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Old 01-05-2014, 08:02 AM   #11
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Thanks! I did ask our suppliers what the "hot sellers" are.. however.. The answer I got back was RV toilet paper and chemicals.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:08 AM   #12
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Thanks! I did ask our suppliers what the "hot sellers" are.. however.. The answer I got back was RV toilet paper and chemicals.
Worst thing about RV's is RV toilet paper.... Maybe you should look at carrying the Costco "Kirkland" brand TP. Septic safe and much nicer on the butt.
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Eternabond, Dicor (self-leveling and caulk), Proflex, butyl tape, and competent RV mechanics
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Old 01-05-2014, 12:49 PM   #14
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I use a lot of wire shelves from Wallys. I would like something that was closer in fit to my cabinets. something to put near the hitch to keep the chains off the ground but not scratch the paint and hopefully dry--in addition or seperate something better/bigger than the rubber horseshoe thing that slides over the front of the hitch so I don't bang the **** out of my shins--a way to hang stuff in my pass through storage without guessing where/how deep to drill--wheel covers that are snug but breathable instead of that flannel backing that stays wet--a wall mounted lamp that would pull down or flex down somehow to read something
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wheel covers that are snug but breathable instead of that flannel backing that stays wet--a wall mounted lamp that would pull down or flex down somehow to read something
Every time I pull off the spare tire cover to check the tire presssure the bottom of the cover is wet, and some of the backing pulls off the cover and sticks to the tire, I just hate that. Here is a possible solution, a mesh spare tire cover. http://www.tire-covers.com/catalog/p...ver-p-909.html
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Here is another one, when we purchased the camper the salesman talked up the big deal about throwing in a "starter kit". This was a cheap piece of sewer hose that was usless in hooking up the drain, and some other cheap usless crap. I opened the box dumped out the parts, collected them up and threw them in the trash. Complete waste of money by the dealer, and frustrating for the customer. I would have rather have them throw in a discount (like stated in another post above) or an actually usefull item. So don't waste your money on the junky starter kits, I bet most of us just throw them away. I then went to Walmart and purchased a real sewer hose, I bypassed the dealer on this purchase because I was frustrated with them in the junk they gave me.
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tslarson==on the right track, I wonder if they are split to cover all the tires?
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a battery box strap that you can keep tight, yet be able to open it without a fight--a big one for me; a way to put pictures, artwork, notes on the front of the fridge; Nana needs to see her baby's pics when she is camping; I've tried velcro and several types of tape; looks crappy and doesn't stick
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better starter kit. i did not think of a battery strap. mine ****es me off on a regular basis.

hangers for items, flexable reading lamp, anti-shin smackers..
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