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Nippley on the Nippon

Discussion in 'Trip Reports' started by sharkcaver, Aug 24, 2018.

  1. sharkcaver

    sharkcaver Well-Known Member

    My 3rd venture into the Great Victoria Desert in as many months.

  2. mac_man_luke

    mac_man_luke Well-Known Member

    nice video, you love to cover the KMs by the looks of it
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  3. sharkcaver

    sharkcaver Well-Known Member

    Yeah, 3000K's in a week isn't my ideal scenario, but you have to work with what you're given. And this time of year is desert's pain in the arsh that its 1000Km's just to get there.
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  4. mac_man_luke

    mac_man_luke Well-Known Member

    Know the feeling, its always good fun
  5. sharkcaver

    sharkcaver Well-Known Member

    beats workin hey!
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  6. mac_man_luke

    mac_man_luke Well-Known Member

    just a little bit
  7. shanegtr

    shanegtr Active Member

    3000 km isn't all that bad, just a return run to the city for me :)
  8. sharkcaver

    sharkcaver Well-Known Member

    Part II is now published:

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  9. Choook

    Choook Well-Known Member

    Enjoy the videos, can I ask what brand/type of holder you have for your tablet? It looks quite sturdy and I'm look for something similar to mount mine.
  10. sharkcaver

    sharkcaver Well-Known Member

    It's a ram mount. No drill vehicle pedestal with spring loaded tab tight cradle. The seat mount pedestal isn't very "shake proof" but with some additional bracing, its good enough....and its been tested in some pretty atrocious conditions.

    No affiliation to the sellers above, just a quick google of links to the product i'm using. My Tab only just fits in the cradle a 10" lenovo. They have other cradles that allow a bit more room, but they are more exe and the spring loaded cradle is a breeze to instal and remove the Tab. I've never had it fall out either.
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  11. sharkcaver

    sharkcaver Well-Known Member

    The journey concludes. But not without another knob:

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