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Nutz

Good day all

By way of introducing myself, I’m from that tiddly bit of real estate, that, like an after-thought when this spaceship Earth was being designed, was super-glued to the tip of Africa that goes by the name South Africa.

Aesthetically it’s a rather pleasant place, and, consequently, I’ve done a lot of “let’s-go-there” type of touring around.

These days I do so in my 2002 Landrover Discovery that I have re-configured into a 1 person stealth / boon-docking (I appreciate the difference) camper that is 100 % OTG (off the grid).

Power: -  300w suitcase solar panel, & 100A deep cycle battery,

Cooking: - Mostly a 2 burner propane, with some neat alternative devices. As well as, sometimes organic fuel (barbeque)....

Toiletries: - Toilet: - is a frame seat & plastic bag between the rear  & front doors (which forms the privey- screen), and for those late night issues, a 3L ex swimming-pool chemical (HTH) bottle.....

Shower: - 2 options, either 12v submersible 12V pump or elevated solar bag on a gantry with a pulley to lift the heavy bag – all on off-side and assembles on a bracket on the roof-rack.

Blackout curtains: - I came up with a rather clever design and sewed “pockets” out of waterproof woodland – cammo print that go over the window on the outside and inside, and creates a nice cozy woodland interior.

Refrigeration: - 50L Waeco compressor fridge & freezer (same as a Dometic), and I have a full length 1.8M (6’3”) bed that I’m able to sit upright on, so it’s quite comfortable.

Water: - 65L (13gal) bulk tank on the Roof-rack with a 15L container inside.

Kitchen: - I’ve gone the tailgate chuck-box route and re-purposed a fishing tackle backpack & a small side-table frame covered in rip-stop canvas...

I’ve got photos of all of this, as well as of my adventures.

My last adventure was to register and complete the ben 10 ECO passes challange which i did in 4 days out of the 7 allowed... You can google that, search BEN 10 ECO PASSES..... It was spectacular, and included most of the highest gravel passes in South Africa... But that’s a tale all on it’s own, and little to do with Coleman. Again if somebody’s keen to know, I’m ahppy to post.

But to not bore you, as all of this has little to do with Coleman per –se’ I’ve refrained from posting them, again, if asked, I would gladly do.

Having given the background,  why I locked-and-loaded onto this forum.

For some weird reason, That I not even I understand, I collect tents and camp cooking paraphernalia I have a rather eclectic & large collection of both, and includes some very fine examples of both bad designs and excellently designed units.... I think I’m here in the 40 tents and well over 100 camp-cookers.

My cooker collection ranges over Optimus / Trangia / Gaz globe trotter and many many more (surprisingly no Coleman)!

As for tents, I specifically like A frame, 1 – 2 person ridge tents, Got 3 different  Marachel’s Several backpacker Kestrel  2 & 3 tents Several different Sea-king and a Swiss bow tent that uses cane poles, so it’s very old, and a plethora of other examples, ranging exo-skeletal / internally framed / bow / ridge / bivy / bivy tent cross over...

For me it’s more about the design be it an example of good design or example of bad design, rather than the brand

In my “treasure-hunting” adventure last weekend I came across a Coleman springbar 4 sleeper, at a charity shop that I support (In donations; out Sell) and snapped it up for 180 ZAR.... You do the math’s I think the exchange rate is what? 17 ZAR to the USD? No matter, a wack of a bargain non-the-less.

So I visited aunty Google, found a picture of exactly what I got, and viola! It was tied back to a post on this forum....

Unlike where you guys are over the big blue pond, we don’t have the luxury of picking & choosing, we have to take what we get and make it work, consequently, I’m just thrilled that it’s complete and is in fair condition, one zipper along the bottom of the entrance is being replaced and I have a small issue with the clips o the vertical poles, so here I am, and, I have some questions & need some advice: -

1) What’s the vintage?

2) The plastic clips that lock into the slots of the vertical poles seem to be worn out, and don’t positively “lock” into the slots. Here in SA, spares are....... Well let’s just say scarcer than the proverbial chicken’s tooth, so how do I get them to work?

