Tru Blu Campers

Submitted: Sunday, Jun 07, 2009 at 21:28
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Just wondering if anyone had any information in regard to tru blu campers, positive or negative. I have done a number of searches of past forums on this site and found some information on them from about 4-5 years ago. If anyone has had any experiences between now and then through friends, family or on the road, could you please let me know.
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Reply By: madcow - Sunday, Jun 07, 2009 at 22:53

Sunday, Jun 07, 2009 at 22:53
interesting. We have just travelled the Gibb river road and Tanami track. the toolbox certainly let some dust in as well as the cover. It was a breeze setting it up but I guess that red dust will get in everywhere. the only other issue was the psitons on the trailer brakes stuck open probably due to the corrugations and I would look into fitting disc brakes instead. This camper was used by people travelling with us. We were impressed with it although the finish in soem of the canvas work left a lot to be desired ie: not folding the hems into itself or a lack of extra protection around the eyelets to reinforce them also.
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Follow Up By: Doeie - Sunday, Jun 07, 2009 at 23:05

Sunday, Jun 07, 2009 at 23:05
so overall, apart from the brakes, the trailer seemed to hold up alright structuley taking on gibb river road and tanami track? did you encounter any wild weather on your trip? if so how did the tent part of the camper handle it?
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Reply By: AG10 - Monday, Jun 08, 2009 at 19:09

Monday, Jun 08, 2009 at 19:09
gday mate i bought a true blue falcon on road about 5 years ago , yes it is heavy but , i have tinny ,motor fuel 2 jerry cans , generator , full box on the front etc , would have been camping 60 or so times , a breeze to set up very strong , ive taken it back for extra canves work etc very competitive price to get the extra work done , the only trouble i had was crappy rims and tyres i took them back and they were replaced no question , they have been around for a long time , and they are tru blue aussie company , not like these imported ones if anything does go wrong how do you get a warranty claim ?, the other mob i considered was called kiss campers dont know if there still around though very similar camper to true blue , i do see a lot of them around everybody says they are heavy to tow , but very strong , i guess it depends on the dollers you want to spend
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