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Date Registered: 03-2012
Location: Newcastle, NSW
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What happens if someone "accidentally" pushes or knocks that ladder from under you while you're sleeping up there?



The ladder is bolted to the hinge attached to the base of the tent.. add that to the weight of people sleeping in it.. going nowhere. Considering it's designed to support a user of upto 120kg... pretty sure it's safe hey.

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Date Registered: 08-2011
Location: Lalor Park, NSW
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What happens if someone "accidentally" pushes or knocks that ladder from under you while you're sleeping up there?



The ladder is bolted to the hinge attached to the base of the tent.. add that to the weight of people sleeping in it.. going nowhere. Considering it's designed to support a user of upto 120kg... pretty sure it's safe hey.



What if someone not so accidentally pulls out his or her socket set and removes the ladder. Obviously this person would regularly stay up later than you guys while camping and may or may not have a very childish sense of humour.... emoticon

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Date Registered: 03-2012
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Go ahead and try it, punk emoticon with a combined weight of 150kg loading on those bolts, it'd take you a noisy 5-10mins and Jess would panic/scream enough to wake even me up, haha.

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Date Registered: 08-2011
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Haha maybe a very noisy 30 seconds with the rattle gun would do it then emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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30s Oztent. The only way to go :P



Looked at the Oztent but the only standing room was right at the front as the back slopes down quite steeply. Not enough room to get changed inside we thought for the 3 of us.



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Date Registered: 10-2013
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1st camping with the X Trail Xmas 2013 Adelaide

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Date Registered: 12-2011
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Kev, I'm only 1.6m tall so suits me real well. Still beats trying to change in the smaller dome tents. LOL

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Date Registered: 08-2012
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A possible solution to the RTT is what Dad and I are thinking: decent quality off road box trailer, with the RTT on the H-Bars.

We're thinking of getting a high sided one, which will fit essentially everything, and potentially a cover over the box trailer. That way, easy to strap some kayaks down or anything long (e.g put a timber basket above the box trailer, and below the H-bars for the RTT.

Some companies make adjustable H-bars, so its nice and low on the highways, and then lift up to get the required height for the RTT + awning on the other side!

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Date Registered: 07-2013
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Revhead Kev wrote:

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nananut wrote:
30s Oztent. The only way to go :P



Looked at the Oztent but the only standing room was right at the front as the back slopes down quite steeply. Not enough room to get changed inside we thought for the 3 of us.




You would be surprised, I've got the Oz tent tourer 10 plus http://www.outdooroz.com.au/oztrail-tourer-10-plus-canvas-touring-tent/ and I've had inside a queen sized inflatable mattress, 3 X 80L storage containers, 80L cooler, 60 L cooler and a couple of duffle bags and still stand up to get changed. There was probably more in there but it was lot of stuff in there whilst we looked for firewood. The best thing it took less than 10 mins to set up tent.

Its a lot bigger than what I really need but it comes in handy when you got the better half. For the times without, a simple swag on a stretcher bed under a tarp does just fine.

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B


  

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Date Registered: 07-2013
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    Camping at Lake Glenbawn for 4 day over the school holidays with family. Very cold at night and cold and windy days. Fishing and 4WD around the park. We did a little hicking around the lake great spot looking forward to next time
    

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We towed up my camper trailer. We have had the camper trailer for 2 years now and love camping and 4WDing. The X trail is good for towing our camper trailer

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