I’ve thought of putting a suitably sized hose clamps around the clip and bracing them like that, but perhaps there is a better way?

Anyhow, that’s it for now, looking forward to hearing from you chaps,

Kind regards.


PICTURE, SAME AS WHAT I GOT, Tent Coleman springbar 4 sleeper.jpg 

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Hello and welcome to the forum from the state of North Carolina.  We are on the southeast coast of the USA.   That is a great introduction.  If you have a chance, please post some pics of your Discovery and the set-up you described.  We would find that interesting.  Also, we would love to see some pics of your adventures. 
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Welcome Nutz from California.  Nice looking tent.  Myself, I collect small Primus stoves mostly.
Post some pics of you passes adventure.
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Hello from the Oregon Coast! Lots of knowledge and great folks here. This is the place!

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Howdy from Tennessee! Post some pics of the plastic pieces that are worn out. I'm not sure what they look like.
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Welcome from Virginia. I wish I could help with the tent but I am not familiar with those. But anytime you get a chance. Post some pics of those adventures sound’s like one hell of a campfire story 
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Welcome from Colorado.  Love to hear more or your stories.  
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StanDahl
I too would like to see your rig and its amenities.

I fixed my Coleman Classic tent in the field (same as yours, but brown):
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I took a tent stake and heated it over a camp stove, then pushed it through the plastic piece. Now it's very secure. I've had to do them both because of high winds in the California desert.
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Hey there! Welcome from the prairies of Canada. Your setup sounds like a dream. I definitely would like to see that Discovery of yours!! 
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Another welcome from Saskatchewan! Please post pictures, or it didn’t happen, lo
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And welcome from Hawaii!  Post up your LR pics.
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Welcome from Southern Arizona I'm working right now on getting an older Land Rover 110. if I do get it it'll be a long-term project.
Replacing the entire drivetrain with American stuff that is easier and cheaper to repair if needed and with me being a Ford diesel tech there's a very good chance he'll have a diesel in it!  if not then a 5 L Ford engine with a automatic transmission backing it. let's see some pictures of your rig and of the countryside if you have any from South Africa.
We definitely like pictures of all kinds of stuff here on the forum.
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You can not have too many unless your wife says so!!

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Hello and welcome from NE state of Ohio. Yep. Any and all pictures are greatly appreciated. 
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sounds like a heck of a setup.
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Welcome from NE Ohio!  There are lots of fellow canvas tent aficionados on this forum, but I am not one of them.  I slept in many canvas tents as a Scout, and have no interest in sleeping in them as an adult--I like lightweight fabrics now. 
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[welcome]from Pennsylvania, USA! Your setup sounds really nice, and I find your country interesting, so if you can share more pictures, we'd enjoy that.
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Nutz
Good morning everybody, many thanks for all the welcomes..... 
 First, the tent, and to my query on the vintage,  The "model" is an Olumpus, if that's of any help....
I'll get pics of the plastic clips, (but that would be on Moaning-day (Monday), but for now they are the clips around the pole, more or less half way up the pole.

[Smilie5]  Didn't think thee would be that much of a response to my "rig", but here are some pics, If this is not exactly the correct thread, please guide me to the right one...

So with a bit of input, I can post in the correct sequence.... There is: - the build, <if anyone is interested>, the <almost> finished set-up and some of my trips...  Arizonacamper... My previous Landy was a 90 TD5 but it was too short to re-config into a "live-in-camper" so I swopped out with the Disco
Ok so for now here are a few pics of the nearly finished rig, If anyone want's more detail on a photo, please ask... I'll answer with the greatest of pleasure...

Well, that went fizzle.... Apparantly, I have to re-size all my photo's to 350Kb...... First..... EEK!😂
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Rustytank
These should work for your pole clips if you can get something like that over there.. Just mod them to suit you and deburr any sharp edges on them.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hillman-2-Pack-to-3-4-in-dia-Steel-Suspension-Clamp/3342764
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Nutz
Photo re-size test......
Just to tickle your tastebuds, Stealth camping, sunrise...

Guys, give me a gap, I've to re-size everything, save it all in one folder then I can post them...
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Nutz
Rustytank....

