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by Peter Connan
17 Sep 2019 18:45
Forum: 30. Campfire/Kampvuur
Topic: My Patrol in a new Youtube series
Replies: 25
Views: 1515

Re: My Patrol in a new Youtube series

Ja man, much better!

And I think we need to organize a forum trip there post haste!
by Peter Connan
16 Sep 2019 19:27
Forum: 43. General Items/Services Wanted
Topic: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani
Replies: 130
Views: 34544

Re: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani

It looks as if the bracket allows some adjustment in angle, but of course there is no obvious reference on the body to set it up by. Sorry, not being much help here. But it sort-of sounds like you have probably already solved the problem, although it would probably be a bit "safer" if the front end ...
by Peter Connan
16 Sep 2019 18:20
Forum: 43. General Items/Services Wanted
Topic: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani
Replies: 130
Views: 34544

Re: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani

David, unfortunately I haven't spent any time under Sanis. In concept, it is possible. I would assume it would be possible to make it just as accurate as the system in the Y60/Y61, but that doesn't mean that the setup in the Sani is. I also think it could be affected more by momentum, again, this de...
by Peter Connan
16 Sep 2019 17:27
Forum: 43. General Items/Services Wanted
Topic: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani
Replies: 130
Views: 34544

Re: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani

Firstly, why do you feel that the fact that proportioning valves limit pressure means that they are not proportioning valves? What else would you limit to control proportioning? Surely pressure is EXACTLY what you want to proportion? I don't agree that proportioning valves are not necessary on all-d...
by Peter Connan
16 Sep 2019 05:03
Forum: 43. General Items/Services Wanted
Topic: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani
Replies: 130
Views: 34544

Re: Patrol/Safari bits for Sani

I very much doubt one can swop between sides. The setups are usually "handed". Not sure about the Safari, but on the Y60 and Y61 there is a brake proportioning valve bolted to the rear axle, with a spring link to the chassis. With a bit of careluf thought the linkage and mounting position can be rev...
by Peter Connan
15 Sep 2019 06:55
Forum: 08. Your Patrol
Topic: From Alex, To Alex
Replies: 24
Views: 1351

Re: From Alex, To Alex

Bly jy geniet hom!
by Peter Connan
14 Sep 2019 14:53
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Dirty Diesel (and Petrol)
Replies: 2
Views: 203

Re: Dirty Diesel (and Petrol)

Been thinking about this for the last day or so.

I am not sure the concept of coating a particle of rust in some lubricant is "good enough". for particles, i much prefer the concept of fitting a better/finer filter.

But I am not sure just fitting a better filter solves all the issues either...
by Peter Connan
13 Sep 2019 17:26
Forum: 14. Rims & Tyres
Topic: Bfg en Cooper tyres
Replies: 14
Views: 744

Re: Bfg en Cooper tyres

Stem saam. Ek koop ook nou goedkoper bande wat nie so lank hou nie.

Baie belukkig met my Dunlop marie-biscuit muddies.
by Peter Connan
12 Sep 2019 13:48
Forum: 14. Rims & Tyres
Topic: Bfg en Cooper tyres
Replies: 14
Views: 744

Re: Bfg en Cooper tyres

If anybody is giving a 10-year guarantee on tires they have made amazing strides in improving the compounds they are using. Conventional wisdom has it that tires should be replaced after 5 years of use or 7 years since manufacture, whichever comes first. In fact I am under the impression that this m...
by Peter Connan
10 Sep 2019 17:29
Forum: 19. Overlanding/Camping Equipment
Topic: Solar question....
Replies: 16
Views: 719

Re: Solar question....

Phone Ant. He will be able to tell you what you need. But I want to ask if it's really worth sticking solar panels permanently to the top of the tent. The solar will not work while you are driving, as the alternator will be providing more power. So for them to add anything, you have to park up in th...

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