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    There’s no point in driving around with your roofrack/ rooftop tent if you’re not on holiday. Save fuel (and wear & tear) by installing a Fredlin hoist. This proudly South African product solves the problem of where to store your roofrack/ rooftop tent, canopy, or even a sports car hardtop: up and out of the way! The Fredlin hoist fastens securely to your garage roof or carport, is easily installed and can be operated by one person.

    TO ENTER

    One Fredlin hoist will be given away every month to the lucky reader featured in Me & My 4×4. Simply send a photograph – 1 MB or larger – and the answers to the categories shown below, to editor@sa4x4.co.za. Vehicle and driver must be featured together in an off-road setting. (No driveway shots, please.)

    THE CATEGORIES

    Fill in the categories below (feel free to add more detail) when you submit a high-resolution photograph of you and your 4×4 rig.

    Your name:

    Vehicle brand, type and year model:

    Your occupation:

    Vehicle modifications:

    Future modifications:

    Previous vehicles:

    Dream vehicle:

    Most memorable trip/s:

    Planned trip/s:

    I never leave home without:

    Where was this image taken? [Tell us more about the picture you have submitted]

     

    COMPETITION RULES

    The decision as to which entries are featured rests solely with SA4x4; no correspondence will be entered into on this issue. Should Fredlin retract their sponsorship, SA4x4 reserves the right to publish any entries received without awarding any prize.

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by David Kimberleyadmin.
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    Natie
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    This was at a recent 4×4 day at Sandwani north of Pretoria. The picture shows the enormous  campfire “licking the clouds” as the sun set over the South Africa bushveld.

     

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    Andre Ensil
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    Name: Andre Ensil

    Vehicle: 2015 Jeep Rubicon

    Occupation: Physiotherapist

    Vehicle modifications:

    – snorkel

    – raises bumpers

    – Fox raised suspension

    – cooper offroad tyres on 17″ XD wheels

    – WARN winch by Angri Jeep

    – hi-lift jack

     

    (Not in pic):

    – Front Runner full roof roof rack (with bottle opener)

    – howling moon rooftop tent

    – howling moon side awning with side walls

    – front runner fold down table on inside of back door.

    – cadac 2 plate stove.

     

    Future modifications:

    – Runner boards

    – Jerry cans

    – solar panels

    – camping fridge/freezer

    – water tank.

     

    Previous Vehicles: Ford Everest limited

    Dream Vehicle: Jeep Rubicon

     

    Most memorable trip: kitting this Vehicle to start making memories. Only have it for 3 weeks now. Have done some offroading obstacle courses so far.

     

    Planned trips: Tofino Beach in Mozambique.

    Zambia trip via Namibia, Victoria Falls, Chipata, malawi, Mozambique, Johannesburg, cape town.

     

    I never leave home without:

    Leatherman wave

    My sense of adventure.

    Where was this picture taken: Melkbos 4×4. Hard top removed. Soft top down. Because I don’t have the jeep that long I don’t have many pics of me in it… I’m normally driving. Lol
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    Leoni Mare
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    Leoni Mare
    Vehicle : VW AMORAK 2 LITRE TDI D/C
    Occupation: Semi-retired
    Vehicle modifications:
    Changed exhaust system to 76mm
    Deleted catalytical converter and remapped
    Pirelli Scorpion All terrain plus tyres
    Runner boards

    Accessories :

    Alucab Gen III Rooftop tent
    Alucab shower awning
    Alucab Shadow Awning
    Alucab table in canopy roof
    LEDFLY Canopy
    LEDFLY kitchen
    Hot water geyser system
    Big Country drawer system
    2 x solar panels on rooftop tent
    70 litre water tank
    Drop down fridge slider
    Replaced Alucab ladder with telescopic ladder
    National lunar fridge

    Future modifications : if there
    Something else we’ve missed we will install !

    Previous vehicles :
    Isuzu LDV 250
    Colt 2.8 TD

    Dream vehicle : Toyota Landcruiser or Toyota Legend 50

    Most memorable trip : Namibia and Botswana. We discovered a whole new adventurous spirit in us and continue to make more plans to tour
    Special highlighy : putting our vehicle on a barge in Impalila island to travel down the Zambezi River to Katima – an 18 hour slow journey

    Planned trips:
    To explore more of Africa.
    Gladly do Namibia all over again too.
    Even explore more of South Africa too

    We never leave home without our leatherman, toolbox, stocked fridge and “Jack”!

    Our photo was taken at
    Okonjima Africat in Namibia. A cheetah conservation Estate. We encountered a “pet” porupine which was most entertaining as we expected shooting needles any minute as he approached us and made himself comfortable at our fire !

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