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- 19 Jul 2019 05:49
- Forum: 43. General Items/Services Wanted
- Topic: Rear Coils wanted
- Replies: 0
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If anyone has some old heavy duty rear coils taking up space, please give me a shout. Mine started to collapse, I do have a second set of coils. Fronts work great but the rears are just to light and getting some nice propshaft vibrations. I don't mind Paying, I would just not like to fork out a lot ...
- 16 Jul 2019 12:18
- Forum: 12. Suspension, Steering & Brakes
- Topic: Am I being silly?
- Replies: 7
- Views: 198
From my current state of mind on the subject Coils are rarely the limit of flex because it travels more downward and limited by socks rather than upward limited by coil. This is concerning obstacles and slow driving. Driving on gravel road and hitting a bump or pothole one would be more in need of t...
Wow :coolphotos: Salt is not your friend.... :mop: That took a while to clean thereafter I'm sure! Big issues :doh: Since all those Toyotas couldn’t pull me out I had to try and break the suction with help from my clutch and by turning side to side. Little did I know the fine salt would be creeping...
- 05 Jul 2019 12:45
- Forum: 30. Campfire/Kampvuur
- Topic: Food for Thought: Patrol vs ....
- Replies: 7
- Views: 381
Well to be honest if I fit into a Defender I would have bought one...if I could have afforded a Land Cruiser I would have bought one. I thought I settled for a Patrol but soon realised it would have been the other way round. Since I have had a GU then sold it for a GQ, loved it, hated it, spannered ...
Most of the river there is big open sections and a trailer wouldn't be a problem. The issue is at the narrow rocky sections where we get out to guide. That is when manoeuvrability is necessary and a trailer will not work.
- 04 Jul 2019 15:11
- Forum: 36. Vehicles For Sale/Swap
- Topic: Patrols for Sale - Various sites
- Replies: 125
- Views: 20525