On The Wallaby Checklist

Submitted: Monday, Apr 11, 2005 at 01:41
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My efforts to find the above have been fruitless. Has anyone got a copy they could post or even better email me. Address in members list.
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Trevor
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Reply By: Boystoy - Monday, Apr 25, 2005 at 05:00

Monday, Apr 25, 2005 at 05:00
Hi Trevor,

I hope someone has replied to you directly, but if not We have made up the following list for our van. There may be some items that dont apply to yours, so simply delete them and add specific items for your van.

Pat & Neil

CHECK LIST
INSIDE OUTSIDE
1Four Seasons Vent – Closed 28 Rear Stabilisers UP
2 Windows - Locked 29 Tow Hitch Receiver Pin - Clipped & Locked.
3 Stove Top - Secure 30 AT35 Coupling Pin - IN and Clip ON
4 Hot Water Switch - OFF 31 Safety Chains - ON
5 Fridge - Locked 32 Breakaway U-bolt - Connected
6 Microwave Turntable Stored 33 Breakaway Plug - Connected
7 Plate Restraints in Place 34 12 pin plug - Inserted, clipped
8 Teapot Restraints in Place 35 7 pin Camera Lead - Connected
9 Water Pumps - OFF 36 Weight Distribution Bars Tensioned - Clips IN
10 Cupboard Doors - Locked 37 Jockey Wheel - Secured
11 TV Strapped Down 38 Handbrake - OFF
12 TV Antenna - Down 39 Gas Bottles - OFF
13 Shower Hatch – Closed 40 Front Window Stone Guard - Secure
14 Washing Machine Secure 41 Spare Wheels - Secure
15 Cupboard above WM Locked 42 Stone Deflector - Secure
16 Washing Machine Hatch Closed 43 Wheel Nuts - Checked
17 Battery Charger - OFF 44 Wheel Chocks - Removed & Stored
18 Inverter - OFF 45 Levelling Blocks Stored
19 Radio - OFF 46 Cargo Doors - Locked
20 Webasto - OFF 47 Water Tank Filler Caps - Locked
21 Tyre Pressure Monitor - ON 48 Thetford Cassette Door - Locked
22 Tyre Pressures - Checked 49 Lights & Trafficators - Checked
23 Power Cables Stored 50 Van Steps - UP
24 Sullage Hose Stored 51 Van Door - Locked
25 Water Filter Stored 52 WaterProof Door - Closed & Dust Filter - IN
26 Water Hose Stored 53 Hot Water Service Dust Filter - IN
27 Tap Fitting Removed From Tap 54 Webasto Tank - Check Level
17/04/2005

Good Travelling

Neil & Pat

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Follow Up By: Oldperc - Monday, Apr 25, 2005 at 21:28

Monday, Apr 25, 2005 at 21:28
Trevor
Further to Neil and Pats list we would just add
FRIDGE: Check door shelf.
If you have a carton of milk ( 2-3 L) for example, on the lower shelf, it's likely to break the shelf while traveling off the bitumen.
That was our experience last year, so I have now reinforced the shelf and for rough conditions remove heavy containers to the car fridge.
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David
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Reply By: Boystoy - Wednesday, Apr 27, 2005 at 04:02

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2005 at 04:02
Hi David & Ann,
We don't have that problem (weve been weened) 2-3 l of milk would last us a month!

Anyhow a good suggestion as this could also apply to too much beer or softdrinks on the bottom shelf

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Reply By: Panna Trackers - Thursday, Apr 28, 2005 at 03:20

Thursday, Apr 28, 2005 at 03:20
To all the people who have responded with lists thank you very much. I now have a good few to sort through and come up with a good general list and a personal needs specific list. If getting out there and doing it is as much fun as the research and preperation we can't wait.
Only ? 132 days to go
Trevor & Lyndal
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