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    coromal magnum 440

    thoughts ??

    just looking round cos my missus is a bit of a princess........ and dont like the idea of a swag ....... plus my farts do smell in a small enclosed space like that

    just one of the campers im looking at
    I never go into the outback with out a decent supply of water,
    and the general rule for how much you'll need is three litres
    per day , per person, per man per degree over 25 degrees
    celcius, per kilometer if walking on foot, in the winter months
    dividing it by two, plus... another litre... at the end .... Russell Coight

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    the main thing that turned me away from the Coromal's when I was looking for a camper was - the extensive use of Fiberglass, made them very heavy in comparison with the Goldstream & the Jayco's

    the Goldstreams are pretty expensive, but have a lot of features
    the Jayco's are cheaper (or same depending on what you want) with a real good after sales service
    I found the Coromals were pricey for what you got, but very up to date and modern interiors
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    I should also add

    when I brought my Jayco Flamingo,
    the same type of Goldstream was about $5K more (with different features that were good)
    and the Coromal was about $3K more, but I did not like the layout
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    yeah looked at the flamingo and a few others on fleabay ...... just looking at the moment in about 3 years i would like to go around the top over 5 to 6 months
    I never go into the outback with out a decent supply of water,
    and the general rule for how much you'll need is three litres
    per day , per person, per man per degree over 25 degrees
    celcius, per kilometer if walking on foot, in the winter months
    dividing it by two, plus... another litre... at the end .... Russell Coight

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