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    Re: Bad start to my day with the ROK

    And good riddance because of it. If you want to shoot people out of road rage, you definitely don't deserve a firearm.
  2. Thread: Wet Fortuner

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    Re: Wet Fortuner

    I had this problem in another car of mine. Turns out the fan vents that take in air was taking on water. The well in the black plastic under the windscreen was clogged with leaves and it caused the...
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    Re: Long overdue intro

    Yo Louis, welcome! ;)
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    Re: Wat is die broodboom werd?

    Yeah those Sago Palms are pretty, but quite cheap. I have a bunch at home. Got one that someone tossed out a few years ago, stuck it in a pot, then it shot up babies. Shortly after the dogs chewed...
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    Re: Weber Q gas braai

    Thanks, but I specifically want those old, heavy grids. They're wonderful, and much less sticky than SS.
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    Re: Weber Q gas braai

    Hey man, I wouldn't mind taking the grates off your hands. What do they weigh, and what size are they? Would shipping be an option?
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    Re: Metal Oven - Pizza & other food contraption

    That thing would make a killer smoker.
  8. Thread: Spider ID

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    Re: Spider ID

    Nope. Knopies se pote word dunner en "skerper" vorentoe, en is nie so "vaal" in hulle kleure nie. Ook nie so groot nie. Daardie lyk vir my soos 'n wolfspinnekop. Flippen vinnig, maar skadeloos.
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    Re: 4x4 Rock Climber for the Laaities

    It looks like a cheapish Chinese thing to me. A 700mAh battery is tiny. It's going to spend by far the most time on the charger.
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    Re: 6x9's in Amarok rear doors - Do they fit

    What amp are you looking for? Size? I have a bit of a monster at home that I'm not using. It's pretty old, but was barely used, still has plastic all around it. It's a locally built amp, Nemesis...
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    Re: 6x9's in Amarok rear doors - Do they fit

    The size doesn't matter, but the shape does. An oval cone with a round voice coil doesn't add up. The inside of the speaker moves at X speed, in accordance to the frequency of the sound, and the...
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    Re: 6x9's in Amarok rear doors - Do they fit

    I lied, sorry, it's not B&W that bought them, it's Harman & Kardon. They logo or the name would be on the speaker or the box, or on the product page. If you look at that link, you'll see the word...
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    Re: 6x9's in Amarok rear doors - Do they fit

    6.5" is a nice size. If you get a good set of coaxials, they'll work. If you're going JBL, just make sure it's a newer model and not the pre-B&W models. After B&W bought out JBL, their tweeters...
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    Re: 6x9's in Amarok rear doors - Do they fit

    Don't. Get decent co-axles or something similar rather. Preferably, something that fits the factory speaker gaps, perhaps with just a spacer for larger magnets.

    6x9's suck.
  15. Re: How paranoid are you about your vehicle being stolen?

    A Hilux in Gauteng? Don't they have a drive-thru rather?
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    Re: Nitecore repairs (out of warranty item)

    Nitecore.co.za, or Celesti here, isn't a warranty and repair centre for Nitecore, I found out. They're just a local reseller. They sell and handle in-warranty issues, but out of warranty they can't...
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    Re: Nitecore repairs (out of warranty item)

    I missed that, sorry, don't know why. That's a bummer, to be honest. Can't you import parts yourself?
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    Re: Heavy duty braai grids

    Aww man what's he done this time?
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    Re: Nitecore repairs (out of warranty item)

    @Celesti is the one to ask: https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/member.php/44032-Celesti

    She does Nitecore, AFAIK.
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    Re: Honda CRV 2.0 fuel consumption

    It's heavy in town. I have the 2013 model, 2.0 Manual, and yes, beautiful car, but not high on power. You learn to drive it better eventually. I get around 9l/100km in town now. On highways it...
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    Re: Need advice on a camera!!!

    What about a few trail cams set up around the areas they're stealing?
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    Re: Heavy duty braai grids

    Wat was die koste gewees, min of meer? Ek is eintlik op soek na een wat in 'n 57cm Weber sal pas, aangesien dit daar is waar ek die lekkerste en mees intense warm vure kan stook wat ideaal is vir...
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    Re: 1.7 Kg Gas Bottle

    These are fantastic. Expensive if used a lot, but GREAT for shorter periods away. Builders often have the replacement bottles for cheap if you buy a bunch (like 5 bottles for R100), and they last...
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    Re: Heavy duty braai grids

    I've done a quick check, and I think I might be able to make up something with plain 6mm mild steel rods. Maybe a holiday project. A 6m x 6mm rod is like R26 or something like that so it's REALLY...
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    Re: Heavy duty braai grids

    Stainless steel isn't needed. A good high-carbon steel would be fine, considering you're not going to wash it after each use. Seasoned well, it shouldn't rust. I want this. I so much want this:
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    Re: "Beginners" Tent

    I bought an Oztrail Seascape 10 a few years back. We don't use it VERY often, but it's seen a fair bit of use and has withstood some serious winds and storms to date, with no leaks and tears. What...
  27. Re: TDSA Website Improvements - We Want Your Feedback!

    Or on here, for that matter, apart from a select few questions. The big ones are never answered, if you look at page 1/2/3 of this thread. It's just ignored or covered with a text wall that says...
  28. Re: This is the best way to blow one bar: buy a Maserati.

    Should also keep in mind WHY some of those cars depreciate that badly. The Nissan Leaf and BMW i3 and i8's are so high on the list because after 5 years that's when the batteries start going, and...
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    Re: Poor repairs after an accident.

    So, in short, the insurance company should never have allowed the car be fixed? I see it slightly askew - the panel beater is an OEM repairer, for the manufacturer and the insurance company. ...
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    Re: Private investigator

    If you expect it, prepare yourself that you're most probably right.
  31. Thread: E-toll outcome

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    Re: E-toll outcome

    Well the longer they extend this, the less people are paying, so I don't see much of an issue. It's annoying and bleeding money to Austria, yes, but not a headache for me. I honestly have better...
  32. Thread: Caravan Aircon

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    Re: Caravan Aircon

    If I found them for R4k myself, I wouldn't be asking, to be honest :P
  33. Thread: Caravan Aircon

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    Re: Caravan Aircon

    This. I would love a 9000BTU for R4k.
  34. Thread: Caravan Aircon

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    Re: Caravan Aircon

    FIL had a 9000BTU AC fitted to their caravan last year. Installed the radiator in the nosecone, and the indoor unit under the bed. 3 minutes and it's so cold in there you have to turn it down. ...
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    Re: For Toxxyc Wood smoked Boneless Rib Roast

    Thanks man! It looks great! It's not entirely what I'm after for the cook we discussed, but I'll have to give it a shot. Maybe with an Impala leg, stuffed with bacon? Should be the same principle!
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