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PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 11:38 am    Post subject: STANDARD EQUIPMENT UPDATED WITH LATER INNOVATIONS Reply with quote

Standard Inclusions (There is more you will see on a Factory Tour, this is just an example of the kind of things we supply as standard:)

A Hot dipped galvanized A-frame not just tacked on the front, but runs right into the chassis, all the way to the suspension. And a Proper Load Sharing 4x4 Suspension... This is the most important part of an off-road van, Load Sharing as well as Four Wheel Independent, so the suspension articulates through the shock by transferring the load from front to rear and from rear to front instead of shocking the van twice. Our Suspension is not only Independent, to eliminate the harmonic motion of axled suspensions, and eliminate the axles hanging down to bog the van off road.. But also Independent and Load Sharing, the best in the Industry...

More durable polyester resin finished paneling instead of the normal paper finish.
We use all marine grade sealant, because it is simply the best and longest lasting.
Positive locking marine grade cabinet catches, simply the best, instead of the flimsy type.
Locking water fillers, you should have them.
Deep cycle batteries, so the van can be self powered without hooking up.
Sealed and vented battery boxes.
Automatic charging systems.
Solar ready electrical system with 12V breakers and meter.
Dual wired for 12V and 240V, a true hybrid electrical system.
Power mover geared jockey wheel to move the van around, makes hooking up a breeze! And our new solid rubber tyre geared Power Mover is Standard.
Two spares, yes you should have two.
A heavy duty handbrake not the silly thing on a normal hitch.
A 4x4 hitch because a normal hitch only articulates about 22 degrees.
Gas struts to lift double beds for storage access underneath, just makes life easier.
A separate locking security grill on the door (should have).
Four Seasons four way opening hatch.
A watertight door for crossing floods and rivers, also helps make it dustproof.
Armour on the water tanks, Mandatory! And independently plumbed for safety in the bush.
Tasmanian oak doors and drawers dovetailed in the corners like Grandma's furniture.
We use real rollers and guides on our doors, because it is the best.
Marine Flojet automatic water pumps, others work, but for how long? This is the best.
Tinted Galaxy windows, helps to keep it cool - and the windows are safer than glass.
Off-road tyres and wheels, can be designed with stud pattern to match a range of tow vehicles.
High-grade fancy stainless sinks.
A range and oven with automatic ignition on the oven and grill and an oven light.
Three way gas,12V/240V fridge, or you can upgrade to a compressor drive unit.
Stone guards on the front, and no boot to bounce the stones back at the tow vehicle.
Proper wheel mounts down onto the chassis, for the spares.
Body armour on the caravan in proper thickness Aluminium checker plate, real body armour not the thin type just for looks….
Laminated double chassis in vans from 16' and up.
A departure angle on the back, for pulling up or backing up a steep bank.
Looped high efficiency long life fluorescent lights that burn half the power.
And now LED reading lights are Standard equipment
Outside 240V mains power point and much more yet...

(And more innovations added to this year by year, you can read about in posts added to this Thread)

Standard Inclusions (On all vans ordered from today 13/9/07) have now been increased to include:

If your layout will take the New Style Larger Ensuite, and you select that Option, then the following things are now standard in that option...:
Stainless Steel sink in Ensuite,
Additional watertight locker door under the sink.
Chrome Shower head and Chrome Flick mixers for Shower
And additional Chrome Flick mixer for sink when taking the New Style Ensuite Option.
Dometic Double Glazed Windows
Including Curtains even though the Dometic DG windows have Blinds, this is for our overall appeal of interior décorum.
Large and Extra Large Cargo Doors will come with hooks to hold doors open and
Each will have a switched LED cargo hold light inside.
Single Lever Flick Mixer in the Kitchen as well.
And the Alloy Body Armour is now Standard Equipment as well...

All of our normal inclusions listed above, as well as your selection of vinyl, panelling, curtains, Laminex bench tops, and upholstery. We try and include a comprehensive package including most of the things we know you would want up front, instead of adding in later. We also have the best ensuite structure, free form hand laid up fiberglass in one piece, with no failures in our 14 years of Bushtracker; it is simply the best and you owe it to yourself to see it...

And our wall frames are Alloy, not the thin 1mm with a single pop rivet like others use... Our frames are 5mm thick at laps. In stress places they are diagonally double riveted and countersunk aircraft style, and welded and through bolted as well. Here is a picture of just the wall frame crew standing on one of our bare frames, with no bulkheads or paneling on yet, just the bare frames. No one else in the Industry has managed to do this.... In 14 years there have been eight accidents where the vans rolled over with minimal damage, stayed intact, and were brought to us for repairs... Our Clients report the highest resale value of any van in Australia. Come for a Tour of the Factory to see the difference....



