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  1. Re: Braai Cleaner - Cobb and Potjie - (And for probably pretty much anything ever)

    Agreed, i've tried everything on my weber .... nothing works
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    Re: Looking to make the move to a hilux

    I have not owned a Toy in all of my short life, but ...

    From driving and being driven in my mates 2.2 / 3.2 rangers, 2.8 / 2.4 hiluxes / D4D etc ...

    My choice of alternative, should a gun be...
  3. Re: Braai Cleaner - Cobb and Potjie - (And for probably pretty much anything ever)

    Excellent - i've also tried everything possible, BUT this.
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    Re: Pannekoek/ Pancakes

    uurgh, just this morning my wife said she's in the mood for pancakes, she is NEVER in the mood for pancakes .... and I can't smell or taste anything. I would be stuffing my face by now ... it's all I...
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    Re: This is not good for the Mozambique

    we can't open your link
  6. Re: Fuel Containers on Camper vans and Camping Trailers?

    have the same problem with my gennie. This useless moron incompetent turd show of a government never think things through

    they could have said no containers smaller than 10L and must be a UN...
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    Re: Upgrading from Duster, but to what?

    The rims aren't bad looking really. What made you choose the Ranger? Was it purely the deal you got, or?
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    Re: Today I like my Hilux even more

    I've heard and read of this from Dastek, allot of people are very satisfied with it.
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    Re: Days of Unrest.

    If this is true, I hope the army takes them all out by the knees.

    Good luck and stay safe
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    Re: Today I like my Hilux even more

    How do you achieve that? Did I miss that part in this thread?
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    Re: Days of Unrest.

    Africa, everything needs to burn. If the elephant bothers me, i'll kill all the animals on the way to the elephant.
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Where?

    Last week I spoke to a gent, who was down in the dumps because he has a hunting trip in the Parys area, when I told him about the gravel route from Lenasia to Parys, he almost kissed me....
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    Re: Word ek oud of word ek slim.

    Mens kan nie daily's pimp nie, dit werk nie.

    Ek't so kort ruk terug n ietwat pimped bakkie gekoop - die roofrack is weg (wind geraas), die laai sisteem is weg (honde en tuin vullis), die bande is...
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    In 1 week i'll have 20L of blonde, in 4 weeks 20L or irish red ale, complimented by some SAB stock (spit) i still have, I just hope that they open the borders come 01 Aug - main concern now. No point...
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    I suggest some of you take the plunge today / tomorrow - at least then you will have some beer in 3-4 weeks time, oom cyril is going to extend us Sunday probably, well not probably, it's a certain I...
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Sodastream? Hahahahahahaha breath hahahahaha. Jammer maar ek sien die prentjie in my kop.

    Ekt wynand se rum geproe, dis vrek lekker. Maar my eerste sluk was skoon, my borshare groei nou op my rug
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    Re: Looking at buying my 1st bakkie

    or paired to the wrong gearbox.
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    So where might this fine establishment be launching?
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Some blondes. Next is his red ale620866
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    Re: The 4xCommunity Beer find/rating Fred

    It's not got a very robust / heavy / rich beer falvour if I can call it that. Just very easy drinking. And in 250ml bottles you'll knock a bunch before you know it on a summers day620232
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    Re: Wat sal jy waar laai?

    Ek wou ook se in n trailer ;D

    Probeer maar alles wat swaar is binne in te prop, en jou stoele, tent, gazebo dalk bo op. En dalk iemand wat van agter kan stoot met n bakkie ook >:D
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    Re: Buying new batteries

    Oh okay, so agm charges faster? Yes the 105 was lead acid
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    Re: My FJ buying experience

    most 20's to 30's in SA can't afford an FJ, that's why the "toppies" drive them. If I could afford one, I would gladly just stick the fridge in the back and tow a trailer with the rest of the shyte...
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    Re: What can go wrong.

    We all have / do.

    But the gennie makes a noise, so I know to switch it off and unplug it when Eskom joins the party again. I have a much less chance of getting electrocuted by my gennie, as it...
  25. Re: Estate agent who's first words won't be sole mandate, PTA east.

    It's not an estate agent problem, it's a pretoria problem. Lots of lazy people. Had the same with a louver patio supplier, they are 425m from my house. Was told to measure the area, phone them back...
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    Re: Buying new batteries

    I know it sounds off, as the draw remains the same, but I did a test with a 105, and it's almost as if the agm handles the load better.

    After a session of loadshedding the victron just has to top...
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    Re: Buying new batteries

    The alarm system and beams should have their own little 12v battery, usually like a 7amp? My elec fence has it's own 12v, and so does the alarm. They are designed that way to keep the alarm on even...
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    Re: Covid and Namibia

    ek het n feeling on gaan ook nie goeie nuus kry Donderdag nie ... hier in soufaffika
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    Re: Most "Comfortable" family road vehicle?

    Just test drive the CRV in town and highway, the CVT box is not everyone's cup of tee. But can't go wrong with a Honda
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    Re: Most "Comfortable" family road vehicle?

    My dad has a Sorento, the amount of space to pack stuff is crazy. And that 2.2 Crdi has some pretty good get up and go, and it's very frugal. From Jbay to JHB he usually averages 7.5l/100km

    I've...
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    Re: Which diesel is best ?

    In Pretoria we have MBT fueling stations. They have 50 and 10ppm. I'm guessing it's Sasol fuel then? I've tried 10 and 50, consumption stays the same, although my mech who looks after my vehicle says...
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    Re: Double Cabs - How Capable is Capable??

    It's hard to look past the super select gearbox. I'm not being biased.

    I reckon any 4x4 DC needs LR and DL.

    I would buy the Triton purely on my needs and the gearbox, but i'm not a fan of the...
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    Re: Small trailer for a roof top tent.

    Depending on your needs, have a look at the Town & Country range too. The 205

    It's also got plenty of space with a collapsible tail gate and is R15-16k cheaper than the Venter. If you literally...
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    Re: Buying new batteries

    What do you intend running from the system?

    If it's only a couple of lights and entertainment (tv, wifi, soundbar etc) - then purchasing 4 x 105 is overkill.

    I have 1 x 200ah AGM, t runs the...
  35. Re: What are your non negotiables when buying a 4x4?

    Reliability
    Space for the dogs / gear / garden shyte (versatility for every day use)
    Diff lock
    low range
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