardboard, delicate art pieces for work etc), and high up above my Labr...
by Russ Kellermann
21 Oct 2019 10:23
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Re: Patrol porn......

I don't want to live in a world without live axles.
by Russ Kellermann
18 Nov 2019 21:49
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Re: Gu Y61 gull wings

This is sounding fantastic. Well done on the R+D so far Guys. not easy. Things that i, as a user, would be interested in (and open to counter arguments of course) are: - void/aperture to be as large as possible (Ie; Frame to rob as little space as possible from the opening) - Single lock/latch, Pref...
by Russ Kellermann
23 Nov 2015 19:45
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Re: My Temporary Trol - 1998 4500i

Petri, over the years ive read many hundreds of your posts on the LC forum and enjoyed your insight and comments, as i know you have driven more 4x4's than most of us in this country. I was pleasantly surprised to read of your current enjoyment of the Patrol and even more pleasantly surprised to see...
by Russ Kellermann
26 Jan 2020 13:35
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Re: Browne Davis Long Range Fuel Tanks

Brown Davis know what they doing, and have developed and honed their products over decades of R+D, as well as worked in the confines of the ADR. I would buy amy of their products unsighted. Over the years i've read 100's of sad stories surrounding locally manufactured tanks. Not lekker. What are we ...
by Russ Kellermann
20 Sep 2020 09:31
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Re: 2007 GU Pickup Rear Leaf-spring Shocks

Take them back to Super quick and get your money back. Cant run them inverted like that. I've run TJM/XGS gold edition shocks in my Pickup for years and had extremely good service from them, still fully gassed and working well after years of hard use. But, moving on, i would now order Bilstein shock...
by Russ Kellermann
02 Oct 2020 08:34
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Re: Spare tire on roof rack

Disco Rim/Tyre combo may be considerably lighter than that of typical patrol rim/tyre , perhaps thats why it worked so well on the disco. In regard to rear door shaking/squeak, it is improved radically with rear wheel off. However, roof mount is terrible. Weight up top, and trying to get it up or do...
by Russ Kellermann
10 Sep 2020 17:44
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Re: Winch service

Winch Service easy to do yourself. Very simple in design. But, your biggest hurdle will be availability and supply of service kits/parts. If it's a WARN winch, you in big kak. Expect long waits for parts, 3 months or more sometimes. Warn SA is pathetic. will sell you a Flagship model , being the rol...