FollowupID: 762242 Submitted:
Monday, May 28, 2012 at 13:02
geoff d3 posted:
can't say enough about the Conqueror, we put into some tough spots on our trip and other than a little dust, it was unstoppable.
We store clothes and other usual camping needs in the multitude of pockets within the trailer and on the floor whitch has unique tie down points.
There is no need to store behind the wheel, however get the griller that fits over the spare, very useful whejn cooking over a fire
We carry an 80 watt ARB solar panel, independant of the trailer and use an Anderson
plug to clip onto the trailer. We find this to be pretty handy to get the best sun advantage.
With 2 people who know their jobs without talking about what to do, the front bed is about 5 minutes from go to sleep ready, the side awning about 5/7 minutes, the walls about another 15 to 20.
The front bed/awnings needs some practice to get to the times that I am talking about, however.
The vanity area takes a Coleman hot water unit, 2/3 spare gas canisters and our towels to pad out the storage.
We find this very handy, it should store the generator.
A good feature is that if you are travelling in a bit of heat, the water storage will heat up to simply turn on the cold water shower that comes with the camper.
we inserted a steel tray in the fridge area to carry our 40 litre Engel
We attached a hose/tap arrangement to the passenger side front locker for aotomatic shower bucket filler, using the water pump.
Conqueror are always keen to hear of our experiences and modifications, and are a great help.
We also like the fact that if you pull up in foul weather, you simply open the door and set up your bed using the internal table/seat
arrangements, no folding out canvas etc.
We looked at a number of brands, they all had excellent points, however, we had a price, the fold out/ non fold out options suited us, the kithen and pantry can not be matched for convenience and the 2 rear lockers store all our cooking gear and the annexes.
Dry food storage bins can either go on the floor or in the back of the mighty Nissan Patrol Turbo Diesal!
I hope that this info helps, Cheers,