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    Re: National Luna 90L Twin Fault ID Issues

    The 13.69v you measured at the fridge plug tells me it's not necessarily the batteries, do you have any way to measure the battery voltage while the compressor of the fridge is running to see by how...
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    Re: Looking for a compact camping chair

    I once sat on a Helinox, one day I'm going to buy myself one of those. Expensive yes, but super light, super compact and remarkably comfortable. Quite a while ago someone on the forum imported them...
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    Re: Bush Lapa or Afrispoor - HELP!!!!!

    Look at lithium ion LiFeYPO4 batteries, www.bluenova.co.za
    Quite a bit more expensive than lead acid deep cycle and even lead crystal, but will save you a lot of space and weight if comparing...
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    Re: FJ Cruiser Pic Thread / Upgrades / Mods

    Did anyone ever pull cables from the engine bay in to the cab and if so, where and how is the access? Want to install a 2-way radio, so power cables and the antenna cable.
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    Re: FJ Cruiser Pic Thread / Upgrades / Mods

    Would you guys say it's fine to start with 5 wheel tyre rotation if the current set of tyres already have 35K km on them or will it cause issues if introducing the new spare to the mix now? The tyres...
  6. Re: If going LiFePO what is the best 12V Management wset up for a vehicle

    I'm a fan of Victron, a lot of people don't like their stuff because it's expensive and because it's modular so you have to put together different bits and pieces to build your system. They don't...
  7. Re: Prad0 150 V6 Waterpumo - When/What to look for??

    They tend to go around 180 to 200k km if I recall and it just happens. Best to do water pump and thermostat as preventative maintenance.
  8. Re: Romer cooler build quality - Does your Romer look like this?

    Yes probably slipped past QC in the factory, but well done Romer.

    Don't discount Takalot in all this, chances that someone else sent that one back to them already is quite high. In the past I...
  9. Re: NL drop prices with launch of new Legacy range

    I see these new Legacy fridges have baskets included as standard, another plus point for me is that they kept the insulation thickness the same.

    I also see the new compressor has got a 8 year...
  10. Re: Correct size cables for my solar set up - advice pleasee

    Depending on the situation shading can be a real issue. If you have loose panels which you move around all day, if you are the type of person who likes playing with these things, who will keep a eye...
  11. Re: Correct size cables for my solar set up - advice pleasee

    Just as an aside, you can pump more than the specified amps in to Victron controllers, they can handle it. But very very important you can not exceed the voltage rating, in fact it's recommended to...
  12. Re: What can be stored (for long) in a Caravan??

    Apart from what Michael said.
    Once a year or so we go threw everything in the caravan which can get old and swop it out with newer things in the house. Tinned food, tomato sauce, coffee, tea, sugar...
  13. Re: Correct size cables for my solar set up - advice pleasee

    Listen to Fluffy, as a rule of thumb parallel is a much safer bet in mobile situations, as said with series you have the problem of shading and if you lose one connection or panel you lose your...
  14. Re: Best place to camp/chalet at Kosi Bay for fishing and some 4x4

    Personally I would drive just across the border and go to Ponta Molangane, I find it much nicer than Kosi.
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    Sticky: Re: Your top camping spots close to GP

    Any recommendations for a place to go in December for a week or 2.
    Not too far from Pretoria, 1, 2 maybe 3 hours drive. A quiet secluded bush experience, not a caravan park experience. If possible a...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Thanks, there’s already a small umbrella permanently packed so might as well use that, never even thought of such a straight forward solution. It won’t help much if there’s some wind, but it will be...
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    Re: Water requirements for wild camping

    May that never happen to me. I've been in mid to high 40's where it was too hot to do anything but drink beer during the day. Where fridges and batteries struggled to keep up, where good quality...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    What clever plan did you guys come up with for a cover over the gas geyser in case of rain?
    I'll rather make a plan now than being in a situation where being caught in a rain storm and later...
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    Re: Water requirements for wild camping

    Those Gardena spray bottles are champion, uses much less water than a gas shower, so rather premix your hot/cold water in the Gardena and wash without wasting a drop. Also get used to the fact that...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    What brand stove does Bushlapa use, where did you get it and does it have electronic start?
    Nothing wrong with the current Dometic, the electronic start will be nice though. Just for interest sake I...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Wow ok, those pipes are quite thick and seamed very tough, but I guess if it gets too hot it can develop a soft or week spot quite easily. Doesn't quite makes sense that it was because of low water...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    On your post about the geyser, did your pipes actually burst or did they just jump out where they are clamped. Back when my parents bought their van the one pipe constantly jumped out and I just...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Does the Dometic 2 burner gas stove in your Cheetah have electronic start or must you manually light it?

    The one in my parents van must be lighted manually, they heard from someone that you get...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    IX table? When, how, where? Apart from the current table being quite heavy it also doesn't fit flat on the floor.
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Do you guys take a loose table with when camping and if so, where do you store it and what table do you have?
    My pet peeve is lots of loose stuff packed on the floor of the Cheetah when traveling,...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Where did you have your sides made? Idea is similar to yours, to get 2 sides and move them where ever they are needed.
  27. Re: Hardshell RTT & Gas bottle?? Where to store it?

    Most people I camp and have camped with only use gas for morning coffee, the rest happens on the fire. Rethink your setup, how often and what you really use gas for, whether you really need to lug...
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    Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    I read somewhere, think the BunduTech website that the awning closes easier when folding the canvis rather than rolling it.
    I must be missing something because in my experience rolling is better, if...
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    Re: Preferred Coolers

    I also love my 45l Romer. Apart from its ability to keep things cold for very long my favourite feature is probably the ability to sit on it and a close second is the bottle opener in the lid.
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    Re: Fridge Rental

    Have you tried Jannie from Kubu4x4 trailer rentals, also a commercial member on the forum?
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    Re: After market suspension for 200vx

    Not 200 VX specific.
    At one stage I read up quite a lot about the air bag helpers, though most say they are great, there is also a school of thought saying they are not so good. Reason being that...
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    Re: Damaged 90l luna

    They did the same with my dad's a month or so ago, his also had pipes leaking inside the case. Initially I thought it's crazy that they can't or don't fix them down to that level, but their price for...
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    Re: 52lt twin. Whats it worth?

    Depending on condition and age, rule of thumb seams to be around 75% of the price for a new one.
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    Re: Trailer 12v / 220v wiring

    I understand, nothing as bad as a warm dop.
    I highly highly doubt you'll come right with a 300W inverter, it has been tried, search the forum for old posts of guys trying to run ice makers on 12V,...
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    Re: Tilt fridge slides

    They can become quite difficult to operate with a full fridge, even more so if your wife and kids must also do it.
    I was on a trip with someone a year or 2 back who had one in his bakkie, it had to...
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