This is just the wall frame Crew standing on a bare frame with no cabinets, internal supports, or bulkheads in yet... No one else in the Industry would dare to do this...

You might as well have the best........ The quality holds it value, and most of our Second Bushtracker Buyers got all of their money back or more on their first Bushtracker van.. Quality pays in more ways than one..
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Regards, stg
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2011 Updated Standard Equipment List


Chassis and drawbar

A Hot dipped galvanised A-frame not just tacked on the front, but runs right into the chassis.
Fully galvanised laminated double chassis
Departure angle on the back, for pulling up or backing up a steep bank. Necessary in any off-road caravan!
Fully independent and load sharing suspension that is also alignable in the bush, the best on the market
Two spares, yes you should have two and mounted on the front of the van where they should be (not on the rear where they contribute to ‘hobby horsing’ and sway) and mounted directly to the chassis.
A heavy duty handbrake not the silly thing on a normal hitch.
A 4x4 hitch because a normal hitch only articulates about 22 degrees.
Power / easy mover geared jockey wheel to move the van around, makes hooking up a breeze!
Off-road tyres and wheels, can be designed with stud pattern to match a range of tow vehicles.
Stone guards on the front, and no boot to bounce the stones back at the tow vehicle.
Secondary stage underbody protection layer
Galvansied heavy duty wheel boxes

External features

Aluminium wall and roof framework, 2 and 3mm structural box section lapped onto 3mm angle for a total of 5mm thick at the joints, fully welded and double structurally riveted and through bolted on corners and roof...
A separate locking security grill on the door (should have).
Four seasons hatch.
A watertight door for crossing floods and rivers, also helps make it dustproof.
Tinted Dometic windows with built in insect screens and blinds, double glazed to help keep it cool - and the windows are safer than glass.
Aluminium checker plate body armour on the caravan, not for decoration but thick enough to withstand the outback conditions
Body rub rail
Scratch resistant aluminum exterior cladding
Outside 240V mains power point
We use all marine grade sealants throughout the caravan, because it is simply the best and longest lasting.
External LED marker lights
12V high grade external light
Rear protection bumper and tail light protector
Front window stone shield with struts (on most models)
Insulated roof and walls: Three inches of cooler board insulation in the roofs and one inch in the walls cut and matched to the framework with no gaps. Not batts or fibreglass to settle out on the corrugation. Why? Because it's the best.
Large 7 pin round or 12 pin trailer plug

Internal features

Custom designed internal layout
Custom internal colours including vinyl floor, bench tops, curtains, upholstery, timber doors and even van striping with literally thousands of potential combinations
More durable polyester resin finished panelling instead of the normal paper finish.
Positive locking marine grade cabinet catches, simply the best, instead of the flimsy type.
Gas struts to lift double beds for storage access underneath, just makes life easier.
Tasmanian oak doors and drawers dovetailed in the corners like Grandma's furniture.
We use real rollers and guides on our doors & drawers, because it is the best. Bulkheads and bench tops all made of high quality waterproof ply, no chipboard or MDF is used in a Bushtracker.
High-grade fancy stainless sinks with chrome flick mixer
Australian made Swift stove, oven and grill with automatic ignition
Dometic 90L 3 way gas / 12V / 240V fridge, or you can upgrade to a compressor drive unit.
Looped high efficiency long life fluorescent lights that burn half the power.
LED reading lights at bed

Plumbing

Lockable water fillers
Town water entry with pressure reducer
Easy access internal inlet manifold for selectively filling water tanks
Easy access internal outlet manifold for selective use of water tanks
Suction line for tank filling from a creek
Marine Flojet automatic water pumps with filters, others work, but for how long? This is the best.
Chrome flick mixer to taps and shower rose
Genuine John Guest snap fit plumbing throughout van
New type armoured water tanks, mandatory! And independently plumbed for safety in the bush.

Electrical

Deep cycle battery, so the van can be self powered without hooking up.
Custom made sealed and vented battery boxes.
Automatic battery charging system.
Solar ready electrical system with 12V breakers and meter.
Dual wired for 12V and 240V, a true hybrid electrical system.
3 x Double power points, 1 x Single power point for microwave
LED Tail lights
LED Clearance Lights
LED Reading Lights

Regards, Admin...


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2007 1:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Standard Inclusions (On all vans ordered from today 13/9/07) have now been increased to include:

If your layout will take the New Style Larger Ensuite, and you select that Option, then the following things are now standard in that option...:

Stainless Steel sink in Ensuite,

Additional watertight locker door under the sink.

Chrome Shower head and Chrome Flick mixers for Shower

And additional Chrome Flick mixer for sink when taking the New Style Ensuite Option.

Dometic Double Glazed Windows

Including Curtains even though the Dometic DG windows have Blinds, this is for our overall appeal of interior décorum.

