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    Re: Engines have come a long way!

    The early Daihatsu Charades were also 3 cylinders if my memory serves me right. Frisky little things they were too, for the day
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    Re: Engines have come a long way!

    My Lancia Fulvia 1.3S had a very Narrow V4 design, very high revs, a beautifully simplistic design and very compact.
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    Re: Engines have come a long way!

    They most certainly have come a long way.....

    https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/Sturgess_and_Towlson

    and a scale model here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifUdlXBQmuE

    My families connection...
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    Re: JHB -> Botswana -> Zambia -> Tanzania -> Rwanda

    Glad you safely back Tim.
  5. Thread: Tourist Vandals?

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    Re: Tourist Vandals?

    Gents, relax. I live here (SA) and have seen numerous photos of this building and always thought it was just an abandoned house. I had no idea until this incident, that it was an historic station.
    ...
  6. Re: Insurgents apparently seize Mocimboa da Praia? Any confirmation?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wagner_Group

    Mozambique[edit]In early August 2019, the Wagner Group received a contract with the government of Mozambique over two other private military companies,...
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    Re: DIY Mini camping caravan build

    I really enjoy following your progress Anton

    It ''Sparks Joy'' as my First Wife would say ;D
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    Re: How do I make Bananas last longer?

    Oops, sorry, misunderstood title of thread, I thought it said how to make Brannas last longer............. ;D

    Shows where my head is on a Monday morning :o

    ;D
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    Re: Greetings from Mud Island

    Looking forward to seeing you on IAT ;D
  10. Thread: Baguette

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    Re: Baguette

    Anyhoo, how did it taste?

    Thats the main thing
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    Re: Baguette

    Not an expert and hope Emmie will pop by to let us know her thoughts.

    One reason is it might not have risen sufficiently as Baguettes usually have quite a bit of air in them.
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Sorry, a bit late but I dont think so. Its a popular route.
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Dependent on your experience and the direction you do it from you should be good to go. From the Maanhaanrand side, the major obstacles where some guiding might be required are on the decent. Coming...
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    Re: Metalian placed 8th in South Africa

    It would be a bugger (smelly) if you are behind Campmaster Trailers :o

    ;D
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    Re: JHB -> Botswana -> Zambia -> Tanzania -> Rwanda

    Sorry to hear Tim. You will need to clarify the transborder restrictions with the relevant authorities who, granted, might not know themselves or might have their own interpretation of what they are....
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    Re: Stainless steel braai grids - do's and dont's

    I follow, rightly or wrongly, the US BBQ train of thought and dont clean the grids or inside of the Webers. I watched a BBQ programme where one well known BBQ company knocked down their 60 year old...
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Careful, I might decide to move into your neighborhood and ''Bogan'' it ;D
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - April 2020

    In.

    FIL in his Disco might join again so it could be 2x vehicles and 4 ppl
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - April 2020

    And if I promise not to set up my brekkie spot next to you will that change your mind? ;D
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    These buggers didnt tell me when to engage 4x4 so I did it in 2wd high range

    ;-)
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking, Hedge has asked me to do the Precis on the Brekkie Run. So I looked up the meaning of the word and found it is ''a summary or abstract of a speech or text''....
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Some phodies. The aerial shot of the convoy at the look out point is courtesy of Ian (I think)



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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Great Community, great People

    Cheers

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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Morning, my BIL and MIL will be joining in a Disco also
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    Re: Would you help someone in distress? My story….

    My understanding is that one of the benefits of the dual battery system is that you can, in an emergency, use the second battery. This is even advocated by a number of experienced YouTubers as being...
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    Re: Eish! The old Suuz

    Peter, I am not familiar with the Isuzu mechanism but two common systems from that era would be either an elliptical gear with lever system or a cable system (there were others but those were common)...
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    Re: Would you help someone in distress? My story….

    This event piqued my interest in terms of the legal standpoint of refusing to assist a person in distress. It might be interesting to note that SA does not have a Good Samaritan Law or Law of Rescue...
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    Re: MTN Hello World Data Bundle

    Search on FB, the Expat Zambia pages. A certain network provider wasnt the flavour of the month although this might have changed. Disappearing data was the major issue
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    Re: KZN GTG Mlalazi/ Ongoye Forest 1-3 May 2020

    Thanks Henk, you described it to me in such detail that the photos are what I was visioning, now even more excited for this GTG. Real pity you and J wont be able to join us as I was hoping to get to...
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    Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Attached is the GTG programme but also guidelines and pointers for events organised under the auspices of the community.

    These are not rules and regulations. They make explicit what the majority...
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    Re: Tar Removal Metallic paint

    Thanks to all for the suggestions.

    I will revert with the method and results

    Cheers
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    Re: Best sidewall Tyre available...

    This will be a trade-off

    As sidewall ply is increased, footprint length decreases at 1.2 and 0.8 bar and weight will increase

    If the Polyamide in the construction increases, sidewall bulge at...
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    Re: Tyre Selection Data Tables

    Bump
  35. Re: Gauteng East Monthly G2G Braai Thursday 5th March 2020

    Stoppit!

    ;D

    Enjoy it Boet
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