The spares box & Toolkit for my Hilux

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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:02 pm

I have been very priveliged to be able to travel lesotho 2 times from different routes. However it has alway been a single vehicle doing some mild offroading SOLO...... :shock: :shock: Thus as I bought my Hilux I decided to build up a relative complete breakdown kit/Spares box for my Hilux.

IT has taken me now just under 5 year to finally get almost the kit complete, thus my decision to post it here for some valuable input from your side...

Please bear in mind that when viewing the box and everything, my vehicle is as a rule of thumb considered to be the mechanical breakdown assistance vehicle and recovery vehicle of the convoy that is following me.

Ok so here goes the pictures and then a bit of a description of what is actually packed.
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In this kit you will notice some funny things, one being the Toyota Silicone. It is used to seal the sump of a 4Y motor. It carries also various bolts and nuts of different shapes and sizes up to towball attaching bolts and nuts. Spare relay's, globes, electrical connectors and wire, Poprivits, and the splitpins. SOme rubber cussions that came off the std suspension and washers ect. Hose clamps and OE manifold studs & nuts basically complete this partiucular little box that fits inside the ammo box.
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:13 pm

... and the spanners? where the spanners?

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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:15 pm

Patience my brother, BIG Patience!!!! Im working on it and the rest of the kit that travels with me........ :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:26 pm

And here is the tool set!!! Just for you Bretton!!!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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It is a standard mastercraft set that I bought from Makro on a sale and have to be honest, it has most of the things that I need to rebuild my Hilux front to back....
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:29 pm

Oh no, I haven't forgotten the fanbelts..................... :wink: :wink:

Here is the full set. Air con belt, power steering belt and water pump and alternator belts.......
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Power steering belt on the left, 2x Waterpump/alternator belts and on the right hand side in thre picture is the Aircon compressor belt.
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:35 pm

Here is the seal kit that includes the wheel bearing seal for the front wheel bearings........Some other seals came in a kit when I bought it a while ago when I redid the engine in the garage.

You will notice that there is OE downpipe and flange seals, as well as branch flange seals for the exhaust. Also there is 8 Valve stem seals that do travel with me....
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My Small Rachet set and the 12 Neon light for repairs on a vehicle at night or when working in badly lit places.
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The small set does help when working in tight spaces on other vehicles and also very usefull around the campsite.
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I do carry other things also with me on a permanent basis, ( ask Cassie or Bennie, :wink: ) in my black crate.

Here is some Silicone, radiator pipes, gum gum exhaust sealer, 2x H4 Headlight globes, My Multimeter, the Regular silicone, in the radiator pipes is all my cable ties, 2x Circlip pliers, OE Dizzy cap & leads with cover, Air filter, Thermostat, Radiator Cap, 4x Plugs, Hydraulic bleeder kit, Brake & CLutch Fluid, power steering fluid, a new tin of Q20, A 90 Degree Square with built in ruler, Small box full of different size fuses, Temp V-Belt repair kit ( red pipe in Photo's) My Repair Manual and lots of insulation tape.
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:59 pm

The last gaskets and an final view of the spares box packed and ready to go!!!!

The spare engine gaskets:
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and the last view of the Hi Lid ammo box before being closed for packing...
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So now Im ready to travel.......... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Great stuff Johan!! Now you can build up sets of these "Survival Kits" and sell them to members. All nicely packed in a handy ammo-crate... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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En hier sit ek en dink dat die Ou SFA's nooit breek nie....

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Kaspaas wrote:Great stuff Johan!! Now you can build up sets of these "Survival Kits" and sell them to members. All nicely packed in a handy ammo-crate... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
Thank you Thys!!!! I am actually busy getting all things in line to do these kind of preperations for expiditions as I have noticed to much things get taken with that never even gets looked at.... :wink: :thumbup:
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Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:07 pm

Johan

Jy moet maar een van daai Circlip tange aan my bemaak ek het nie eers ene nie :o :o

