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    Quote Originally Posted by FUHL View Post
    If you watch much Australian overlanding. That's just far too big for wheeling trails.

    Might be alright for deserts and open areas but pretty useless for tight trails.

    Most trailers (caravans) they tow are 6-8ft boxes with pop out canvas tenting, outdoor kitchens.

    Even those they end up having to winch and snatch just to make tight turns in the trails.

    Not to mention the likely 70K plus price tag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCP2 View Post
    They Seem to go wherever they want:

    Yep they do but watching the guys that go deeper into the bush/ beach trails and still pull their trailers the whole way those full size caravans ain't going to do it. Now if they were setting up a base camp and coming back to that camp everyday after wheeling then the big caravan is fine.

    I wish our countries were set up for wheeling like Australia. The US is far better than Canada however.

    Oh and we still have the ability to have guns that are better than Single shots lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winchested View Post
    If you watch much Australian overlanding. That's just far too big for wheeling trails.

    Might be alright for deserts and open areas but pretty useless for tight trails.

    Most trailers (caravans) they tow are 6-8ft boxes with pop out canvas tenting, outdoor kitchens.

    Even those they end up having to winch and snatch just to make tight turns in the trails.

    Not to mention the likely 70K plus price tag.

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    Well it is an Australian Company and was filmed in Australia.

    Just thought the concept was cool as I would never do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winchested View Post
    I wish our countries were set up for wheeling like Australia.
    You say that until you have to deal with Aussie lift height and tire size restrictions.

    Though carte blanche to go just about anywhere would nice.

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    Ya I'm pretty sure they are 4" lift max and 35" Tire max.

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