19.61-2 Journey Outback

Base23

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I haven’t yet. Pretty convinced on the e-level just don’t no what to get the switch, the remote or iPhone system !

Bought a Tin of red paint for he shocks thou ! :D
Red paint is a must, looks more factory when painted red.
If going e-level you wont need a control panel made.
 

achjimmy

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Jayco use fair dinkum 8b&s wire for the fridge now :clap2:

But still run it through the 12 pin plug. Anyway easy enough to separate it out and put an Anderson on it. No extra wire needed which was good.

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achjimmy

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Fixed the front awning leg.
Can’t belive how far out they had it .

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Had to off been seriously down in the nose when they fitted it !

All straight

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Bit of silicone in the hole and you’d just think it was a typical messy Jayco job

:D

Also re did the rear bracket and removed all the silicone Jayco use that stops the bracket draining when wet.

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achjimmy

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Can’t work out Jaycos third tank plumbing . Not sure the pic is clear enough .
They have balanced the two front tanks with the pick up line . Was getting air in the line when using front two and they are not drawing down evenly. Would have thought you’d balance at the bottom ?

Anyway plan is to isolate front tank and fit seperate pump and filter (again) and have as a dedicated drinking only ! The adventurers are Plumbed like this and @Crusty181 gave me the idea when he mentioned his love of melbourne water :D

Our water here at home is nothing stunning but is clean.

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Crusty181

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Fixed the front awning leg.
Can’t belive how far out they had it .

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Had to off been seriously down in the nose when they fitted it !

All straight

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Bit of silicone in the hole and you’d just think it was a typical messy Jayco job

:D

Also re did the rear bracket and removed all the silicone Jayco use that stops the bracket draining when wet.

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Oh ... so that stuff in the awning leg bracket is just silicone
 
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achjimmy

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Ha a 1”bsp cap screws on to the water filler perfectly! Drinking tank now sealed up

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achjimmy

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On the 19 you have to have the legs folded forward on the front as the foot just fouls the chassis . Took the edge of the foot off and fitted the extensions

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achjimmy

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Fitted up the stonestomper.

How good is @stonestomper

Needed some more brackets emailed late Tuesday , in the mail on Wednesday and received Thursday ! And they come with an assortment of fasteners and even the bit driver. Made the job easy . Thanks Christian .
 

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17triton

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Fitted up the stonestomper.

How good is @stonestomper

Needed some more brackets emailed late Tuesday , in the mail on Wednesday and received Thursday ! And they come with an assortment of fasteners and even the bit driver. Made the job easy . Thanks Christian .
Isn`t @Stonestomper a member anymore??? You would think with all the business he has picked up from us he would hang around?
 

achjimmy

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Well she’s riding on air :D

No control system yet , just left/right shrouder valves. Sitting well and I towed her about 45km in the wet and dark so couldn’t tell much. She certainly travelled over the pedestrian humps much smoother . Maybe there’s a tad more pitching ? But Ive suspected for a little while the cruisers rear end needs tightening .

Anyway control circuit now.

Big thanks to a mate from specialised vehicles (maker of that 6 wheel ranger) for his help with airbag knowledge and to @Base23 for constant tips throughout. At one stage I couldnt see how to tighten the top nut but @Base23 to the rescue :bounce:thanks Brad.

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