I like this one, including the portal axles
The "jack off" type canopy arrangement is not that practical in camping situations, perfect to have a trade ute during the week and put the canopy on for weekends though
Legs just are not solid enough in a camping situation unless lowered
Do you really need a 3rd entrance in such a small camper
2 front doors are available, sure you loose some centre console but security and dust/ weather proofing is better
Just depends on living inside or outside is the goal?
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Diesel in Australia is $ if used to prices in say America and the most expensive part of the trip around $1000
You are required to get a desert pass for travel and camping in South Australia, 12 month pass is around $130
So those are really the compulsory costs
Food you have to have- camping...
Just back from a magical trip to the corners and Simpson desert
3 very different Mitsubishi vehicles undertook this trip and being that the desert just opened we were lucky to be the first across the WAA line and only following 5 vehicles across the French and QAAlines.
lovely country out...
I will have one as my next expedition vehicle
not too big not too small it will be the perfect compromise
well that is the thoughts anyway, bigger in space and load carrying than my current dual cab ute.
having driven this track, I was impressed, I certainly don't need the weight of the...
I don't think these had been mentioned in the thread before?
pretty nifty idea and easy for lower amp applications
for the winch maybe something like this...
for vehicle options, you could search "backpacker vehicle"
stuff like this exists where people sell up the whole kit to the next backpacker- only linked this...
we love the ease of the weber and the stuff cooked from it, always seems to cook nice easy food when on camp- I even take it when on a solo expedition camping in a swag- just add gas for a nice feed- it is big though....
we use a 220 (so high topped with temp gauge) just that bit bigger for...
The triton is now 6 years old and has travelled 150,000kms
it has carried me and the family to quite a few destinations and adventures always getting us home.
here is a link to my blog
towing the caravan on Fraser Island QLD...
I have had quite a few iterations of suspension, starting out with Bilstein shocks, but the supplied springs were too short and also hard.
so eventually upgraded to longer dobinson springs
The triton has also had a few iterations of wheels and tyres, I like to experiment
my current offroad rims...
Hey guys, been lurking around this forum for years, but only recently joined.
I have had a few 4x4 vehicles over the years, used for touring so will start wit those and build up to the triton.
80 series cruiser- limited edition winter 1996 4.5 petrol straight six
105 series cruiser...