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Sat Nov 19, 2011 6:54 pm

I finally managed to get myself a roof rack that I liked :yahoo: Although its black it is alu :thumbup:
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The next step is to make the rails and feet for the rack.i have a few ideas, but please can I get some input and please pretty please :beg: some close up pics of rails and feet on the IFS bakkies.
Calling Johannes i would really like some pics from you :sos:
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Sat Nov 19, 2011 7:37 pm

Nice George, like the braai grid :thumbup:

Ek weet Piet het ook sy eie voete gemaak, nie seker of dit oppi Forum is nie?

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Sat Nov 19, 2011 7:51 pm

Hier is iets, nie seker of dit sal help nie?

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Sat Nov 19, 2011 8:43 pm

OOOOMS wrote:Hier is iets, nie seker of dit sal help nie?

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pieter het nogal dieselfde idee as wat ek het
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Sun Nov 20, 2011 12:40 pm

George ek het die brackets gemaak, maar nooit opgesit nie.
Intussen het ek by Johannes gesien dat jou bakkie reeds gate het daarvoor. Jy moet net daai swart strip op die dak oplig en dan sal jy sien daar is gater en soos ek verstaand reeds met skroefdraad. Johannes vannie See het lank terug by Toyota die regte brackets gekoop en net daar vasgeboud, daardie brackets is eintlik amoer net soos 'n hoekyster met gate in. Jy sal dan daai strip net weerskante van die bracket moet sny voor jy dit kan terugsit.

Ek het dit nog nooit gedoen. Nadata ek 'n roofrack op die kappie gesit het, het die behoefte van roofrack op die kajuit vir eers verdwyn.
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pietpetoors wrote:George ek het die brackets gemaak, maar nooit opgesit nie.
Intussen het ek by Johannes gesien dat jou bakkie reeds gate het daarvoor. Jy moet net daai swart strip op die dak oplig en dan sal jy sien daar is gater en soos ek verstaand reeds met skroefdraad. Johannes vannie See het lank terug by Toyota die regte brackets gekoop en net daar vasgeboud, daardie brackets is eintlik amoer net soos 'n hoekyster met gate in. Jy sal dan daai strip net weerskante van die bracket moet sny voor jy dit kan terugsit.

Ek het dit nog nooit gedoen. Nadata ek 'n roofrack op die kappie gesit het, het die behoefte van roofrack op die kajuit vir eers verdwyn.
Ek het my "strips" afgehaal maar daar is nie enige gate in nie :problem:
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Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:24 pm

Dan sal ons Johannes vd S moet vra
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When frontrunner fitted my RR they had to drill the holes,there are two beams running from left to right inside the cab,they use those to attach the RR too.The RR weight actually rests on those two strenthning beams,5mm thick large round washers was then used.hope that helps :thumbup:
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Thunder02 wrote:When frontrunner fitted my RR they had to drill the holes,there are two beams running from left to right inside the cab,they use those to attach the RR too.The RR weight actually rests on those two strenthning beams,5mm thick large round washers was then used.hope that helps :thumbup:
Thanks Niel.looks like I will have to remove the lining to actually see what these beams look like, before i start planning the brackets
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Mon Nov 21, 2011 8:20 am

Here is the mounting already installed on my Hilux 2006. Don't know if it was factory installed or diy, bought it like that.
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Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:06 pm

Thanks.
I have decided to install the rails from Hannibal.After advice from Hoppy and Ciske :dance1:
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Thu Nov 24, 2011 5:01 pm

I got my rails and rack installed today. :dance1:
Excellent service from Hannibal :thumbup: They charged me R1000 for the rails and they made brackets for the rack and fitted everything :yahoo:
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Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:07 pm

nice man - moet se hulle het n goeie naam in die industrie

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