Swazi Stories

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  1. Mike Rose

    18 Apr 2020

    Fantastic project. And luv the passion in the txt. Who hasn’t ever thought of this sort of initiative. I hope there will be a video or better a mini series.

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  2. Jeffrey Parsons

    18 Apr 2020

    Like it Davie, will be following the progress very closely as I had the pleasure of driving, servicing and working on them as a transport NCO with the Bravo Coy Whakatane and assisting Tauranga HQ company (6th Battalion Hauraki). They are an awesome machine

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  3. phil

    18 Apr 2020

    hurry up with th next installment ya teasing bastard! haha

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  4. David Fowler

    18 Apr 2020

    Interesting story please keep me informed on progress

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  5. Dave Whale

    18 Apr 2020

    Davey, I have been reading, with interest, your RV from Hell journey. Looking forward to the next installment. Looking forward to the "open home" hehe. Regards, Sharky

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  6. Michael Guerin

    18 Apr 2020

    I drove those vehicles: TF 1984-96. We were told to select full diff lock when going through water but engines could stall when lightly loaded, e.g. driving through gravel river beds. Compressor could not replace air quickly enough and stalled the engine. Some people stopped using full diff lock in lowish water. Problem is: you have to pressurise hubs to keep water out. Army did not tell us. Lot of ATF fluid in hubs. Bigger tanks possibly?

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  7. Jay Bauman

    18 Apr 2020

    Great project. Sleep on the back of a mog a few times. Fell of them at speed even more! Bloody mobile contact drills!

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  8. Graham Boote

    19 Apr 2020

    I am intrigued by this story so far and would like to follow the progress of this project.

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  9. Nathan Callander

    19 Apr 2020

    Sounds like an awesome project to follow. Good luck.

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  10. joelle gragilla

    20 Apr 2020

    Love it - keep us posted. Have you considered turning it into an amphibian so you can use it in the sounds? J xx

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  11. Muzza

    24 Apr 2020

    Davey... have been watching to many Monster truck videos ... I’m so envious.. a go anywhere vehicle sounds the business Lad .. great blog

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