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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Why would you be forced to move?
    Mate, I need visas and stuff. Just like everyone.
    My 3 monthly trips to Darwin are a pain in the ass but have to be done.
    They fit pretty well with the Multi Non Imm O visa scheme so it's all good.
    It's just a bit boring and a tad tedious but there are loads of drugs that help.

    Until I get to the stage of sourcing phenobarbital - I'm close - this works.
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    The bed doesn't fit in the back of the Yaris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    This time I'd like to do it in 2 days there, 2 days to get visa and then 2 days back.
    That sounds like a nice little road trip.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    That sounds like a nice little road trip.

    Good luck.
    Cheers, it is quite fun.
    The first time we took 4 days getting there, dinner with Norton, which was great, and it was fun.
    The second time took 3 days there and 2 days back.
    As we need someone to look after the house and the dogs we need to do it a bit quick this time.


    We'll see

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    btw, if you're flying to Darwin every 3 months and sick of doing visa runs etc.

    The timing may fit in with the Unofficial Marriage Visa.

    You fly in with no visa, get 30 days, go to your local immigration and pay 1,900b for a 60 day extension based on marriage.

    Then repeated. No need for any visas.

    Depends, may be easier if you live close to the immigration office and are on good personal terms with them.

    Anyway, just a possible option if the trips to Darwin are under 90 days apart.

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    This setup should do the trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    That's interesting. I shall have a look tomorrow. I'm currently engrossed in the Trumpy show so it has to wait. Thanks Dill.
    Have you considered the possibility you are a fucking idiot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Have you considered the possibility you are a fucking idiot?
    Of course I have, haven't you?

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    CJ have you one of these headlight adjusters under your dashboard.

    Look down under the right hand of the steering wheel there is a small adjustable wheel that has 0 ,1,2,3,4,5 & 6 it should be on 0.
    this little switch lifts the headlights up & down.

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    I did mention that; then he left that bit out when he replied.

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    It pisses me of that they dont tell you these thing they add to the new cars.
    Dillinger I drove around with my light down for 2-3 years before I found out the headlight were adjustable from inside the car 555.

    PS: I did see CJ pop back now he gone again, maybe to check 555

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    It pisses me of that they dont tell you these thing they add to the new cars.
    Aah, you got one without a Users Manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    It pisses me of that they dont tell you these thing they add to the new cars.
    That headlamp dipper has been in Toyotas and Hondas for decades

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    That headlamp dipper has been in Toyotas and Hondas for decades
    drove 2005 Hilux 10 year no head light dipper

    Oddbins what driving test? I would red yu, but your bright enough for a punter with 9 posts 555

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    That headlamp dipper has been in Toyotas and Hondas for decades
    No dipper on the Yaris. There was no dipper on my Land Cruiser.

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    The 2015 Fortuner has the light dipper.
    The 2017 Hilux have the dipper as well.

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    Blown headlight fuse?

    Before you diss the idea, watch this.

    From the 1.00 min mark will do ...


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    ^Good point to check.

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    My wife complained about the brightness of the headlamps on our 2013 Chevrolet Spin. We replaced the H4 bulbs with OSRAM Night Breaker and they do seem to be brighter. A google search will pull up the companies webpage and the cost from Lazada ~930 baht. Depending on accessibility you may need to have someone help with installation and checking the aim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudcat View Post
    you may need to have someone help with installation
    How many Aussies does it take to fit a headlightbulb?

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    1 Aussie Dillinger 555

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    No its 3

    One to steal it
    One to wipe it on his budgie smugglers
    And one to throw a shrimp on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    No its 3

    One to steal it
    One to wipe it on his budgie smugglers
    And one to throw a shrimp on it
    That makes no sense.

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    so what did crackerjack actually do - or does he have the attention span of milkman-barbara-snaff-pizza

    and how many bulbs can you fit in a pair of budgie smugglers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    A 50" LED bar mounted on the roof should sort ya night driving issue !!

    My impression is Thailand doesn't seem to pack vehicles with lights such as in the USA. Speakers are a different matter.

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