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Offline saph

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Hi from the easy coast
« on: March 12, 2019, 03:20:33 AM »
Hi there,

Joined up a few weeks ago now so i can get ideas for a camper trailer to tow behind a small car (suzuki sierra) since every trailer ive looked at is way over the tow limit of most small sierras i liked for the right price since then at max i can tow a drifta dot 4 even then it may be a bit odd since the weight of water is a main issue for me at a extra 80kg and getting a bigger car is not needed since its mostly me on trips with the fishing gear hence the reason for a camper trailer so i can fish and not lose a decent spot or have the fish go off bite while i go get some bait if im unlucky to get squid on jigs before hand (one of the most fun things to do with a unsuspecting person who turns the squid toward them and gets shot with fresh ink after getting the warning and no pics because it was to funny to get one). anyways enough rambling on about my need for a camper for now.

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Re: Hi from the easy coast
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 05:53:15 AM »
Welcome to myswag.

Have you looked at the pod trailers
https://podtrailer.com.au

Happy camping
KB

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Re: Hi from the easy coast
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2019, 10:57:46 AM »
Welcome to myswag.

Have you looked at the pod trailers
https://podtrailer.com.au

Happy camping
KB

Ive looked at them but dont like the plastic shell and plus it only needs to sleep me and im picky about how its set up with regards to stuff being in places that i can access easy since ive got a torn shoulder muscle that kills a fair bit of heavy lifting like canvis when i can just interchange the drifta one with something thats pop up style,

Also thanks for the welcome.