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  1. Re: Urgent : OZTENT Supplier needed (Parts)

    Petri can you send me a photo of the gazebo. I need to see the shape / design and can most likely help you. We do a lot of them. I will pm my number.
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    Re: Show us your towing combination

    Had an XT 120 initially. Towed just fine. Age and the necessary "bathroom visits" up and down the ladder convinced me to move to a caravan. With a bad Explorer experience before the XT, we opted for...
  3. Re: Tyres, Mags and Rims: Trade, Buying, Selling, Swap, Give-away or whatever ....

    Chopped has 1 x 245/70/16 BF which as a spare does not match his 265/75/16's on his vehicle. He is kindly prepared to swop if we can find a decent / suitable spare 265/75/16. Can any one please...
  4. Re: Substantial voltage drop when Compressor kicks in

    I mentioned a similar experience some time back (12m / 18m) and reading comments I admittedly had a join in my 3m wire. I recently rewired my hole setup, bought new heavier wire from 4x4 direct and...
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    Re: Serengeti karavaan park - Groblersdal

    Any update on Serengeti Groblersdal? We are looking at camping there over Christmas with grandchildren. Never been there before.
  6. Re: Tyres, Mags and Rims: Trade, Buying, Selling, Swap, Give-away or whatever ....

    Just bumping this as I am still in the market. Even if you are just planning ahead, please give me a shout.
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    Re: Battery/trickle charger

    I see the Ardendorf one for about R700 is actually the Motoquip one branded as their own. I broke my old one so ill def get one of those at that price.
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    Re: WRND DC to DC Charger

    I have had a WRND for a few years now. The DC to Dc was the prime advantage up until that stage. When travelling I can monitor the battery voltage in the caravan with the Snowmaster remote. The one...
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    Re: Bronkhorstspruit dam launch sites

    Wassieeknie!
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    Re: Hesitation on first Rev/pull away

    If you can find someone with a 2.5 (same) or a 3.2 DID just borrow their air flow sensor (easy 2 x small screws and a small electrical plug on air filter ) and try and see what it does. You say it...
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    Re: Which brand of camping chair do you use?

    Bought Oztrail Cascade 5 as well about 2 years ago. They are OK but bulky when folded.
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    Re: Electric geyser for caravan

    Hansen is a gas plus 220V Geyser. Not cheap but good. The new ones have an improved gas system.
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    Re: DC Amp/multimeter

    I mislaid my multimeter and got another as a gift. It is a "DT401 Digital clamp meter" whith a nice case and which I am happy with for my needs. It is most likely a cheapie clamp / midrange...
  14. Re: Tyres, Mags and Rims: Trade, Buying, Selling, Swap, Give-away or whatever ....

    Looking for 2 or 3 BF Goodrich AT / KO 245/70/16 for my off road caravan. Mine have small cracks. Crazy to buy new, so good used is next best, provided no cracks, still safe and usable, <5years +=....
  15. Re: Synthetic fuels to save internal combustion engines

    I was busy fixing something and yes it was mainly my unprotected hands.
  16. Re: Synthetic fuels to save internal combustion engines

    I used to race on methanol in Durban. Got quite badly burnt from a methanol fire. I was inside the roll cage in the rear and had difficulty actually seeing the fire.
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    Re: Poly Vs Mono Solar Panels

    Panels are sort after by criminals. They stole my sons off his Companion!

    When camping, I have mentioned before that one can knock decent long steel pegs / rods into the ground (I use these as...
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    Re: Hilux tonneau cover conversion

    Sent you a pm.
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    Re: Portable Camp-Kitchen

    Very nice TK, well done. I am sure other members ill be along shortly.
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    Re: Michel's Pass to Hogsback

    See here: https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php/333158-Michel-s-Pass-Katberg-Devil-s-Bellows?p=4792734&highlight=#post4792734
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    Re: Auction Today: Willys Jeep

    Probably why no pics of the engine etc.
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    Re: Gen3 Pajero strange diff issue

    For general info: If you put normal oil in a LS diff, the diff makes a clacking sound when you go around corners. This is because the plates are not slipping in a smooth motion (known as "stick...
  23. Thread: What oil?

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    Re: What oil?

    You do not specify which make but they are normally air cooled and large clearance engines (may I presume petrol?) so a heavier grade works better. Most not having an oil filter rely on the oil...
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    Re: Michel's Pass/Katberg/Devil's Bellows

    What is Mitchells Pass like now. It was quite eroded near the top about 3/4 years back. <br><br>Then I heard it had been repaired and then simply a gravel road.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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    Re: Victron Dealer - Gauteng

    Solar Charge Solutions in Kempton Park. Speak to Nick or his daughter is receptionist fairly clued up. Very helpful and pleasant crowd. Pricing normally good. 010 1100100 / 97 Monument rd, Nimrod...
  26. Re: Large V belt pulley, bits and pieces wanted.

    Thank you Peter. The answer of course is a servo electric motor which I have on my big new machine. But for that you are looking at about R5K! I also thought of bicycle chain and sprockets but that...
  27. Large V belt pulley, bits and pieces wanted.

    Good day all. I am busy revamping a sewing machine that works with V belts. At the moment it is very difficult to do fine stitching on webbing etc as it goes from stop to redline in a second! It is...
  28. Re: Maintenance for short distance commuter

    Watch your battery condition doing such a short distance. My wife was doing 3.8km and I found that it was not quite enough to charge the battery fully. I connected a charger to the battery at least...
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    Re: Stairs for Caravan

    What off road van have you got?
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    Re: Morgan Bay Caravan Park

    +1 for Double Mouth.
  31. Re: 2001 Pajero King R12 PCB resistor re-soldered, temp gauge still inop

    My 2003 3.2 DID temp gauge continued to give problems after I did "the fix" numerous times. I found that a thump on the top of the dash would fix it for a short while but I could never find the...
  32. Sticky: Re: Trailer spares/parts/accessories trade sale thread

    Looking for 2 x 6 stud x 139 Alko hubs with drums for sale or to swop for 2 x 5 stud drums. Centurion Pta.
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    Re: Emergency Breakdown Tools Kit

    Besides tools
    Head torch
    Multimeter / electrical tester
    Cable ties
    8mm petrol / 10mm diesel (depending) fuel pipe
    Insulation tape
    Duct tape
    Electricxal wire.
    Hose clamps
    Blou draad
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    Re: Goodyear Wrangler AT - good choice ???

    [QUOTE=rechardt;4776393]Currently have them on my Hilux.
    No road noise. just make sure you go for 70 profile, not 65's


    Please explain why you suggest this.
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    Re: On board water, what do we do with it?

    One might be able to store water for some time without problems. The problem is once the algae has started growing in a container you have a problem. Best is just to make sure it does not get...
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