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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Jeep here please

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    Had to dash up a mountain for work yesterday just around sunset. It's been a while since the beast had a beauty shot.
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Land Rover here please

    I know EXACTLY where that was taken :-)
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    Re: Biking the national parks

    I have just had this pointed out to me, could make for an interesting trip in the Karoo NP!

    https://www.portfoliocollection.com/travel-blog/lions-roam-the-karoo-again
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    Re: Biking the national parks

    Thank you! Not sure how I missed that info :-)
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    Biking the national parks

    I'm struggling to get any info from SANParks on this, but does anyone know where I can source a list of parks and reserves where motorbikes are allowed?

    I understand you don't really want to do...
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    Re: Meanwell suppliers in CT

    Mantech in Epping / Goodwood Industrial also stocks Meanwell. https://www.mantech.co.za/
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Jeep here please

    Maybe this? ;-)
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    Re: Series Land Rover Owners??

    Mine is gathering dust in the weeds, ahead of a revival, spit&polish and probably a for sale advertisement... I'm getting too old to be the power steering and simply don't use her enough anymore.
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Jeep here please

    Just returned from a quick trip to the SKA open day. Love this car.

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    Re: The Jeep wave

    Well I do have a Landy or two, and a Toyota - so just call me an indescriminate waver :-)
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    Re: R364 Clanwilliam to Calvinia

    I unexpectedly hit the dirt on that road in an NV200 a year ago after a wrong turn... passed many many burst tyres on the route, negotiated corrugations and a small pass, but came out the other end...
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    Re: The Jeep wave

    I wave at Land Rovers. Confuses the heck out of them.
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    https://scontent.fcpt7-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/65866613_854619678271956_3438132422938460160_n.jpg?_nc_cat=1&_nc_oc=AQlO3khh7QSEceLTu-T-mqznxm-azwB_JDf2qBrNsxOOlQ4-10s4GDjXtC_yyKCanJCanNm6TcFCP_Vv9Y1L...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Skinless boneless chicken breasts - cut into blocks, throw into a mix of equal amounts honey and Dijon mustard, a smattering of salt and pepper, skewer the things and braai over low heat, turning...
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    Re: My first jeep.....

    Love mine! Enjoy.
  16. Grand Cherokee Re: Service options - Somerset West area

    My oil change / 100,000km service cost R8500. Have found a local who will service the vehicle for around R2K in future. The major expenses were parts ("official" oil filter and associated bits),...
  17. Grand Cherokee Service options - Somerset West area

    Mornning all

    I have just been handed the bill for a general service of my Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland by our local dealer - couple of filters and an oil change. It appears we will not be eating...
  18. Re: Carnarvon SQ Km Array & visitor centre - worth a visit??

    Been there, tried that - security will not let you in without an appointment. Can see stuff in the distance, but the checkpoint is really far from anything worth seeing.

    Email this chap and ask...
  19. Re: Panelbeater in Somerset West/Stellenbosh

    Well have you seen how we drive down here? ;D
  20. Re: Panelbeater in Somerset West/Stellenbosh

    Steyls: Those are the blokes who started selling off parts of my 1976 Landy when it was towed to them after an accident a few years ago... I hope their business practice has improved since then!
  21. Re: Panelbeater in Somerset West/Stellenbosh

    Leon's Panelbeaters - Gants Centre
  22. Grand Cherokee 2014 Grand Cherokee Overland - maps update?

    I'm a mere week or so into ownership of this fantastic vehicle. However - UConnect maps... Ja, they're a bit outdated.

    Googling brings up a horrific price of US$500 odd and a very complicated...
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    Jeep Newbie - but still have both Toyata and Land Rover parked in the yard, so not a complete convert.
  24. Re: Williston/Carnavon/Britstown Accommodation

    Vosburg. Central Garage Guesthouse. VERY affordable, can pack a pile of people in, totally vintage classic, just off the main highway - and somewhere between Williston and Carnarvon. My son turned...
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    Re: Jeep Century City Closing

    Jeep Somerset West is taking up the slack, and still have openings for services etc (for now). Tokai is also fully booked until Xmas or so.
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    Re: Senqu Gorge view site

    This looks like it? https://twitter.com/visitlesotho/status/882908255755939840
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    Re: Nissan NP300 2.5 4x4 Workhorse

    We have one that does very well for our offroad work up and down mountains, storm or not. With the low centre of gravity it handles one particular mountain better than the Defender (which feels like...
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    Re: Where to go

    Jonkershoek nature reserve, or some of the picnic places near it. Do-able in a platkar, with streams, a dam and allsorts.
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    Re: Why do we need 4x4s?

    Proving that any car can go offroad if you try hard enough. Cool trip!
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    Re: Best birding book?

    Thanks for the input guys. I heard a rumour that some of the apps can't be loaded on more than one device (ever), even if they're all linked to your profile - if your phone/tablet gets eaten by a...
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    Best birding book?

    What's the consensus on this - which of the options out there currently provide the best bird identification book? Any decent apps to accompany them, that don't cost the earth nor are...
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    Re: Alarm going mad after rain

    +1 on the thing under the dash. We recently had some electrical work done on our Defender. The autoelectricians moved the alarm box / unit, and then just put it back under the dash once done. Plug...
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    Re: Help - What is this plant called?

    iSpot is brilliant for identification. If you can't find it in a search, posting a photo will bring out the experts who will quickly ID it for you. Their observations by the public also help add to...
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    Re: Help - What is this plant called?

    Does this look like it?

    https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/southern-africa/view/observation/436731/gethyllis-namaquensis
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    Re: Where did you eat out tonight

    Bit earlier today: the Vegetarian Option at our nearby Cattle Baron while my carnivore partner ate the Cow Option. Absolutely divine on both counts.

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