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What Recovery Equipment do you use.
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High Range 4WD
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Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:43 pm

Dis nie 'n grap nie - dit kan werk!" onclick=";return false;
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Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:59 pm

Goeie plan daai! Redelik maklik om te bou / maak :thumbup:
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Vehicle: '90 SFA Hilux DC 4X4, Full OME, 110mm lift. Brospeed branch, 50mm ss freeflow exhaust. 30 x 9.5 Discoverer S/T's on Viper mags. L/R tank. (AWOL) '98 LTD 2.4 SFA, dual battery system. Dobinson suspension, LR tanks, 31" BF mud's.
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Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:05 pm

It definitely will work. The problem comes in that it doesn't always stay in perfect position, especially when the weight is on the spar. It tends to slide through and that's where you damage your fenders. You can also damage your rims a little. Snow chains / chain ladders are a much better idea and are extremely effective. ;-)
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