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  1. john+julie

    john+julie

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    microwave , alarm, tv , extra sockets , rear camera, bigger battery, all fitted.

    caravan kit all sorted through and loaded

    took to be weighed us dog full of fuel and water, came in at 3380 leaves us 120 for clothes and food.

    getting into this now ::bigsmile:
     
  2. Carol

    Carol Funster Life Member

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    Sounds as if you are all sorted and ready to go enjoy :thumb:
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Like hell you are.

    What about the wine ???????????????
     
  4. cyclingdoglucy

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    hi, i have just emptied mine this afternoon, everything has been removed , except fire extinguisher, i will fill with water & fuel & take her to the weigh bridge , this exercise is to give me a clue of what i can & carnt do ?:thumb: , when i am fully loaded next time i will take her back for another weigh & include the better half.
    mr bean
     
  5. dazzer

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    Dont drive full of water its pointless (and expensive in fuel!!!) unless you are wildcamping.

    Drive with a quarter to a third full to see you through a night if you arrive late at a site and its dark.
     
  6. Mandaxxx

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    We only ever put a half tank of water on board, approx 50 ltrs, that does us for three days!!
    :thumb:
     
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