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Reply #10 - May 30th, 2018 at 11:04pm

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Nice job, I have one of the Homestead swags, they are designed to have the swag and stretcher together, you might find it interesting to have a look at these too: https://www.kulkyne.com.au/swags

greenbeest wrote on Jan 16th, 2015 at 9:42pm:
Made up an updated modification to the camp bed I bought at the Brisbane 4x4 tinnie & tackle show a few years ago.
It enables a swag to be placed on top of it & to be secured firmly.
The camp bed is rated to 150kg.
Previous mods were short galvanized cup head bolts in the ends of each stabilizer bar of the camp bed to place the rings of the swag over.
I found these came loose over time when the swag was being used frequently.
Ends of the swag must still be tied down to maintain its shape.

I used 2 x 1 metre lengths of 8mm stainless steel threaded rod, 4 stainless steel washers, 4 nylock nuts, 4 acorn nuts & thread tape for the acorn nuts to secure them firmly to prevent loosening.

Total cost was $20 from local bolt store.

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Reply #11 - May 30th, 2018 at 11:16pm

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Hoop4x4 wrote on May 30th, 2018 at 11:04pm:
Nice job, I have one of the Homestead swags, they are designed to have the swag and stretcher together, you might find it interesting to have a look at these too: https://www.kulkyne.com.au/swags



G’day Brett and welcome to the forum.  You might want to explain a bit about your Kulkyne Swags more.
 

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Thanks Derek, basically we like to pride ourselves on our quality and value for money. We are a family business and rely mainly on word of mouth for our sales. If you or any other member of this forum would like to look out our range and pictures of our swags, they are welcome to visit our website and can give us a call from there to discuss. We also have a dealer listing for our swags on our website as well. https://www.kulkyne.com.au/
 

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Reply #13 - Apr 1st, 2019 at 2:58pm

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Brilliant piece of gear, I Have the Queen size swag, the King single stretcher for my sidekick and will some time very soon be investing in the Big boy stretcher for myself, As i'm up and down all night after a few sherbets I find getting in and out much more easier. cheers Ron.
 
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