Kit List

After plenty of research and much deliberation, I ended up with loads of gear. Perhaps too much.  The vehicle had been fitted out with an additional 100 fuel tank, and a duel battery system, which I ran the inverter, lights and fridge off.  The roof rack has an Easyawning which was excellent in those hotter months. I fitted a 50 ltr water container in the rear passenger footwell, and removed the rear seats. The drawer system took a 52 lt fridge /freezer, all the food, utensils and small gas cooker.  In the rear compartment, I built a bed and under it went serval ammo boxes. This is what went in them.

  • Spare parts (belt / filters / pumps / oils lubes / piping / jubilee clips / fuses / bulbs / wire  / epoxy resin / glue  /cable ties ).
  •  Triangles and hi-vis vest. Fire extinguishers and blanket. High powered torch.
  • Tools.  Spanners, allen keys, screw drivers, socket set, hammer, files, soldering iron.
  • Tire repair kit and spare compressor (already one under bonnet working GenIII EAS airbags).
  • Canvas tent – 2.4 x 2.4. When set up for games parks, I could leave the tent and drive off game viewing.
  • Folding table, camp cot, matresses, sleeping bag and gortex bivvy bag.
  • 2 x GPS with T4A. All maps, Lonely Planet.

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