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Are you looking for 4×4 recovery gear? Check out the latest recovery gear from our product directory
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Both a snatch strap and a kinetic rope are used for a so-called “kinetic” recovery. This is a recovery in which you use a bit of momentum from the front/ towing vehicle to “pop” the stuck vehicle out of whatever it’s stuck in. This technique is incredibly effective at retrieving stuck vehicles if used correctly; if not, it can be extremely dangerous!
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A Fortuner that combined the frugal and cost efficient 2.4 GD-6 engine with a 4×4 drivetrain was a model sorely lacking when the latest range was launched. Thankfully, Toyota South Africa has answered our prayers.
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JOIN US – TEN YEARS OF DUST, SWEAT AND GEARS: THE FUCHS ELEPHANT CHARGE 2017 – 13- 15 OCTOBER. ZAMBIA.
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Not to be confused with the F150-based Raptor as is sold in the US, the Ranger Raptor due to hit our market next year will be a performance version of Ford’s existing mid-size offering, the Ranger.
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LONG-TERMER: VPS Paint Protection. Our Mazda BT-50 is given the gift of a tough exterior, courtesy of VPS.
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The standard sump guards on most production vehicles aren’t up to much. Time to check out the Real McCoy from a variety of suppliers who want to keep you trucking when the going gets rough.
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COVER STORY: Zimbabwe birding safari. Great birding, tea plantations, empty parks and even quieter roads greet Steve Smith on his recent birding safari through eastern Zim in a kitted Amarok.
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“Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better.” (Albert Einstein)
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Somebody gets stuck; you take out the snatch strap, connect it to the stuck vehicle with a pair of rated steel bow shackles and complete the recovery. It’s the way it’s been done since the first Datsun 1300 was still proudly displayed on showroom floors.
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