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  1. Hi Chris, Ourselves and two other couples are looking at going over to Kangaroo Is. in March. I rang Sealink and they wanted $780.00 to take our ATV and Landcruiser ute over so we looked at other options. We got a five night stay in one of the lighthouse cottages plus return trips for two vehicles for $700.00 per couple and they through in a couple of extras. It may pay to check out a deal. Barry
  2. Thanks everyone I'll give the Honda another try before I part with some more dollars
  3. Hi Merv, You could be right, I will have a look under one and check if the pads are removable. Thanks Barry
  4. Hi Fellow Kedron owners, We are looking at replacing our Honda 2.0kva generator because it won't run the air con when it's hot (39 degrees+). I have been looking at the Genquip 3300 and it is just a fraction too tall to fit in the gen box in the van. The box opening height is 470mm and the generator is 475mm,it may only be 5mm difference but it is enough to stop it going in. I read on another topic that someone cut the handles off the generator, this is a bit to radical for me they a heavy enough with handles to carry around. Any advice anyone can give me on how to get the generator to fit in
  5. Hi Barramundi. We picked up our new (and first caravan) 21' external ATV (layout 15) in mid August and have done 9000k's in it so far including about 3000k's on dirt. It's fitted with four solar panels (never run out of power), 1800 watt inverter (ideal for charging lap tops, phones etc.), diesel heater (very nice on a -4 degrees morning), front loader washing machine (works well) 3x100 litre water tanks, LED lights throughout. LIKES; Very comfortable van for extended free camping, tows like a dream behind our chipped up V8 LC ute even on the dirt and very rough roads (Cordillo Downs Farm Rd)
  6. Hi All, Thanks everyone for the info on the van weight, sounds like we will have to watch what we pack when we go travelling. I don't think we will have to much of a problem as we are not the type that has to take everything including the kitchen sink with us when they go travelling. It would be nice to have a bit of leeway on the weight, will take the advice about carrying water when we don't need too. When we ordered the van I ordered the 100L drinking water tank as I figured it is easier to fit the bigger tank from new then retro fit one or carry extra water containers. Thanks Richard for
  7. This is our first time on this forum, my wife and I are new to caravanning but we are looking forward to getting out there and seeing a bit more of Oz the relaxed way.We are expecting delivery of our first van a new Kedron in mid August, there is nothing like jumping in the deep end. The fifteen month wait time fitted in well with our plans and now delivery is getting close we are getting very excited. We live in Brisbane so plan A when we get the van is to do a short trip somewhere for a couple of weeks then take the van back to the factory for a check over then off we go. The van is a 21' A
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