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  2. To all who may have been interested our Land Cruiser has been sold. Doug
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  4. Reluctant sale of our ripper 2017 22'6" Topender. We will be overseas for quite a while and simply don't have the time to use it. Done less than 10,000k's (and that includes the trip from factory to here in SW of WA). Fully loaded with every imaginable extra. 600w solar, 300a/hr Lithium, Oyster auto satellite, air suspension, Hayman Reece WDH, 6 tonne McHitch, tyres still got pimples, outside shower, outside kitchen with sinks and weber bbq, huge storage bays, leather lounge area, microwave etc. The list is endless. Have only had time for 1 trip away and everything works as it should. Rated at 4 tonne with tare of 3305. Plenty of carrying capacity. I've towed with 200 series (would require GVM upgrade) and currently towing with current F250. Current replacement would be around $160k. Suit someone looking at a new van. Will sell for $127,500. Can deliver to Perth WA or elsewhere for cost of fuel (eg NSW for around $400). This is a beautiful van with zero faults. No damage, no issues. Link to Kedron video at handover is: https://www.facebook.com/KedronCaravans/videos/1562511633768038/ This shows the van a lot better than my description. Happy to help with any purchaser with delivery. We are extremely fussy owners, just won't be able to use this one for a few years. Will be buying another Keddy when we return, the best van out there in our opinion.
  5. Welcome to the forum Ian. You would be choosing one of Australia’s best vans if you choose a Kedron. The vans are super strong and reliable, and the Gall Boys are such wonderful people to deal with. Let us know how you go with the purchasing of a new van. chris
  6. Hi, Ian McLaren here, or Macca for short. Do not currently own a Kedron, but very keen on a 19’ Topender. I currently drive an MY17 200 Series GX Landcruiser, towing an Off Road Elite 18’ Goulburn RZ. My wife & I along with my Brother-in-Law love exploring this great country of ours. We travel with our dogs, and tend to mostly free camp. Our last trip last year was to Cape York, including The Old Tele Track, although we did not take the van up TOTT, leaving it and my wife at Bramwell Junction while my BIL & I drove TOTT. Other trips have included all the state border corners (including both corner posts at Survey Generals Corner), with the exception of the Vic/S.A./NSW border. Our next big trip will probably be Nhulunbuy, or the Kimberley. We did the Kimberley back in 2004, but would love to get back there again. Have crossed the Simpson a couple times, and will do this again, love the desert.
  7. Yes, it certainly was. Some folk had a small dog while we were there. http://wikicamps.com.au/site/65452/34271001
  8. Yes, we arrived home a few days ago,.......just about finished unpacking.
  9. Thanks Tony. It got superseded by the Chev Are you back home yet. Doug and Lis
  10. Very nice tidy unit.....fingers crossed for a quick sale
  11. Our 2013 land Cruiser is up for sale. It started out as a tug for our ATV but we ended up upgrading our tow vehicle. It has been a shopping trolley for the last 3 years and it is now time to down size. All the details are listed below and the vehicle is located at the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. 2013 MY 13 VX diesel VDJ200R . (All the VX features including Sunroof, Leather interior, Woodgrain panels, 7 Seater and KDSS suspension) Current milage is 78000 kms. Fitted extras include, Colour coded steel bullbar. (ARB) Safari snorkel. Split battery system with isolator and upgraded alternator fuse. Full suspension upgrade including airbags. (TJM) Roof rack. Caravan camera system. Tekonsha 3 electric brake controller. 12 volt power points in rear.(x2) Floor mats front and rear. Rear seat cover/protectors. Concealed UHF radio. Dash mat. Toyo open country tyres (80%) Toyota towing pack with 7 pin large round plug. Price is $73000 Has never been on the beach and very little gravel. We are reluctant to let it go but we do not need two large 4 wheel drives. Doug and Lis
  12. Looks like the worst is over and the site should work faster now. Any problems contact me. Thanks
  13. 2010 model - 2 single beds - work station - full annexe - housed in shed since new - rarely off the bitumen and rarely used - excellent condition - recently factory serviced inside and out - extended A frame with double bike rack - reversing camera with new monitor - gas bayonette - Textylene long wall - Altec Vast HD Satellite Digital Receiver - Digital Satellite Finder and Dish - 3x100 litre water tanks - 2x9kg gas bottles - all modern amenities including air, fridge, diesel heater, microwave, washing machine - full list of inclusions available - $70,000 ono.
  14. Inland about 35 kms from Tumby Bay SA is the lovely little town of Cummins. This town has a wide range of facilities, ranging from an IGA supermarket, a butchers, takeaway, a hardware store, a mechanical workshop, hairdresser, bakery (oh what a bakery!) and a great caravan park. It is fairly small (I think only about 10 or so powered sites) but heaps of room for unpowered sites. Some of the sites are on lovely fresh green grass, even at this time of year at end of Summer. And I think the washing machine is free, but don’t quote me on that. Pay for six nights and stay seven, at $25 a night for a powered site. A tip...#8 is the best spot. Which we are on!
  15. We are attempting an upgrade and have been advised the site will crash until we can get it right. Hopefully this will only be a day or two at worst. Sorry for the inconvenience caused
  16. G'day Bryan, A good place for all the required bits & pieces is Couplemate in Brisbane. www.couplemate.com.au
  17. Hi Macca, Hi tensile/high sheer load chain used in a GVM upgrade CANNOT be welded as it weakens/lowers the chains ratings. The chain on your van is probably welded on your draw bar (as was mine). The std welded chain is only good enough up to 3500kg's. Have a read of the post 'GVM upgrades' on this forum.
  18. I was under the impression that the chains had to be welded to the van chassis. Macca
  19. Hi, I am new to this forum. Have you considered the Redback 4KVA generator from iteckworld? They have received some very good reviews, very quite particularly if you remove the wheels which tend to vibrate on high load. Macca.
  20. Ok thanks for the info not sure what to do just yet enderdrive is a possibility cheers Rod
  21. Hi Rod, Until recently we lived in 'The Hunter', but alas I cant suggest a suitable 'repairer' for your Victron. Bearing in mind the cost of labour, transport to and from the repairer and the overall cost of a new charger........it may be more economical to purchase a new charger. My original charger was a Victron 12v/40amp unit......it went 'to god' after about four years. I now have an Enerdrive 12v/60amp charger and I couldn't be more happy with its performance, being able to 'pump out' 60amps instead of 40amps it charges a lot quicker and when occasionally the (unit) cooling fan comes on it is SO much quieter than the previous unit! Don't know if your aware, but Kedron are using Enerdrive charging equipment exclusively on their new vans. http://www.enerdrive.com.au/products/ https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_osacat=0&_odkw=enerdrive+battery+charger&_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=enerdrive+battery+charger+60amp&_sacat=0 Hope this helps Cheers
  22. Sorry new to this i am looking for some one to repair my victron 12v/1600w/70a charger in the Newcastle area
  23. Hi Kym I had a fridge slide made for our 95l Weaco fridge. Dunn and watson made it. They manufacturer all sorts of different slides. dunnandwatson.com.au David
  24. Rod, I am not sure if you meant to say more than just this happy smiling face basking in the sunshine....? We are always happy to see smiling faces (of course!) but wondered if you forgot to say more? 😉 Chris
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