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Lisian_1275

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Hey guys,
Just trying to get an idea of how popular the 310s are as a Camper or are most people just taking the plunge for the bigger Units with all the bells and whistles? 😉😉😁
I have only see a few of the 490s? in our travels but to be fair we do try to get away from civilisation 😄😄 so maybe miss a few on our tracks 😀😀
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JRad

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Hi Ian

We've got the 345, sleeps the four of us comfortably (11 and 14yr old at the bottom), heaps of storage, easy to tow, national luna fridge is amazing, reasonably priced.

I also now hear through the grapevine that there will be future availability of a batwing awning, so quick as set up, that's probably the only thing at the moment is the awning set up, but even then it's not that bad.

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Lisian_1275

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Ok, cool.
Thanks for the reply.
I do like the 345, but I am favouring the 310 in as much as I can add all the gear we have and customise it to suit us.😁
Even toying with the possibility of adapting our exiting Camper Tent that I just replaced the Canvas on.
Really need to see one in the flesh 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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Ian

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larryandwendy

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We have the 390, picked this one mainly for weight and storage. We also feel the awning is the only issue so we are also looking at fitting a foxwing. The storage is amazing and kitchen is second to none, so if you can afford to go for the 390 you will find you might not need to do so many alterations?
We also upgraded the mattress to a thicker spring type, the best upgrade I have ever done!
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JRad

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larryandwendy

.....the mattress, yep 100% will need replacement, looking at that now.

Spoke with Peter at Conqueror who was the one that mentioned the batwing awning and it will be available 'soon', it'll be pricey, plus the fitting by their rep in your state, I think they're just working out the details, I'm going to guess upwards of $4k fitted.....personally to me...worth it.

Back to the mattress, we need to open the camper and have a look, is there 3 folding sections to the original mattress? meaning we could start by just replacing the middle section and see how it goes?
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Ours folds, one third of it folds back onto itself. It is about half again in thickness and makes for a good nights sleep. HQ did the conversion before we picked it up. The best money we have ever spent!
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Desert Saffa

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Morning guys. Got a 310. Think it's the best value in the range. You can modify it alot. Put a drawer above the fridge, plus a shelf at the back. Do alot of camping in Oman and UAE so pulling it through the desert is a breeze. Changes toe awning for a fitted foxwing. Make a huge difference when setting up.
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