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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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I like the Waeco simply cause it's made of tough plastic (takes the knocks) and of it's weight, so light to move around unloaded.
The lid has reversible hinge so you can open from either end.
The newer models plug straight into 240V as well.
Had my CF50 for over 7 years now and still going strong.

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HERE is my old 2008 T31, ST Series1

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Date Registered: 02-2012
Location: St Peters, South Australia
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Well I just bought a Weaco Cf60 today 15/11/2012 from (---) for $999:00 and it included a carry bag valued at $179:00.
I did not want to enter the name of the company in case of problems.
Please contact me if you want info.
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Date Registered: 01-2013
Location: South West, WA
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got a waeco cf40 with a insulation bag - never looked back

only problem we found was to only put the temp on 2 or 3 bars (depending on temp of the day) or it will start to freeze the food.

was very happy to note that the t31 came with a 12v outlet in the very back emoticon

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Date Registered: 02-2013
Location: Sydney, NSW
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Just got a small Waeco to keep me going on my city drives, will definitely look at something bigger and more sturdy as I get into my longer adventures. Just wondering if anyone could shed some light on how they secure/ tie down their fridge in the back of their T31?

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I used to keep my CF50 against the back seat and run an ocky strap from one seat mount (where the lift up button is at the top) to the other.

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Date Registered: 02-2013
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I see, I've only got one of the small coolers and was trying to position it under the 12v outlet. It's sitting there unsecured at the moment and hasn't moved but am just a little worried I'll break something once it inevitably does. Might have to look at repositioning it something like yours

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Date Registered: 06-2008
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Tie it down to the luggage hook in that corner.

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Date Registered: 06-2012
Location: Stanhope Gardens Sydney
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I have mine secured by wide luggage stretch strap running from hook in corner to rear seat back adjustment bracket works great. One thing if you have carpet in rear put a piece of rubber, I used not needed rubber mat from old car, to stop it sliding if you dont want to use strap.
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Date Registered: 07-2013
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We've just been away on a short four day trip and borrowed my dad's 40 litre engel, mainly to see if a fridge might be something we'd use. The end result is that we can't believe we have wasted so much money on eskys and ice that all result in waterlogged food. Now we're shopping for a fridge :-)

Dad's fridge is quite old, probably about 20 years, and we ran it on a 105Ah AGM battery. According to the battery indicator, four days took the battery down to 50%. So, I can only imagine the newer fridges would be more efficient.

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Date Registered: 12-2010
Location: Macquarie Fields SYDNEY
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I have a WAECO CFX35 (35 litre) which easily lasts for 4 days powered by a 130AGM deep cycle battery in an ArkPak before charge reduces to about 50%..........money well spent.
It was a toss up between an Engel or Waeco but a 4WD show had a special I couldn't refuse...package included cover, portable trolley, Fridge stand, Waeco cooler (operated from cigarette power outlet or 240V) plus other bits and pieces.

Get a good one and you should remain happy.

cheers

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Tow Bar, bash plates, PEDDERS lift, YOKO GEO AT/S tyres.


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