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QUESTION: Can you please provide photos of the Wedgetail Camper brace pole you added over the doorway awning, with close-ups of the connections both ends?
QUESTION: We’re thinking of buying a dual cab Isuzu NPS 75-155, similar to yours. What are the maximum legal axle weights for this vehicle?
QUESTION: Is there anything available on the market that measures headwind? I would be interested in a device that would involve a sensor being mounted on the vehicle grille or bull bar and send a reading via blue tooth to a display in the vehicle. Headwind is so significant that some of my friends stop and wait for it to pass due to its adverse affect on fuel consumption.
QUESTION: We haven’t done much travelling yet, but are keen to travel across the Nullarbor from New South Wales to SW Western Australia. We are towing a caravan and our fuel consumption can get as high as 23 litres/100km in a strong headwind. It’s about 15 l/100km normally, towing our van. Our vehicle only has a 65 litre fuel tank, but we carry 20 litres of diesel in jerry cans. How far apart are fuel stops on the Nullarbor??
QUESTION: The fridge seems to be really high on the Wedgetail Camper. Why don’t you have a drop-down fridge slide?