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    Re: Baviaanskloof Accommodation

    Had a great stay at Kudu Kaya, the chalet over the stream. Slept to the sound of bubbling brook [emoji108]
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    Re: Roof rack & Fuel Economy

    Search more. There are experiments done with even the shape of front bars making a big difference, all only on long trips obviously.
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    Sticky: Re: Meat and Fruits/Vegetables in Botswana

    Why on earth turn a holiday into a spreadsheet studying nervous pain in the arse mad dash for food ?
    No one died of hunger in Bots in the last 100 years , to my knowledge.
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    Re: Vleis in vat Botswana

    Do not take any fresh food.
  5. Re: The Fuel saving thread - Tips on using less fuel whilst driving

    Remember Car mag doing that test 20/30 years ago. Amazing results from different shape roof racks as well as with and without....
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    Re: Vleis in vat Botswana

    None Nada Niks !!!!!!!
  7. Re: Please Help re Medical (Not Vehicle) Insurance for Nambia Overland Self Drive

    TIC will sort you out.
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    Re: Availability of BWP Notes

    Was there only for business. Only bush I ever saw was the Bull and Bush pub [emoji23]
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    Re: Availability of BWP Notes

    My company BM could drive on 3 wheels [emoji23][emoji23]
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    Re: Availability of BWP Notes

    Was just thinking back a while. I stayed in Bots 1 week per month for 25 years and can honestly not remember ever having Pula in my wallet ?
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    Re: Availability of BWP Notes

    Why would you want them ? Get some there or pay with your cards.
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    Re: Lessons learnt for load shedding / inverter

    Gas geysers ? Any ideas what to look at for just 2 of us ? Rented cottage and shower seat over bath for wife?
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    Re: Rip-off for a plain kettle cable...

    Buy a kettle at Clicks ?
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    Re: Lessons learnt for load shedding / inverter

    We have an LED strip light, sufficient for lounge, wired direct into battery and used every day to exercise the battery. Small solar panel keeps it topped up.
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    Re: Why can't "designers" not get it right?

    No one with a boep should venture towards Drie Berge :D
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    Re: License renewal???

    Quote from Cathys. R1000 should cover everything !!
    They need proof of residence and ID657178
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    Re: License renewal???

    Will have quote Monday 9am
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    Re: License renewal???

    If you can send a pic of current disk it can be accurately costed via any Cathys or Wequ website
  19. Thread: Tailgate Lock

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    Re: Tailgate Lock

    Welcome Brad
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    Re: Checkers compressor

    Sadly the cable is too short to start with. Like mine from Adenhorf , I had to add 2m to get to spare comfortably
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    Re: Recommended butcheries

    Join groups on FB like Drive Bots etc, all the info is there.
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    Re: I do not support load shedding at home

    So, you never used the search function on this forum ? [emoji23][emoji23]
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    Re: Gas fire stick cover

    Hacksaw and pliers ?
  24. Thread: Strange ??

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    Re: Strange ??

    Not able to attach playback here. Seems to have turned around twice before heading to Durban then throwing a right hand down a bit...

    OK now, on track and nearly over Hopetown.
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    Re: Strange ??

    Ta. Would 12,000m be normal height ?
  26. Thread: Strange ??

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    Re: Strange ??

    Flight MN453 Kulula , HLA to CPT took some very strange turns 10 minutes ago and going higher and higher ?
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    Re: Mains charging whilst solar connected?

    Battery is full. 4 hours to go from 12.7 to 13.8.
    Back onto panel. Controller shows solid green light. [emoji106]
    Ready for WP at 7pm......
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    Re: Mains charging whilst solar connected?

    Not being the brightest spanner in the tray I took Fluffy's advice and plugged into the mains at 4.30. Half hour so far and no - bang- !
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    Mains charging whilst solar connected?

    Is this possible or must the panel be disconnected. Mecer inverter, Energizer 105ah, Bushpower Eco kit with controller.
    Thanks
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    Re: Centurion: options for safe deposit boxes

    Think we all waiting for an arrest WRT the Krugersdorp affair [emoji51][emoji23]
  31. Thread: Cooking Oil

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    Re: Cooking Oil

    Perhaps an excuse to ramp up prices ? Our Spar certainly has......
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    Re: A small inverter for offroad and home

    At the risk of being fluffed out by you know who, buy the heaviest you can find weight wise. Light ones are papbroek.
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    Re: A small inverter for offroad and home

    I have a small Doxin. Works like a carthorse !!
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    Re: Pilanesberg - try again

    I have been nagging for years for them to rip up the tar and just use the grader, WHICH THEY HAVE, continously as they did in the 80's
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    Re: Stabilizer on 4x4 Caravan.

    When I needed one I used a Tando. Worked very well indeed
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