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Thread: Utes with camping pods - Pics only, please

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    Ideas for members wanting a Custom Made Canopy

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    My pod

    Im using a tablet not sure how to load pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by outbackjack View Post
    Im using a tablet not sure how to load pictures
    I wasn't sure either, probably depends upon what app you are using on the tablet to access the forum. FWIW I just checked using wife's iPad. I just opened the browser, navigated to the forum & found that doing it that way that uploading a pic is just the same as on my laptop. Click on 'Go Advanced & either use the insert pic icon above, or the manage attachments below. Hope that helps.

    2006 4.2TDi ex-Telstra Remote area Camper. 425w roof mounted solar, 360Ah Aux batts, BCDC1240, Onboard hot & cold pressurised & filtered water, (25 litre hot water calorifier), ARB fridge, ARB freezer, Built in kitchen, 240v, 3 Genie exhaust + dynotune, 2 lift, Lovells GVM upgrade, ROH Blaktrak steel wheels, Bridgestone D697s, Redarc gauges/pillarpod, Hema HX-1, CB, dual rear view cameras, Onboard 30amp Victron mains charger, second glovebox, dual seat conversion, Tyredog TPMS, Boss PX7 onboard air with 9 litre tank, 350w inverter, Steel bullbar, Harrop Eaton diff lock (front), Warn winch, Snorkel, Dual spares , 160 litre water tank, 2010 Tvan Tanami. (incl another 70 litre water tank) with matching wheels/tyres (& 3rd spare)
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    Just went to Alice and picked mine up last week. 2014 only 118K Km. Drive her home with the young fella. Now the deck out.

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    @ChadGU

    Nice Rig. Buying the ute was the cheap part, in my case. I know squat about lotsa stuff and paid for it all - but very happy.

    I look forward to reading your build.

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    Ex Telstra - 2005, 4.2 TDi ute -with pod and more fruit than a grocery shop.

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    Yeah you are right there is a lot more to do. The reason i went the ex-Telstra setup one was because it has already had a fair bit of the expensive stuff done. Good canopy, Dual battery, Water tank, lift kit etc. etc.

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