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  1. Thread: LPG valve question

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    Re: LPG valve question

    LPG bottle pressure is temperature dependant and varies from 400 to 1300kPa (4 to 13 bar) at temperatures us outdoor enthusiasts expose ourselves to.
    LPG regulators maintain a constant pressure of...
  2. Thread: LPG valve question

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    Re: LPG valve question

    Thanks - yes - found out by testing two of them.
    Both not suitable for use at high pressure.
  3. Thread: LPG valve question

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    Re: LPG valve question

    Thanks Woolf.
  4. Thread: LPG valve question

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    Re: LPG valve question

    Thanks Woolf.
    Do you have a part number or a photo?
    All those that I have found thus far are for use on low pressure i.e. a gas supply with a pressure regulator.
  5. Thread: LPG valve question

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    Re: LPG valve question

    By the way, do you know if PEX valves will do the job?
  6. Thread: LPG valve question

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    Re: LPG valve question

    Thanks Peter.
    Do you know of a supplier of the recommended ball valves in the Jhb/Pretoria/Brits area?

    Your two provisos are noted.
    The gas bottle valve will be shut off at night, as has been...
  7. Thread: LPG valve question

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    LPG valve question

    I'm battling to find an in-line gas valve for shutting off the gas feed to a high pressure appliance in my caravan kitchen.
    I'm looking a valve, similar to that in the picture, that operates at high...
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    Re: Sandgat - Van Der Kloof

    This is it .............
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    Re: Sandgat - Van Der Kloof

    Stayed there many times, and enjoyed it each time.
    It's on a working farm.
    Green grass and lovely trees right on the river's edge.
    Ablutions are basic but more than adequate.
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    Re: Glue holder to disc ?

    To resolve the bracket suction cup becoming unstuck, line the cup with very thin double sided tape - like Sellotape that's sticky both sides.
    Position, suck and that's it.
    Will not budge - ever!
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    Re: Seeking Accommodation Advice

    Depends on which roads you choose.
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    Re: How to fight monkeys and baboons

    Unbelievable?
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    Re: So who is going camping this weekend?

    Going camping for the next 4 weekends, and the days in between as well 8-)8-)

    Off on our Flowers Trip:
    - Augrabies, Springbok and surrounds, Kleinsee
    - then off to the Richterveld for four days...
  14. Thread: Sprite Tourer SP

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    Re: Sprite Tourer SP

    Yes, massive movement on my van.
    I've spent months working on my van to bring it in line with our previous off road van that we had.

    Thirty six various upgrades and modifications done, in amongst...
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    Re: Which roads - Harties to Vryburg

    Thanks.
    The Rustenburg>Koster>Lichtenberg route certainly seems a good choice.
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    Re: Which roads - Harties to Vryburg

    Thanks - will do.
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    Which roads - Harties to Vryburg

    Whenever we travel out towards the west I'm never sure of the best route.
    Some advice please as to the best route to use considering, as best as possible, safety and potholes.
    Towing a caravan.
    ...
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    Re: DIY security system

    Pepper gas systems discharge pepper gas when intrusion into the area they are protected is detected.
    Highly effective when installed correctly.

    Alternatively there are units that will discharge...
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    Re: DIY security system

    Let the system chase them away.
    Fit a pepper gas system - end of the problem.
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    Re: Toyota Service - Langebaan

    Thanks.
    That's the spot then.
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    Toyota Service - Langebaan

    Mid-August we will be on holiday in the Langebaan area and my Fortuner will be due for its first service.
    Some advice please as to which Toyota dealership to take it to for the service.

    Thanks
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    Re: Aftermarket tyre pressure monitoring system

    Yes and yes.
    Have a look on their website for more information.
    You can also call them - very helpful.
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    Re: Please Id Frog/Toad ?

    Yup - that's the one.
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    Re: Aftermarket tyre pressure monitoring system

    I used my TyreDog TPMS with external sensors off-road for 7+ years - no problems.
    Then one sensor failed - the battery carrier pulled loose from it's pcb.
    I fixed that and used it for a further 2...
  25. Thread: Spare wheel lock?

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    Re: Spare wheel lock?

    You have to.
    It's the ONLY way!
  26. Thread: Flat water hose

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    Re: Flat water hose

    I have one of those and have used it for many years.
    It's excellent, except that sometimes it's not long enough.
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    Re: Brass flat bar - Brits/Harties

    So Graham kindly collected the piece of brass from Gary and delivered to me.
    It worked like a charm - thanks Gary.

    It's the holder for the high pressure cooker top I'm building into my new...
  28. Thread: Joking with Toyota

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    Re: Joking with Toyota

    Any jokes/memes about:
    Crappy Toyoto - No
    Ford upping Toyota - No
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    Re: Compass offroad caravan

    Yoh! Must have been bumpy going down there.
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    Re: LukeHawk's Fortuner Diary

    Once you've removed the rear seats you can fill the mounting bracket holes in various ways.
    In my FT I blanked off the one hole with foam and vinyl.
    In the other I installed a cigarette socket...
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    Thule Wingbar for GD6 Fortuner wanted

    I'm still looking for Thule Wingbars for my Fortuner GD6.
    Is there anyone who has a set available please?
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    Re: W4 Mastic Sealer for Caravans

    Thanks for your efforts Heinz - appreciated.
    I managed to get a roll (20m) of the genuine stuff from a caravan dealership.
    Excellent stuff.
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    W4 Mastic Sealer for Caravans

    W4 make a mastic sealing strip for sealing around handles, windows, beading etc. on caravans and the like.
    It comes in white or grey, is similar to Prestik - a caulking compound - non-setting sticky...
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    Re: Brass flat bar - Brits/Harties

    Great - thanks.
    Please PM or call me so I can arrange to collect.
    oh ate four51 five927 (couldn't resist).
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    Re: Brass flat bar - Brits/Harties

    Thanks for trying Ian.
    I'll try Gary's brass offering that Graham will kindly collect for me. If that does not work out I'll track down a supplier.
    Amazing that it's so hard to find a small piece...
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