Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Last week
  2. Mike I think you'll be fine with that setup providing the unladen weight of Keddy is around 2900-3000kg. That leaves around 400kg ish for water and goods and as you said you can dump some of your gear into back tray of LC. Anything above that eg TE with 3.5t+ will be a battle. Of course anything is doable, just depends on what speed you sit on and a lot of other stuff. But an AT5 should be fine.
  3. thanks a Lot for this info would like to hear more from your experiance. i bet you had a Great time

    cheers ernst

  4. ATV42

    Tyre pressure

    Hi Ernst. We have just done the same treks. The 3 treks you mentioned are all a bit different. You may need to adjust your tyre pressure to suit. Several times we re-adjusted to suit the conditions ie the corrugations, stones, rocks, bulldust etc. In general, we ran our ATV for two at 30psi. Our 200 series Landcruiser at 28psi front and 32 psi at back. We had no tyre problems, all good. Just be flexible and be prepared to adjust your tyre pressures to suit your rig. What suited us, may not suit you.. All the best, and enjoy the journey; we certantly did. Peter
  5. I am embarking on an outback adventure, first tackling the plenty Highway, than the tanami Dessert road and finally the gibb river road. could somebody please advise the correct tyre pressure for the TE 5 Kedron Caravan and the Landcruiser Lc 200? cheers ernst
  6. Earlier
  7. TonyH

    Siri

    Probably best to find someone with an Apple iPad or phone and check it out......bit hard to relay what Siri says. After listening to Siri's explanation, I believe she is a blonde!
  8. Wandering Slaters

    Siri

    Don't have siri, what does it say?
  9. Chris

    Siri

    Well that was an hilarious exercise! So Siri has a sense of humour. Who knew. I love it.
  10. Grant Foster

    Siri

    Try asking SIRI “why are fire engines red” or “what is 0 divided by 0” 👌
  11. Grant Foster

    Just signed up

    Hi Tony, Thanks for the sign up. I am sure we all will benifit from our groups be closer aligned. Cheers Grant
  12. Webmaster

    Just signed up

    Welcome Grant and family. Keep checking back for updates on interesting things that KOG members do. Cheers Webmaster
  13. Webmaster

    Winter in Tasmania

    Yes hope to go back again. Spent three months there in 2014 but needed more time. Didn't get down the west coast as there had been a landslide and the road was blocked.
  14. TonyH

    Just signed up

    Welcome Grant and family. Hoping to put a face to the name & voice @ Killkivan Cheers
  15. Chris

    Just signed up

    How wonderful to see you here! Welcome to the forum. Yes, the Facebook page is a tremendous asset to Kedron owners, and well done in starting it up. I see the Facebook site providing quick responses and information on a range of issues, and this forum as having a wealth of information collected over the years available for easy searching. Chris
  16. Grant Foster

    Just signed up

    Hi all, New to KOG, I have 2010TE and love it. It’s dragged along by LC200TTD that does it easy. I am also the Admin for the Kedron Caravan Owners Face Book Page.
  17. Chris

    Winter in Tasmania

    Do you think you may get to Tasmania some time soon? It was always on our must-do list but always seemed to be too hard to organise. In the end, once we decided to go with it, the planning was smooth and easy.
  18. Webmaster

    Winter in Tasmania

    Thanks for the heads up.
  19. Chris

    Winter in Tasmania

    We have just come back from a trip to Tasmania and of course that was undertaken in the Winter months. I have put together a document which briefly outlines the advantages and disadvantages of winter travel. It probably applies to any cold weather travelling. It also assumes one has a diesel or gas heater and ability to stay warm and cosy in freezing conditions. Travelling in Tasmania in Winter.pdf
  20. Chris

    GVM and tow upgrades

    There has been a recent update on this by a circular. http://rvcs.infrastructure.gov.au Click on “what’s new”. “The revised circular applies to new applications and new amendments to existing Identification Plate Approvals (IPAs). The Circular will not affect the existing IPAs held by the second stage manufacturers”. It seems the upgrades already undertaken are 100% legal.
  21. We have just ordered a Kedron Compact and have the option of the Truma Aqua Plus instant HWS upgrade from the standard Camec for an additional $1000. We would welcome the opinion of owners of these systems to determine if it is worthwhile opting for the more expensive system. From what I have read the Truma Aqua Plus has a more consistent temperature. Cheers.
  22. dismart

    GVM and tow upgrades

    Not yet, I will follow up. There is some information on the Caravaners Forum site quoting an SA transport official stating that this only applies to the pre first registration which comes under Aust Gov regulations. State Gov will still be able to carry on with their own schemes post registration. Will be interesting to see where this leads. cheers
  23. John and Jo

    GVM and tow upgrades

    Any news on this ?
  24. until
    Watch this space as we fill it full of fun things to do.
  25. adgrant3

    Tyres for our Top Ender

    Thanks for the info folks, all very helpful Andy
  26. Neville and Kay

    Caravan Transport

    Good afternoon Dennis Two options I would contact Kedron they might have some ideas, or contact Kendall Transport at Katanning in W.A. don't laugh but have seen Yogi on Out Back Truckers and he looks after his loads, he also won the Scania's driver competition. If you google KENDALL Transport you can decide for yourself at least it may be a start. I sure hope you get it sorted all the best and have many safe and happy Trips. Neville.
  27. Leon Brown

    Tyres for our Top Ender

    Hi I fitted Hankook RF10 LT 265/65 R17. These are all terrain tyres . only jusrt went on Leon
  1. Load more activity
×