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General Discussion / Re: What Made You Smile - 2022
« Last post by Hairs on Today at 05:46:26 PM »
First fire of the year.
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General Discussion / Re: What's Making News - 2022
« Last post by corndog on Today at 05:35:11 PM »
We have seen 25-40 year old 1st generation Australians driving like that, many times. Well, maybe not quite that extreme, but the potential is there.

Were they driving a fully sick VL Commadore with turbo mate?
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Camper Trailer Classifieds / Coolabah Camper by Coffs Canvas 2013
« Last post by ScottBaU on Today at 03:53:54 PM »
Great solid Australian made camper trailer has served well.

I am currently looking for around $8k
Northern Suburbs of Canberra


* Soft floor camper trailer made with Heavy Duty Australian Made canvas by Coffs Canvas

* Comes with full awning and a portable fold out kitchen / pantry which allows for more storage in the inside of the 7x4 trailer.

* Queen size bed

* fully enclosed annex that is configurable all 3 Annex sides are independent to each other

* easy setup

* can access trailer from inside and outside












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General Discussion / Re: What's Making News - 2022
« Last post by Bird on Today at 03:29:17 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Funny Photos - 2022
« Last post by Bird on Today at 01:41:30 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Telsa Energy Plan
« Last post by Kangaron on Today at 12:54:59 PM »
I doubt we will get ROI, went In eyes wide open there. Our kids will benefit when they sell up eventually.
On retirement plan was cash for everything, no more loans. new car, new house architect-designed to my specifications built by a proper local builder, new everything, tv, fridge right down to all furniture cutlery and no debt at all and as few bills as possible.
Very close to achieving it all.

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General Discussion / Re: Funny Photos - 2022
« Last post by Pottsy on Today at 12:44:46 PM »
Lol
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General Discussion / Re: Telsa Energy Plan
« Last post by vern on Today at 12:12:16 PM »
To store power, what else.
We generate enough kwph during the day to run the house and fill the battery, which will allow heating/ cooling to be run 24/7 at no cost.
But reading the Tesla plan, although the $ are attractive, they have the right to drain the battery down to 20% overnight (to feed the grid) up to 50 times per year.
Seems to defeat the purpose.

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It's the first question we ask when customers want a quote.
Some people want them for grid outages, some want them for bragging rights, some for as you have stated, and others for the fact they think they will make money.
Generally the pay back period on a pw2 on average we find is around 12 years.

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General Discussion / Re: Telsa Energy Plan
« Last post by vern on Today at 12:08:04 PM »
How many amp hours are you getting with the pw2?
I have a mate at work who has a pw1
He said that he tried it with everything connected and it went flat in about 3-4 hours
Now he only runs a select few circuits
Lights and fridge I believe.


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Pw1 was only 6.5kw from memory, that why.

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General Discussion / Re: Telsa Energy Plan
« Last post by Kangaron on Yesterday at 10:46:55 PM »
We use about 7 kwhs in summer and generate about 30 on Ave.
Winter generate between 15 to 20.
PW2 holds 13.5 kWh.
Any access goes back to grid.
Anyway, anyone on the Tesla Energy Plan please?

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