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|| 28 November 2010
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- Hard Floor - Sealed when closed excellent dustproof seals.
- Evakool ED90 Fridge / Freezer - (Based on 90Ltr Esky - 15ltrs use for compressor leaves 75ltrs usable space) - Danfoss compressor. Photo
- 120w Portable Solar Panel
- Fridge is enclosed in a lockable steel fridge box with integrated storage and filtered ventilation.
- Lockable Pantry area is accessible when camper is closed. Photo
- 105 amp/hr Lifeline Deep Cycle Battery (no dangerous gas emissions) - We replaced this battery with a new one in April 2008. It has remained properly charged since that time.Volt meter. Photo
- 2 x 4kg LPG gas cylinders (Tested Oct 2002 and May 2003) - Photo
- Dual Burner Stainless Steel LPG Stove - Photo
- Lockable Slide-out and foldback Kitchen Unit. - accessible when camper is closed. Photo
- Comfortable foam mattress (Double bed width Queen size bed length) - Photo
- 2 Reading lamps next to double bed. Photo
- Under bed storage drawer also accessible via rear door when camper is closed. Photo
- 120 ltrs water storage - electric pump to kitchen sink and trailer side gravity tap (handy for quick roadside stops) - includes LED water guage.
- Solid rubber jockey wheel.
- Treg Hitch - Photo
- 12 Pin Flat Connector - Photo
- ALKO Electric Brakes - Requires In Vehicle Controller (I use a Prodigy)
- Tyres Mickey Thomson Dick Cepek FCII LT305/70/R16 - Photo
- Rims and Tyres to suit a 100 Series Landcruiser IFS - Note these tyres have done about 10,000kms and have plenty of tread (I did over 90,000kms in a set of these tryes I had on my vehicle) - Includes matching spare tyre and rim.
- Independent Swing Arm suspension including Pedder Shockers and Coil Springs. This suspension setup is incredible to tow - The trailer is able to follow the vehicle anywhere.
- Trailer Chassis is hot dipped galvanised and although showing the pitted evidence of some outback touring has no evidence of rust. Photo
- Double jerry can holder. Photo
- 240v inlet (15amp) Double GPO inside camper. Photo
- Includes 2 (two) side canvas awnings.
- Flywire and canvas walls for kitchen side for fully enclosed annex. (Includes floor matting)
- Kids room about the size of 4 camp stretchers - Plenty of room for our 2 teenagers.
- Ensuite shower room attaches to the back.
- Awning to cover fridge box.
- Includes sand pegs and strong steel pegs, sufficient ropes and poles for the entire setup.
- Fridge switch for towing or camping allows battery to be charged while towing without any drain - fridge runs using towing vehicle's battery. (Aux wire required in towing wiring harness) Photo
- 12v Electric winch system for closing camper - very useful for a single person to operate also helps in holding the floor partially closed while tucking in the canvas. Photo
- Solar Panel (Kyocera) Rated 120watts includes extension lead and security wire so panel can be located away from shaded camp location. Photo and Video
We purchased the trailer November 23, 2003 as an Ex-demonstration unit directly from the manufacturers (Aussie Swag Campers).
The trailer has been used occasionally since then (about 3-4 times) a year. Mostly locally around Victoria.
We have been on 2 main trips.
- In 2004 Melbourne - Flinders Ranges - Maree - Oodnadatta - Coober Pedy - Uluru - Kings Canyon - Alice Springs - Chambers Pillar - Dalhousie Springs - Birdsville (vis Simpson Desert) - Broken Hill - Melbourne. (7,500kms)
- In 2009 Melbourne - Swan Hill - Bourke - Longreach - Winton - Hughenden - Cairns - Cape York Tip (Via Bloomfield Track to Cook Town and Lakefield NP) - Return via Chilli Beach - Port Douglas - Cairns - Normanton - Mt Isa - Longreach - Charleville - Parks - Melbourne. (10,500kms) NB: All of this trip was on bitumen or main gravel road (Except Bloomfield Track). We did not go on the Old Telegraph Track on Cape York.
All up I expect the trailer has done around 20,000kms
A Comment On Tyres & Rims
Originally I towed the Camper with a 100 Series Landcruiser. Shortly after we bought the trailer I changed the hubs and offset from the 6 stud hubs (to suit an 80 Series Landcruiser) to the 5 stud hubs to suit my vehicle.
When we changed vehicles a swapped the rims and tyres for 17inch sets to suit the 200 Series Landcruiser. (No offset or Stud Pattern change was required).
I am selling the trailer with rims and tyres to suit 100 Series IFS Landcruisers. These tyres have plenty of tread and I estimate have done about 10,000kms.
I still have the 80 Series hubs for interested buyers.