Nomad Campers near Preston

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Re: Nomad Campers near Preston

Post: # 35772Post loriusgarrulus
October 7th, 2023, 4:29 pm

I fitted an electric socket to the outside of the Nomad. On the inside is a gang socket with circuit breakers with enough cable to put it anywhere inside the camper. The socket came with 15m of cable and a blue site connector so I fitted another connector on the rest of the cable which is about 12m now for a short site lead. I have another lead that is 25m anyway as its rare you can park that close to a hook up.
I have fitted a Whale pump with an extra long food grade water pipe and extended 12v electric cable with plug to run off the Jackery.
I made a mistake with the blue heatshrink tube and ordered 20mm to thread the cable and water pipe down. I spent a hand aching age trying to wiggle the cable and pipe into it. Next time if ever I make one I will use 25mm heatshrink.
I found the rear screw cap on the 12L Reimo water container is the same screw fitting as hozelock, so I put a hozelock fitting on the other end from the whale pump. I can refill the Reimo water container inside from the 40L one outside the camper without carting water up the steps. The Reimo container has a Whale hand pump tap. I can't claim for that idea, I bought the Reimo water container with Whale tap already fitted off Ebay.
The gas pipe has a quick release valve so its easy to disconnect from the gas cylinder outside and pull the gas pipe into the camper when getting ready to move or to shift the cooking facilities under the awning outside. Lots of interesting gas fittings from Huddersfield gas supplies.
The gas and water come into the camper through a port Mark fitted already at Nomad campers.
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Re: Nomad Campers near Preston

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October 7th, 2023, 5:29 pm

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Re: Nomad Campers near Preston

Post: # 35774Post loriusgarrulus
October 7th, 2023, 5:42 pm

👍Good one.
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Re: Nomad Campers near Preston

Post: # 35781Post loriusgarrulus
October 8th, 2023, 8:46 pm

Finished weighing everything today I want to put in the Nomad. Not tried to put it all in yet.
I have still got 300kg of payload left. 🙂
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Re: Nomad Campers near Preston

Post: # 35782Post loriusgarrulus
October 9th, 2023, 7:35 pm

These arrived today. I took a gamble on them arriving in time. Very pleased with the build quality and how versatile they are. They make a good stand for the cooker and a lot of storage space. All the saucepans, kettle, plates, cups and bowls fit in two of them. The wood finish tops are surprisingly sturdy.
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