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Well done, and hi.

JB Meyer

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Well, what can i say.
Congrats to another Cruiser Forum.
For those here who dont know me.
Own a Land Cruiser 80 4.5 ( 1997 ) and a Land Cruiser 79 4.5 EFi ( 2009 )
Married with Marnette ( second wife ) first one i lost alive, :roll: and we got seven kids together.
Twin daughters ( 23 years of age ),two sons 20, and the other 18.
And the two daughters from Marnette 25, the other 23 and one son 15.
Live in Cape Town South Africa at a place called Melkbosstrand, just north of Cape Town, up the West Coast.
My English mmmmmm :roll: not that good.
But i will try my utterly best to be a good boy ;)
 

Gary Stockton

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Welcome to the South African Cruiser Whisperer!!!

Looking forwards to lots of your special advice for the people!
 

JB Meyer

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Thank you Gary
Nice to see a old Customer reply to my first post ;)
Want to come and visit Scotland over December, that if the reciever got sorted out first.
Would love to make some friends here and get together up north ( very north ) for B&B
But the advice part, not many of the LCCSA guys agree with me on advice given.
So its gonna be a bit difficult to give advice on British scale, and get slaugter here.
The name " Cruiser Whisperer" only for those who believe and trust what im saying :p
This came with years of expieriense and love for what im doing best
 

24Seven

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JB Meyer said:
But the advice part, not many of the LCCSA guys agree with me on advice given.

Welcome, nothing wrong with going you're own way with subjects :mrgreen:
 
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Andrew Prince

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Welkom JB!

I don't think we have obligations to write in English only here :roll: but many of us may struggle to follow your advice in Afrikaans! Your English is definitely better than my Afrikaans (ek kom van Natal af :cool: )

Cheers,
 

JB Meyer

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Andrew
Don't worry, i never type or explain any advice in English though,
In Afrikaans, the Motor terms to difficult for me.
Its just that my past, future and present tense are a bit confusing to English speaking guys ( even to my self )
Luckily at work my PC got the spell checker :cool:
 
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