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    Re: Best Head torch for Overlanding & Camping ???

    I normally go for mid range because they can become pretty expensive. What I did find though is that the led lenser top range lights can become cumbersome with the battery pack on your head and the...
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    Re: Best 4x4 tires for deep sand

    Inskip action and Fraser Island are a few of my favourite YouTube channels. Love watching them get stuck or do silly things trying to get out then you have that one softroader cruising past the stuck...
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    Re: Best 4x4 tires for deep sand

    I concur. Two previous sani's. First one had near racing slicks when it was purchased and those floated over the sand even at full psi. Second Sani had MT's and struggled over the same sand time and...
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    Re: 2012 outlander tank capacity

    Yes sorry guys. It's 60 litres. At that time last night my brain functioning was already depleted.
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    2012 outlander tank capacity

    I need an explanation please or I'm losing my mind.
    I normally fill up when I get the 'ping' which happens on the last line of the fuel gauge but with the lockdown and not driving much I wanted to...
  6. Thread: Tandoor Oven

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    Re: Tandoor Oven

    Looks really good but just a quick question. How do you clean out the old burnt out ashes? I was thinking of doing the fire bit on some kind of slide out tray but haven't figured it out yet.
  7. Thread: Sourdough Starter

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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    So here's my starter. It's about a month old now and I've only used it for pizza and sharing with friends who cannot get their own batch started properly.
    I use a 50/50 mix of flour. Eureka SG...
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    Re: Advice on buying an ASX or Outlander

    Can't help with ASX review but I've owned my 2012 outlander now for just over a year now. I still love it everyday I get in. It may be a bit on the thirsty side but space and comfort make up for...
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    Re: Swop my Outlander for a small sedan ??

    Just thinking out loud here but... Which vehicle would work? You say your garage is too narrow so then you'd need a smaller vehicle but then which smaller vehicle is going to accommodate a wheelchair...
  10. Re: Static Electricity Risk from Plastic Fuel Cans

    Small detour please and I'll be outta here.
    While we're on the subject and not wanting to start a whole new thread...
    How long can petrol be safely kept in a plastic jerry can without any movement?...
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    Re: Land Cruiser 4.2 1HZ Double cab speed uphill?

    Thanks guys. That's only marginally heavier than my outlander so I guess I could live with it. Faster cars only mean more speeding fines of which I've had about enough.
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    Re: Land Cruiser 4.2 1HZ Double cab speed uphill?

    For a while I've been watching cruisers with hearts in my eyes as seen in kiddies cartoons but haven't quite gotten round to it yet.
    I'd also prefer non turbo variants but what kind of real world...
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    Re: Suspension Lock(down)

    Or if you have fancy yourself an engineer of some sorts why not try and do a kind of foot rest/legs like truck trailers have when they unhook the trailers from the cab section
  14. Re: 2020 Australian review on the Fortuner, Everest, Pajero and Prado

    I've never owned any of these, not even a broken down 2nd hand version but my money (if I had any) goes to the Paj sport. Reasonably priced considering the other options and well enough balanced over...
  15. Re: 2020 Australian review on the Fortuner, Everest, Pajero and Prado

    ...you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours...

    I know a guy know does online reviews as well. He isn't half as 'successful' (but that's okay, it's not his 9 - 5) as other local guys doing...
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    Re: Cleaning MAF 2005 Outlander ?

    This is what I was recommended by the helpful stranger in the spares shop. These tins will probably last 10 years each. I used about 3 sprays from each 563791
  17. Re: 2020 Australian review on the Fortuner, Everest, Pajero and Prado

    Watched this last night on YouTube. Must say that I don't fully agree with their results. The winner is too expensive and as with the test with all the utes a few months ago my choice would be the...
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    Re: Cleaning MAF 2005 Outlander ?

    I had the same problem a few months ago and couldn't figure it out. Went to get circuit board cleaner spray stuff at the spares shop and bumped into a guy who heard my story at the counter. Long...
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    Re: Your Lockdown Projects

    Very impressive. I'll have to dream for now. I've got enough yard space to flick my entjie into the dirt pile.
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    Re: Kumho vs Wrangler vs General Grabber

    For what's its worth I went through the same exercise about 2 months ago. I eventually went with the wrangler adventure. They were one of my top 2 choices and then got them way cheaper than I...
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    Re: Tar Removal Metallic paint

    A bit of petrol on a cloth works as well. I normally go to any garage and get some from the pump. No need to pay. There's enough leftover in about 3 pumps to halfway fill a 500ml bottle so it's more...
  22. Re: Driving along the outer edge around South Africa (along the coast and border)

    This is definitely a bucket list adventure. Can't wait for the reports so I can feel the gees as well.
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    Butha Buthe to Sani pass

    Has anyone been this way recently via the A1?
    What are road conditions like?
    Google maps says it's about a 3 hour drive but I suspect those maps don't realise what Lesotho roads are actually like.
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    Re: Add what you want to my outlander

    Thanks for the input. I don't have any jump seats because thise are useless and in love the amount of packing space in the back. I have 4 ammo boxes already but may get 2 more. Swambo not impressed...
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    Re: Add what you want to my outlander

    Small update on planning. I've sort of figured my route thus far but now I'm stuck. I've worked my all across Namibia and Botswana and into Maseru. Now here's the confusion. I would leave Maseru and...
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    Re: Add what you want to my outlander

    Awesome. Now to start planning the finer details with swambo
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    Re: Add what you want to my outlander

    Been looking around on Google maps. How about cape town to luderitz or henties then gabarone, then maseru, then Karoo, then Mossel bay, then back to cape town?
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    Re: Add what you want to my outlander

    Seems I good to go then. Standard Rockford system is pretty decent.
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    Add what you want to my outlander

    I've been thinking a lot recently (can be dangerous). So I've been playing with an idea of a longish/shortish road trip with the outlander. Maybe only about 2 1/2 weeks or so coz bills still need to...
  30. Thread: Bash plate

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    Bash plate

    Has anybody here ever fitted one to an outlander?
    Yes yes, I know it's not a "real 4x4" but I wouldn't mind some extra protection since I've already got some scars exactly where a bash plate would...
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    Re: Sani, easy or not? Also cordinates please?

    Thanks guys. Suppose I'll have to just choose a date and go. Hopefully it's not too bad or I'll just have to turn around.
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    Re: Sani, easy or not? Also cordinates please?

    Anybody?
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    Re: Looking for a capable everyday 4x4/Softroader

    Looks good but then again what do I know. Best is to test drive. I feel like I got lucky with mine. Went into dealership looking for a Paj sport (having never owned any mitsu before). They didn't...
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    Re: Sani, easy or not? Also cordinates please?

    Always enjoy these Sani pass threads. What would you say is the 'safest' season/month to do the drive since I read stories of 10 different seasons in a day? And stories of platkarre regularly going...
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    Re: Looking for a capable everyday 4x4/Softroader

    I also have to add that I was under no illusion that the outlander would be a better performer offroad. I agree that the Grand Vitara, duster and fl2 would most probably out perform the outlander in...
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