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RE: Euro slideout

I think that design would be a big hit here in the states. Slideouts on Ducatos common in Australia. Trakka here makes a rear slide for a Class B+ http://www.australianmotorhomes.com.au/SiteFiles/australianmotorhomescomau/umh/3707U/gallery/Sunliner_Motorhome_02.jpg This a Class C you are always comparing Class C's to Class B's. :S WHY? Only Trakka has done slides on a B, but a Sprinter rear slide
RobertRyan 07/21/14 06:36pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Euro slideout

I think that design would be a big hit here in the states. Slideouts on Ducatos common in Australia. Trakka here makes a rear slide for a Class B+ http://www.australianmotorhomes.com.au/SiteFiles/australianmotorhomescomau/umh/3707U/gallery/Sunliner_Motorhome_02.jpg
RobertRyan 07/21/14 04:37pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Videos Of Off Road Caravans

Robert, could you give an idea of the price of the ones in the videos? In USD? Expensive to US Buyers, from $50,000 to $70,000. They the manufacturers are constantly adding new features i.e Disc Brakes, Fuel cells, Electronic ABS, Sensatrak braking,new composites structures, improved suspension and hitch systems, one touch control panels, pop up TV's LED's etc Sensabrake new braking system
RobertRyan 07/20/14 04:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: Videos Of Off Road Caravans

Be nice if we could import the chassis and pop it under our existing one. Chassis's plural, very different from what you would find under a US TT. Several different types
RobertRyan 07/20/14 06:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Wi Fi availability at RV Campgrounds

I am an "Aussie" that has traveled the US and Canada extensively in a fifth wheeler between 2003 - 2008. In those days WiFi was existent but not in all campgrounds and mostly the Rv'er had to pay for the use thereof. Is WiFi prolific nowadays and is it free at RV Campgrounds? I am planning a trip from LAX to Vancouver, Jasper Cannmore Yellowstone, Tetons and Colarado Rockies in May/June 2015. Just cannot keep away from touring your country. One Aussie innovation that is very popular worldwide. The CSIRO developed it and now is everywhere. CSIRO and the invention of WiFi
RobertRyan 07/20/14 01:04am Technology Corner
RE: 2015 all Rams trucks will be J2807 compliant

Some recent news really makes all this very interesting a VW Ram? VW looking at taking over FCA
RobertRyan 07/19/14 04:08am Tow Vehicles
Videos Of Off Road Caravans

There are so many of these seems to be a new one turning up every couple of months Elite Caravans Nova Caravans Spinifex Caravans Van Cruiser Caravans
RobertRyan 07/18/14 10:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rugged Aussie trailer

Jayco has introduced a independent suspension for its Caravans and Camper trailers http://liveimages.motoring.com.au/motoring/general/editorial/ge4795197338311145427.jpg?height=290&aspect=centered&width=440 http://www.expandasdownunder.com/attachments/563-jpg.19074/
RobertRyan 07/18/14 02:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Best TV mystery dramas....IMHO

while it is not a mystery, anyone watch Doc Martin ? our favorite shows are Call the mid wife - Doc Martin - and of course 'Downton abbey' - Midsommer mystery - just to name a few. if you watch Doc Martin, do you think there will be another season? Call the Midwife sums up 1950's England very well and some strong story lines
RobertRyan 07/17/14 11:53pm Around the Campfire
RE: Best TV mystery dramas....IMHO

Not gonna argue about Longmire. Love the show. Funny that Robert Taylor is an Aussie though. Sure has gotten rid of any accent he may or may not have once had. The legion of Aussie actors either gradually get rid of or dramatically get rid of their accents. Magically reappear when off camera
RobertRyan 07/17/14 12:34am Around the Campfire
RE: Rugged Aussie trailer

When we lived in OZ we owned a Goldstream pop top off-road camper. Like stated by others, the unsealed roads can be quite corrugated, and would tear up a standard trailer made here in the States. We moved back to the States in early 2014 and sold our 1995 trailer for $10k AUD. Goldstream make some nicely finished and strong Pop Up Folding Trailers and Caravans
RobertRyan 07/15/14 10:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rugged Aussie trailer

When we lived in OZ we owned a Goldstream pop top off-road camper. Like stated by others, the unsealed roads can be quite corrugated, and would tear up a standard trailer made here in the States. We moved back to the States in early 2014 and sold our 1995 trailer for $10k AUD. Gold stream make some nicely finished and strong Pop Up Folding Trailers and Caravans
RobertRyan 07/15/14 10:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rugged Aussie trailer

That is cool, they have some real unusual RV's in Australia. A north american trailer would not last 5 minutes on some of the roads down there. You could almost tow that thing through the Darien Gap. Actually South African but sold in Australia . As RoyB knows quite a few builders in Australia build something similar A listing of some Campertrailer manufacturers from lightweight to UEV standard Australian CamperTrailer manufacturers
RobertRyan 07/15/14 05:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: How pretty is this?

You can get similar interiors here for the coach conversions http://assets.cougar.nineentertainment.com.au/imagegen/p/800/600/assets/traderspecs/2013/04/02/misc/trakkaway700_6.jpeg Horizon Motorhomes Cloth or Leather Seats http://assets.cougar.nineentertainment.com.au/imagegen/p/800/600/assets/momoads/2014/05/21/24/5006827_7674_10.jpg
RobertRyan 07/14/14 12:36am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Want a Mercedes but not a Sprinter?

They also come as an All Terrain Vehicle as well. Minivan with reasonable Off Road Performance http://i478.photobucket.com/albums/rr148/Lorday-/PA110016.jpg
RobertRyan 07/11/14 01:16am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Tow Foldable with Class B

Perhaps this could be an alternative for you. If not it is interesting just the same. http://www.conqueroraustralia.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=7&Itemid=13 Here's a better link for the UEV-440. (http://uev.com.au/440-2) Not bad for a starting price of $49,990! If you saw my Folding Trailer posts quite an industry in Campertrailers here. Over 100 manufacturers, all types including many Off Road. Conquer is South African, but I think it has been bought by an Australian Company Here are some of those manufacturers Australian Campertrailer manufacturers
RobertRyan 07/10/14 06:03pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Want a Mercedes but not a Sprinter?

Trakka here in Australia does something similar with VW's They are Campervans not Motorhomes here http://www.rvlinks.com/images/gallery/australia/trakka/trakka_camper_1.jpg http://www.trakka.com.au/model_images/Trakkadu-103/gallery/DSC_0934%20(680x455).jpg
RobertRyan 07/10/14 04:32pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: For all my GM Buddies

True but ford did have the 6 liter engine. chevman Now Ford is using the 1 liter Ecoboost direct injection gas engines as the high mileage leaders over in Europe, a huge change from the mostly diesel only to get the best mileage normal way of life over there. Fred. No it is not the high mileage leader. Small diesels are much more effective. The tiny engine was built for the US, as far as I know it does not sell well in Europe
RobertRyan 07/10/14 06:37am Tow Vehicles
RE: Hymer - Ducato in Nanaimo

Here are some images of a recent visitor on Vancouver Island. Not much longer, if at all, than our RT, but very slick looking. http://sen-f.ca/main/page_rv_info_hymerducato.html You can see where the Winnebago A-Class on a Sprinter chassis came from
RobertRyan 07/09/14 10:50pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: can you winter camp in a pop up?

They do it in Australia http://www.campplan.com.au/media/campertrailer-in-snow.jpg
RobertRyan 07/09/14 03:07am Folding Trailers
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