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    I'll edit my original post with any additional suggested items - that way it's all in the same place. lol.

    I've added extension leads 24v/12v/24v and power boards.

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    The 'mother' of all camping lists

    Car, check
    Petrol, check
    Clothes I'm wearing, check

    The rest I leave to chance!! lmao


    I'd Tap That!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    Gas stove, fry pan, billy snags and noodles. Don't need anything else?
    Your camping diet lol where's the baked beans??
    IF ITS NOT BROKEN IT MUST BE A PATROL

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    Quote Originally Posted by macca View Post
    Mate how is that Cuppa bloke, every thing has its place and fits perfectly. A true inspiration, especially compared to my chuck it in and off we go.
    Nah, it's all just an illusion & a dream Macca. I was envious of your rig's relative lack of weight whilst still managing to be reasonably structured. Mine has a heap of structured space which has yet to be allocated without introducing too much more weight. Reckon it'll take a few years & a few trips before it's close to being 'sorted'.

    The list just goes to show how easy it is to get sucked in to believing that you need everything. My view echoes those who think it useful as a list of considerations not as a list of must haves.



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    Another handy item when camping is male cig to female merit and vice versa,
    when sharing equipment not all parties have compatable 12v gear these eliminate that problem,
    easy to make and cheap from Jaycar and similar style shops.
    IMO most should convert all to merit its a more reliable connection
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    Insect repellent

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    Quote Originally Posted by damaverick View Post
    Insect repellent
    Thanks. It was in the 'Fishing' section, but I've added it in the 'Other' section, as well, just under First Aid Kit. Not everyone goes fishing. Thanks.

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    And a VISA card

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    Awesome list. Very handy for the trip we are taking soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasnart View Post
    Holy moley I'd need one of the Dakar trucks to accompany me! But a good list to whittle down to personal requirements.
    Bloody hell, I was thinkn a B-double Kenworth LOL
    Thnx for sharing mate.
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