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With your Mitsubishi Pajero spare wheel on the centre of your tailgate it is difficult to access the tow coupling when hitching. Also, the handle on the tow ball coupling may be More »
The many travellers in their RV's following the Tour de France. What a magnificent sight to behold More »
The 14th National Caravan Clubs Rally was held at the Elmore Events Centre in North Central Victoria over 10 days from late December 2010 in to January 2011. There were more than More »
The 2010/11 – 14th National Caravan Clubs Rally was held in Elmore and the Bendigo Advertiser published this short article. Caravan Clubs rally in Elmore. More »
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With your Mitsubishi Pajero spare wheel on the centre of your tailgate it is difficult to access the tow coupling when hitching. Also, the handle on the tow ball coupling may be fouled when you swing open the rear door. This is dependent on the height at which your coupling is mounted to the drawbar. This is also influenced by the gooseneck height which is set to achieve safe, close to level towing.
Well, it’s come and gone for another year, and what a magnificent result with Australian Cadel Evans finally winning his first ever Tour de France.
Watching the live coverage for three weeks in the wee hours of the morning back in Australia, I was absolutely in awe of the power and strength of these riders.
The sheer volume of RV’s travelling around france following the race was just incredible. Millions of them, and they seemed to be everywhere I am very envious of the people who got to experience such a wonderful event and seeing some of the most breathtaking landscapes imaginable.
The attached image is courtesy of yay cycling