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    Re: Tyre pump/compressor 220v for home use?

    Thanks folks. Clips soldered on and works a treat.
    Will check guage tomorrow against my good quality handheld.618693
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    Re: Tyre pump/compressor 220v for home use?

    Thanks guys, got a Mac Afric at Adenorff for R425. Seem to work well, just getting croc clips later to run from battery instead of cig socket.
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    Re: Tyre pump/compressor 220v for home use?

    Looks like my budget will only go up to 12volt....
    This any good ?618616
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    Re: Tyre pump/compressor 220v for home use?

    Thanks guys but much smaller in size and price ?
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    Tyre pump/compressor 220v for home use?

    Anyone have any ideas which I can buy just for home use , once a month or so. Nothing fancy , just 220v for two cars ?
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    Re: Building my first house - low budget

    Why not buy from any one of 6 companies putting up bloody nice timber houses in Knysna area ?
    Sit back. No worries, last payment only when everything is finished. Building on your own means you will...
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    Re: How about a photo of your Chevy..

    Inherited a '57 LHD in '65. Siblings wouldn't touch it
    15 year old, King of the Road around Fish Hoek back roads [emoji23][emoji23][emoji594]
    Great car.
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    Re: I purchased an old caravan

    As mentioned, store the big tent etc. Just a rally with 2 sides will do.
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    Re: I purchased an old caravan

    Done the turning trick a good few times over the years. Works well as does giving the chimney a good scrape and also light tapping of all the pipes with a rubber mallet.
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    Re: I purchased an old caravan

    ...and for the scientists out there ?
    Read years ago that towing around SA you would be travelling perfectly level for over 90 % of your journey ? [emoji848]
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    Re: Trellis Doors - Anyone in the game ??

    Don't ever choose the cheapest....
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    Re: 5th wheel caravans,

    Saw the same as this one at Swadini, pull out sides to make a small house !
    Pulled by a normal but big double cab which make I forget.617837
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    Re: I purchased an old caravan

    Towed vans for 30 years always running their fridges on 12v.
    Used a Bosch relay which I moved to 3 Microbusses and never skipped a beat.
    5 different vans and all worked perfectly.
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    Re: Rotisserie motor - I need a good one

    Flatten the batteries a bit, slower the better.
  15. Thread: OBD2 reader

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    Re: OBD2 reader

    Thanks Andrew, sadly the car is in Mexico at the moment..[emoji2]
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    Re: Border Closures

    Thanks Kobus. Plan made for Wednesday.
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    Re: The VW Bus that never made it to market

    Would have bought that in a flash having towed for 30 years with Microbuses !!
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    Re: Border Closures

    Trucks I hope can get through?
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    Re: 20 to 16pin Obd adapter

    And, can then we use an Elm327 with TorquePro?
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    Re: 20 to 16pin Obd adapter

    Thanks Andrew, got a part number maybe to make ordering easier ?
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    Re: 20 to 16pin Obd adapter

    Thanks. It seems to be going smoothly at the moment [emoji106][emoji1787]617570
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    Re: 20 to 16pin Obd adapter

    You have pic of cable ? Amazon maybe?
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    Re: 20 to 16pin Obd adapter

    Also looking......
    Have a Sportage spluttering but it's in Mexico on the beach, miles from anywhere.
    This is it's plug.617563
  24. Thread: OBD2 reader

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    Re: OBD2 reader

    Bump
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    Re: OBD2 reader

    2005 Sportage diesel.
  26. Thread: OBD2 reader

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    OBD2 reader

    Where/ what do I buy that fits this ?617486
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    Re: I purchased an old caravan

    Looks like a top notch van !
    Check towball weight to 75 to 85.
    Tyres never less than 3.0
    Will tow like an arrow.
    Enjoy
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    Re: Brass flat bar - Brits/Harties

    Buchels
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    Re: How to "build in" LKS gas braai

    Steel frame on castors, hidden by bamboo logs coated in fibreglass resin.
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    Re: Rotisserie motor - I need a good one

    I use this one. Maybe 20 years old with possibly 30/40 roasts to it's name.
    Admittedly, over these last few troubled years our Sunday spit has consisted of 2 mutton leg chops speared through the...
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    Re: Rotisserie motor - I need a good one

    Perhaps try a more modest size roast ? [emoji23] [emoji491]
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    Re: TV and modified or pure sine wave

    Stick to Geewiz for top notch prices and exchange policy.
  33. Thread: Tentco chair

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    Re: Tentco chair

    Re stolen chairs....remember my hint years ago re pvc covered ss wire with loops each end and a padlock.
    Can be threaded through tables, chairs and gas bottles.
  34. Thread: Friends

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    Re: Friends

    Something strange we've noticed over the years..
    In the Cape our house was always open. Braai and huge cooking pots on the stoep. Often came home to find pals all over the place, cooking kreef,...
  35. Thread: Friends

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    Re: Friends

    Was chatting about this a few days ago...
    Have maybe 10 friends on Whatsapp that I chat to daily including 4 that were at school with me from Sub A ! One was my neighbour since we both came back...
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