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TonyH

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  • Birthday 16/06/1953

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    ATV
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  • Current Location
    Tinana Qld.
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    Touring this great country with my bride....and meeting like minded people.

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  1. Love the ad and ALSO the lamb ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
  2. Hi Matt, The only reviews you will get at the moment are from motoring journalists, as the vehicle (300series) won’t be available for public sale until possibly late this year…..any reports you read at the moment will be possibly biased toward Toyota……not doubting it will be a very capable performer!
  3. If you're thinking about getting one of those pre-paid cremation plans, Don't go to an English company, they'll lose the ashes. Happy New Year to all……travel safe!
  4. Hi Phillip, On our ATV we originally had a Dometic B3200 fitted from new, yes it worked (in a fashion) but was very noisey both internally and externally. After some investigation I decided to update and go to the ‘new’ at the time Dometic Harrier unit. We have been very happy with our choice, it is much (a lot) quieter inside and nearly silent outside, it has a much quicker cool down and having an inverter compressor is less power hungry when using the inverter (I can easily use the a/c in excess of six hours just on the inverter with 400 amps of lithium at night I have just on 1kva on the roof panels which lets me use the a/c with no worries in full sun) The Harrier unit is still a current model in the Dometic range and we are very happy with our choice…….sorry don’t know anything of the Cree unit. Have a safe and happy Christmas CU down the road Tony H
  5. Hi John & Jo, So good to hear of a positive outcome, travel safe!
  6. Yep....sure is Pete. All I can afford after paying for the gearbox rebuilds....lol
  7. Welcome to KOG, I believe you will find us a friendly group & generally very proud owners of the Kedron product. There is lots of Kedron & general 'caravan' information on this website, if there is something you cant find or not sure of.....just ask! Looking forward to meeting you down the road one day. Travel safe! Tony & Annie H
  8. Hi Tom, Sue & Indi, Welcome to the Kedron Owners Group, there is lots of Kedron related information on this website. With regular 'visits & contributions' to the site you are keeping it fresh, vibrant & interesting for all. If there is a topic or answer you cant find......just ask! Hope we meet one day at a gathering or somewhere down the road one day! Travel safe.
  9. No....ALL contributions are welcome & equal Travel safe & hugs for Caroline.
  10. Seamus starts his new job at the Dublin zoo and is given three tasks. First is to clear the exotic fish pool of weeds. As he does this a huge fish jumps out and bites him. To show who is boss, he beats it to death with a spade. Realizing his employer won't be best pleased he disposes of the fish by feeding it to the lions, as lions will eat anything. Moving on to the second job of clearing out the Chimp house, he is attacked by the chimps that pelt him with coconuts. He swipes at two chimps with a spade killing them both. What can he do? Feed them to the lions, he says to himself, because lions eat anything... He hurls the corpses into the lion enclosure. He moves on to the last job which is to collect honey from the South American Bees. As soon as he starts he is attacked by the bees. He grabs the spade and smashes the bees to a pulp. By now he knows what to do and shovels them into the lions cage because lions eat anything. Later that day a new lion arrives at the zoo.. He wanders up to another lion and says "What's the food like here?" The lions say: "Absolutely brilliant, today we had .... Fish and Chimps with Mushy Bees!!..
  11. Cheers Pete, Yes, having good health and being able to have a laugh in these times, is a bonus. Hugs for Margaret.
  12. Yes mate a trip to the ‘Green Shed’ and my fuel tank woes were solved…….if only my truck transmission problems could be solved as easily. Currently organising a ‘recovery’ from Alice to home……still having problems with transmission that I feel can only be fixed by the guy that rebuilt it……some what peed off, to say the least! Alice Springs is a lovely town and area, we have enjoyed our 9 weeks here, somewhat longer than we originally planned to stay……ready to move on…….unfortunately back to the east coast with all the Covid about.
  13. Spot on Chris, your trip reports are always very informative and an interesting read. Having this website and using the ‘search’ function is makes Kedron ownership a lot more friendly and relative. The current trend of using social media with its very limited search facilities ( there one minute, then gone) is not user friendly. Cheers & stay safe Tony
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