Accessories for my Caravan
Im embarking on a year long caravan adventure in May and am looking for any suggestions for caravan accessories that might make my journey more comfortable/practical. . .
Posted By Shirley on Wednesday 28th March 2007 @ 12:41:29
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Hi, I've been using these forums for a while now and I must say the help and knowledge I've gained from you guys is great so I think it's time I gave something back!
I've just picked up one of these tables: http://land-n-sea.co.nz/lagun-space-saving-swivel-table-pedestal-212 and it's great! I run quite a small van conversion ( Toyota Hiace) so was looking for something to maximize my space/usability.
I'll post some pictures once I've finished attaching the table top but here's the promo video of it in action!
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Posted By Rodney Campbell on Thursday 5th July 2012 @ 18:49:31
I suggest you get hold of a quality plastic jerrycan, the type that is used by the military is the best as it has two screw type lids and allows water to flow under control. These can be got at any decent camping shop for about 25 bucks.
Fill it with rain water as most of the water in the inland and some coastal regions is crap. A lot of caravan parks have rain water tanks for use by travellers.
You will find that you tea/coffee/grog tastes much better. Also a litle bit rinses through ones hair at the completion of a hair wash takes away that salty feeling.
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Posted By Richard Holland on Sunday 16th March 2008 @ 16:58:15
You may like to consider a weight distribution hitch to make towing a bit safer. I also prefer to use electric brakes when towing.
Posted By Tom on Sunday 27th January 2008 @ 14:16:35
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