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  1. Re: Booyzynkraal Bush Camp - 30 km north of Witbank in Olifantsriver Gorge

    "No music. not even softly". Exactly my kind of place. Need to wait until February to take delivery of my caravan and then book!

    Thanks.
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    Re: New tire dilemma

    Just bought 2 Goodyear Wrangler 265/60/18 to fit my Imagine Comfortvan, R 2260.00 a piece. Mightily impressed, sorry I never put them on my Hilux.
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    Gardena Roll Flat Hose 15 m in a Cassette

    Looking to buy one of these, cannot find in SA, anyone able to help?
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    Re: Canopy for overlanding

    Interesting. I looked on the RSI website, phoned the Pinetown office to clarify a few points. Was told that I can only order an Extended Cab canopy from the Cape Town office? Asked how I get this...
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    Re: Spare wheel braai grid.. Who uses it?

    Sounds like you have answered your own question.
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    Re: New alu/ steel canopy: Cape Town

    Cannot find a link on the Metalian website to canopies. Anyone able to help me out?
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    Re: Share your DIY Camping gadgets

    Please do this technically challenged would be an electrician a favour and post a list of parts as well as source. I would love to build myself a box.
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    Got this Sourdough waxed.
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    Re: KB280 Front seats

    Gumtree, search Isuzu Frontier "stripping for spares", you may need to travel!
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    Eventually some success. Tastes fantastic.
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    Re: Which birding app for my iPad?

    Dudley makes a good point. I have the Sasol and Roberts. Initially I stayed clear of the Roberts app and used Sasol, however after becoming frustrated with the Sasol's lack of features, started by...
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    Re: Nightmare on wheels

    Yup. Your first loss is your best loss. Stay away from the rabbit hole.
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    Re: Ek het nie besef dit is so baie werk nie.

    I would wait and see how it turns out over time, perhaps the copper changes to a colour you don't like, the boss may change her mind? Easy enough to redo and then coat.
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    Re: After how many punctures to buy new tyres?

    Iíve got cheap Chinese tyreís that came with my Prado. 40k kmís, hardly any wear, no punctures and stick to the road like you know what. Smooth and quiet on tar as well.
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    First some sourdough discard flat bread. Pretty good if I say so myself.
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    Re: Voer jy voŽls in jou kamp?

    You make a good point. My wife feeds the garden birds with seed and occasionally fruit. She has a weaver who has been there for years who now comes to the other side of the house and calls her when...
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    After a few false starts Iím about to try baking a loaf.
  18. Thread: Upright fridge?

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    Re: Upright fridge?

    I find I put stuff on top of my chest shape NL so it's a case of move it too.
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    Re: How to fight monkeys and baboons

    Would Admin please change the title of this thread to "How to start a fight between forum members over monkeys and baboons"
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    Re: Living in Midstream

    Too close to Tembisa, poor air quality, in the middle of nowhere. But that's just me.
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    Re: Stripped Bolt Removal ?

    That is really not expensive. Buy a drill, drill bit, punch, hammer, extractor, and then try not to damage anything. Yes some of us have the tools and can do but some don't. I am thinking about...
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    Re: Should I keep it?

    Keep your money in your pocket, or, keep your powder dry as the saying goes. I have to agree with jelo, we have not seen the end of trouble here in this fair land of ours!
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    Re: Converting old slides to Digital images

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxlaY8Z9ItI
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    Re: Converting old slides to Digital images

    I have a very good condition, decent slide projector that I was going to donate to the SPCA. If anyone wants to buy it from me I will give the cash to them. Its a Reflecta, made in Germany with a few...
  25. Thread: Wys jou brood!

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    Re: Wys jou brood!

    Getting better.

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    Re: Looking to make the move to a hilux

    Stephen tank size may be different on your model, I have the Dakar Extra cab 2.8 and have run out of diesel, only managed to put 76 lt in on that occasion? A mate towed me to the garage with a...
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    Re: Prado 150: 4.0 Petrol vs 2.8 Diesel

    I'm not convinced and I own both, the Prado has 180k km on the clock and it goes like new. The 2.8 extra cab 50k km. Prado is faster at top end, not sure about acceleration, I can't drive both at the...
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    Re: Prado 150: 4.0 Petrol vs 2.8 Diesel

    I have never sat in my V6 and thought "I wish I could drive up onto the pavement whilst idling!" I guess we all buy the vehicles we do to do different things.
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    Re: Do these battery charger gadgets actually work?

    Even more amazing is that whilst propelling the average family car, it also charges the battery!
  30. Thread: Wys jou brood!

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    Re: Wys jou brood!

    I tried and failed miserably. Can you be so kind as to give us a masterclass or point us in the right direction. Thanks.
  31. Thread: Gas cylinders

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    Re: Gas cylinders

    Not mine. Problem is you may have trouble finding someone to refill an older cylinder.
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    KZN Ezemvelo Wildlife Resorts

    Trying to book at iNjisuthi in the Drakensburg and booking page skips to September, tried a few other reserves and the same. Do they usually close for July and August? Is it a Covid thing, do they...
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    Re: Worse luck on oil change

    Stephen forgive me if I am being assumptive here but I see you list your location in Midrand, if true, surely it would have been far easier to just take the vehicle to a Midrand VW dealer? The...
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    Re: Drinking vessels

    I have to disagree with you, I have three Atlasware flasks and while I cannot deny that they do work they are not as good as others, for example, Stanley flasks.
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    Re: Jonathan from Centurion

    I think you got yourself a nice vehicle there Jonathan, enjoy. Well done for persisting and getting the repair done, hats off to you, you will fit right in here with that can do attitude.
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