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  1. Re: Tentco Bundu Canopy- please post your pics/ setup/ tips

    No rush....no problem.
  2. Re: Tentco Bundu Canopy- please post your pics/ setup/ tips

    How about R2k for a forumite?
    That is R1k off new.

    It is going to white elephant there by me.
  3. Re: Tentco Bundu Canopy- please post your pics/ setup/ tips

    I am going to advertise it in classifieds tomorrow. All this talk just pushed me to an awning....:)

    EDIT: Advertised in Classifieds
  4. Re: Tentco Bundu Canopy- please post your pics/ setup/ tips

    Unfortunately my plan might only work with a standalone setup. I did buy the extra pole on the vehicle side and where my idea came from. My camping these days is very simple and I think an awning is...
  5. Re: Tentco Bundu Canopy- please post your pics/ setup/ tips

    My plan was to take a Sidewall pole which already has two eye ends.

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    The centre tent pole(s) has a protrusion same as the poles for the sidewall. Since the sidewall poles are telescopic,...
  6. Re: Tentco Bundu Canopy- please post your pics/ setup/ tips

    Mounted on the side of my DC and pitched with only one side-wall.

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    Re: ASPW on intercoolers....

    Friend of mine many, many, many years ago "toor-ed" his Mazda B2500 single cab bakkie and part of his mod was to run his aircon air into the intercooler or the intake manifold, I cannot remember. I...
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    Re: How to know when the power is back?

    Wire in a separate 1A circuit breaker from the incoming mains and run a cable connected to a light/buzzer/chime inside the house?
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    Re: ASPW on intercoolers....

    :);)
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    Re: ASPW on intercoolers....

    Air behaves in a fluid manner, meaning particles naturally flow from areas of higher pressure to those where the pressure is lower.
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    Re: ASPW on intercoolers....

    I am not an aerodynamics engineer and don't even drive a Land Cruiser but I am sure Toyota engineers put a lot of thought into the design...

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    And for his racing car theory...well... ...
  12. Thread: Ford 4x4

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    Re: Ford 4x4

    Looking at the used bakkie prices now, I got my XLS at a very good price.
  13. Thread: Ford 4x4

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    Re: Ford 4x4

    ;D :)
  14. Thread: Ford 4x4

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    Re: Ford 4x4

    Looking at the XLT, it is quite a bit extra for an 8" screen, leather, 17" rims, some connection comforts and chrome bits. It is however very nice but everyone doesn't want the same thing. As nice as...
  15. Thread: Ford 4x4

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    Re: Ford 4x4

    Needing a bakkie more than an SUV, I traded my Everest in on a Ranger 2.2 XLS, 2016 model, my second Ranger.
    I chose my previous Ranger XL and Everest with 2.2 engines. Never had any issues and it...
  16. Re: Terrible experience at Nissan Menlyn dealership

    Siende die draad nou oor Toyota gaan, en basies reeds ontspoor is wil ek net weet of Fortuners en Hilux's met rigtingwysers of 'n flikker-arm toegerus is want ek sien hulle word nooit gebruik...
  17. Thread: CMH Dodginess

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    Re: CMH Dodginess

    Only saw your post now. Seems his gearbox issue was sorted.
    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php/322789-Wildtrak-2-0-Bi-turbo?p=4279602&highlight=#post4279602


    On topic:
    I found...
  18. Thread: Aspw lc79 300

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    Re: Aspw lc79 300

    Ronnie's contributions has become a bit "watered down" for me and I am not a fan of the "Fire to Fork" guys he features a lot in his videos.
    ASPW at least does some nice videography and his...
  19. Thread: Ford T6 parts

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    Re: Ford T6 parts

    How do one get parts out of a manufacturing plant? Secondly I would first want to know Mr David's position in the plant and how Mr. David got hold of the parts. Are they sold at the Ford Plant or Mr...
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    Re: Dometic CF80 spares-CPT

    Very welcome.;)
    Hope they can sort you. I am collecting my fan tomorrow. :)
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    Re: Dometic CF80 spares-CPT

    I am just busy with Dometic JHB for a cooling fan for my old Waeco CDDF35.
    Phone 087-353-0381

    Maybe they can assist from JHB side.
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    Re: Kruger travel time - Letaba to Berg en Dal

    I will go insane. There is no way I can stay in one place for longer than 2, maybe 3 days. My mom always said to me: "Jou gat juk!!" (I have an itch and can never sit still)

    My longest trip to...
  23. Re: BFG underinflating caused delamination of sidewalls?

    Took me 3 minutes....

    https://www.bfgoodrich.co.za/auto/help-and-advice/faq-4wd-tips



    Seems the dealer and rep gave the OP "Thee old rope-a-dope". Projected the problem onto the OP.... :mad:...
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    Re: Kruger travel time - Letaba to Berg en Dal

    Left Letaba 04:39
    Stopped at Satara: 20mins
    Stopped at Tshokwane breakfast: 30mins
    Made a call from Skukuza: 10mins
    Stopped at Afsaal: 15mins - Built a sandwich for lunch...
    Arrived Berg en Dal...
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    Re: Kruger travel time - Letaba to Berg en Dal

    Your trip to Berg en Dal is a game drive. That is how I see it. I have done that trip quite a few times.
    Will check if I have my track logs and post it here.
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    Sticky: Re: FORD /MAZDA Trade Thread .

    Hi gents.
    I am looking for side steps for my 2016 Ranger DC. Anyone that replaced theirs with rock sliders, please let me know if you are willing to sell them to me.

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  27. Re: charging or operating a laptop with a modified sine wave inverter?

    Never had issues with my modified sine 350 and 500w. I have 2 batteries that I use for camping and load shedding.
    Load shedding I watch TV, run the router, charge Laptop and run Apple TV.
    Camping...
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    Re: Fuel guage accuracy

    Thanks for that heads-up. Then I will go Letaba-Olifants maybe Punda.
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    Re: Fuel guage accuracy

    Personally I'd rather have tank-full than tank-empty. Unfortunately I cannot speak from experience since I do not tow, but maybe monitor over a few tanks of fuel and see where you are comfortable to...
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    Re: Fuel guage accuracy

    It is more a mix of curiosity and mostly some OCD.... ;)
    ...and people ask me why I am still single.

    This I do mostly on long trips. If I did this everyday, it would probably better qualify as...
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    Re: Biking the national parks

    https://www.sanparks.org/parks/bontebok/tourism/general.php

    Vehicle Restrictions
    Powerboats and quad bikes are not allowed.
    Motorcycles are allowed in the park.
    The driving speed limit in the...
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    Re: Biking the national parks

    Very welcome! ;) ;)

    Safe travels. :)
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    Re: Biking the national parks

    From Sanparks Site:

    Agulhas National Park Motorcycle friendly
    Golden Gate Highlands National Park Motorcycle friendly
    Karoo National Park Motorcycles allowed after prior arrangement...
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    Re: Fuel guage accuracy

    The profile is actually generated in Garmin MapSource.

    I import my tracks from my GPS for the whole trip and combine them. MapSource then generates the trip profile which gives km's travelled,...
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    Re: Fuel guage accuracy

    I hear you. You just got the new XLS Auto (2.2 I assume)? Are these figures in town, long distance or combined? Are you concerned about the range indication or more about the fuel consumption?
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