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    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.
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    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.
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    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
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    Try asking SIRI “why are fire engines red” or “what is 0 divided by 0” 👌
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    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
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    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!
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    Well that was an hilarious exercise! So Siri has a sense of humour. Who knew. I love it.
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    Hi Tony, Thanks for the sign up. I am sure we all will benifit from our groups be closer aligned. Cheers Grant
  9. 1 point
    Welcome Grant and family. Keep checking back for updates on interesting things that KOG members do. Cheers Webmaster
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    I made the mistake of asking the Siri App on my iPhone "What do Women want?"The bloody thing hasn't stopped talking for three days!!!