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    Re: Companion - Tips, tricks and mods

    It lifts out - though that is my hesitation with running a bead of caulk. Iíd have to cut it free. But yes, definitely donít want to get water stuck under there.

    on that subject ó like many, I...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Makes awesome poached eggs - perfect every time.
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    Re: Solar panel angle ????

    Much more important than angle is whether they are in full sun. Partial shading makes a huge difference - disproportionately to the amount of the panel in the shade.
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    i wonít try my sous vide brisket recipe that way - 50 hours is a long time for the dishwasher :-)
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    Discovery 4 Re: Overland Worx gets an A++

    agreed - absolutely top customer service and a pleasure to deal with.
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    lol - I didnít even think of that... !
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    They sell them on takealot. We live in JNB - if you want to order for delivery to my place you can pick it up when you are in town.. PM if you want.
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    Re: Companion - Tips, tricks and mods

    My mods to Companion (2012):

    1. Laminate floor install -

    Been going back and forth in terms of different ways to do this - settled on the glueless click-together laminate flooring with 2mm...
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    Re: My FYI Thread.

    These are great posts - thank you!!
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Fantastic for that. Very juicy.

    Ive used this recipe among others:

    https://www.seriouseats.com/2015/07/the-food-lab-complete-guide-to-sous-vide-chicken-breast.html

    personally id not use it...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    The stick rests on the bottom. 30 cm is good. A plastic tub works great. Needs vertical walls. Most will have a high and low water mark on the stick.
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    Re: Looking for a compact camping chair

    I have some some I got from REI in the us. They only have two legs. You balance with your feet. About 1.5 kg, size of an umbrella. Not great after drinks.
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    Re: Looking for a compact camping chair

    They are fine for skinny people. The gall of them - designing a compact chair that only works for compact people.
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    Re: Looking for a compact camping chair

    Aha!!! Thatís why mine bent... :-)
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    Re: Looking for a compact camping chair

    They also do not last.
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    Re: Conqueror Fan Club

    I've had very good service from Northriding. Particularly Vincent - who I dealt with first when I was renting - but other guys there as well.

    Is the product perfect...nope. Are there better...
  17. Re: Advice needed - vinyl flooring in metal caravan

    Thanks - I bought the fabric that we upgraded the cushions with from Chamdor.
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    heeey.... I like that! Thank you!

    Any idea where to buy that in in JNB? I'm not a local... still learning what to buy where...
  19. Advice needed - vinyl flooring in metal caravan

    Hello all!

    I have a 2012 Conqueror Companion caravan and want to install flooring in it over the metal. From the factory, the caravan has a metal floor, complete with domed rivets that rivet the...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Makes amazing thick pork chops too. Same level of done-ness all the way thru, then just sear or pan-fry on the outside. Yum.
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    I use one made by CASO - from EU.

    Very good - been in use for 3 years now, no problem.
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    Re: Companion - Tips, tricks and mods

    So I've had a 2012 companion I picked up used for about 4 months now. Had the instaawn added.

    I still have the "original" canvas and sidewalls as well, so can do either/or.

    The insta-awn is...
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    Re: Snomaster ice maker problems

    My NL fridge did something similar - like the down temp button was sticking. It had gotten wet. I aimed a fan thru the vents fit a few hours and it stopped.
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    Series I Re: 203 discovery 4 hse opinions?

    Yes - exactly - and that post, as well as others, refers to a significant reduction in the number of catastrophic failures (such as broken cranks) between the TDV6 and SDV6.
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    Series I Re: 203 discovery 4 hse opinions?

    Maybe in the TDv6. I donít think that is the case with the SDv6
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    Series I Re: 203 discovery 4 hse opinions?

    Correct - and I suspect when you look at reliability, there are more incidents of failure in the diesel for that reason, vice lower reliability. Donít have facts or research to back that up though.
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    Re: 2013 discovery 4 opinion

    my perhaps mistaken understanding is that crank failures were more common in the 3.0 used in the D3?
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    Series I Re: 203 discovery 4 hse opinions?

    Donít agree. There are a lot more 3.0 TDIs on the road than v8s
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    Series I Re: 203 discovery 4 hse opinions?

    Never driven that- must drink petrol...
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    Series I Re: 203 discovery 4 hse opinions?

    2013 I assume. We have a 2012 and 2017. Love them both.

    service history?

    i think on average they are less reliable than the Toyota. I’ve had few problems with the 2012- but it has been well...
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    Re: T4A Navigator vs Paper vs GPS

    There is a pay-as-you-go basic one and a monthly one, with different levels of included messages. I have a monthly cost - believe it is around $25, and includes 25 messages.

    in my experience...
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    Re: T4A Navigator vs Paper vs GPS

    A little bit off topic, but in addition to T4A's iphone app (which is just OK), I also use Garmin's InReach Messenger linked with their map product. The advantage with it is that it is also a...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    I agree with this. I much prefer a fillet of beef sous vide than a ribeye. The temps are not high enough to render the fat, at least not as well as on a hotter fire.
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    We use a food- grade large plastic square container. Holds probably 5lt.

    long cooks benefit from covering the top with plastic wrap, or ping pong balls.

    we use a CASO - bought in EU.

    anova...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Brisket is also fantastic - google sous vide brisket for some recipes. The one I use the brisket cooks for 45 hours in the Sous Vide, and then I finish it on the smoker for 3-4 hours.

    So you get...
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