Large and Extra Large Cargo Doors will come with hooks to hold doors open and
Each will have a switched LED cargo hold light inside.

Single Lever Flick Mixer in the Kitchen as well.

This comes with a $2500 price increase to cover these Standard Inclusions in our Base Price, but we think there are obvious quality benefits associated with raising the level of our Standard Inclusion to incorportate these items..


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:55 pm    Post subject: New Interior Light Adopted..... Reply with quote

Well,

With all of our testing and continuous R&D, we have a new light for you... It uses the Phillips looped high efficiency fluoro, at about half of the power draw of a conventional fluorescent... About the light value of a two bulb fluoro, only with half the power, instead of 1.9 amps, this uses .8-.9 amp.
And the lense is a high impact polycarbonate.





This light is better, about 50% more expensive but better. We have decided to include this as Standard Equipment, at no charge..

Congratulations...


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:02 pm    Post subject: Standard equipment Reply with quote

"We have decided to include this as Standard Equipment, at no charge

Thanks Steve

Kind regards

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Steve is this on all ordered Vans. Cheers Peter

Yes Peter, when I announce things like this, it is ready for inclusion in Production as Standard, or already in Production at the culmination of protracted tests and R&D... Cheers, stg Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 10:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Steve I like the look of the light fittings Very Happy Very Happy . Would you sell them to us for retro fit Idea in our existing BT. $$$ I am also interested in what latches you may be using to retain the cargo doors in the open position. Question

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 1:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes Pothole, you good old lump in the road you, Laughing Laughing
Happy to help, but one small glitch...

Our Supplier is just coming up to stock levels for us, and we have 200 on order. It might not be next week.. And: We use cabin hooks and keepers for the cargo doors, happy to help you on both but please contact me at sales@bushtracker.com ..... Rather than on this Thread...

And I will unvail a new Awning light on Tuesday!!! It has the highest output of any awning light in the market... Staaaaaay Tuned!! Highest light output for the least power.

Regards to all from the Ranger..
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 5:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well here is the highest light output we have found in ten years of trying...
LEDs just don't do it justice compared to the looped high efficiency Phillips fluorescent bulb, exposed all around in this polycarbonate housing so the light spreads out all over the inderside of the awning as well as out and down...

Hard to beat a good thing, so after years of trying we have made this Standard Equipment. It is expensive, and it is not particularly pretty or fashionable.. But WOW does it put out the light.

Another company uses a flush mount flouro, and this unit puts out about twice the light. It is also waterproof and dust proof where the flush mount is only lacking....

Less than an amp, around .9, and the highest light output we have seen...





Like I said, not pretty fashion, but WOW does it light up the area. Can't beat the function, when you go to use it...

Now Standard Equipment. Expensive, but fantastic light.... Now Standard Equipment,

Free of Charge Courtesy of the Ranger...
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2008 6:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The light sounds great Steve. I would just be a little worried about how robust it would be to branches etc. Is it mounted sucurely?
Regards,
Tony

Yes Tony, and it is inside the protection of the awning housing as well... I do not think it is an issue, certainly not for light brush and you are not going to abuse your van pushing aside large branches... Shocked Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alright, here is a new twist I did not anticipate. In only the first day back three of you want to upgrade the lights in your older van. Shocked

Well, I will not argue, they are that much better, better lense, better light, OK. They are a bit expensive, $110 each plus $15 package and post for 4 of them mailed out... And the exterior one is $130, and say $10 postage. The purpose was not to sell the lights, (which we have just gotten 200 in stock now), the purpose was to show you our new and higher standards as the lense and structure of these are just superior..

But to help you that want to upgrade, call in, Credit Card details will do, we are happy to Ship them out. Here is how you mount them:

Basically they will cover the footprint of the Solagen with one difference. They hook up point is offset and you need a crimp on female spade terminal (Blue Size)... There should be enough wire folded up above the Solagen to reach just fine, spade terminals are marked positive and negative and look like this on the back...........



Had not thought about such an immediate response for a retrofit, but I can understand it.

Best Regards, Ranger
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:58 pm    Post subject: Interior Lights Reply with quote

We supplied these Resolux lights for fitting when our BT was built in February 2005. They are vastly superior to the Solagen lights and we thoroughly recommend them.

We have had to replace the ballast on one light in that time.

The light emitted is bright and crisp, and as Steve points out, the current draw is quite small for the amount of light.

Definite thumbs up!

