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    Re: RTTs and weight

    To start off, Anton I think you have an ideal set up for a soft top, practical, easy to set up and economical. One point that has not been mentioned is the extra drag and wind resistance. Having a...
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    Re: The truth about snowmaster

    That's no lie, I am definitely not going to vouch for or put my name on a dodgy product but in this case zi know the directors on a personal level and have seen how these units work under the skin so...
  3. Re: Looking for reputable heat pump supplier and installer

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/member.php/82636-Hilton-Melck Give Hilton a buzz I can personally vouch for his work, I have tested a whole lot of his installations, besides being competent he...
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    Re: The truth about snowmaster

    I don't want to call BS but I will say you do not know what you are talking about. Yes they have copied the rectangular box design with top access and wire baskets and that is where the similarity...
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    Re: The truth about snowmaster

    You should ask will engle repair it under guarantee>:D or repair it at all if it goes



    Peter you are wrong go check your specs again and their service back up. I am still waiting for a quote...
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    Re: Geyser timer for borehole pump

    Usually a DOL starter with properly set overloads should protect but most of the set ups I have seen just had a contactor
  7. Thread: Pvc repair

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    Re: Pvc repair

    PVC weld used by plumbers is a completely different kind of glue, it will merrily melt plumbing pipes and make a super strong joint. Tte pvc we use is a different chapter all together, Genkem make a...
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    Re: Transporting Dogs Safely

    My girl also used to sit in front with me like that untill............one evening a drunk idiot walked out in front of me and I had to brake harder than hard, her head broke my windscreen :'(:'( I...
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    Re: Maximum load on roof rack

    Adding weight above the center of gravity can upset your handling hence the limit set by manufacturers. The mountings can handle 600kg and more with ease as long as the vehicle is not moving, then it...
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    Re: Buzzard Mountain Retreat

    My kind of camp and weekend break Thanks for sharing
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    Re: Stealth caravan gravel roader

    Thanks Roelof, if it is this one I am not impressed. They brag about their duplex steel and reinforced axle mountings for "harsh road conditions" but then they go and fit a rubber axle and to top it...
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    Re: My FYI Thread.

    Oil is rated at SAE *W **, what this means is that the Spec of this oil is in compliance to the Society of American Engineer's standard and that it is * viscosity in Winter and ** when at operating...
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    Re: Tiny Teardrop Camper Design & Build

    This is what the law says and pleas do not tell everybody about the birch plywood

    537444
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    Re: I bought a hatchet

    I wish I was closer then I would have tuned your axe and you can go back to building good food. You can still sharpen a dull axe but life's too short to eat bad food>:D
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    Re: Best oil for ECI MULTI V6 3000 Pajero

    Your new baby is an older geriatric, I am allowed to call her that as mine is even older>:D, having said that you must remember that your engine is 20 odd years old and oil technology has come a huge...
  16. Re: Food and mouth decease outbreak in the Caprivi

    No doc it is usually foot in mouth>:D
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    Re: I bought a hatchet

    Oil stinks? >:D
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    Re: Triton headlights and reverse lights

    Both my vehicles have LED work lights next to the numberplate connected to the reverse light. Works like a bomb just keep your normal reverse light in a working codition, I had a Natal clown speedcop...
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    Re: Look what I found

    You are so right, they are doing their best to get rid of that stigma. They have different tiers of goods, if you want cheap they can give you cheap and if you want quality they can deliver at a...
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    Re: DIY Mini camping caravan build

    Is that project Binky?
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    Re: I bought a hatchet

    Historically they were made from truck and bus springs and beaten to submission on a 16lb hammer head anvil that was set in the ground on top of a large stone. My closest equivalent was the 1400...
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    Re: Brakes on Toyota Surf

    Also check your suspension bushes and rubbers, if they are getting tired they can allow the right front wheel to move ever so slightly back under braking. This will allow the vehicle to veer to the...
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    Re: I bought a hatchet

    I took a 1400 bakkie's rear blade spring, lit a fire in my wheel rim forge that is powered by an antique vacuum cleaner and gently massaged the yellow hot blade with a 4lb hammer to accept the curves...
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    Re: SJ 410 electronic ignition

    Kettering is out and carburetors are a thing of the past. People who know how to properly tune them are few and far between mostly in old age homes>:D

    Lumenition is just on of the options, there...
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    Re: Tiny Teardrop Camper Design & Build

    Re: Tiny Teardrop Camper Design & Build


    Ek dog dis TINY>:D>:D
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    Re: Recycling Battalion

    Looks like a workable solution, 1l of fuel per kg of plastic. Next question is how much input needed like electricity and such.
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    Re: SJ 410 electronic ignition

    What are you hoping to achieve, why do you want to replace the Kettering system.
  28. Re: Fooling Around with a Middle Aged Gypsy.......with Pics

    Ek sou 2 keer dink om 12v bedrading te gebruik vir 220V dit is nie geskik en kan .....sal dalk 'n skokkende ondervinding wees moenie met krag peuter as jy nie seker is nie
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    Re: Tiny Teardrop Camper Design & Build

    Shorty Aka Renier aka SAUK on forum is in Cape town.

    One of the good guys not a BSer.

    I have alerted him to this so if he does not surface pm me and I will give you his number
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    Re: DIY Mini camping caravan build

    Nou bou jy ;D Belangriker as enige eind produk
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    Re: August long weekend camping

    Riaan daai kos van jou maak my elke keer honger as ek net kyk. Dit is emosionele teistering>:D
  32. Re: Led lenser - crap product - crap after sales service

    Not serious, thought pinkfoot might be keeping you busy>:D
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    Re: August long weekend camping

    I am considering it myself, mall the food #### he is posting in the It are Time fred. I wanted to Ban him but Dirk did not agree now maybe if I go down and gently massage his head with a 4 lb...
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    Re: Larger wheels on a Venter

    Mike your reference makes for informative reading but...... applied to cars. Counterman is mostly about the effect of larger wheels on the car (loose term for suv bakkie 4x4) and on most of their...
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    Re: Frozen Snoek - What to do?

    Best part is that a pap snoek is rigid when you buy it where the ones that are more supple are usually the good ones, too supple and it is a vrot snoek just do not call it that in front of the local...
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