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    Looks like a Ďcoolí morning thatís for sure. Great feature too
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    Sort of a mix between a trip report and a landcruiser update this one..

    https://rlhydnoverland.com/everythin...hing-part-iii/

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    Hey guys what brand is the shower tent you went with and is there any pitfalls of the design that you would change? How is it wearing after a couple of years on the truck?


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    Cecil the 76 series Landcruiser.

    Quote Originally Posted by pacs View Post
    Hey guys what brand is the shower tent you went with and is there any pitfalls of the design that you would change? How is it wearing after a couple of years on the truck?


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    Itís QuickPitch. Ours is the pre production design - biggest difference being the bag. Newer versions are much more low profile. But they donít hold the 2x 3-phase poles.

    Design itself is awesome, frame is solid. The zipper is against the truck corner which - isnít bad, but it could really be on the outside corner.

    Still works as though brand new. A few scuffs on the silver side of the fabric (anti see-through coating)

    Would we buy it again?
    Yes.
    Used to have the Oztent pop up en-suite... painful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by monaro327 View Post
    It’s QuickPitch. Ours is the pre production design - biggest difference being the bag. Newer versions are much more low profile. But they don’t hold the 2x 3-phase poles.

    Design itself is awesome, frame is solid. The zipper is against the truck corner which - isn’t bad, but it could really be on the outside corner.

    Still works as though brand new. A few scuffs on the silver side of the fabric (anti see-through coating)

    Would we buy it again?
    Yes.
    Used to have the Oztent pop up en-suite... painful.


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    Awesome thanks mate I think one of these will be going on my wish list
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    Did a little video showing how we top up our water tanks on the road.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csXH6W5yMmI&t=74s

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