Now all we need is a decent retrofit for our flush-fit exterior light... anything on the horizon, Steve? Wink

BobH

The truth is we are still working on a large LED Strip, of a new high intensity LED. But it has not come through in a winning form as yet. The exterior light shown above is still the tops. You could make a cover over an existing flush mount Fiamma or other, it is still an option.....But I do not think I would bother. There is another option for you, a Col-Lite, to hang in the awning, and transport with your tow vehicle.. Read about it in the TRICKS AND TIPS ON USING YOUR BUSHTRACKER VAN... And the Topic is "Col-Lite Could Save your Life" It is not a fixed light, but still the absolute KING!! A real Elvis of a Light after 15 years now... Laughing

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 4:44 pm    Post subject: Lights Reply with quote

Yes thanks Steve. We have a Col-Lite which we do use under the awning at times. The great thing about that is that it doesn't attract insects nearly as much as another plug in fluorescent from ARB ( a bit like a Versa Lite).
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Friends,
Here is a new Standard Equipment addition to the package on all vans Ordered from today 17/9/09:

Instead of pumping in, you can use your pump to suck it in... And then select which tank you want to fill and even use this new system to fill tanks as well as use an outside water source for showers and such.. The way it works is you select the suction line on your tank selection maniford, and the pump takes the water from there just like it was another tank...

The Suction Line is fitted up on the inside of the a-frame, and looks just like this...



It goes to the inside of your tank selection manifold, for which tank to pump from, at the end of the manifold.

All finished it looks like this:



This is now Standard Equipment on all vans, courtesy of the lone Ranger, and you get to select from the suction line just like it was another tank. Wink Then on the Fill Manifold in the cargo hold you can open the tanks and use the suction line to fill them one at a time... Or with all the fill manifold tanks shut, you can use the suction line to use water from an outside source (not city water-Too high of pressure) like sucking it out of a 20 litre pail from the creek or something for a shower...

If you want to use the suction line to FILL your existing tanks, you just open the tanks one by one on the Filler Manifold that looks like this:



Now this is NOT A CITY WATER INLET, you do not hook city water to this suction line, it will hurt your equipment with too high of pressure. This is only a SUCTION LINE, so you can take water from a creek or something in a 20 litre pail for showers and such; OR use it to suck water in to fill your tanks...

It is tested, it is tried, it works, and it is now Standard Equipment on all vans Ordered from today, courtesy of the lone Ranger... Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HERE IS THE LATEST, 21/9/09

Hello Friends,

A new Goodie for you...
Not only is the Suction line for filling your water tanks from a 20 litre pail or using the outside water source for showers and cleaning up.....




Not only is this now Standard Equipment; but here is another.

From now on, the potable water entry will have a pressure reducer on it that allows you to use it for a Town Water entry point. You just leave all the tanks off, and through the intake manifold with all the tanks shut off, it will have a double use and fuction of a town water inlet.



So now you get both, Free of Charge, F.O.C. courtesy of the lone Ranger.

Wink Standard Equipment from now on...

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:20 pm    Post subject: that's why Reply with quote

This is just another reason why WE, and many others chose Bushtracker.
Informed, uncompromising and always at the forefront of R and D, and when it works, include it on vans.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well,
lone Ranger here,
And this is the BIGGEST ADVANCE forward in hitches EVER...

It will be easier to hook up, mind you I do not have any problem with the current hitch, but some people are "geometrically challenged" on how to get it into the Nuetral Position, and sometimes it is more difficult on a slope or steep angle...

This resolves all those problems... It simply drops down on a pin (instead of a ball so there are none of the rotational problems of the ball) but it still has all the extreme rotation in both directions for off-road use.

This will CLEAN SWEEP the Industry...! And we are the first I know of to make it STANDARD EQUIPMENT...



From all Bushtracker vans Ordered from today 23/9/09 this is now Standard Equipment, courtesy of the lone Ranger....

It looks like this with the Weight Distribution Bars on:




this is only another example of new features being added. Constant testing of new equipment, leads to this and countless other innovations being put in now as Standard Equipment...

Cheers. stg Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 8:09 am    Post subject: Bushtracker standard equipment (Updated October 2009) Reply with quote

Hello all,

Just for your reference, we have just updated on the the standard equipment list on the Bushtracker website. Please click the link to see the details:

Bushtracker standard inclusions

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 4:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The link does not seem to be working. Click on it and all I get is an error message.

"The page you are looking for is not found

The page you are looking for does not exist. It may have been moved, or removed altogether. Perhaps you can return back to the site’s homepage and see if you can find what you are looking for."
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Molly,

Try this link, the other may be very old.

http://www.bushtracker.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Bushtracker-standard-inlclusions.pdf

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Molly wrote:
The link does not seem to be working. Click on it and all I get is an error message.

"The page you are looking for is not found

The page you are looking for does not exist. It may have been moved, or removed altogether. Perhaps you can return back to the site’s homepage and see if you can find what you are looking for."


Hello Molly,
Yes you have to look at the dates on some of these Posts. That one was from 2009.

The Standard Inclusions are on our Website at www.bushtracker.com and also you can email me at sales@bushtracker.com

Kind regards, Steven Gibbs
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks
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