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    Re: Prado 120 - living with and little fixes

    Talking about a cracked dash. Can it be fixed or replaced?
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    Re: Snake Season has begun

    On our varanda last night. 599430
  3. Thread: Tierkop....

    by Magnaman
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    Re: Tierkop....

    Wit Wolf and myself went up to the lookout one night with Wit Wolf's wife's beetle.
    Had quite a lot of dop in ons lywe.
    Beetle was never the same again.
    This was in 1991 I think.
  4. Thread: Magoebaskloof

    by Magnaman
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    Re: Magoebaskloof

    Alle paaie het hekke wat gesluit is. Gaan ry eerder die Houtbos dorp pad.
  5. Re: Graskop/Sabie/Blyde/Pilgrims Secluded camping

    https://www.facebook.com/The-Chubby-Pig-Bourkes-Luck-261255197899093/
  6. Re: Graskop/Sabie/Blyde/Pilgrims Secluded camping

    Or Phone York Timbers in Sabie and book Christmas pools.
  7. Re: Graskop/Sabie/Blyde/Pilgrims Secluded camping

    Try The Chubby Pig next to the Treur River close to Dinkie.
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    Re: Cooling when Camping

    Remove all clothing. Fixed.
  9. Thread: Mariepskop

    by Magnaman
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    Re: Mariepskop

    Blyde picnic spot.
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    Re: Tankwa Karoo Nasionale Park

    This happens at about 80km/hr and mostly the left back Tyre is damaged.
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    Re: Best route to Graskop/Pilgrimsrest

    Last choice. Hendriksdal route.
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    Re: Gum Poles, for Jungle Gym

    Gang nails should not be nessesary.
    Hardware shops should keep some.
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    Re: Gum Poles, for Jungle Gym

    The plate in the picture is not a gang nail. It is a satas tag.
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    Re: Gum Poles, for Jungle Gym

    Called gang nails.

    Poles thinner than 5cm should not split at the ends.
    Depending on the age of the poles further splitting should not occur, thick poles however will split so rather nail some...
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    Re: Gum Poles, for Jungle Gym

    Supporting a thief?
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    Re: Gum Poles, for Jungle Gym

    https://agmtimberwarehouse.co.za/product-range/cca-treated-timber/
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    Re: Lion (extra strong) matches

    Molelo for example.
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    Re: Lion (extra strong) matches

    As a pipe smoker I only use matches.
    Lion used to be good quality.
    They were made of popular. The wood was treated with a chemical that prevents the burnt match to completely burn out to ash...
  19. Thread: Tandoor Oven

    by Magnaman
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    Re: Tandoor Oven

    Tandoor. 563948
  20. Re: Stainless steel braai grids - do's and dont's

    Do not expose you stainless steel grid to flames.
    It will start rusting.
    Clean with sunlight soap after every braai.
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    Re: Fire fighter build fred

    Called back burning. Very dangerous in windy conditions.
    A very good tool for light fuel fires is a petrol driven blower. You actually blow the fire out.
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    Re: Fire fighter build fred

    For grass fires high pressure low volume is best. You can get very far extinguishing a grass fire with above system, especially if availability of water is a problem.
    Heavy fuel fires like forest...
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    Re: Wild Camping basics

    Wild camping indeed. 555247
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    Re: Maputo bypass road.

    Any updates on the road.
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    Charging AA, AAA batteries.

    What charger is available to charge AA, AAA and conventional rechargable torch batteries from my 12v source. I do not want to use an inverter.
    Where do I find rechargable torch batteries.
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    Re: Preventing theft of solar panels

    Energiser.
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    Re: mattress: Roof top tent.

    Buy the pack of interlocking foam rubber tiles at Makro and place beneath the mattress.
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    Re: Going off grid

    After some searches came to realise that the gas/ electric freezers are very expensive to run on either gas or electric. 700g gas per 24 gourd is not cheap.
    As the electric side uses an element and...
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    Re: Going off grid

    Which chest freezer to get?
    Solar, gas, gas/ electric/ solar, are there gas/ compressor combinations available?
    Who can give advice?
    250L chest freezer preferred.
  30. Re: Motorists vs Cyclists interesting court judgement

    I seldom see a cyclist stop at a stop street.
    As a motorised road user my vehicle needs to have mirrors, indicators, and all sorts of other requirements. The vehicle as well as the operator even...
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    Re: Prado 120 shocks

    I think the original shocks are also Monroe.
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    Re: Prado 120 shocks

    Monroe R6300 front and back.
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    Re: Evacuated tubes vs plate

    Replace your glycol.
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    Re: Hoedspruit to graskop via mariepskop pass.

    Yes I have. No secrets.
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    Re: Preheating water inlet to geyser

    The water in the panels are circulated from the geyser through the panels back to the geyser at a very low flow rate by either thermosyphoning or by use of a pv drivin pump.
    In so doing gradually...
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