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Old 01-06-2012, 10:09 PM   #11
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Picked it up today - Woohoo! Thanks for the tips

Picked our new TT up today ! Woohoo !

Special Thanks for the tips on breaking in the heater - WOW - it really stunk up the place for about 20-30 minutes !!! ( We fired everything up during the walkthrough )

Can't wait to get it set up in camp driveway tomorrow and check it all out.

My 5 1/2 daughter camped out in the bunk beds declaring those "her room" for the duration of the walkthrough. Glad to have that approval !

Things I walked away with as extra purchases on day one as a note to prospective buyers:

1. Quick release Locking pin for hitch 9 (6-)
2. A quality sewer hose - ( Rhino, 45- )
3. Mud Dauber screen cover for furnace ( 17- )
4. Brass water heater drain valve w\pet**** (8-)
5. Craftco Big Wheel chocks ( 20- )

Big stuff:

Equalizer 4 point sway control, New brake controller, new ball and tongue, etc . . . towing related. (800- )

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Old 01-07-2012, 08:20 PM   #12
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Congrats! Sounds like fun.

Hopefully your dealer gave you a parts / accessory catalog. While you are sitting in the trailer driveway camping go through the catalog and it will help you figure out what to buy next.

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Old 01-09-2012, 09:27 PM   #13
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Congrats on the trailer, just stay away from Camping World, that place sucks a couple hundred bucks out of my wallet every time I go there Lots of goodies for the trailer. it is a good place
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Old 01-10-2012, 06:27 AM   #14
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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new toy.

We just parked our new TT next to the house and making all those little changes before spring. Sometimes I think the manufacturer forget things and quickly add before they ship. Like brass hooks to hold doors open, Putting TP holder in a practical area, wife modifying bed spread so it is easier to remove and replace. (19RD bed is in a corner), added a bracket and TV. My wife bought a bunch of those net bags from Walmart for clothes storage. They work out quite well.

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