Heavysew Camper

A Journal of our Travels

We bought our Heavysew campertrailer in January 2002 after deciding that tents were no longer the way to go, and we wanted a little bit more comfort we grow older. We sold the Heavysew in 2005 when we upgraded to an Aussie Swag campertrailer.
Features Include:-
  • Timber kitchen on swingout tailgate
  • 63L water tank
  • 16ft x 7ft tent
  • 12oz canvas
  • Queen size mattress
  • 5ft draw bar
  • Manual override brakes
  • Spare wheel
  • 3 Jerry can holders
  • Treg Coupling
  • Alko independant suspension
  • Flyscreen annex (keeps the bugs out)
  • Innersping mattress
  • Extra window beside bed (well worth it)
  • Toolbox on drawbar
  • Stoneguard
  • 12v Battery and charger (Christies)
  • 2nd gas bottle
  • 15" steel rims

The Heavysew was a great trailer. It towed very nicely on the Alko suspension. The side access door was great for access from inside the tent, and was used for storing sleeping bags etc. There was plenty of storage, especially with the tool box fitted.
We initially had a foam mattress, but upgraded to the innerspring when the foam mattress lost it's "spring" very quickly. The innerspring mattress was well worth the investment.
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