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Tvan Tvan / Re: Deck Legs
« Last post by Longrocky on November 05, 2019, 06:49:51 PM »
Some more pictures. Only works for the middle legs.
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Tvan Tvan / Re: Deck Legs
« Last post by Longrocky on November 05, 2019, 06:47:43 PM »
I had a go at making some deck legs for a MK2, used the old push in leg, cut off the end, made square hole, welded onto end of yellow bar, drilled holes for locating push pin. Seems fine.
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General Discussion / T4 options at the rear
« Last post by three1four2 on November 02, 2019, 05:18:08 PM »

At the rear of the T4 there are options available to choose.
There is the shower room, the family room but I understand there is also an extended family room version.
And I saw, what I thought, is a brown canvas version rather than the blue/grey lightweight material on the internet somewhere but now
I can't find it.
Anyone else seen this canvas version on line somewhere? Please help!
Hi, J
My understanding is that there have been no brown canvas options designed/developed for the rear of the T4, only the en-suite and ‘no-fly-zone’, both in the lightweight blue/grey material you mention.
pi :)
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For Sale or Wanted / Re: TVAN MK4 MURRANJI 2016 for sale $62,500
« Last post by hvenema on November 01, 2019, 10:02:20 AM »
Another photo with tent up
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For Sale or Wanted / TVAN MK4 MURRANJI 2016 for sale $62,500
« Last post by hvenema on October 31, 2019, 03:34:03 PM »
Time to part with our much loved, highly spec'ed and optioned TVAN, due to changed circumstances.
Less than 3 yrs old and less than 40,000km.
Excellent condition.
Toowoomba.
Call Harry 0408 982171

MURRANJI SPECS:
Premium kitchen, with 3 burners
Diesel heater for air and water (kitchen and shower)
Full front storage module on draw-bar, with 2 lockers incl. slide out trays
Tent has 3rd window and tropical roof
60W solar, battery monitoring, stereo
2nd interior fan
Rear insect screen
Full awning with sidewalls
Interior side and roof pocket storage

EXTRA OPTIONS:

Land Cruiser 200 GX 17" steel rims with BFG A/T tyres
2nd 105Ah battery
25A charger upgrade
Redarc 40A DC-DC charger
300W inverter
2nd water tank 70l (std 108l)
shelf to each front locker
ARB 60l fridge with canvas transit bag
Mattress upgrade to pocket springs, with breathable underlay
Bed tie down rails
Rear canvas screen
Maxtrax mounts on rear deck
Lockable door to LHS pannier, fuel jerry
Stone Stomper
Mudflaps
BiLock
15A adaptor (Amphibian), power lead
Spare brake-drum with bearings greased and fitted
Under bed tub


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Tvan Tvan / Re: Deck Legs
« Last post by Nifty on October 29, 2019, 10:35:49 AM »
I’ll be up in the big smoke next week and will have a look at the options, at Track. Sounds like 4 will be enough, and I’ll take one of the old leg receivers with me. There’s a lot of play in there
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Tvan Tvan / Re: Deck Legs
« Last post by Cruiser 105Tvan on October 29, 2019, 12:38:26 AM »
To understand the newest deck legs, it's easier if you actually see them.
As HulbyW has already stated.
The leg slides horizontally through the mounting on the edge of the deck for storage, hidden inside the deck.  Held in place by the locking pin, when fully inserted.
To deploy/use the leg, it is freed from the pin and slid completely from storage position.
The leg is then inserted sideways through the mounting and locked by the retaining pin.
To make the setup fit a Mk.2 deck the receiver tubes have to be removed and the tubes from the Mk.5 deck fitted in their place.  As I'm not privy to the way the Mk5 deck is put together, I'll have to leave that bit to someone else.
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Tvan Tvan / Re: Deck Legs
« Last post by Gumb on October 28, 2019, 08:06:51 PM »
I never use the 6 legs I have anyway. The inner two aren't necessary and from what I've seen, most people do the same.
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Tvan Tvan / Re: Rear Deck Cracked
« Last post by Cruiser 105Tvan on October 28, 2019, 05:25:48 PM »
When you finish rivetting the deck floor back together, make sure the rivets don't have any sharp bits poking up.  The vinyl floor of the tent will get holes very easily, you could try an underlay on the deck.  Maybe light sheeting, or something like yoga mats maybe.  Make it softer under foot too.
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