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Yorkshire90



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Myway Voyager Expedition Trailer + Oztent RV3

This is my much loved Myway Expedition Trailer camping setup. I used to have my old Maggionlina Safari on top but I found the Oztent RV3 is much more accommodating, practical and spacious for light camping.



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Additional extras I added to the trailer:

Eberspacher Handiwash for hot and cold water.
Engel MT35 fridge freezer is simply incredible for the minute power draw.
Calor gas bottle secured inside with drop down cooker


Cool



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Few pictures of the setup when I had the Maggiolina...



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And after (Aug 2017)

Nice view



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Quite spacious inside during dull rainy days



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Engel MT35 on sliding frame



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12v and mains electrics



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Isle of Mull



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Towing



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Not for stealing! (Standard night before going away paranoia)




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I agree...


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Post #701133 15th Apr 2018 8:26pm
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Yorkshire90



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Sorry admin, this is meant to be in: Camping, Caravanning and Holidays. "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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that man



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Hi Pal got the RV4 and bits fly side panels etc got the Puma 90 just want YOUR trailer now Laughing Looks Cool and good fun for all. get out and do it.
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Yorkshire90



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Cheers! Swap it for your Puma! Very Happy The RV4 is a really nice size but there is a price hike.

In reality, sadly I might have to sell it before the year is out, will have to see. Easily the best holiday's I've ever had... and I'm a lazy g*t that likes to go on cruises Laughing "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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that man



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England 2012 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Corris Grey

If the trailers right money let me know MAY be interested (don't forget I'm from Cheshire-- tight)

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Yorkshire90



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And I'm Yorkshire tight... we're scr*wed! Laughing If I have to move it on due to life changes, I'll post it on here first. Crying or Very sad And by life changes I don't mean I'm going all Bruce Jenner! "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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that man



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Who's she ?

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Yorkshire90



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Someone that appreciates the luxurious accommodation of an RV4 Very Happy "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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that man



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England 2012 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Corris Grey

RV4'S Great got it of Brenda and Barbara plus the bits over time good deal and service which takes SOME of the pain away when parting with my hard earned. only SOME Wink P.S. Sorry admin. the end Sad

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that man



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Like her already Laughing really sorry now admin Promise no more -----Welllll

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Interesting you find the oztent more useful. do you think a soft tent with drop down room would be a good mix ? i'm trying to spec up a trailer myself at the moment

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Yorkshire90



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Good question.

A dedicated roof tent would be a good mix but not perfect in my opinion.

The pros and cons I had debated after selling the Maggiolina and ultimately choosing the Oztent were:

Oztent benefits: Lighter to transport, cheaper, easier to store securely and dry in the garage, cooking gases dissipate into the air instead of rising up into the sleeping area and the Oztent just has more ground space overall. Also allowed me to have the bonus of being able to carry bikes etc on the trailer instead of lugging them on top of the 90.

Cons: Slightly longer pack up time compared to dedicated root tents. Also the height requirements needed for some tents. "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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Yorkshire90



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Duc750 wrote:
Interesting you find the oztent more useful. do you think a soft tent with drop down room would be a good mix ? i'm trying to spec up a trailer myself at the moment


What trailers? Or are you building one yourself. "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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that man



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England 2012 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Corris Grey

Hope your not talking about MY next Yorkshire bargain Laughing Laughing Laughing love it. LG

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Yorkshire90



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£76,500 without the RV3 will be an absolute bargain for the swanky TDCI brigade Wink £££ "Big green" 2000 Td5 90 IRB Developments modified (2004-2011)

Discovery 3 TDv6 GS Auto 2011-2012 *Missed the Defender too much*

IRB Developments rebuild: Project Ice cube 2012-......

http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic11056.html

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