Thnks, had a look, but I get a "access denied" error message....
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Nutz
This re-sizing thing.... Trying something else
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Well that worked....
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And this... OK I've got the steps sorted now just to do all the pics....

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Rustytank
It's a clamp used for pipe and whatnot.
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Rustytank...
THNKS (we call it a cable saddle) Great option!
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Nutz
So, I managed to get some of the photo's re-sized, (not much of a pain) so Let's see if this will do it for you good fellas

INTERNAL LAYOUT

Here is how I laid it out

Interior layout 1.jpg 


Here is a photo of inside at night nice-n-cozy, lights are LED
landy re config 6 inside at night cosy.jpg 

A daytime shot

bed.jpg 



POWER: - 300A Suitcase panel & 100a deep cycle. I like the suitcase because I can park in the shade & leave the panel in the sun. This was my first trials after re-configuring, and the park's power went down, so I hauled it out. see how I'm in the shade & the panel'sin the sun
landy re config 6 solar panel electricity out.jpg 


COOKING


Here is my propain 2 burner, It's a Fuchs, with primus burners, probibly 1950's and pre-dates Cadac. I really like it.
The umbrella: - it is a 3m diameter wind-up garden umbrella, I call it my "portable tree".... See whenever there is a tree along the side of the road, 99 % of the time there is so much filth & bottles I don't even bother to stop there..... I move along to where there is a nice vista, and no filth, and put up my "portable tree" then I brew up or make a meal usually a Brunch or a Slunch...
landy re config tailgate kitchen portable tree fla.jpg 

Here is my portable braai (barbeque)... folds flat and lives under the deck. I fill the coal tray with sand and make the charchol / bricketts / wood fire ontop of the sand. It protects the coal tray from the heat, and cleaning is a chinch... I just ditch the sand!

On the left is my tailgate chuckbox made from a re-purposed fishing tackle backpack and the bottom from a side table frame.... I'm all about "not spending" if I can

  Kitchen tailgate chuckbox with braai.jpg 

Although there is a heck of a lot of things in the chuck box, for hasndy access here is my utensiles ETC

Kitchen tailgate shelf & hooks for cooking tools.jpg 


Here I have a 300mm pan dish.... makes very yummy sausages & eggs & bacon & fried bread.... Yummmmm
landy re config tailgate kitchen small skottle.jpg 


Then I often do this...... Cook up a "bird" in a frying pan that's bolted to the cover over the turbo..... Mannnnn does this work well..... How do you know when the "bird's" done? when that aroma of cooking chicken wafts through the cab! There's no waiting stop, up with the tree & rip that bird to bits....


landy re config oil repair roast pan.jpg 


trangia b all the bits.jpg  And, for when mother nature decides that it's time to throw toys, I have this trangia for inside so that I can do a basic something, or brew up a cup of hot chockolate... (I mainly use hot chockolate and not coffee so that I don't need to keep that much milk..

OK, so I'm going to leave it here for now..... I'll post the rest when I've re-sized more photo's

Oh! I KNOW.... no photo's did not happen.... That's why I got's lots...

Looking forward to your comments

Kind regards


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Sometimes I envy you short people. At 2 meters I could never sleep comfortably in a vechicle. I’ve tried many times. 
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That's a nice rig there! What's your recipe for pap?
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Very nice!  You've taken engine compartment cookery to a new level.  (My only experience has been with military rations and coffee on a Jeep exhaust manifold.)  Thanks for posting!
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Hello and welcome from NZ Nutz

Looks like you have your Landie well set up for your needs and adventures! 

I am just looking into a re jig of how I use my kzj95 prado, currently have a RTT which works great, but there are times when on a side slope and the inclimeter is maxed that I'd prefer not to have the (claimed/questionable....) 50kgs up so high.
Since our son is my right hand man I'll need to utilize the full width, so sleeping will be above a home made storage drawers set up (I prefer cheap too lol)
At 182cm I can get the needed length by tilting the front seats forward a bit for sleeping

I'm sure if you hang around here long enough you may be convinced of the benefits of a Coleman liquid fuel stove, in the past year I've converted 4, soon to be 5 mates over to Coleman liquid stoves so that they could get rid of carrying propane bottles.

