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    Quote Originally Posted by John Snell View Post
    Rudi who did you organize your quick pitch shower through?
    I ordered my Cheetah with the Quick Pitch shower and the privacy room, so it was supplied and installed by the factory
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    I read somewhere, think the BunduTech website that the awning closes easier when folding the canvis rather than rolling it.
    I must be missing something because in my experience rolling is better, if I try to fold it I can't get the bag closed.
    I'm saying I must be missing something because even with rolling it doesn't go as easy as expected, closing the bag is still a very tight fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboy529 View Post
    I read somewhere, think the BunduTech website that the awning closes easier when folding the canvis rather than rolling it.
    I must be missing something because in my experience rolling is better, if I try to fold it I can't get the bag closed.
    I'm saying I must be missing something because even with rolling it doesn't go as easy as expected, closing the bag is still a very tight fit.
    Jip also battled with that. I now fold it but my first fold I fold it over the top of the poles and my second fold till under the poles lifting what is left and tieing it with the straps. Just wish they had a third strap to pull the thickest portion tight.

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    Close rear section and throw canvas over arms. And attach front buckle. Close front arms and attach rear buckle. Triangle that hangs, fold this in half and roll up. Clip 2x straps. Fits easily into the bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oradba69 View Post
    Jip also battled with that. I now fold it but my first fold I fold it over the top of the poles and my second fold till under the poles lifting what is left and tieing it with the straps. Just wish they had a third strap to pull the thickest portion tight.
    They do have an instruction video on their site how to close.
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    Latest mod done by David and team:

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    Looks neat and no velcro straps

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    Default Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewC View Post
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    Looks very cool. First time I have seen the Bunducube

    My shower is inside the van and based on how many times I have used it is a no brainier to have the shower outside.

    http://www.overlandworx.com

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    Just done some little mods to my Cheetah OFC copying the new vans being delivered.
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    Gave it a nice wash and wax and packed away in the car port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mplester View Post
    We didn't buy the full set of sides but had 2 made to size. We have one for the rear square. Leaving a gap so you can walk through to go to the shower cubical. Our 2nd one goes on the front angles section which stops wind to the kitchen area. On the bunduawn it's a velco strip so the sides can be fitted anywhere as and when required


    Where did you have your sides made? Idea is similar to yours, to get 2 sides and move them where ever they are needed.
    I don't drink water, unless it's been through a brewery first.
    You probably heard people saying Africa is not for sissies. Well, neither is it for wussy equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboy529 View Post
    Where did you have your sides made? Idea is similar to yours, to get 2 sides and move them where ever they are needed.
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    Guys.

    I bought a brand new two sleepers cheetah and have never used it, bad i know!

    Installed a few extras on it and have been standing in my Garage ever since, anyone maybe interested in it?

    Let me know , as i need to make space.

    Brand new not a scratch on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frikstervx200 View Post
    Guys.

    I bought a brand new two sleepers cheetah and have never used it, bad i know!

    Installed a few extras on it and have been standing in my Garage ever since, anyone maybe interested in it?

    Let me know , as i need to make space.

    Brand new not a scratch on it.

    0797070 six seven 0

    Frikkie
    Hi all
    I passed Frikkie's number onto my very good friend and camping buddy. This is the message I got from him this morning. I am so chuffed

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    Default Re: Afrispoor Cheetah

    Do you guys take a loose table with when camping and if so, where do you store it and what table do you have?
    My pet peeve is lots of loose stuff packed on the floor of the Cheetah when traveling, table, chairs, solar panels etc. etc.

    I'm looking for a lighter table, the current one is quite heavy and awkward to handle, but I guess I won't get away from storing it on the floor while travelling.
    I don't drink water, unless it's been through a brewery first.
    You probably heard people saying Africa is not for sissies. Well, neither is it for wussy equipment.
    Man who dies with most gear wins!

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    Ix table in a bag fits perfectly on the floor. 2x chairs on top. My glass solar panel is mounted on my roof and charges my battery when traveling as well as when at camp

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgwinduna View Post
    Hi all
    I passed Frikkie's number onto my very good friend and camping buddy. This is the message I got from him this morning. I am so chuffed

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    very nice, enjoy

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    Hi Louis,

    Please can you share what you have done with your bicycle rack? How many bikes do you carry?

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mplester View Post
    Ix table in a bag fits perfectly on the floor. 2x chairs on top. My glass solar panel is mounted on my roof and charges my battery when traveling as well as when at camp


    IX table? When, how, where? Apart from the current table being quite heavy it also doesn't fit flat on the floor.
    I don't drink water, unless it's been through a brewery first.
    You probably heard people saying Africa is not for sissies. Well, neither is it for wussy equipment.
    Man who dies with most gear wins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgwinduna View Post
    Hi all
    I passed Frikkie's number onto my very good friend and camping buddy. This is the message I got from him this morning. I am so chuffed

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    Thanks for that bud, he is a happy Camper now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboy529 View Post
    IX table? When, how, where? Apart from the current table being quite heavy it also doesn't fit flat on the floor.
    Table purchased from camp world. Light weight and a perfect fit

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