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    Re: Newbie advise please

    By the sounds of it, I'd rather stay away.
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    Re: Design /drawing in 3d

    Fusion 360

    Why?
    Because there are a ton of videos available to teach you.
    And it's free for the tinkerer.
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    Re: 2013 300 Dteq Electric driver seat

    Do you have a photo of the plastic gear?
  4. Re: Some more thinking... Some more of your thoughts please.

    Based on my opinion,

    Doubt I need to explain the air suspension portion?

    Colleagues at work had the 6 cylinder just out of warranty drove back from the coast towing through the pass. Engine...
  5. Re: Some more thinking... Some more of your thoughts please.

    Lovely vehicle but...

    My two biggest gripes:

    Air Suspension
    That V6 might not be as reliable as what you think

    But in saying this if you plan on driving it for 5yrs and then flocking it,...
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    Re: September brekkie run 27 September

    Sorry won't be able to attend. I'll be sipping sun-downers while watching the crocodile river8-)
  7. Re: October Brekkie Run (Double the Breakfast, Double the fun!)

    Haha okay, I see what you mean. Well you can put me down as tentative will first have to see how things pan out.
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    How do you get so many names so quickly? Is there like a cult or something I don't know about?>:D
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    Re: Looking for old Nuvi 610 or same size nuvi

    Does it have to be the 610? What about a 310?
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Goeie genugtig nie geweet brewing was n extreme sport nie
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    Re: Coleman event shelter any good?

    Reviving this thread as I am in the market for a Gazebo\Shelter and was looking at these. Seems quite positive from what I have read.
    Anything else to take into consideration?
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    Re: Homebuild trailer

    As Henk said above 750kg must be braked. You could go ask around at some of the trailer manufacturers in your area, they are some times willing to license a trailer on your behalf.
    But they take the...
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    Re: (W) Trailer Axle and leave springs

    I'm confused your first post you saying "not so standard axle and leaf springs". But then you say you just lazy measuring them does that mean you have already checked to see if Birquip can supply...
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    Re: Metalian Genie Super Thread

    mentholated spirits?
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    Still no photos, haha
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    Re: Off-road caravan build

    Thanks for the info, much appreciated.
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    Re: Off-road caravan build

    Where can I find out more about this.
    The NRCS website is not very forthcoming
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    Think I heard it late at night as well, but then again Stranger was my camping neighbor.;D
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    I also would like to send a thanks out to the organizing( Estee, Condor) party and everybody that made it such an enjoyable outing with lots of laughter, just what we needed after this lockdown....
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Lyk my hoe stywer hy is hoe lekkerder gaan dit wees
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    Camp setup

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200829/ce20bd58964eba604f8473262a9b33d9.jpg
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200829/de37ce71f22835dba67601a5c79ed2e1.jpg
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    Hehe >:D
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    Estee maybe I can entice you a little.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200828/eccbfd90edddfa49a1b8cde676e71fdd.jpg
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    Re: So who is going camping this weekend?

    Gauteng GTG Spookpruit one nighter.
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    I'm sure you can pull a miracle out that bandanna of yours
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Hey pa, hy loop soos stroop vinnig my liter ge polish.
    Baie gas as ek die doppie knak maar ja ek kan sien hoe nog n week hom gaan verbeter.

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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Ok, so ek het nou so leftovers ennetjie in gesit. Sal kyk hoe proe hy vanmiddag.
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    Re: 3D Printers and PA6 CF30 filament

    Does printing time reduce when using this type of filament?
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    Re: August brekkie run - with a difference

    Jeep seems to be sorted guys. New thermostat just installed took it for a spin don't see any leak, so I'm ready! ;D
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Ah, ok dankie.
    Lyk my ek is maar op die 2 week budget vir nou
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    HAha, ok vinnge een so as mens Kegs gebruik soos in Dewald se prentjie moet extra CO2 in gestoot word? Of hoe werk On Tap dan?
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Ek is nie goed met die wag game nie. Maar ek wag eeder as om flat bier te drink
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    I bottled on Saturday so can I put one in the fridge now for tasting later?
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Soon soon,
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    Re: Oblong, angled light for a canopy

    Yeah we used these above the doors they not angled but I set them to amber and that works quite nicely. The only problem I have with them is that condensate gets on the inside then it doesn't work so...
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