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BenHur wrote:Johan

Jy moet maar een van daai Circlip tange aan my bemaak ek het nie eers ene nie :o :o
Ja dis reg so Bennie, maar jy weet mos, ek ry altyd backup met alles is, so dan het jy nie ene nodig nie........... :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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JohanM wrote:Thank you Thys!!!! I am actually busy getting all things in line to do these kind of preperations for expiditions as I have noticed to much things get taken with that never even gets looked at.... :wink: :thumbup:
Now see Johan, I have a lot of stuffs that are needed but they are stored all over the show, deurmekaar en wyd verspreid... I dont really have a nice organised "kit". I must maybe just get my backside in gear and make a kit.. :shock: :twisted: :twisted:
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Kaspaas wrote:
JohanM wrote:Thank you Thys!!!! I am actually busy getting all things in line to do these kind of preperations for expiditions as I have noticed to much things get taken with that never even gets looked at.... :wink: :thumbup:
Now see Johan, I have a lot of stuffs that are needed but they are stored all over the show, deurmekaar en wyd verspreid... I dont really have a nice organised "kit". I must maybe just get my backside in gear and make a kit.. :shock: :twisted: :twisted:
Or you can pay my petrol to visit you guys and I will sort out all your stuff and the rest of the guys in Cape Town... :wink: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Nou sien jy nou!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Kaspaas wrote:Nou sien jy nou!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
Deal, so hoor bietjie wanneer gaan julle pas so in `n maand of twee se tyd, dan het julle mos genoeg tyd ook om geld bymekaar te maak om die petrol te sponsor............. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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JohanM wrote:Thank you Thys!!!! I am actually busy getting all things in line to do these kind of preperations for expiditions as I have noticed to much things get taken with that never even gets looked at.... :wink: :thumbup:
Now see Johan, I have a lot of stuffs that are needed but they are stored all over the show, deurmekaar en wyd verspreid... I dont really have a nice organised "kit". I must maybe just get my backside in gear and make a kit.. :shock: :twisted: :twisted:
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Kaspaas wrote:
JohanM wrote:Thank you Thys!!!! I am actually busy getting all things in line to do these kind of preperations for expiditions as I have noticed to much things get taken with that never even gets looked at.... :wink: :thumbup:
Now see Johan, I have a lot of stuffs that are needed but they are stored all over the show, deurmekaar en wyd verspreid... I dont really have a nice organised "kit". I must maybe just get my backside in gear and make a kit.. :shock: :twisted: :twisted:
Moet net nie daai ratte strip nie :shock:
Hulle is klaar gestrip, dus die wat hy so sukkel om in gear te kom......... :shock: :twisted:
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JohanM wrote:Deal, so hoor bietjie wanneer gaan julle pas so in `n maand of twee se tyd, dan het julle mos genoeg tyd ook om geld bymekaar te maak om die petrol te sponsor............. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
Petrol is nou so chiep ek ry sommer op en kom haal jou en vat jou weer na die tyd terug ook... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Here's my toolbox
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Dis ok reg so, maar solank ons net met Kaspaas `n draai by atlantis kan maak! :twisted:
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Ons skop sommer varkie se agterent in die duine met die BMW... :twisted: :twisted:
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Ek dink nie so nie,daai swart ding kan dan net 84km/h ry,te stadig vir die duine probeer weer
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Dis nog steeds omtrent so 83km/h vinniger as jou lelike groen bakkie... :twisted: :twisted:
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Ten minste is dit darem n TOYOTA nie n Blik Met Wiele
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Bosvark wrote:Ten minste is dit darem n TOYOTA nie n Blik Met Wiele
Korreksie:
Ten minste is dit darem n STADIGE TOYOTA nie n Blik Met Wiele
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stadig en betroubaar - engin kap nie gereeld oop met ander engins in nie,en body lift bonnet nie
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Wil julle 2 duifies nie maar 'n kamer kry nie :eh: :eh:

