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Hi all, I have finely finished fitting out our troopy for traverling and week end trips, as i work away from home and have little time when home,It is all ways packed and ready to go.

Some info about our Troopy :

It's a 96 with only 230k on the clock, since we have owned it we have put a 2" lift, a set off extrator's and it already had a 2 1/2" SS exhaust but I put a new straight through muffler on for a nice note. A set off Good Year Wrangler muddies that has aloud the Troopy to go places it couldn't go before with the Split rims. We have just ordered a solid steel Duel wheel carrier rear bar and a mate is making up some of the strongest slider i have ever seen. We all so had the LSD re built and it works well. Just before Xmas we found a 2nd hand rear ARB awning that work so good that we have just put on a 3mt side awning surplied by Supa Peg. There is a set of 175 HID spotties and a 22" light bar for turning night into day. I hope to put up some Pics of the in side fit out if all goes well.

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Mods we want to do in the future :

Front diff lock, haven't decided what i want yet, Air lockers or Auto locker.
Have the rust cut out under the front wind screen and have the whole Troopy re painted and that side window finely replaced.

Cheers

Steve & Wendy

Weatherman

hekarewe

nice work mate looks the goods
Thanks, the pics are in reverse order. Next time i'll load pics backwards. Going out Aussie wend and will take some more pics with the awnings up.
Weatherman Wrote:Thanks, the pics are in reverse order. Next time i'll load pics backwards. Going out Aussie wend and will take some more pics with the awnings up.

Sorry meant to mention that Smile
You can change the order by placing them in line on the post, but can get confusing :mrgreen:
Great job Steve.

G&D

I agree with daggy,,looks good Steve,,, front air lockers are the go, easy to turn tight around stuff with open diffs then lock them for the twisty bits,
Also look into Elockers I think by the company Eaton - no air line or compressor needed but still able to select at will.
I worry a bit about Auto Lockers as front steering is not something to be taken lightly!! those trees look very threatening as they are coming towards you!
Many tell me this is not an issue as it will unlock but I still think it would be better to be able to decide myself when the front needs to be locked!
Hey Steve, where did you get the water tank level indicator?

BarcooBlades

great job steve....... just need the time now to use it....

scottb03

Great job Buda........hows the job going mate...i'm still un-employed Sad