4x4 Recovery and DIY Equipment

What Recovery Equipment do you use.
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Ou vale1
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Mon Jan 23, 2012 4:57 pm

Came across this website with a wide range of recovery and fastening systems, some of which I have been looking for for a long time and had to make my own homemade contraptions because none of the 4x4 stores had what I were looking for. Maybe someone close to Strydompark can pop in and give use an idea of pricing (club discount :wink2: ), stock etc.

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Black Sam
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Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:05 pm

Baie interressant, moet bietjie pryse vergelyk :thumbup:
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chopper
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Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:40 pm

Hmmm...., netjiese goed daai :thumbup: Soortgelyk gesien by Elephant Lifting, wonder hoe vergelyk hulle pryse :thumbup:
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Ou vale1
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Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:52 pm

Ek sien hulle recovery quip is EN/SANS spec. Dis wat die ouens uitgevang het by verlede jaar by Rust te Winter. Ek hou van hulle vasmaak goodies, moes my McGivers sweis of bout en Namibie het omtrent alles losgeskud of gebreek. Ooooms se "Draadkar" spottery het my later laat oorweeg om alles met draad vas te maak, maar toe is daar nie meer draad nie want ons het die hele 2km om die diff versnipper en heinings is maar skaars in daai land :mocking:

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Blackadder
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Real Name: Thinus
ORRA Call Sign: X82
Location: Centurion

Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:00 pm

Daai ouens maak die Securetech produkte...baie goed sover ek kan aflei...

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Stef
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Tue Jan 24, 2012 8:20 am

Koos, ek het al van daai verstelbare rubber tie-down goed van hulle by ons Makro hier gesien, weet nie of die pryse beter is waneer jy direk koop nie.

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