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Old 03-27-2014, 04:48 PM   #21
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i would say go to a different store and get your RV starter kit, or just buy the stuff you want somewhere else, its not right to sell you a 30,000 ish dollar trailer and not include a 50 dollar starter kit, i would not buy anything else to them
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Crabman, I can...but FYI, it's 9 pages long.
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Old 03-27-2014, 05:40 PM   #23
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^^^ Wow, that`s quite a list!
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PDI checklist moved to welcome mat forum. Now a sticky.
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Old 03-27-2014, 11:30 PM   #25
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i would say go to a different store and get your RV starter kit, or just buy the stuff you want somewhere else, its not right to sell you a 30,000 ish dollar trailer and not include a 50 dollar starter kit, i would not buy anything else to them
Yeah I'm not planning to spend more money with them... am actually loading up a cart on Amazon.ca with stuff people have suggested here!
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thats good, hopefully you have more jayco dealers around you and this doesn't sour you on the brand,
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Old 04-04-2014, 10:35 PM   #27
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Walmart or Canadian tire has all the basics you need and for a lot less than most trailer places. We try to make a list of things we want and when we go to the US hit a Camping World, they are great! I think being in Vancouver you would want to make sure everyone has rubber boots and rain gear. We never leave with out it. Like others have said make sure you have a tool box and some spare parts, duck tape, fuses, light bulbs etc. Bring a pencil and paper and keep a list of thing you missed, we do this all the time. A flashlight is a must, and a deck of cards for the rainy days.
Enjoy! We can hardly wait to get out, unfortunatly for us it will be another 2 months.
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Old 04-04-2014, 10:44 PM   #28
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I agree with you sask934 but there are some Dealers out there that dont include a starter kit. We bought our trailer form Camping World and they didnt give us a starter kit they did give us a $50. in store credit which was better as I could pick what I wanted.
Same with me, Camping world gave me nothing but that in store credit. That $1,000 PDI was a joke and I'll never fall for that one again.
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