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    Re: Camping near Utrecht

    http://www.balelemountainfarms.co.za/accommodation
  2. Re: Fold away /fold out, step ladders for vehicles/trailers with high ground clearanc

    We use Frontrunner telescopic ladder, so far the most compact

    https://www.frontrunneroutfitters.com/en/za/ladders/telescopic-ladder.html
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    Re: Stainless steel braai pans

    We had a few items coated by Controlled Surface Treatment (Volcano cookware) about six years ago.

    The Cadac skottel braai is just a pleasure to use, specially with the cleaning , nearly about...
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    Re: Clamp Meter for DC amp readings

    I have one of these , although it was much cheaper a few years ago when I bought it..

    https://www.bushpower.co.za/product/extech-ma220-clamp-meter-ac-dc

    I haven't test it against other meters...
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    Re: Alucab Gen 3 Rooftop Tent

    Not sure about the build quality on orders, only saw their show products on the Getaway show, which was in line with their price.

    We bought the Alucab Gen 3 tent about three years ago where the...
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    Re: Alucab Gen 3 Rooftop Tent

    I think CustomLeisureTech are a good alternative as well.
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    Re: Alucab Gen 3 Rooftop Tent

    They have a standard double cab mounting kit, selling as a extra.

    I fitted mine with the kit with Frontrunner load bars on a Frontrunner roofrack on a Prado 120
    See link and scroll until the...
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    Re: Weber Q gas braai

    My memory failed me once having some cut off steak fat to make some " kaintjie" after the steak braai at lowest heat setting overnight . No permanent damage though, but a above room temperature...
  9. Re: Food stolen from camping freezer In Kruger Park

    I agree, it is a change you take......... and I agree ( “monkeys” go for obvious things like “bananas") when in a hurry .
  10. Re: Food stolen from camping freezer In Kruger Park

    I,m not sure as I never really choose the method except with tracking facilities.

    I did get a few parcels lately through Buffalo logistics as Grumbles does , got it within three weeks since...
  11. Re: Food stolen from camping freezer In Kruger Park

    A trail camera with 2G/3G/4G with SMS/MMS and SD card record facilities will be helpful , although also with some limitations.

    Something like this will do ...
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    Re: My new old Prado

    I use the auto gear lever to manage the gears for overtaking and mountainous terrain specially when towing.
    Best not to overstrain 5th overdrive gear when towing, I rather use 4th if my rpm is to...
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    Re: Garmin dash cam

    Very good advice Martin, thanks for the tip, it seems Kloppers have indeed the best price on the Garmin 56 DC on the moment even with a R129 delivery fee.



    The price on this specific SD card...
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    Re: Garmin dash cam

    Paul, I think I have exactly the same card in my Garmin 55 which works satisfactory. Pay once and cry less , lessons learned all the time .

    What I really like about the Garmin is the sturdy...
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    Re: Clarens vrystaat

    Interesting there is also a small winery on a gravel road a few km's before Fouriesburg from Clarens on the right hand side called the Rose house https://www.therosehouse.co.za/

    a Few (at...
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    Re: Clarens vrystaat

    To add, Highlander for oxtail soup when cold, one of my favourite dishes in winter in Clarens.
    If you like beer definately Clarens Beer brewery.are worth a visit .

    When strolling through the...
  17. Re: Led lenser - crap product - crap after sales service

    Never heard of Flashaholics ? https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gifhttps://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/images/smilies/smiley.gif........people hobbies do differ, some can...
  18. Re: Led lenser - crap product - crap after sales service

    Personally I don't regard Led Lenser as premium flashlights, maybe the price in some instances......

    Locally flashligts from Nitecore , Olight, Torchguy etc are more in this league, although any...
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    Re: Battery toothbrushes

    I use Oral B Pulsar non rechargable 35 soft everyday.

    I replace them before battery went flat as the brushes wear before battery went flat .
    It use a Duracell aaa battery which is already...
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    Re: Buying Binoculars

    Good reference for prices
    http://shop.technopro.co.za/binoculars-c-193_29/

    Worldwide old time favourite general use for birds and game - Nikon Monarch 5 8x42 or 10x42 fairly good eye relief for...
  21. Re: Advice for stopover between Golden gate and Pretoriuskop

    Split the distance in two days when towing and do it the scenic and relaxed way.
    Keep Wakkerstroom in mind although not the shortest distance.

    Plenty of caravan parks on the way....
  22. Re: Thinking about Gen3 (3.2 DID) Lexus conversion

    [QUOTE=Machiel;4170255]Also a rookie mistake .[/QUOTE

    Machiel you did get very valuable info so far . I pressume you count your Randelas now, everyone does.

    I know it will be more expensive ,...
  23. Re: Advice on 2,000w pure sine wave inverter for caravan

    Aeropress works fine with us when camping , it is relaxed time and extra time making coffee is actually therapedic.

    Have a look at this as well....
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    Re: Looking for the light

    You can look at something like this , maybe not all of them with function requests

    Small, USB. Magnetic , no solar , cool white no red or yellow , few output modes modes
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    Re: Which Garmin GPS

    Danie, ek ondervind ongelukig dieselfde met die Nuvi's wanneer mens begin "uit zoom" dat dit die paaie afgooi, ook met die T4A kaarte in, en dit is hoekom as ek grondpaaie ry al drie op die voorruit...
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    Re: Which Garmin GPS

    Ek het 'n paar Nuvi's, paar wat baie oud is en die nuutse met T4A in waar almal se skerms deesdae vir my te klein is .

    Montana met 'n Topo kaart. Genoeg funksies maar skerm is te klein .

    My...
  27. Re: Hardshell RTT & Gas bottle?? Where to store it?

    Riaan I tried a few different makes in the past except the Alfa one's, so can comment on this one , but the CampingGaz Bistro is the best so far. it can be set more accurately for a small flame. We...
  28. Re: Hardshell RTT & Gas bottle?? Where to store it?

    We use a Kovea top screw -in and pack it in a Frontrunner Cub Pack, always connected with a cannistar with a collapsible kettle ready for coffee water.

    For food, when needed we use a Fire Maple...
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    Re: Charging AA, AAA batteries.

    Those Lithium cells are the same as Alkaline cells --- 1.5- 1.7 volt

    Li- ion as you mentioned are 3.0 - 4..2 volt
    LI Ion compattale AA size is 14500, AAA is 10440 , but can't be used in...
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    Re: Charging AA, AAA batteries.

    Lithium batteries have much longer shelf life compared to alkaline batteries, it doesn't swell and leak nearly as much as alkaline batteries. Lithium batteries is perfect for spare batteries...
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    Re: Charging AA, AAA batteries.

    These are good chargers (mentioned underneath) that are locally available, any of them, just make sure that the specific model have the capabilities too charge the intended chemistry batteries.

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    Re: Charging AA, AAA batteries.

    Regarding batteries

    Try https://www.batteryexperts.co.za
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    Re: Charging AA, AAA batteries.

    As said Nitecore have chargers that charge different types of batteries ( universal ) with a cigarette 12v plug
    There are many chargers these days that use USB charging ports , in fact it started...
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    Re: Challengertrailer closed down?

    I've bought mine in Pta factory, I think 2005 with side doors both sides, customized fridge and back slider and toolbox both sides on top of wheel arches for around +-R20- 21K .
    It was still made...
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    Re: Injisuthi - road condition

    Six months ago it was still with potholes on tar in the park section, but easy manageable if you take it slow .

    Camping have no Electricity plug points that I know off or ever seen, you need own...
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