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General Discussion / Re: new modcon c3 hybrid
« Last post by edz on Today at 11:52:24 AM »
They got listed under camper trailers about page 10 ..Rummy along with some other vans and Hybrids .
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General Discussion / Re: Funny Photos 2018 edition
« Last post by MattNQ on Today at 11:33:35 AM »

Probably exceeds its rated ball weight now.......

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General Discussion / Re: new modcon c3 hybrid
« Last post by Rumpig on Today at 11:11:28 AM »
This may help you https://www.caravancampingsales.com.au/editorial/details/top-10-hybrid-campers-113404/
apparently Lifestyle aren’t in the top 10 of hybrids according to that list hey.
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General Discussion / Re: new modcon c3 hybrid
« Last post by Bird on Today at 11:05:38 AM »
Quote from: JusyApples
Wow some of those prices
and some of them are piss small ...
even tight for this family
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General Discussion / Re: new modcon c3 hybrid
« Last post by edz on Today at 11:03:11 AM »
Or you could go the way Stumped did and for about twenty K give or take http://www.myswag.org/index.php?topic=37321.0
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General Discussion / Re: new modcon c3 hybrid
« Last post by JusyApples on Today at 10:53:52 AM »
Wow some of those prices


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General Discussion / Re: What camper trailer for gibb river road
« Last post by Craig Tomkinson on Today at 09:58:14 AM »
Hi Brim, Gee as others have said you will be hoping to go up and across the Gibb till very late April or May, My mate was a barra guide at Home Valley station a few years ago, it was a real dry year and they had to load his 4wd on the back of HV boggie drive truck to get across the Pentecost river at the end of April,  if you are a fishermen do not forget a 3.8m tinny and 15hp outboard unreel fishing up around Kalumburu, Craig
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General Discussion / Re: What camper trailer for gibb river road
« Last post by VKPrado on Today at 09:56:15 AM »
After traveling the GRR last year, my advice would be check your wheel nuts and drive at a sensible pace.

The number of vehicles towing that thought they were on a sealed highway was unbelievable. Yes the vehicle was handling the corrugations but he trailers were bouncing all over the place and most of them had plumbing and wiring hanging down below dragging on the ground.

Passed 5 trailers with sheared off wheel studs. One couple when asked hadn't checked the wheel nuts since they picked up their trailer a month before.

I just dropped my tyre pressures and drove at no more than 80km/h and not one issue with my Cub.
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General Discussion / Re: Re-waterproofing a PVC camper trailer cover
« Last post by tryagain on Today at 09:41:09 AM »
Had a similar issue, I'll post up a pic of what I have done to stop it reoccurring, but as others have said, probably easiest to replace the existing one, depending on size, you can get ones from about $180 https://m.ebay.com.au/itm/Travel-Cover-For-Camper-Trailer-Tent-Universal-Fit-For-Most-Models-2-3x1-75-M/252650154142?hash=item3ad31f689e:g:UEMAAOSw4PRaqyKB

Would obviously be Chinese made at that price
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General Discussion / Re: Re-waterproofing a PVC camper trailer cover
« Last post by Lobster on Today at 09:07:44 AM »
Keep the loader. Ditch the old PVC cover and get a new PVC cover.

As a suggestion, where the chaffing happens, mod the new PVC cover with extra PVC strips for added protection.  If the strips chaff again, youwill just have to replace the strips and not the whole cover. :cheers:
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