wombat81 wrote:Added some brackets to the rear so I can put two dirty gear bags on for travelling.
The.Durry wrote:wombat81 wrote:Added some brackets to the rear so I can put two dirty gear bags on for travelling.
Can you throw up some picks of this when you get a chance please mate, trying to work out something similar myself as the bag is now immaculate with carpet etc everywhere, it's too bloody nice to throw a rubbish bag in! Hoping to work out some way of attaching them to the tailgate without compromising the seal on the rear canopy window.
Sam Gribley wrote:Awesome thread mate, thanks for all the updates. Looking forward to more.
What's your plan for WA? Wet season will be a pretty rough time to be up in the Kimberley, plenty of roads and crossings will be shut off from time to time so be aware of that. But it's a while off yet so I'm sure you'll suss out a plan. Just make sure you do get up there! Maybe as early in the trip as possible before the weather gets too shitty. It's a bloody amazing part of the world and not to be missed!
Critter350 wrote:Great setup Wombat. I’ve got those same plastic drawers for my kitchen, can’t beat em for maximising space.
How many of you travelling? You had a tent and swag, now your talking about a camper trailer - what sort?
Critter350 wrote:Heard from someone recently that swapped out AGM for similar sized lithium, both 100ah but you can take the lithium down to 80% DOD. That and he says it charges up much faster, don’t need to drive for hours and hours.
Critter350 wrote:Maybe consider a lift up bracket for the solar, so so can tilt toward the sun.
Critter350 wrote:Pumping 13.7V at your battery will charge it but you’d risk boiling it dry without some sort of charge management, or is that what the ctek is doing?
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