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    Re: Weber Q gas braai

    Hi Roelof, could you share pics please and or a link.
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    Re: For the curry lovers

    I agree fully.



    I agree. We make lots of curries at home but our masala is basically built up from individual components. That way we can generally come close on a specific curry every time....
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    Re: For the curry lovers

    Thanks, appreciate the link.

    I hate it when proprietary ingredients are named. Kashmiri Masala where we gonna get that? Tannie Marie se Warm Sous, where we gonna get that?

    Why can't people name...
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    Re: DIY Subwoofer & Amp Install

    Not sad at all.

    I have a sub-woofer in my system that takes me down to circa 38Hz. Have nothing against subwoofers used as a speaker to reach the depths that the average small / bookshelf speaker...
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    Re: DIY Subwoofer & Amp Install

    On what must we comment, do you need help deciding?

    For my part, one less subwoofer in the world is a starting point to normalising the audio spectrum. Do you enjoy music or the mind numbing...
  6. Re: Anyone know how to set float voltage in this cheapie inverter?

    Failing the above, my work around would be; insert a resistor in series with the one charging lead to limit the current. The resistor will need to be sized to cope with the full charging current as...
  7. Re: Anyone know how to set float voltage in this cheapie inverter?

    All the solution offered here are will treat the symptom and not the cause.

    Can you scour the main PCB for any variable potentiometers. If there are any to seen if their function is printed on the...
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    Re: Braided line.

    Nice bait, what is your target species ;D.
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    Re: Advice on first fridge please

    I have had the dual 72l for many years now .... no problems here.
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    Re: Braided line.

    With braid I have found that the reel drag settings become more important as you don't have the flex in the mono riding on top of the drag system.
  11. Re: Masai Mara's wildebeest migration under threat from climate change

    So based on this then, there has never been a drought affecting the migration to date? If there was why was the then drought not attributed to climate change?

    Do we not accept drought as being...
  12. Re: Marriage proposal ideas in the Garden route?

    @ the OP.

    Don't they have a Canopy Tour in the area. Zip lines where you go around the forest on foofie slides. You start high and gradually descend back to base.

    Set it up so that you have a...
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    Re: Caravan on property. Legal to live in?

    Given the history of squatters putting up shacks on ground that they do not own I would find it very hard to believe that someone could stop you. Precedent has been established. If you have...
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    Re: Weber Q gas braai

    I have had the Q1200 for some time now and she has never been initiated.

    I used to keep the Q220 outside the back door until recently when they stole my stove gas bottles and were about to steal...
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    Re: Home distilled

    I was just saying to my boet you don't realise the cost because it a little here and a little there. Lots of time though. Cleaning up solder joints even though my soldering is not bad at all. I just...
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    Re: Home distilled

    Here is my take on a 2" CCVM. She is in the naughty corner and this is her permanent position. There is a SS 1 800mm table to the right that is used as a work space, needs a little cleaning. The...
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    Re: Preserved Lemon

    Also going to make it. I often cook Moroccan in my tagine, love it. Have been short on the Lemons though.
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    Re: Wind energy

    The also need to be mounted very high to catch the wind so would be a potential eyesore to neighbours. Probably above 6 or 7m above ground level min.
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    Re: Wind energy

    Just check how much wind you get. I was going to build a home made 800W unit for fun until I realised that we simply did not get enough wind to power the puppy for any useful length of time.
  20. Re: Ryobi RG6900 (non K model) output unstable.

    Assumed a UPS, my bad
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    Re: The Tiger Reel and Rod Drool Thread

    I have two Abu Ambassador 6500's for tigers.

    How do you guys stop your line from rotating while trawling. Have tried keel sinkers with special swivels but nothing seem to stop the twisting. I do...
  22. Re: Automatic gearboxes and towing heavy loads

    I believe the conventional wisdom when towing with an auto box is to tow in the gear that is closest to a 1:1 ratio.
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    Re: Trailer with axle to the rear

    Discounting the ball weight for the moment, the further back the axel the better the trailer tows and the more stable it is and the easier it is to reverse.

    Towing my boat is a dream compared to...
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    Re: Lead acid minimum charge current

    8 Myths and Facts about Lead Acid Batteries | Advanced Battery Systems
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    Re: Lead acid minimum charge current

    A couple of hundred milliamps when you go into trickle charge. You are merely replacing the standby current of the inverter and internal battery losses.

    Batteries like to work, these very low...
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    Re: Lead acid minimum charge current

    Generally it is 1/10 so 100Ah will be 10A charge. The charging current is determined by the temperature of the battery, you don't want the electrolyte temperature getting too high.

    On non...
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    Re: No hazards when towing

    If it was a load issue then surely the same would apply to the brake lights?
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    Re: Designing and building a new braai.

    Sounds like a plan. I would encourage to you consider the following.

    You need to reach over an already hot fire to load up the fire bin.
    You are adding depth to the braai so the braai will...
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    Re: Heavy duty braai grids

    Jelo, back to the original question.

    A couple of years back FL Smidth used to sell offcuts of SS Mesh. It was the luck of the draw, you went in and checked out if there was anything you wanted,...
  30. Re: Filling station put paraffin in my car. What do I do?

    School me here.

    Would the two liquids not separate out based on their differing SG's. So the diesel will be consumed first followed by the paraffin and associated poor performance?
  31. Re: Filling station put paraffin in my car. What do I do?

    Indeed you are correct. However the paraffin should not have made it to his tank unless the tank was 100% paraffin, which means that there would have been many comebacks. An empty car comes in and is...
  32. Re: Filling station put paraffin in my car. What do I do?

    That means that their entire tank is filled with paraffin ??? this sound odd. Why I says this is because the way I see it is that the SG of paraffin is less than the diesel so it would float to the...
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    Poll: Re: What veg don't you eat? Why?

    Ah but tomato's are fruits and not vegetables.
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    Poll: Re: What veg don't you eat? Why?

    If you have a sugarless diet you would be surprised how sweet some veggies are; carrots, peas, sweet corn kernels, butternut, snap peas etc.

    I will eat every veg you place before me, however there...
  35. Re: Help! Yamaha 70 not starting - electrical problem

    I have the Workshop Manual that covers this motor. I bought it on the net and was disappointed with the quality of the pics but for the most part they are good enough. If you want me to mail it to...
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