Search Results - 4x4 Community Forum





Search:

Type: Posts; User: Riaan van Wyk; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 29 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.06 seconds.

  1. Re: Pajero given the final nail in the coffin......what a shame

    Quite a difference the upgraded 140KW 3.2 is in performance Mark. Test drove one of these last year with the thought of perhaps upgrading, I was surprised how responsive it was in Durban traffic.
  2. Replies
    4
    Views
    312

    Re: specially for Pajero owners

    I bought a GLX version because I cared what he thinks, after watching his review :)
  3. Replies
    4
    Views
    312

    Re: specially for Pajero owners

    Thanks for the video OP. As a Pajero owner, I hang my head in shame for the way he was treated by the SA owners at the time.

    Sticking to one's guns as a journalist, for me, shows someone with a...
  4. Thread: Bird ID

    by Riaan van Wyk
    Replies
    34
    Views
    3,388

    Re: Bird ID

    To me it also looks like a what your friend suggests. By the way, they are social and trusting birds so often three or four will hang around together and will eventually sit on your lap ince the are...
  5. Re: Pajero given the final nail in the coffin......what a shame

    And there you have it folks, we lament the passing of an icon and others punt a new unproven and apparently from what I read here on the forum, not the replacement for another icon in it's stable.
    ...
  6. Re: Pajero given the final nail in the coffin......what a shame

    As Tom mentioned, horses for courses. I don't want a Defender 90, even for free but I will buy a shorty 3.2 Paj, without even seeing it.

    EDIT: Talking about shorties, I don't want a Prado either....
  7. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Yesterday two batches was done, stuff with yeast and only mollasses. Running Knersus on full "reflux" on the spirit run resulted in a 71% on my mates meter.

    I tried a teaspoon of cooking oil in...
  8. Replies
    100
    Views
    9,811

    Re: So I took the plunge

    Wynand, I will see what courier cost will be to my neck of the woods on Monday, being in not a major city centre it is a bit more dear to ship stuff from your valley.

    I do have a tame crowd on my...
  9. Replies
    4,234
    Views
    1,149,518

    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    I suspect your dash computer might telling phibs..

    Edit: Or is that "fibs"

    Blerrie Engelse taal.
  10. Replies
    6
    Views
    501

    Re: Nutribullet vs Milex blender

    Being none of the above, I would be at a great disadvantage to try and form an opinion with regards to your question.
  11. Replies
    62
    Views
    5,166

    Re: camping sites open?

    No mention of strippers either. Sounds like a dump then.

    :)
  12. Re: Pajero given the final nail in the coffin......what a shame

    Now more than 35 years as it is an oldish clip. Four generations of the Pajero and their owners talking about their cars. Apologies, I know I have posted this in another thread, or two.

    ...
  13. Re: Pajero given the final nail in the coffin......what a shame

    I was fortunate to be able to keep my 3.2 Triton Clubcab when I bought our second hand 3.2 Paj which like you have always thought "when I grow up one day" it will be on the cards.
  14. Re: Pajero given the final nail in the coffin......what a shame

    From the link posted:

    "MORE Mitsubishi's big SUV sales surge

    It sells less than half of the tally of its smaller stablemate, the Pajero Sport, but itís almost outselling the much more modern...
  15. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    While pouring the Blonde's licorice stuff for her, I noticed it has has a lovely colour to it.
  16. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    I learnt quickly with the previous much less intricate setup to check, double check and then before the heat is switched on to stop and check again that everything is where it should be :)
  17. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    So the upgrade was done and it runs well. We had an agonising time trying to get this done and sorted, the pipe ( sourcing) and the new urn lid were the main problems. Every time we thought this is...
  18. Re: 2015 SWB Paj - about to pull the trigger

    So it seems you made the fatal mistake of buying the Paj. Where are the pics and has your partner looked at you with dagger filled eyes yet, when mentioning you want to pop around to the shops for...
  19. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Thanks Gents, the new upgrade collum/ still has been named. Ran the second generation no yeast batch tonight, a first generation one to be done tomorrow, which is still plop-plopping in the bubbler...
  20. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    My liebig is done, starting to get excited :)

    I feel an urge to name the new column setup, but I guess it might be weird.

    Edit: my mate's handiwork, not mine.
  21. Replies
    24
    Views
    1,282

    Re: The 3 Fly Fly Box

    Are the saltwater hooligans allowed to post here :)
  22. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Maybe of interest for you Cole, this discusses yeasts and sugarcane juice fermentations.
    ...
  23. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    If I may be honest, carry on as you are doing Ettienne, nothing to see here regarding the urn, so just move along swiftly, which for a person's sanity and well being would be the best thing to do. ...
  24. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Haha Cole. My mate has built one column already and it is working like a bomb. I'll post some pics when mine is also complete.
  25. Replies
    787
    Views
    99,210

    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Should have bought the Ranger Nerd. I am going to cry myself to sleep because you bought another Mitsu ;D

    Congrats, lucky bugger you.
  26. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Yes, I am using whatever yeast is left over in the +- 3/4l of wash remains in the container.

    Working with molasses is a schlep as it is messy and sticky as you know, so what I found works well is...
  27. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Some valid points Estee.
  28. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    I sampled some of the second batch of molasses only rum which was fermented with backset and some of the previous ferment, with no yeast and the flavours are starting to develop nicely. From what I...
  29. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Hi Riaan, I am in the planning stages of building a reflux column, would you mind sharing your plans, mine uses a 2inch copper pipe, and i dont know how effective that will be.[/QUOTE]

    Hi David,...
  30. Replies
    3,027
    Views
    537,866

    Sticky: Re: Nature Photos for Comments & Criticism

    The ellies pic is a winner- composition is an "uneasy" one perhaps but that is what makes it work. The suggestion of movement and the slope of the mound ties it all together brilliantly. I can almost...
  31. Replies
    911
    Views
    121,184

    Re: Zululand Travels and Pictures

    A little south of the Tugela river, sugarcane being readied for the mill by burning.
  32. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    Thanks Cole, as always so many different ways of doing things. However, I will hang my head in shame if I had to call this end result "Jamaican Rum" and, with a fancy label and all try pass it off as...
  33. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    427,781

    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    As others have stated, 4H is safe to use permanently on tar Nico as Super Select is designed to do it and is an added safety aspect. I know it feels weird for us "toppies" who grew up with manual...
  34. Replies
    151
    Views
    8,579

    Re: Home distilling rum

    I must have misplaced it Cole, can you send again please? Must mention that the flavours are developing with every new wash to the point of not wanting to add any flavour.
  35. Sticky: Re: Searching For Campsites,Backpackers,Places Of Interest, Mountain Passes And Eater

    Stunning Markus!
Results 1 to 35 of 999
Page 1 of 29 1 2 3 4