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TonyH

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About TonyH

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  • Birthday 16/06/1953

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

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  1. Hi Kev, Don't think I was that lucky, (VERY appreciative though) I just got what I had paid for, NRMA has a 10 tonne limit on their policy & RACQ have a 4.5 tonne limit. Travel safe, hope to meet you somewhere down the road.
  2. Hi, Welcome to the group, looking forward to meeting you ‘down the road’ Tony & Annie
  3. Yesterday we were travelling on the Western Fwy into Brisbane. Minding our own business, enjoying the drive towards the ‘factory’ we heard a noise from under the bonnet and an unusual smell through the dash vents. Moments later I lost the power assist from the steering and brakes.........luckily there was a verge on the roadside that we could make a hasty ‘safe’ stop. Upon stopping, after opening the bonnet, I found that the A/C compressor had seized & thrown/destroyed the serpentine drive belt resulting in loss of steering & braking assist. Being a member of NRMA I rang the
  4. 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
  5. Steve & Kerry, Thanks for the kind words. Kalumburu, brings back many great memories for me, such a beautiful place/area & community. I’ve had the privilege of visiting twice, both extended visits whilst I was working for KRSP (Kimberley Regional Service Providers). The last time I was there the Gall’s came through and filming ‘The Canning DVD’ was a great time many many laughs! Hugs for Kerry, looking forward to your updates on your travels. Cheers & travel safe Tony.
  6. Annie & I would like to wish all members & visitors to this site, the safest & most joyous Christmas. 🎄 May Christmas and the New Year bring you everything you wish for and more. Fingers crossed that life as we knew it, before March 2020 returns before too long! Travel safe & remember there are idiots out there! In closing, the Kedron Owners Group AGM is being held next month (see seperate notice), I am definitely stepping down as President.....Seriously hoping someone will put their hand up for the Sec/Tres position. SERIOUSLY it is not an onerous jo
  7. Hi Ann, Great tip, but...... The water pressure regulators (in our vans) are completely different, but serve the same purpose. I am not sure if you can pull apart/overhaul the type fitted to Kedron’s. Happy to be proved wrong. Thanks for the contribution. Tony
  8. First off.....I will declare an interest, I am an authorised reseller of the Clearview range of products. The OP is not a member or owner of a Kedron. Yes, the OP (Trayon) definitely has a problem, but on that would have taken a considerable length to get to that 'stage' action should have been taken on first noticing the 'failure' of the powdercoating. There was a batch of mirrors produced several years ago that did suffer from this problem, Clearview at the time were accepting this fault as a warranty extension & happily supplied & fitted new mounts to rectify t
  9. Looks very pleasant & relaxing.....enjoy!
  10. The news of Kim Greenwood’s (Kimbo) passing is very saddening. As mentioned in previous posts he (& his wife Nerida) were founding members of the Kedron Owners Group (KOG). His passion for his family (including extended), & life generally is well known. Your memory will be remembered for a very long time and around many campfires. The thoughts and condolences of the Kedron Owners Group, goes to all of the Greenwood family at this sad time. Tony Heat President KOG
  11. Although I have only meet Kimbo & Nerida once, very early in our Kedron ‘life’ his friendship & assistance is long remembered. Thanks guys, travel safe and may the journey be not to rough.
  12. SA is filled with natural beauty
  13. Greetings all, I trust this finds you in good health & spirits. For the past couple of weeks I have delayed this announcement, really hoping that we (all of Australia & the rest of the world) could see an end to this wretched COVID-19 virus. With the continuing cases in Victoria & NSW, closed QLD borders and severe quarantine/travel restrictions, we (the executive) have agreed that the proposed gathering at Kilkivan cannot go ahead in a safe manner like it has over the past few years. It is with GREAT reluctance that I have to inform you that the proposed
  14. G’day Richard & Tracey,, Caravan design and features is very much an individual choice. One of the great things in choosing a Kedron is the ability to personalise it. Can I suggest you let us know what you have put on your list of ‘wants’ for this build, so other readers of this post can contribute & possibly add to your ‘list’ advising you of their reasons. There are the basic essentials of course, but design & budget limits the final choice. Once you have taken delivery and used your ‘new baby’ over extended periods you will want to fine tune it with little extras....no
  15. Hi Bryan, Is this what your referring to.... https://www.purpleline.com.au/ ??? Thinking that they may be of benefit on a 'black top only' type van, but doubting their use on an off road van due to their positioning. Cheers Tony
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