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  1. Hi all, A question for everyone. Does anybody use Stone Stomper or Rock Tamer type products to protect the front of the van from stones thrown up by the tow vehicle? Are they necessary or is the protection provided by Kedron sufficient? cheers, Peter
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  2. Just wanted to introduce ourselves.My name is Ian and my lady is Julie.We will be picking up our 2015 Kedron TE 3 this week which will be our first caravan and hoping the covid virus allows us to travel around Australia on a full time basis,but at this stage we will stick to Qld to get used to everything. Thanks Ian and Julie
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  3. We have just completed the process of changing the rims on our recently purchased XC3. The previous owner had specified zero offset rims on the XC3 in order for them to be interchangeable with his Landcruiser 70 series however, 100 series and 200 series rims are a 60 offset. Most Kedrons have 60 offset rims although some have zero offset. We changed the rims to be interchangeable with our old faithful 100 series. There are 6 rims for sale, 16'' X 8, 5 stud with zero offset. They come with centre caps with Kedron on them, and wheel nuts. The rims are in very good condition
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  4. We have the stone stomper and very happy with it . Also have the Kedron fitted stone guard but could easily take that off as no stones whatsoever flick up from the land cruiser. The Stone Stomper also keeps the dust down low . Also stops the stones flying back onto the tow vehicle. John
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  5. Hello and welcome, Enjoy your new experience in caravanning. Hope to see you on the road. Clive and Sandra
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  6. As a butcher is shooing a dog from his shop, he sees $15 and a note in his mouth, reading: "10 lamb chops, please." Amazed, he takes the money, puts a bag of chops in the dog's mouth, and quickly closes the shop. He follows the dog and watches him wait for a green light, look both ways, then trot across the road to a bus-stop. The dog checks the timetable and sits on the bench. When a bus arrives, he walks around to the front and looks at the number, then boards the bus. The butcher follows, dumbstruck. As the bus travels out into the suburbs, the dog takes in the scenery. After a
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