Warn M8000 Winches

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jacques kotze
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Sat Dec 03, 2011 3:23 am

Dag maats,
Ek sien in die Desember uitgawe van die SA4x4 boek op bladsy 114 adverteer Northernauto Warn M8000 12v winches vanaf R5999. Sien hy adverteer ook Tabor, Come-up en EWX. Morne van der Berg 083 400 2495. northernauto@limpopo.co.za. Ek weet glad nie wie dit is nie, het nog nooit met die persoon besigheid gedoen nie. Dit lyk maar net vir my na n goeie prys en gedag ek laat weet julle maar net.

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Sat Dec 03, 2011 3:51 am

Goeie prys Jacques, ..... maar waarom is jy nog wakker teen die tyd van die oggend! :D:
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Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:03 am

Jacque, dankie. Dit is beslis 'n goeie prys :thumbup:

Dis nou interessant, het al met hulle besigheid gedoen (ruk terug), en geen probleem gehad nie :thumbup:

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Sat Dec 03, 2011 9:08 am

Verseker 'n goeie prys.
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Sat Dec 03, 2011 9:55 am

Ek het 'n Warn8000. Wil net so sê laas naweek by die Melkbos f/day het 'n ou wat seker vir "Warn werk", 'n Warn handboek vir my gegee. in die boek sê hulle die Warn8000 is seker een van die gewildste....4x4 winch.

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Sat Dec 03, 2011 9:57 am

Mud Dog wrote:Goeie prys Jacques, ..... maar waarom is jy nog wakker teen die tyd van die oggend! :D:
Ek het nog kwotasies gedoen en bietjie "kantoor" werk gedoen, en toe onthou ek van die advertensie wat ek vroeer raak gelees het en
toe post ek maar :D: :D: Waarom was Oom nog wakker die tyd van die oggend?? :D: :D: :D:

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Sat Dec 03, 2011 3:08 pm

jacques kotze wrote:
Mud Dog wrote:Goeie prys Jacques, ..... maar waarom is jy nog wakker teen die tyd van die oggend! :D:
Ek het nog kwotasies gedoen en bietjie "kantoor" werk gedoen, en toe onthou ek van die advertensie wat ek vroeer raak gelees het en
toe post ek maar :D: :D: Waarom was Oom nog wakker die tyd van die oggend?? :D: :D: :D:
Vir een of ander rede teen daai tyd opgestaan, maar later weer by die bed ingekruip en nog bietjie verder geslaap. :lol: ;-)
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