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    Re: What generator

    Personally I do despise my neighbours. But it is said to be silent. The gentle hum of a big silent Genny is much better than your run of the mill lawnmower powered type. I hate those things. I have a...
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    Grand Cherokee Re: air suspension parts

    I know some trailer parts shops sell it as well. Try your local trailer parts store.
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    Re: What generator

    https://www.bundupower.co.za/gen-diesel-single.php?mod=BPD6500S

    Not sure of this is in your budget?
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    Re: Where can I get 12v Gu10s?

    Can't led light strips work? Or do you need a specific spread of light?
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    Re: Thoughts on spacers to level vehicle?

    I have been toying with the idea and decided against it for now.

    https://youtu.be/xiPwsjCU-3g
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    That was a cool video.
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    Thank goodness you showed up! I got the feeling I was being judged for being an ice snob 🤣

    If the whole ice is too big for like a gin glass, one smack with the back of n knife chops it straight in...
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    Sounds like my type of crowd. Please share the channel name if you can't get the link right.
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    Depends on what part of the world you live in 🤣

    You will never find me in a discussion about electric blankets 🙄
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    Looks like snowva is really the only way to go! I will get one and run some tests on it. How big are the blocks from the snowva?
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    Problem with small ice blocks is that it dissolves faster. That's why these huge chunks of the runners sachets work for me.

    Only reason I don't own a NL ice machine is the silly block sizes.
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    Re: Ice when travelling

    I recently started using those sachets that runners get in a race. Freeze them and cut it out of the plastic. Not the most environmentally friendly option but the ice we buy from the local shops is...
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    Ice when travelling

    I was wondering how others manage their ice situation when travelling. Especially on extended trips where you might be out of reach from a shop and not have electricity when camping.

    I am a ice...
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    Re: 4x4-ing and the well matured

    That's why I use paper bags as stated before.
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    Re: 4x4-ing and the well matured

    Some people think you open the cap and empty the potty and you are done. When using a porta potti like that it is not really work.

    However I will empty at the campsite into the designated...
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    Re: My Knife Making Thread

    Love the handle. I'm looking at getting a Serbian cleaver but can't find anything with a pretty handle.
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    Re: 4x4-ing and the well matured

    Cleaning a porta potti is a PITA. Toilet stool works a treat. Replace plastic bag with a big brown paper bag. Like the ones knp gives you at the gate. You can buy them from packaging suppliers for...
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    Re: UPS battery choice

    Is the Mecer ups trolley the same as the Ellies inverters?

    I have 2 of those Ellie's jobs lying in a cupboard. Doesn't matter what battery you connect to those things it will murder it in under 50...
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    Re: Commuting: GS vs KLR?

    So have you decided what to get yet?
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    Re: Alert - Numbi gate from White River

    Travellers should always try and avoid that road, that's where the mom and kids were shot at in the attempted hijacking.

    Strikes going there today, my staff lives there and they managed to get to...
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    Re: 4x4-ing and the well matured

    On the subject of jacks. I watched a couple of videos from Ronny Dahl and the likes about recovery gear and they all recommend a bottle jack as your main jack. Also to carry 2 jacks for the low...
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    Re: Which Paradox alarm

    Roboguard is very good. I have chimes on my keypad. When the alarm is not activated and a beam is triggered it beeps at the keypad. If it is one beep it's wind or something. Multiple beeps means...
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    Re: 1st Time Kruger Park advice

    Great advice from Africainhd.

    All I can add is that the Superspar has great meat, biltong and bakery.
    For the old folks, bare in mind that the dirt roads take a long time to drive and there are...
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    Re: Commuting: GS vs KLR?

    Also look at F650 GS twin. The downtuned 800. Very much bike for less Mandela's.
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    Re: Which Paradox alarm

    I try to avoid beams with PIR. They give loads of false alarms. As you mentioned sun shining onto them, even a gust of cold or hot wind and it sets it off. I prefer plain beams, like the takex....
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    Re: Which Paradox alarm

    I have 15 outdoor beams / zones. One is a paradox wired, endless crap.
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    Re: Which Paradox alarm

    PM me your number and I will explain everything to you nicely. Might even help you with discount on the system.
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    Re: Which Paradox alarm

    Will look into that. Had heaps of crap with hyyp on my Samsung. Nothing at all with the iPhone.
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    Re: Which Paradox alarm

    Why paradox specifically? Look at an IDS x64 with hyyp connect.

    You can have 64 zones in different partitions, all operated remotely. I even open and close my centurion gate motor with the app.
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    Re: Compare Tsendze camp to Balule

    Same here. Tsendze is by far my favourite, followed by Shingwedzi. Balule not even in my top 5. It's like a normal camp without power. Nothing more bush or rustic about it than anywhere else.
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    When I had crap battery setups and poor chargers I was constantly monitoring it. Now I set and forget. Check it 3 times a day when I'm at the trailer or vehicle for something else. Been faultless for...
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    Re: Compare Tsendze camp to Balule

    Agreed

    All I can add to this is that the tropic of Capricorn loop has very poor game viewing and the shongololo loop is not that great either.
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    Re: Tyre advise for Ford Ranger

    The continental AT that my Bakkie came with was very good on road, on wet roads, and good for gravel roads. Only got 40 000 kilos on them and then had a sidewall puncture in town? They had about 7000...
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    Defender Re: Camel Trophy 110

    That's why I said the snorkel was from wish.com

    Ever bought anything from there?
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    Re: Hilux GD6 canopy

    Rather try and bite the bullet to get an aluminium canopy. Much more secure and versatile. I will never own a fibreglass canopy again. Try ground zero canopies. Best value for money I could find....
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