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    New (to us) Camper Trailer

    Travel bug is starting to nibble at us, so we bit the bullet and bought this locally, generally in good nick but very sparse in the electrical department,

    so I'll be doing some extra wiring and possibly upgrading battery system on Pearl(130) as tow vehicle and fitting electric brake controller,

    Electric's are not my favourite field of endeavour so I'll have questions along the way

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    Three hours later with no howto's

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    Also came with another bay that goes on the back again, couldn't put it up as I parked to close to the wood shed, miss heard PO and thought it went on the front
    I doubt we will ever use it heaps off room with what we put up

    Cheers Paul

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    What a difference a day makes no damage but lessons learnt

    Some of the spreader bars had broken c clips so there wasn't quiet enough in the annex section (c clips ordered)

    add 95mm of rain in 24hrs........ roof pooled and weight of water caused adjustable upright poles to telescope in (next time nip locking screw with a screwdriver or something)

    now waiting for some sunshine to dry everything out...........fortunately no damage except to pride

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    Cheers Paul
    Puma 90........Ruby
    Puma 130......Pearl
    Series 2a 88............Jade
    Series 3 109 tray......yet to be freshened up

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    Hhmmmm - nice wood shed.

    (I might have commented in another one of your threads about firewood...)
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    Was a good downpour and would test any canvas I reckon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grey_ghost View Post
    Hhmmmm - nice wood shed.

    (I might have commented in another one of your threads about firewood...)
    my neighbours wood pile is stacked as a boundary fence..........some of the benefits of living next to a state forest

    Cheers Paul
    Puma 90........Ruby
    Puma 130......Pearl
    Series 2a 88............Jade
    Series 3 109 tray......yet to be freshened up

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