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YoH! Johan, that's a comprehensive kit! Anyone travelling with you must surely feel re-assured. (You could open a roadside spares shop on your next trip, :lol: :lol: ).
I normally just take along the basics like hose clamps, cable ties, puncture repair kit, mini compressor, spare oil / brake fluid / transmission oil, spark plugs, radiator sealant, fan belts etc and of course a decent lead lamp and a comprehensive tool kit incl. multi-tester and some wire + relays, along with hi-lift, hand winch, ropes, chain, d-shackles, spade, sand ladders .... hang on, ..... I'm not even through yet and I realise that I'm almost as bad as you, except for the valve stem oil seals. :lol: :lol:
No wonder we need roof carriers and trailers!! :mrgreen:
Seriously, I've hardly ever used any of this equipment! We should be looking at reducing the amount of *a* we carry around, .... maybe a plier and some blou-draad will do it. No wonder we achieve such poor fuel economy stats. The bloke that comes up with a breakdown kit that's something like the Swiss army knife is gonna make a fortune! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Mud Dog wrote:No wonder we need roof carriers and trailers!! :mrgreen:
Hi Andy,

To be honest I have never used a roofrack or a trailer for any trail or overlanding on my Hilux.... :thumbup: I tend to take only what is needed and load it in the back although it does become a heavy load. Now that dad joins me on trips with the Fortuner the load get shared more evenly and thus we are only 2 per vehicle travelling.
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If we do short trips, 300Km or less, I hardly take a thing with... maybe cable ties... cause the other hilux monkey's have got enough spares on them jointly to rebuild a SFA from scratch! :twisted:

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Bretton,

My SFA is the leading, recovery, breakdown and assistance vehicle when we travel, so I it is expected of me to carry all these things..... :thumbup: So i keep my box and tools with the recovery gear in the back om Hilux. Same with the hat and sunglasses, they are always in the car and ready to go at any time.... :D:
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What we don't do for fun ..... SHEEZ! We should have our heads read. :lol:
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Mud Dog wrote:What we don't do for fun ..... SHEEZ! We should have our heads read. :lol:
Its true, we all are needing a scan, because we all are very privileged to drive these magnificent vehicles...... :thumbup: :thumbup: :twisted:
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Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:08 pm

Hello Johann

Here are a few more items that you can consider to add to your list, if any questions why, please just ask.

Bearings for the jockey pully for your v-belts 4Y and 22R are different, the jockey wheel bearing will go before the v-belt.

Small Mirror
Small piece of magnet
Fence wire various sizes
Five arc welding rods 2mm mild steel
Selection of bolts and nuts, washes.
U-bolt front axle
U-bolt rear axle
Spare ignition key yours could break by mistake when you climb into your vehicle, you can knock it with your knee.
Pos and neg battery ternimal
Box of Q bond
Tire repair kit with extra plugs and glue.
Old clean rags tea-shirt works well or old underpants.
A second set of spanners Ampro are nice, nothing wrong with your existing set, but you need to have another set, that are thin and can allow you to get into places that the other set cannot and also you must be able to not moan when you have to ben or cut a spanner shorter with your hacksaw.
Two propshaft bolts and nuts
Pinion seal
Gear Oil.

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Tel: +27 82 551 9300
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Air cleaner element
Spare electric fuel pump and clamps and 4m of hose.
And most important a box of matches.
1992 Slightly Modified Hilux, 2008 VW Caddy panelvan work, 2010 Isuzu 2.5 td bakkie for work, a pair of big 'balloons' as well hanging at the rear of my Hilux

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Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:46 pm

Old clean rags tea-shirt works well or old underpants.
Geez Simon, hope you wash those first, :lol: or the old 4Y will really be spluttering and coughing! :twisted:
When your road comes to an end ...... you need a HILUX!.

