LAND ROVER OWNERS CLUB OF VICTORIA (LROCV)

Trip Preparation

Spares List

Camping Extras          NOTE : OTHER SECTIONS  FROM  THE 

Personal       OLD WEBSITE TO BE ADDED

Food OVER THE NEXT WEEK 

Refrigeration

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Accommodation

Cooking

First Aid

Walking

Incidental

Spares List 

The spares needed on each trip can vary according to the country you'll be travelling in, the length of time you'll be away for and the distance from a phone to call the RACV!

Here's a reasonable list we found at the Russell Guest web site.  You'll find a lot of other useful information at that site and they offer LROCV a discount on vehicle preparation.

Spares kit

1 meter 8mm fuel hose
1 set radiator hoses
1 meter length heater hose 16mm
1 oil filter
Assorted nuts & bolts
1 funnel with gauze strainer
1 litre differential oil
Small roll steel wire (tie wire)
1 can CRC or RP7 etc.
1 litre auto transmission fluid
1 tube silicone rubber gasket
2 cans radiator sealer
1 set jumper leads 300 amps min.
Spare globes and fuses
1 jack and jack base 300 x 300 x 25mm
Fuel in steel cans or approved plastic containers
1 set drive belts-Air Con, fan, pwr steering
1 litre distilled water for battery
1 fuel filter
1 set spark plugs
Water in cleaned plastic containers
5 litres engine oil
1/2 litre brake fluid
2 rolls cloth tape (gaffa tape)
1 tyre pump
1 spare ignition key
2 complete spare wheels
2 spare tubes
Small roll - electrical wire 3mm or 4mm


Camping extras


Lighting - gas, dual fuel, kerosene, and electric. Remember spare mantles. 

Table.  Ensure that moisture or rain will not effect it.

Shovel.

Waterproof matches, lighter.

Firelighters and pine kindling.

Buckets.

Rubbish bags.

Shower.

Aeroguard or similar.

Sturdy chairs.

Washing up gear.

Clothes line and pegs  (No, don't take the washing machine!)

Hand wash bowl and soap.  Hygiene - keep your hands clean around camp.

Personal

Always wear the clothing and footwear before travelling, to ensure comfort and practicality.  For most trips, three changes are adequate.  Remember that fashion is seriously second to practicality and serviceability when in the bush.

Include a change of clothing for any trip.  The unforeseen can happen!

Backpack, for walks recreational or emergency

Jeans, canvas or cotton trousers.  (Most grass seeds wont stick to cotton.)

Tracksuit pants for around the fire on a cold night.

Shirts to suit the season.  Take a spare to match the opposite season.

Jumper. 

Gumboots

Waterproof jacket.

Underwear

Raincoat.

Socks

Towels.

Handkerchiefs

Face washer.

Clothes mending kit

Toiletries kit.

Swimmers

Spare boots - waterproofed.

Sandshoes for wading - checking river crossings, fishing etc.

Dustproof bag for storage of clothing.  Also consider waterproof packing (strong garbage bags work well).

Hand cream, sunscreen, after-sun treatment, lip balm.Lots of toilet rolls.  Take matches also - if safe, burn the used toilet paper before burying.





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