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  1. My bad. Sorry, meant to link to a 12 x 1.5...

    My bad. Sorry, meant to link to a 12 x 1.5 reducer. Just trying to be helpful as I knew aeroflow make one to suit 'cos that's what I used when fitting a redarc gauge to my TD42i.

    Here is the link...
  2. https://www.aeroflowperformance.com/af912-m12-01ss...

    https://www.aeroflowperformance.com/af912-m12-01ss-m12x1-25-pipe-reduce-to-f-male
  3. Thread: Cuppa’s Blog

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    East Kimberley - New rear suspension & we drive...

    East Kimberley - New rear suspension & we drive from Kununurra to the Bungles via Parry Creek Rd & Wyndham, getting bogged again in the process.
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    'Incoming' - just before the wind hit us. 79060

    'Incoming' - just before the wind hit us.

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    More stormy than dark. 79059

    More stormy than dark.

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    At our favourite free camp (5 nights) on the Gibb...

    At our favourite free camp (5 nights) on the Gibb River Road. We sat & watched the storm brew in the distance in the early morning light. Just us & the wildlife.

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    I think most Kimberley offroaders would disagree...

    I think most Kimberley offroaders would disagree with you on that TD. Mud patterns are good for wet muddy slippery conditions, but even then using them on outback dirt roads during the Wet season...
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    Just a 2 cents worth comment. Having now been...

    Just a 2 cents worth comment.

    Having now been in the Kimberley for 11 months I've had the chance to check out which tyres are most popular among folk who live up here, particularly those who like...
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    Ha ha, I have been doing the same, but the only...

    Ha ha, I have been doing the same, but the only stocking I had developed a large ladder, so now running naked again. :)
    Paper filter does a good job, but have been finding that the connection from...
  10. Thread: Fridge Wiring

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    If the fridge itself has the necessary protection...

    If the fridge itself has the necessary protection built in & the fuse is purely to protect the wiring, it makes no sense to have the fuse at the fridge end. Cannot see why a 20A fuse is recommended...
  11. Thread: Fridge Wiring

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    Hi TD. Yep Jimmy Boy mentioned using Anderson...

    Hi TD. Yep Jimmy Boy mentioned using Anderson Plug. Best way to go, far more secure on rough roads. My original fridge plugs (ARB) had the fuses built in. I must admit I wasn't sure if the fridges...
  12. Thread: Fridge Wiring

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    Fuses (& circuit breakers) protect the wiring in...

    Fuses (& circuit breakers) protect the wiring in case of a short circuit, to prevent the wire getting hot & starting a fire. A fuse may also be required to protect the fridge itself. Best to have...
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    Poll: Hard to imagine why anyone wants to go & get cold...

    Hard to imagine why anyone wants to go & get cold & wet, but I wish all a good time.
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    Bell Gorge 78953 Fitzroy River 78954

    Bell Gorge

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    Fitzroy River

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    I had a Stihl 036 for many years & have had the...

    I had a Stihl 036 for many years & have had the MS362 I replaced it with for a number of years now. If you can get an 036 in good running order I reckon you'd have the better saw, although the MS362...
  16. Thread: Cuppa’s Blog

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    North Kimberley Pt 4. Kalumburu to Kununurra. ...

    North Kimberley Pt 4. Kalumburu to Kununurra.

    http://cuppa500.com/Blog/2019/07/23/north-kimberley-pt-4-kalumburu-to-kununurra/
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    VIDEO: How to make your wife's arms ache!

    Another 7 minutes from the Munja Track.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKuQVTnvVpg&feature=youtu.be
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    Following hard on the heels of my previous post,...

    Following hard on the heels of my previous post, here is the next whilst we have an internet connection. This North Kimberley Part 3 - The Munja Track is without doubt our Kimberley highlight.
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    North Kimberley Part 2. Mt Hart to Mt Elizabeth...

    North Kimberley Part 2. Mt Hart to Mt Elizabeth (via Mornington Wilderness Camp & a couple of locations we had all to ourselves).
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    Good to hear that MR, in fact *very* good to hear...

    Good to hear that MR, in fact *very* good to hear that.

    I was prepared to cough up for a pair of the good Konis, but the choice was OME, Munroe or some make I'd never heard of. The OME are the...
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    Hi ET & all, Found that the wiring connector...

    Hi ET & all,

    Found that the wiring connector which is clipped to the side of the sub tank had become unclipped & was flopping around. Remounted it afterseparating it & giving it a squirt of WD40. ...
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    Thanks timbo, the noise went away by itself,...

    Thanks timbo, the noise went away by itself, which suggested to me it was a dust issue.I did give it a spray with ptfe more recently. Seems fine.
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    A new blog post in which we set off along the...

    A new blog post in which we set off along the Gibb River Road.

    http://cuppa500.com/Blog/2019/07/09/north-kimberley-part-1-broome-to-mt-hart/
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    Sub Tank gauge issue - thoughts please.

    Hi from the far north Kimberley ........ A quickie (not that I do 'quickies' especially well :) Ha ha) from Kalumburu where internet access is very hit & miss. (more miss than hit it seems).
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    8mm on mine

    8mm on mine
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