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Old 10-07-2018, 10:39 AM
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For my bike's kit I've put together some of the poles I linked to (now that I have a trailer). I have to keep weight to a minimum - while the Goldwing is a monster on its own, I don't want to add any more weight than I have to, which will become an issue under heavy braking as the front forks take the load.
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Tony I would love to see some pictures of the Wing with your setup.
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As soon as we're back from this holiday I'll setup the 'wing in the back yard with its gear and take a pic for you. We're expecting -7C where we are tonight, and -6C tomorrow, but at home it's a lovely toasty 3C, so we're looking forward to being there in the next couple of days.

The NSW outback can get really cold at night!
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I recently bought the Wenzel Klondike Tent. Ordered it from Amazon. It's water resistant and very spacious too.
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We're considering looking for an easy up tent ourselves at the moment. We're hoping to drive the Madigan line next year & not sure if we should take our camper trailer or not? I've read mixed reports. Some say don't do it, then along comes 'ol mate posting pics of him towing a Jayco through there!

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Well, I forgot to get back onto this thread and post a pic of my setup - well, here it is with a trailer about 65km south of Tumut, Queens Birthday weekend (it was f***ing cold).

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