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DIY Driveline Oil Service

Rather watch a video? CLICK HERE to check out the video version on YouTube! I’m sure many people are constantly aware of that engine oil and filter that’s due for

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ACT Trailer Rebuild Part 4

Is this the first time you’ve stumbled upon this rebuild? CLICK HERE to go back in time, and check out part one! It feels like it’s been a while since

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Trailer Rebuild: Designing An Electrical System

If you are new to this camper trailer rebuild; click HERE to head back to the first post and see what you’ve missed. So now that the chassis is finished,

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5 things you MUST DO after buying a 4wd

So you just got your hands on the bargain of the century. You gave it the once over in the previous owners driveway, and they told you how everything on

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Retro Trailer Rebuild: Part 3

Haven’t been following this project? CLICK HERE to read from the beginning! Let’s pick up where we left off shall we? In part 2 I talked about our thoughts and

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Retro Trailer Rebuild: Part 2

Haven’t been following this project? CLICK HERE to read from the beginning! The body came off in a cinch, and has been put on a few stacks of bricks in

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Retro Trailer Rebuild: Part 1

My earliest memories in camping involve a Ford Maverick hauling a big old pop-top fibreglass camper van through the guts of Australia. She didn’t do too bad for an 800

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7 Must have Upgrades For Your Kayak

Sometimes there’s only so far your vehicle can take you. From there it’s out on foot to reach your destination. But unless you’re Jesus H Christ or something, you can’t

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DIY False Floors. An Alternative To Drawers.

A little while back I wrote up a DIY on rear door tables: Another Take On Rear Door Tables. In some of those pictures there you can see a glimpse

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A quick DIY heat bead igniter

If you’ve ever cooked with a camp oven on coals before, you will know that you have to keep up constant attention to ensure that your food stays at cooking