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      Absolutely lovely pics.
      And black safari feels at home in white snow!

      P.s- do you require tyre chains for such snow?

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      Quote Originally Posted by bhvm View Post
      do you require tyre chains for such snow?
      I drive a lot in snow and ice and I dont use chains and not even studs on my tyres. I use my accelerator. You dont need chains for normal driving on roads covered in snow.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bhvm View Post
      P.s- do you require tyre chains for such snow?
      Depending on depth of snow, temperature and moisture of snow. Sometimes I have to mount tire chains, but most of the time my Safari goes up and down through the mountain without chains. But sometimes I have to mount tire chains on soft dirt or mud during warm period of year. Sometimes it helps, nevertheless. For snow on pictures I even don't wear snow shoes
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      as slow as possible, as fast as necessary

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      Good achievement..
      A fault finder comment- 110km/hr without seat belt and cold engine is dangerous
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      Quote Originally Posted by muztariq View Post
      Good achievement..
      A fault finder comment- 110km/hr without seat belt and cold engine is dangerous
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      I was going to say the same thing.

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      110k km and still live and kicking 😀

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      New braking discs and drums, shock absorbers front and rear, new rubber bushings on front and rear driving train, glow plugs. For 110k km, I am satisfied.

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      What were the service costs for all above?

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      All, including manual labor, was around 600 Euros. All parts came from India (Tata parts) except glow plugs. Those were bought here, but also are made in India (Bosch). Still have original clutch assembly.

      I have had minor incident with glow plugs wiring and that was the reason for replacement of all four plugs. Wiring caught fire since one plug short connected with ground (engine head). Nothing big, I just turned off contact, opened front hub and ripped off whole wiring set. It took me 2 hours to replace whole glow plugs wiring with new, hefty wires. It works ok since then. Lesson learned: check wiring occasionally!!!

      Also, few days ago I had to replace water pump. It got tiny, hair like crack over bearing housing and started to lose water. Replacement, with labor, was less than 100 Euros and six pack of Staropramen beer (full price from the store across the street)
      as slow as possible, as fast as necessary

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