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Wanna Be Syncro owner
11-16-2013, 05:56 PM
Post: #21
Re: Wanna Be Syncro owner
welcome to the forum
your best option is to buy a syncro rather than convert a 2WD
you can then convert the engine to the engine you prefer which is alot easier than converting a 2.6 bus to a syncro

2.6i Syncro Doka 1984
2.5i SSA PlayBus Syncro 1989
2.5i Factory 5 Cylinder Syncro 1991
2.0i Cox Camper Syncro 1989
2.0i Big Window Syncro 1992
2.6i 2WD Doka 1986
1.9TDI Golf Syncro 1991

"If you dont think syncro's are cool, then you better check your pulse"
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11-16-2013, 10:46 PM
Post: #22
Re: Wanna Be Syncro owner
Thanks or the advice until i find a syncro in really good condition i will just have to stick to the 2.6 .It is ok for average gravel roads sometimes i find the ground clearance a bit low.Being a ex southwester i tend to look for the out of the way backroads and sometimes situations tend to get a bit tricky.Tbus is purely for camping holidays next year i planto go on a few months cruise and the namib is firmly in my sight old stomping grounds.Any feedback on a bus coming onto the market please let me know . The bucket list have to be completed . Salutations
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11-18-2013, 05:52 AM
Post: #23
Re: Wanna Be Syncro owner
My 4Motion has a queen size maters on Ali frame. Not Too short. Front engine makes space in the back

BUT, it does not go where the T3 Syncro goes!
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11-19-2013, 08:27 AM
Post: #24
Re: Wanna Be Syncro owner
Welcome Kwaailappies, and yes, the T25 is so much more of a off roader than the T3 or T4. Is your 2.6 a single or double cab? if so, do the conversion and you know what you have and the mechi should be able to do the conversion or take it to Stuart or Russel. If it is the full microbus, rather get yourself a Syncro than doing the conversion. My humble opinion.

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BENNIE BEZUIDENHOUT
"Be slow in choosing a friend, even slower when changing" Benjamin Franklin
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11-19-2013, 08:31 AM
Post: #25
Re: Wanna Be Syncro owner
Oh ja, check out my Rooi Veldskoen Bus for sale here http://syncrosa.co.za/forum/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=1665

BENNIE BEZUIDENHOUT
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11-19-2013, 09:04 AM
Post: #26
Re: Wanna Be Syncro owner
Hi and welcome to the new guys. We're the guys in Stikland Cape town for all and any parts you might need on any T3 including Syncro's. Ace Auto Scrapyard .
Derek
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