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Wed Mar 11, 2009 12:18 am

Ry julle Hiluxe of Land Rovers :D:
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Wed Mar 11, 2009 6:54 am

jeesh, I feel so ill prepared travelling with just a cheap standard Game toolbox kit, couple of fuses. Compressor and headlamp standard issue for all anglers :D:

But pardon my ignorance here, I see you have some poprivets , but no poprivet gun :?:
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2003 Isuzu KB300 tdi LX D/C 4x4 (May 2015 - Feb 2016) aka Buraaq IV
2000 hilux DC 2.7 4x4 (Jul 2011 - Sep 2012) aka Buraaq III
1999 RXI 20v (Nov 2009 - Jul 2011) aka Quicksilver
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1997 corolla 160i GLE (Feb 2007 - Sep 2009) aka Green Goblin
1990 GLI twincam (still my fav rolla) (Oct 2005 - Mar 2007) aka Wit Blitz
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Wed Mar 11, 2009 6:59 am

dalkill wrote:jeesh, I feel so ill prepared travelling with just a cheap standard Game toolbox kit, couple of fuses. Compressor and headlamp standard issue for all anglers :D:

But pardon my ignorance here, I see you have some poprivets , but no poprivet gun :?:
No problem!! I actually forgot to show where the poprivet gun travels, however is travels with two 24/27 size combination spanners in a seperate pouch behaind the rear seat. :thumbup:

Riaan dit is nie nodwendig om my HIlux te fix nie, maar die Jeeps, LR's, Isuzu's, Frods, ect wat langs die pad staan..... :twisted: :twisted:
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Wed Mar 11, 2009 7:42 am

JohanM wrote:Riaan dit is nie nodwendig om my HIlux te fix nie, maar die Jeeps, LR's, Isuzu's, Frods, ect wat langs die pad staan..... :twisted: :twisted:
Ek stem nie saam met hierdie filosofie nie... hulle kan hulle eie spanners saamry.. en waar gaan jou petrolverbruik heen met die 2 ton spares op die bak?? :roll: :roll: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Wed Mar 11, 2009 7:45 am

Kaspaas wrote:
JohanM wrote:Riaan dit is nie nodwendig om my HIlux te fix nie, maar die Jeeps, LR's, Isuzu's, Frods, ect wat langs die pad staan..... :twisted: :twisted:
Ek stem nie saam met hierdie filosofie nie... hulle kan hulle eie spanners saamry.. en waar gaan jou petrolverbruik heen met die 2 ton spares op die bak?? :roll: :roll: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
Daar is al groot geld betaal om nie fotos te neem en dit te plaas nie asook net om hulle te help.... :twisted: :twisted:
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Wed Mar 11, 2009 7:48 am

JohanM wrote:Daar is al groot geld betaal om nie fotos te neem en dit te plaas nie asook net om hulle te help.... :twisted: :twisted:
Om fotos te neem het jy net 'n kamera nodig nie al die spares nie... Jy kan nog steeds help.. met hulle spanners.. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Kaspaas wrote:Om fotos te neem het jy net 'n kamera nodig nie al die spares nie... Jy kan nog steeds help.. met hulle spanners.. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
Thys ek hoor jou, maar ek het alles geweeg en dit weeg maar net so 40kg in totaal. :thumbup: :thumbup: In elkgeval my hilux is die voor ry kar as ons op vakansie gaan en ek is die AA on tour...Nie dat die Hilux of die Fortuner dit nodig het nie, maar ek is altyd voorbereid, en geniet die gemoedsrus daarvan. :thumbup: :wink:
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Wed Mar 11, 2009 8:40 am

Jy kan eerder 40kg se ekstra bier/kos/water/petrol saamry as tools vir ander mense. Vra jy AA subskripsie? :twisted: :twisted:
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Kaspaas wrote:Jy kan eerder 40kg se ekstra bier/kos/water/petrol saamry as tools vir ander mense.
Ja maar ek is darem nie te swaar self nie, so 40Kg ekstra sal nie saak maak nie..... :twisted: :twisted:
Vra jy AA subskripsie? :twisted: :twisted:
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Ja natuurlik, hoe dink jy betaal ek my petrol......... :lol:
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JohanM wrote:Ja maar ek is darem nie te swaar self nie, so 40Kg ekstra sal nie saak maak nie..... :twisted: :twisted:
Se jy ek is VET? :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Kaspaas wrote:
JohanM wrote:Ja maar ek is darem nie te swaar self nie, so 40Kg ekstra sal nie saak maak nie..... :twisted: :twisted:
Se jy ek is VET? :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
Nee glad nie, :oops: ek kan net nie 40kg se bier drink nie, :shock: ek drink eerder Whisky en water.......... :twisted: :twisted:
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40kg se whisky en water kan jou ver vat... :roll: :twisted: :twisted:
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Kaspaas wrote:40kg se whisky en water kan jou ver vat... :roll: :twisted: :twisted:
Jy sien, dis hoekom ek dit saam ry want dan hoef ek nie water saam te ry nie, dan is die whisky net so +/- 7kg..... :twisted: :twisted:
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Tue Mar 31, 2009 1:02 pm