Everyone here loves pics and would enjoy seeing more of your adventures 🙂
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Did he say propane???
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Welcome from Colorado! I am a camping aficionado too, but I went the glamping way with a teardrop trailer camper.
 
Can't sleep, squirrels will eat me....

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Tigerfans2 wrote:
Did he say propane???
 
 
shhhh...everything is ok....calm down.... 😆_
Can't sleep, squirrels will eat me....

If you need a Sun Flame Generator Model 100-107 ( for Sunflame lanterns models 105, 106, 107 and 110) give me a PM, I have close to 80 of those, 15 bucks each.


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Nutz
Hi All
😃 Yip... I said propane..... Is that a  "foul language" word here?

Thanks for all the comments...

OK, So back to my original problem.... My tent? any info? And on to my camper & "adventures"

At the outset I should have explained a few things: -

1) Although, believe it or not, I'm a qualified Avaition technicion by trade, my "making things" skills are not that great.... I'm good at getting things made, but it's alaways pretty rough. Consequently, I dont have the resources by way of power tools ETC to do the finesse, I've always tended to buy those skills. For example I would not tackle a project to re-furbish a trailer (caravan)... I would just buy a caravan...
2) The design parameters for the Landy where
<a> Must be able to look into my freezer
<b> Must have a full length bed, and totally simple and uncomplicated to change from driving configuration to sleeping configuration
<c> Must be able to sit up on the bed
<d> Able to remove everything and re-configure back to a truck <with a cab-over>
<e> Cost nothing..... 😄
Taken individually not that difficult..... Put together, now that's a completely different kettle of fish.... Anyhow apart from the "cost nothing" I managed to get it all done... I think the total expense is under 5000 ZAR <divide by 17>
 
So to give the rundown on the build I'm following the list in my OP.... And I got as far as cookers.....

So now for Toiletries, and poop is quite important. So here is how I take care of that
Easy to rig, with blackout ciurtains over the frond and passanger door windows, Faceing away from the road, It's totally private.... Close the bag < I use 2> put on the roof rack & dump at the next town. Done & dusted....

landy re config 6 poop b poop room.jpg 

Shower: -
Bit more complicated. I have 2 systems, the 12v submersable pump & a solar bag & a gantry with a pulley to lift the heavy bag










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Welcome from California.
My Coleman tent this last week
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Very nice pictures, "Nutz", I really like all of them-they show your setup so very well.  Looks like a really comfy place to sleep, and the rest is thought out quite well, it seems.  You're much better organized than I am.
I especially like the picture on the bridge, showing your surroundings.  One of my favorite parts of this forum is seeing where and how everyone camps, both all around the US and the world.
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Sorry, pressed wrong presed post not browse...
And a 80 % shadenet screen with a pull-out frame to hold it at the top.

This photo of the screen is "trials"... It's changed a bit, but I can't find the darn photo...
annex room screen.jpg 


Here is my 12V system and a collapsable bucket... 3L boiling water & 4L cold gives me a very comfortably hot shower......I just reticulate the hot water when I'm soaping down
annex shower 12v reticulate.jpg 



Here is my solar bag system..... The last pic also shows the pull-out-screen frame, It's 1.2M long and a full car width so I can extend it 1.2M out... Nice and big. I also use it to sun-dry my bedding in the morning (the ultra-violet) kills most bugs as wll as a place to change if I need to.
annex shower bag bag on gantry.jpg



landy re config 7 shower d the set up.jpg  landy re config 7 shower g bag high.jpg 



OK, so now to my blackout curtains. Again some of these photos are during development, but apart from needing to do the hemming (my sewing machine went out of synk) It's a done deal.

The only additional, was to punch 40mm holes through the inside & off-set the holes through the outside, (so that it's still "blackout") but I wind the window down, so that I dont have a condensation problem. I'm not able to open the sun roof because of the roofrack...

