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"Tumbi Umbi"

A 12.2 meter Motorhome

"Tumbi Umbi" is owned by Phil and Sue from Full time on the Road .

 

About Tumbi Umbi

Tumbi the motorhomee - [Click for a Larger Image]
Tumbi the motorhomee

Tumbi the motorhome is a !981 Denning Denair tag axel Powered by 871 detroit has a six speed spicer gear box we just put a new complete clutch in and happy with it not think we ever had a clutch .We have owned her for five years and lived in it that long it was a motorhome when we got it. But have changed it many times opening windows was one of the many things we changed as it never had any that open . we have a Suzuki vitara witch sits nice and snug on the car trailer witch will soon house our sat dish as well .

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The back

The Electrics

we have two solar panels a 120 and a 80 watt feed thru a plasmatronic 60 regulator in to two Gel 110 amp batteries all of the inside lights are LED and the house batteries are 12 volt system with a 500 pure sign wave inverter it has a gas 240 volt fridge and runs on gas when not on power when we travel it runs off 24 volt inverter of the start batteries it came with a 6.5kva generator so we have not changed it it sits in its own box on the front of the trailer the sides of the box comes off when in use witch is not much only when we wish too riun the air con when parked up free camping




About Phil and Sue

Phil and Sue - Full Time Traveller

We are very happy and love meeting fellow travlers around this awesome country were we can we like too free camp by we Wife and I and our fur coverd kids tumbi the cat and s.c the dog

Our website - tumbithemotorhomeblogspot.com


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