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    Re: Very bad experience with NDM

    From reading the original post, one of the main problems is the amount of variation introduced during the process with an outcome which would have been expected.
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    Re: Earthen- cement oven

    Oh dear!

    :o
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    Re: Australian Swag tent

    6 grand for the IM, they smokin sumfin
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    Re: Earthen- cement oven

    You biscuit

    Thats going to be, without doubt, a machine of note
  5. Re: Bad Shot - The now legal Elephant hunt in Botswana

    Probably some lardass Janqui shot the collared animal by accident due to too much gun (for him/her) and not as much experience, contrary to the PH's instruction. PH now covering.
  6. Thread: Poncho

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    Re: Poncho

    Wahahahahahahhaahhahaha.......................... stadig Boet, stadig ;D
  7. Thread: Poncho

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    Re: Poncho

    Just checked. No tags on it. The inside is like a Drizzabone, oiled and the outside is a ticht nylon weave. Makes a good tarp also.

    I havent come across anything like it here.


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  8. Thread: Poncho

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    Re: Poncho

    In that bag of tricks I had at the GTG, I keep a poncho. I picked it up in Ireland a couple of years back. No name brand but I have been using it since 1994.
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    Re: Lightweight drawer system

    My approach also. I dont have a lot of space in the back of the H3 and sliders would have added cost and space so I kept it simple with Alu angle and a friction fit.
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    Re: Mtunzini/Richards Bay 4x4 route/trial

    Let me know when you do
  11. Thread: Survival

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    Re: Survival

    Cool. You might get some strange looks in the shop when you start measuring tin diameters to find the one that fits the bottle you have. ;D

    Get one that is slightly larger so that you can put the...
  12. Thread: Bush camps

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    Re: Bush camps

    Thanks Christoff
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    Re: Engine Braking vs Brakes

    This. If the brakes overheat they can fade, become ineffective or catch fire.
  14. Thread: Survival

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    Re: Survival

    The hanger in the neck of the water bottle and it has sufficient spring to hole the bottle with water over a fire.

    This can be hung from a stich above or from the side.

    Metal water bottles are...
  15. Thread: Survival

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    Re: Survival

    Hanger on the tin to heat watet or soups etc

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    Re: Survival

    Inside the cover:

    Waterbottle steel

    Tin can with 2 holes in it

    Hanger made from a wire coat hanger wrapped around a broom handle

    Water filtration sack
  17. Thread: Survival

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    Re: Survival

    As mentioned, my water bottle set up. 550239
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    Re: We Need Your Help! - New TDSA Website

    1. Hitting the back button on the browser takes you up the page you are on and not to the category menu. Try this on the face protectors page, if you scroll down through all of the styles available...
  19. Thread: Survival

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    Re: Survival

    Its a very good point. At the recent KZN GTG I gave a brief demo on some fire making items but drew a distinction between Survival fire making and Bushcraft fire making. I reiterated the BIC lighter...
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    Re: Survival

    Thats a very comprehensive kit Opsafari. I like that you mentioned specifically a stainless steel water bottle. I stay away from plastic for one reason, boiling water. I know there are demos of...
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    Re: Hilux 3.0 clutch slipping?

    If there is a flywheel inspection hole, (do they still put these on modern manual vehicles I wonder), a coke poured down there offers a good short term solution to a slipping clutch.

    I suppose...
  22. Thread: Slow leak

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    Re: Slow leak

    I thought you had run out of water and now you tell us you have a pool, or would it have been a mates pool? ;D

    A bit OT but I was at a party once in my youth where a Porsche ended up in the pool....
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    Re: When you really miss camping

    Wow, thats fantastic, she must have been in her element. So good to see RvW.
  24. Re: Cape Town to Nairobi 2019 - Itenaries, trip reports, etc

    Like button
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    Discovery 2: Re: Build and assembly of 4.6L V8

    Going to be a great thread
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    Re: Camp Master Safari Cooler vs Romer

    Thanks Gents

    I followed the Romer quality issue thread closely and was impressed with the follow ups from the factory.

    I have become fairly snoep in middle age ;D so if its possible to get the...
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    Camp Master Safari Cooler vs Romer

    Anyone done the comparison between the Camp Master and Romer cooler boxes?

    Makro offer the 60lt Camp Master at R 1 400.00 whereas the Romer goes for R 1 700.00 on Takealot.

    Which holds ice...
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    Re: Good morning, I'm happy to be here

    Hey, welcome
  29. Re: Springbok Boud on Grid - VERY nice and easy Recipe!!!

    Corriander
  30. Re: Springbok Boud on Grid - VERY nice and easy Recipe!!!

    Here is an Impala boudt from my garden on the outskirst of Lusaka. It was done in a Big Green Egg for an extended period, nearly 8 hours

    I leave the membranes on and make small incisions in the...
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    Re: Tiny Teardrop Camper Design & Build

    Unique, innovative and would work for me

    Excellent Viper
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    Discovery 2: Re: Disco 2 V8 will not go into low range

    As per the above. My D1 V8 Auto was also a bugger to get into LR but with some finagelling as mentioned it did.
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    Re: Tarp vs Gazebo- advice appreciated

    This is good inspiration

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WZRxnhgbxs
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    Re: Going camping - Tent advice

    I take it that you and the missus have camped before and enjoyed it so starting with a cost effective tent like a Camp Master is not required in order to keep the cost down in the event that you dont...
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    Re: Disappointed in Badplaas

    Where is the blerry Thanks button. From the real slim Shady narrative to Morne Skip, too many thankses to be given ;D
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