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    Re: Large frying pan / skillet

    Peter, as mentioned in the "IT are time" thread I'm in your valley on Wednesday, I can collect your pan and sort it out for you. If you want.
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    The white and grey lorrie visiting friends at a camp site.
  3. Re: Thinking about Gen3 (3.2 DID) Lexus conversion

    Complete with pump and turbo yes and I think alternator. Aircon compressor not as far as I know.
  4. Re: Thinking about Gen3 (3.2 DID) Lexus conversion

    Japan Auto has both the versions of the 3.2Did in stock.

    Common Rail - R37500
    Non common rail - R4500 ( which the OP's car has I think?)
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    Sticky: Re: Nature Photo's for Comments & Criticism

    Lovely pic Peter!!
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    Sticky: Re: Bird Identification

    Enjoy iMfolozi Raceway, great time of the year to be in Zululand now.
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    Re: Caravan camping in Northern KZN.

    Once you have decided where to go let me know Paul? I am often out and about in the area and can pop around and say howdy. Maybe show you around a bit also.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Not so sure Gif, in my view the animals/ humans have to play a much less prominent role in the frame to have an inkling towards landscape.

    I have seen some people say landscapes have to have...
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    Sticky: Re: Bird photo's for comment & crit

    The hornbill is a lovely portrait Gif!
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    That's good to hear Peter, I was referring the Photomatix programme but that has also improved I guess over the years.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    The HDR precooked recipes have never looked good for me either, therefore I have learnt to blend exposures manually.
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    Re: So who is going camping this weekend?

    I hope you meet up with forum member Leeubok, he lives in Ithala. One of the nicest guys you could want to meet.
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    Re: Bedourie Camp Oven in 4WD Action

    One will have to sort something out like with DHL. I have investigated and tried to introduce the pot to some of the main importers and marketing people for camping equipment in SA, approached a few...
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    Re: Caravan camping in Northern KZN.

    Some pics from a recent trip trip past Bahati in Hluhluwe. Friends of mine were there the weekend and also said it is a great place.

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    Re: Caravan camping in Northern KZN.

    We don't camp with a caravan but Bonamanzi or Bahati are popular venues for them I have seen and noted. It is close enough to Mkhuze or Sodwana for a day trip and also St Lucia/ Cape Vidal, the...
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Ja not too bad Peter ::):p

    Out of interest, one frame with lifted shadows? There is some serious dynamic range in that pic.
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Ok at that price I would have bought it yesterday. Seems cheap though?
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    Re: NMI Pietermaritzburg closing March

    That is bad - there goes the Merc truck sales also.
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    Re: NMI Pietermaritzburg closing March

    So the whole dealership closed and not just Mitsu side?
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Depending on the price I would have no hesitation.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    An appealing pic Gif, a bit dark for my taste though but lovely as is, regardless. The light after the sun has slipped below the horizon is so fleeting that two minutes between frames can make a...
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Great news Gif.
  23. Re: New SA bakkie on display in Nasrec - Brandt BRV

    A truly South African product, built by what seems like upstanding okes who are serious about their vehicle and have produced what looks like a really capable machine.

    Maar ons kla en kerm oor...
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    Re: Zululand Travels and Pictures

    A morning rainbow, Empangeni.
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Must say I'm quite impressed with Mitsu's handling of the 2.5 motor issue. No stories, no questions, ons maak reg.

    Well done Mitsubishi!
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    Re: Zululand Travels and Pictures

    Thank you Sir.
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    Re: Zululand Travels and Pictures

    Mangrove boardwalk, Mlalazi.
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    The Paj, back from Durban till Sunday when it takes the family there again for the week. It just does what needs to be done in these trying times and is the rock we stand on. What a dependable family...
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    A brief description of the the different "types or styles" of landscapes which are: representational, impressionistic and abstract.

    https://www.photographytips.com/page.cfm/77
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    Re: Zululand Travels and Pictures

    iMfolozi Game Reserve.
  31. Re: Chernobyl - a wildlife haven. Would you go?

    https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/david-mcmillan-chernobyl/index.html

    It must be an eerie feeling to experience these "time capsules"
  32. Re: VW Amarok 17" - HANKOOK or General Grabbers

    The new Grabber AT3's are surprisingly quiet, both my bakkie and SUV are wearing them.
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    Re: Strange front tyre wear 2012 Hilux

    Thanks Kish, I will let him know. My bakkie ( different brand) has much more km's on than his and the front shocks are original, yet this has never happened, therefore we were thinking it might be...
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    Sticky: Re: Bird photo's for comment & crit

    Very nice indeed Gif!
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    Re: Marius's Gen4 Pajero life thread

    Compared to the Pajero, the 3.2 sounds even more like a tractor in the Triton;D
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