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    Camp or Cooking gadgets

    Thought I'd start this thread to see what everyone has made to make life easier at camp.
    I have plenty but will start with this one, mine are mainly cooking.
    This is my double Bedourie, found a base at the OP shop[great place for camping items]
    Thought of making a second oven. In the end I've drilled 30 or so holes in the bottom.
    put 2 inches of water in the bottom one, put a bag of Chat potatoes or Fish of your choich in the Top Oven and place the lid on top. Great for STEAMING anything.
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    I can't post links as I'm on the phone but do a search on "craptastic 2000"

    Best camping accessory I have ever used...lmao

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    here ya go mate http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forum...oilet&p=183166

    looks umm handy still working out if id use it in the kitchen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    I can't post links as I'm on the phone but do a search on "craptastic 2000"

    Best camping accessory I have ever used...lmao

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    Shite AB thats an invalid aid, Work cover gave me one after my first OP
    Mate takes one, Tried porti potti and shower tent last camp, but head pokes out of tent
    come clean up time, lol More cooking gadgets I think
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    I made this arm for the solar shower or the 12 volt one, takes up no room and being aluminium is light as.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    I can't post links as I'm on the phone but do a search on "craptastic 2000"

    Best camping accessory I have ever used...lmao
    thats exactly what i wanted to be reminded about right after camp cooking gear! spew!

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    Neat work GUtsy, that what I like to see, sort of like fence wire solutions
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    Bumped.... seems not many into camping, oh well heres an all rounder to make things easier stringing up a tarp.
    Tie or rachet strap these to a tree, then use the eyebolts to tie off tarps, strap is gentle on the tree, works a treat.
    make up 6 and just weld eyebolt on, they come in very handy. made from 50x25x2 RHS
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    That's a bloody good idea. I've been following this thread but don't have anything to add really. Only thing I've really done is make an extended handle for my cast iron fry pan. Whoever thought to put wooden handles on those has got rocks in their head.

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