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Photography / Re: The Canon SX50 HS Thread
« Last post by Bring It On on Today at 10:59:30 am »
Thanks for all the positive & valuable input you've added to this thread.  :thumleft:

It sure is a great camera indeed with so much camera packed into a nice package. It really ticks so many of the right boxes for me in a single camera.
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Dankie Bois !!!
Was awesmoe trippie gewees.
Die jellybabies was baie lekker dankie Hannes    :lol8:
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Clothing and Equipment / BMW GS Enduro Helmet.
« Last post by abnormaload on Today at 10:57:19 am »
Does anyone out there know if any YouTube/Video clips exist to strip the BMW GS helmet?
Want to fit the BMW Communications system and am a bit weary.


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Photography / Re: The Canon SX50 HS Thread
« Last post by WabbitKiLR on Today at 10:34:24 am »
I handed over my SX50 to my dad after four great years of owning this legend of a camera.

I got my paws on a used D3100 that I will be using from now on, but the super zoom and the ease of use of the Canon has really spoilt me.

I sure will miss it :(

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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Hand-built DKW bike
« Last post by ChrisL - DUSTRIDERS on Today at 09:54:17 am »
Ek sal graag wil sien hoe die ou aan die anderkant die sprocket gedoen het. Daai is nie n bike gearbox so hoe gemaak?
Chris, dit lyk of hy aan hierdie kant die halfshaft vasgemaak het met daardie oranje plaat, dan kan hy mos sommer die sprocket op die ander kant se halfshaft vasmaak. Die DKW's was mos voorwielaangedrewe, met die enjin wat so in die lengte van die kar sit soos n agterwiel aangedrewe voertuig. Alfasud en Citroen was ook so.
Lyk my jy ken die DKWs. :thumleft:
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Good news, Marissa will still do the catering, SO THE LIST REMAINS OPEN FOR YOU MOFU'S THAT ALWAYS ENTER LATE.
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The Comedy Club / Re: Photos that make you think WTF
« Last post by GRyPH on Today at 09:33:57 am »
ok, so best info I could get said that the old route here was marked as a heritage/scenic site and therefore they didnt want to build the bridge directly over the old route.

(not sure how true it is)
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Racing Section / Re: Saffers at WSBK in 2017.
« Last post by TheBear on Today at 09:32:33 am »
And then Sheridan qualified 6th on the grid for today's race...go for it boet!!!  :ricky:

Indeed!  *insert loud applause here*  Also, his team is still on the older model R6 waiting for Yamaha factory to deliver the new model.  It seems R6's are very, very hard to find   ...!   That, or the factory is worried about getting their arses kicked by the 2nd team!

EDIT:  #32SM went 3rd fastest in warm-up this morning.

Dorren Loreiro is 10th on the SSP300 grid.  Also a good one for him.

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The Comedy Club / Re: Photos that make you think WTF
« Last post by GRyPH on Today at 09:31:06 am »
Reminds me of this:

I realise the road was originally supposed to follow the blue lines, but why didn't they reroute along the red lines when they figured out that the original plan wouldn't work out?


my guess would be that they left room for future developments along the route you marked blue.  At that time the main route will run along the blue route and what you see there will become a interchange.




The first photo is just to get height to get over the railway.


but how about the Sumbar-Riau highway below?   :imaposer:

note how the old route gets to the same point and I dont think the the issue here was the levels of the road.
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Hand-built DKW bike
« Last post by Pullaway on Today at 09:19:29 am »
Ek sal graag wil sien hoe die ou aan die anderkant die sprocket gedoen het. Daai is nie n bike gearbox so hoe gemaak?
Chris, dit lyk of hy aan hierdie kant die halfshaft vasgemaak het met daardie oranje plaat, dan kan hy mos sommer die sprocket op die ander kant se halfshaft vasmaak. Die DKW's was mos voorwielaangedrewe, met die enjin wat so in die lengte van die kar sit soos n agterwiel aangedrewe voertuig. Alfasud en Citroen was ook so.
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