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  1. Re: Battery Charger for 2 x 105ah Deep Cycle Batteries

    Please give feedback here if you did manage to salvage them.
  2. Re: Battery Charger for 2 x 105ah Deep Cycle Batteries

    R13 353.00 'n battery? :o

    Norrvarkin chance!!!!;D
  3. Re: Battery Charger for 2 x 105ah Deep Cycle Batteries

    But yes, dont that MK4 units put out 30 amps?

    Ths should be more than enough. My D250S does max 20A and this is fine for my 150Ah battery.

    So the batteries might be moeg yes.
  4. Re: Battery Charger for 2 x 105ah Deep Cycle Batteries

    That restore function seldom works. It is a last resort for when your batteries are REALLY stuffed already. Now, you will only stuff them up.

    Seems to me you might with a bit of discipline still...
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    Re: Dometic CF 50

    Buy that really strong type, they come with red or blue covering with red being the strongest. (something like 180kg of weight the whole role can support)

    Not that you would need something that...
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    Re: Dometic CF 50

    Aaah but behind which wall is the evaporator? Need to email Dometic for that info or open up yourself. ;D
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    Re: Dometic CF 50

    Or maybe some double sided tape. Something that will isolate it from the wall.

    This is a wireless unit I assume?

    I had a wired one, which I routed to hang in the middle and affixed it to the...
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    Re: Dometic CF 50

    Anywhere where the probe does not touch any of the walls or floor. This will give inaccurate readings (colder than it really is).

    I would also think in the middle somewhere if possible.
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    Re: Dometic CF 50

    I had the older model CF80

    Where the power cord plugs in there should be a low, medium and high switch where they are adjusted?

    Or do you want to know exactly what these voltages are? Your post...
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    Re: Overlanding equipment list

    Check this out for some inspiration! ;D

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php/302920-DIY-Bakkie-camper-project
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    Re: DIY Bakkie 'camper' project

    I want to buy this vehicle when you're done with it!

    Absolutely brilliant!!!!!

    I call first dibs when it is up for sale. ;D
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    Re: Can I just unplug a chip?

    Nice article, read it till the end.

    I had many good years with my chip and then removed for a remap. Still happy two years later.

    What the author says I believe is true, it just makes sense.
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    Re: Can I just unplug a chip?

    I believe so yes. Will have to be removed by SAC or Dastek agents.

    You will know immediately whether it has a wiring harness, as it is quite a bulky item with 3 or 4 different plugs on it that...
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    Re: Can I just unplug a chip?

    Just unplug it yes.

    That is to say if it was not hardwired in.

    If it came with a wiring harness, then you can just unplug.
  15. Re: How do the ridgid panels fare on caravans and canapys

    They are hinged together like a suitcase and not meant to both be open permanently.

    I used two pieces of alu angle iron along the length of the canopy on each side to which I riveted drawer...
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    Re: I bought a fridge...now what

    You sir, understand camping! ;D
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    Sticky: Re: Gauteng Member Sightings

    Can anyone tell me what am I doing wrong that my photos upload like this?

    When it saved on the pc, they are up right. I dont get it and its frustrating the crap out of me. :mad:
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    Sticky: Re: Gauteng Member Sightings

    Flipside you beat me to it. But I snapped you as well! ;D
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    Re: Deep cycle battery or alternative

    Hi guys and girls,
    First off, im am NOT technically inclined so sorry upfront for wrong terminology etc....
    I have a two batteries under the bonnet which are not deep cycle ( landcruiser gxr 200 )...
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    Re: I bought a fridge...now what

    This!
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    Re: I bought a fridge...now what

    I have;D

    And I just got a ###### fright when I did a quick calculation in my head on what my current system cost.

    And that's excluding how many times I've modified it.....:o

    If this will...
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    Re: I bought a fridge...now what

    I think the OP is reluctant to spend the money for a proper setup, which will probably cost way more than the fridge.

    But what is a proper setup? Even the most basic setup will cost a few bucks....
  23. Re: How do the ridgid panels fare on caravans and canapys

    They will work fine.

    But from an aesthetic point of view, I would want the panels to be at almost as wide as the canopy itself. So that you're able to use those slots for a roof rack as well if...
  24. Re: How do the ridgid panels fare on caravans and canapys

    I have two 85W rigid panels permantly fixed to my canopy and I have traveled for close to 8 years with them on some of the worst corrugations to be thrown at you in Moz, Botswana, Namibia and good...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Riaan wil jy nog kom laai? ;D
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    Re: DIY battery boks

    Mooi jobbie daai Carel!
  27. Thread: Point 3.2

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    Re: Point 3.2

    So tell us about your wife's upgrades. >:D;D
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    Re: First real camping trip. Advice needed.

    Four people in a Tuna and camping.

    Will you be towing? Matrasses takes up a lot of space. Then there is the tents, sleeping bags, cooler/fridge, camp kettle/pots etc etc
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    Re: Inverter and charger combination

    Brezza, read through these threads and make a decision.

    Depending on the application you require it for, it may very well last you a lifetime.
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    Re: Inverter and charger combination

    2500 meaning Watts?

    Not even modified sine wave inverters are as cheap as R1/watt.

    It sounds like rubbish in my honest opinion.

    Pictures? A link maybe?
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    Sticky: Re: Gauteng Member Sightings

    Seems these little guys are popping out everywhere....;D

    National Woman's Day around 10h00 at Silverlakes Makro, near Zebbies Lightning. I parked a few metres from you.
  32. Poll: Re: Top 5, Not so "best" looking D/C Bakkies

    I voted ugliest.
  33. Thread: Luiperd

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    Re: Luiperd

    First post since 2009! Welcome to the Forum >:D;D

    It would be very cool if you could figure out how to post some more footage.
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    Re: Tuli Block trip report

    Thanks for sharing, enjoyed the read and photos.
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    Re: The Goose is on the Move

    Good move on the Triton! ;D

    Welcome to the Forum and enjoy the camping.
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