Gelukkig sit ek 'n Ford in my toya. Ek het net 'n tang, stuk draad en blikkie olie nodig. Dan het ek darem nog baaaaiie pakplek oor vir ander dinge. :angel:

Very nice and complete :thumbup:
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bduk wrote:Gelukkig sit ek 'n Ford in my toya. Ek het net 'n tang, stuk draad en blikkie olie nodig. Dan het ek darem nog baaaaiie pakplek oor vir ander dinge. :angel:

Very nice and complete :thumbup:
Moenie die hammer en towstrap vergeet nie, anders gaan jy probleme optel! :shock: :twisted: :wink:
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Tue Mar 31, 2009 6:22 pm

Scorpion wrote: Moenie die hammer en towstrap vergeet nie, anders gaan jy probleme optel! :shock: :twisted: :wink:

I've added a spare HP Fuel Pomp to my spares box :Geek:

I think it's a priority item mos :Geek:

beats wet towels hey Scorps :twisted:

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Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:44 am

Eish I have some purchasing to do...
Are we there yet?

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Dadz Toy BFI wrote:
Scorpion wrote: Moenie die hammer en towstrap vergeet nie, anders gaan jy probleme optel! :shock: :twisted: :wink:

I've added a spare HP Fuel Pomp to my spares box :Geek:

I think it's a priority item mos :Geek:

beats wet towels hey Scorps :twisted:
Yup, but wet towels work in an emergency! I'm currently looking for prices on a 10bar Aeromotive pump and then I'll use my current 6bar Bosch for a spare. :shock:
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Thu Jul 02, 2009 10:38 pm

Ry julle Hiluxe of Land Rovers was asked my TOY BOX anyway mate we love to help our friends out when their vehicle's break down and to carry all these items is so much cheaper than having to tow your vehicle behind a Landrover from the middle of Africa.

Driving a Hilux is similar to getting married, you never know what to expect, no matter how good a condition you think your Hilux is in, you might fill up with fuel somewhere and there is water in the fuel, then what?

Rather be prepared than look like a fool standing alongside the road with the problem.
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Tue Jul 14, 2009 3:28 pm

I was proud of my spares box until my 2 boxers got hold of it last night. They destroyed a set of ignition coils. :thumbdown: Needless to say, I hammered the doggy door shut! :thumbup:

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Tue Jul 14, 2009 4:42 pm

Baie nice kit! Net nog n gedagte. Vir langer trips in Afrika in veral as jy weet daar gaan baie water of reen wees, soos bv. nader aan die ewenaar, neem maar n ekstra alternator saam. Ek koop gewoonlik een by die plaaslike Toyota agent met die verstandhouding as ek hom ongebruik in sy boks terugbring hulle weer my geld terug gee. Jy ry somtyds ure lank in oorvloede modderpaaie, diepslaggate vol water en stort reen.... Eskom hou nie van water nie. Jou voertuig kan sonder baie klaarkom maar as daai ding lol.....ai nie eens om te dink aan die vleis en warem drinkgoed in die yskas nie.
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Mon Aug 31, 2009 9:06 pm

Hel. Miskien moet ek ook 'n spanner in my bakkie sit. Het Kaap toe gery sonder spares of spanners en die Karoo aangedurf sonder spaar wiele. Moet se die spanners kon gehelp het met die land rover wat gebreek het en die spaarwiel so gehelp het met die spaar wiele. Almal vir my gelag en ek het die spares en wiele gaan haal vir die landy en cruiser na die cruiser 5 pap wiele gekry het.
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