I've ditched the blackout screen between the cab & back, I don't need it

landy re config stealth mode 1.jpg  landy re config stealth mode front and side.jpg  landy re config stealth mode outside 1.jpg 


Then there is refridgeration

This is where Iplaced the 50L Waeco compressor fridge & freezer, faceing the door, so that I can see into the darn thing to find what I'm looking for

Interior layout 1.jpg 



This was a trickey "fit" , with the freezer door open I needed to clear the roof...
Not so simple... It needed a few tryouts and adjusting of the deck and position of the freezer to get that right...
Freezer access pasenger rear door.jpg 


Water....
So here is a photo of me at my fishing hole for a 15 day static camp.
The rip-stop canvas cover that goes over the top is re-used as a sun-screen over the front,

bloem 2016 pitch shadenet sides all the way down.jpg 

BTW, that army tent? well I put that up ALONE! (There is a long stort about how I learnt HOW to do that... Goes back to me @ 17 or so, compulsary national military service and a regimental sargen't major who had nothing better to do than make us break camp, re-set camp break camp, re set camp and an and an and on..... here it's so hot I let the shadenet sides of the tent right down to let the breeze through...

But Anyhow, you can see the 65L RT tank, and the pipe with the tap... Yes I gree with Barret, 65Kg on the roof changes the dynamics of the Landy, so when I did my mountain passes challenge, I used 15L rectangular containers on the bed, which I just removed at night...

I haven't re-sized that photo, But I'll get there, and come back to this



Ok so 2 things I did not mention in my OP, was security & my GBHB (get-back-home-bag)



So here is my KEY security & self defence multiplier.....

Believe this.... This is a Yorkie x dapple Duschound..... and everything between 1st & 22nd street chucked in for good measure.....

Fully attack trained... Yip   attack trained... And agility and obedience..... Got photos so believe it, or I'll postem!

See photo to prove it!  Look at the bite... It's full on,to the back of her mouth, not just a "nip" See the dude at the back Left laughing... 
Scruffy protection bite f cropped.jpg 

Ain't gonna be to much laughing with that lot hanging from some intruder-fellas christmas tree decorations, now is there? [scared]

Her name is Scruffy, and believe me, NOTHING OR NOBODY gets with 50 feet of me without me knowing... she's like a bloomin demented demon from the backside of hell.... Yellin & screaming & grunting and barking and scraping on the widow where the problem is.....

My 100 % constant travelling companion..... I'f you think I'm Nutz... try her.......
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Lastly, my GBHB...

How's that go? one plan is no plan, two plans is one plan....  

I travel alone, I also have the qwerky habit of not actually knowing where I am.... don't ask..... GPS? not so good here.... map book? Ever tried to read them teeny tiny squiggles when you're 60 + ?

So, to get around the problem of getting stuck, where I don't know where the hell I am I have a 75L fully kitted for 24H (tent, sleeping bag, all provisions) backpack REMOVABLY strapped to a golf cart, thast folds up if I have to tote it... The reasoning is, I would, for the most part, be hiking back the way I drove, so I should be able to cart the weight rather than tote it.... Everything in ne plac so there is no panic... Like they say in the ads.... Just add water....

It lives in a container on my roof rack....
GBHB configured for toting no cover bag to show cart collapsed while t.jpg  GBHB stored in rooftop footlocker.jpg 

 
OK so that's my rig..... If anyone want's I'll post the build, else I'll move onto some of my "adventures" 

Thanks guys, It's nice to interact with people who make the effort to respond to posts....

kind regards
  
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Great bunch of additonal photos! Glad you got the photo posting sorted...
Now I'm even more impressed; quite the lot of kit you have there.
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I agree with Steve Nutz, you're very resourceful! 
I guess you would need to be with such an expanse to adventure in.

Not up to your standard of preparation, but here's a pic of my wagon as it sits.
Please excuse the mess.... morning after our second early 50's birthday celebrations on consecutive nights near the end of a 10 trip with some mates.
Very simple shelf in rear, divided into 2 for the 70ltr ice box and cooking box and stuff in other side.
This set up has allowed the use of the rear seats for storage or occupation. 
My thoughts are a folding extension over the rear seats once they are laid down to provide an internal sleeping platform and keeping all the other weight down low.

No propane onboard..... just naphtha and kerosene for the brassie 🙂
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I look forward to seeing your adventures 

Cheers

Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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